Self-contained, self-sustaining mobile wireless LAN supports emergency communications during natural disasters and national catastrophes.
Rapidly deployable, easy to move and set up
Quickly establish networks where there is no power or mobile service
Immediately set up secure communications while waiting for normal operations center to be established
Supports unclassified and classified communications
Human and natural disasters often lead to degraded or destroyed communications infrastructure. First responders such as law enforcement, medical personnel, and the military need access to high-quality, high-bandwidth networks that can support the full spectrum of communications modalities.
Telos has provided the Air National Guard with a deployable secure mobile disaster communications solution that supports data, voice, messaging, and video in one easily transportable and customizable package. This networking solution can ensure the interoperability of devices and systems such as push-to-talk radios, voice over IP (VoIP), mobile phones, wireless laptops, and handheld devices — on a moment’s notice and in harsh operating environments.
The solution includes all the elements of a switched WLAN infrastructure — server, routing capability, wired and wireless client support, antennas, and power—with options for classified and unclassified networks. Telos also offers portable wireless nodes in both secure unclassified and secure classified configurations to extend even farther the reach of secure network mobility.
Telos ensures that these integrated systems are certified for secure communication, with identity management capabilities to ensure that users are authorized to communicate over specified networks and to access information and applications on them.