DCGS-A Program of Record

DCGS-A Program of Record

Advanced Information Solutions (AIS) has been the single largest software provider for the DCGS-A program of record for more than 7 years
Viper Framework offers a foundational architecture for the DCGS program
Elements from IMPACT™, Medina™ Wireless Surveillance and Axis Pro® deliver automated and auto-assisted data-fusion, capability enabling situational awareness and understanding
Provides fully integrated and timely intelligence interfacing across multiple security levels
Software performs true multi-source intelligence processing, exploitation, and dissemination (PED) with information received from multiple sensors
Supports the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) process to deliver threat Courses of Action (COA)
Software
Software engineering at CMMI Level 3
Life Cycle Support
Full software life-cycle support
Engineers
Skilled software engineers, cleared and experienced in Military Intelligence operations
The Army's intelligence system

AIS is prepared to continue supporting the Army’s long-term mission.  DCGS-A Increment 2 provides the opportunity to stand behind our nations troops.  Our framework and software solutions offer supreme situational analysis and understanding, giving the Army a platform to work from for years to come.

To address the modern battle space challenges of reliable and seamless information flow, AIS is committed to responding with intelligence capabilities and integrated communications to support network-centric objectives such as those found in the Distributed Common Ground System — Army (DCGS-A). 

Program Features

Software
Software engineering at CMMI Level 3
Life Cycle Support
Full software life-cycle support
Engineers
Skilled software engineers, cleared and experienced in Military Intelligence operations

Textron Systems and U.S. Army Enter into CRADA to Advance DCGS-A Capabilities

Textron Systems Advanced Information Solutions, announces that it has entered into a two-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC).