Assured access to mission-critical information in contested environments
Gain enhanced situational awareness with real-time Tactical Data Links and Line-of-Sight communications
In the chaos of combat, lives depend on fast communications. Whether on the ground, in the air or at sea, Viasat delivers enhanced situational awareness and real-time access to mission-critical information for warfighters in highly contested areas. With Viasat’s Tactical Data Links (TDL) and Line-of-Sight (LOS) networking and communications capabilities, fratricide potential is reduced and warfighter effectiveness is exponentially improved.
Warfighters around the globe have counted on Viasat’s TDL, LOS, and other wireless communications for:
With the threat of the emerging great power competition, militaries around the world need ways to counter peer adversaries across a multi-domain battlespace. With a 25+ year TDL legacy, we anticipate the challenges for the next generation of warfighters. Viasat’s TDL innovations provide the connectivity that significantly enhances mission effectiveness and improve warfighter safety.
Viasat is proud to provide warfighters with game-changing innovations and industry firsts:
On the battlespace, it’s critical that your Link 16 communications be ready at a moment’s notice. That’s why Viasat offers a full range of software tools for monitoring, analyzing, testing, troubleshooting, and managing terminals and networks.
Featuring ruggedized racks, controllers, power supplies, cables, antennas, and other accessories for Link 16 terminals, Viasat offers the broadest range of support equipment to help you get more added value out of your missions.
Viasat offers customized training courses for beginner to advanced users, individuals or groups. The program is structured to help users adjust to new mission needs, adapt to new technologies, and leverage the enhanced situational awareness required to succeed.
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