By Robyn Federman, Head of Global Commercial Marketing
 

An American space company that specialized in the design, manufacture and launch of small- and medium-class space and rocket systems for military customers needed to synchronize multiple simulators at once.

By Patrick Bark, Senior Marketing Coordinator
 
How do Orolia’s products work together to create reliable, secure critical infrastructure? How can you see a fully operational system – in the air, on land, and at sea? This is where Operational Views come in.
By Michael Messina, Senior Manager, North America Aerospace, Defense and Government
 
At Orolia, we recognize the importance of tradeshows and events to the defense industry. They are opportunities to discover opportunities for collaboration, learn about technology innovations, see live demos and browse new products and capabilities. While the current situation has eliminated in-person gatherings for the time being, it’s not always practical to attend an event. For these reasons, Orolia is bringing the tradeshow to you through our new virtual booth.
By Robyn Federman, Head of Global Commercial Marketing
 
A major commercial aerospace manufacturer needed to launch small cube satellites into Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and Medium Earth Orbit (MEO), with small to medium sized payloads that supported Commercial Lunar Payload Services. Their goal was to simulate GNSS signals with their rockets, each of which had two antennas.
By Robyn Federman, Head of Global Commercial Marketing
 
Military aviation programs provide standard pilot training to ensure that they can handle fighters, drone swarms and other advanced threats. But as they run complex flight training scenarios and face off against live and virtual adversaries, what may be overlooked is the value of using GPS/GNSS simulation to duplicate actual cockpit instruments, rather than relying on facsimile instruments.
By Tony DiFlorio, Senior Sales Manager
 
The US military needed a time synchronization solution for critical reconnaissance data as part of an aircraft modernization program. To accurately receive sensor data, receivers on surveillance aircraft must stay on frequency and the recorded data must be time stamped for data center synchronization across the military communications network.
By Tony DiFlorio, Senior Sales Manager
 
Military test ranges have complex requirements for PNT data. In this new case study, a defense customer needs a time synchronization solution for test range data to replace a legacy radio frequency distribution system. See how Orolia’s solution provides the accuracy to collect and synch the data along with flexible fixed or mobile form factors and configurable output signals.
By Trevor Dougherty, Sales Manager
 
A naval customer needed to ensure resilience against threats to critical oceanic data for safe navigation and situational
awareness in the naval battlespace. Military operations at sea pose extreme challenges as environmental factors impact
Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) reliant systems
By Jean-Arnold Chenilleau, Program Manager
 
Orolia was contacted by a global defense infrastructure client to evaluate the obsolescence of its fixed site timing infrastructure, and the impact on overall system performance. This legacy defense network was a large installation specifically designed to synchronize multiple clocks in shelters separated over a long distance of several kilometers. These private point-to-point links were at least thirty years old. A private phone network is an example of this type of infrastructure.
By Stéphane Chèze, Business Development Director, Government Systems
 
Navigation warfare (Navwar) is an ever-increasing threat to naval missions, some of the most complex, covert and remotely operated military missions in the world. The naval theater of operations today relies on access to secure, continuous and reliable Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) data for critical situational awareness and C5ISR systems.

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