ATAK Part of Army ITN

Army.Mil discusses using ATAK in its ITN: Known as the Integrated Tactical Network (ITN), the new approach provides smaller, lighter, faster and more flexible communications systems with multiple connectivity options that are available primarily at the battalion and below level, down to the dismounted Soldier.  … Their ITN kit contains the AN/PRC 148 2-channel Leader radios, which feature TrellisWare TSM …

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C3T incorporates TAK in ITN– provides smaller, lighter, faster, more flexible comm

From Army.mil: CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. (Feb. 5, 2019) — From Eastern Europe to across the United States, paratroopers with 1-508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), 82nd Airborne Division (Airborne) are assessing a new concept that is transforming the Army’s tactical network. Known as the Integrated Tactical Network (ITN), the new approach provides smaller, lighter, faster and more flexible communications systems with …

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Saber Strike 2018 Leverages TAK

This excerpt from AFCEA’s Signal Magazine discusses TAK’s use: The squadron relied heavily on WinTAK to achieve near-instantaneous communication with the regiment, which was testing the Android Tactical Assault Kit as part of the integrated tactical network suite. A cellular data connection using Wi-Fi was the primary connection point to the network because it provided reliable communications with subordiante troops. The squadron …

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IVAS Compared to ATAK

From Breaking Defense (ATAK Ref in last paragraph). It would be great if TAK integrated with IVAS: The artificially intelligent target detection  will be part of the Integrated Vision Augmentation System (IVAS), for which Microsoft’s HoloLens won a two-year, $480 million contract earlier this week. I’ve written extensively about IVAS’s other features back when it was still called HUD 3.0. It’s essentially …

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