The Federal Systems Division of Compunetix will be exhibiting in Booth #406 in NG Center South at the 38th Space Symposium, April 18–20, 2023 . This annual conference will be held at The Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It will bring together leaders in space technology from around the world to discuss and address the next frontier of celestial exploration. The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum, typically with over 11,000 participants interested in information on all aspects of space. We are excited to meet with existing customers and make new relationships along the way. Compunetix is looking to expand its presence in Mission Critical space communications with an emphasis on private launch, shuttle agencies, and the Space Force.
Compunetix personnel were privileged to meet General Thompson of the Space Force in December when he visited Pittsburgh, at the invitation of the Pittsburgh technology Council (Compunetix is a founding member of the PTC). General Thompson briefed the PTC about the vision for the Space Force, the importance of sharing resources, and being able to communicate across the DoD agencies that support their mission. During the Q/A session, Compunetix noted that our MVP secure communications system supports interoperability among the numerous existing diverse users. U.S. Space Force and other DOD officials celebrated the launch of a new national U.S. AFWERX Hub that’s now located at the Nova Place complex in Pittsburgh’s North Side neighborhood. This hub will also serve as the Keystone Space Innovation Center, which will be run and developed by the Pittsburgh-based and tri-state-focused Keystone Space Collaborative organization.
We invite Colorado based, and visiting Space Force Space Symposium attendees, to learn more out the Compunetix MVP (Mission Voice Platform) and its capabilities. Compunetix will be having a drawing for several STAR TREK Communications Ensignia decorative pins on April 20th, for those that meet with our team about their secure mission communications needs.
Enjoy the Space Symposium’s new expansive exhibit center, which features twin major halls configured to provide extraordinary access and exposure for each of the nearly 200 plus exhibitors. The exhibits cover a broad range of the latest in space innovation, ranging from nanotechnology to full-scale spacecraft development. Compunetix will be showcasing our newest MC Series of Voice Consoles which further extend the capabilities of widely deployed MVP mission voice communications systems. These consoles will enhance our product line with future video streaming and teleconferencing capabilities, specifically designed for real-time command and control environments.
In prior years we have demonstrated our MVP voice hub and end instruments including red/black versions to guarantee the separation of classified audio. This year, our demonstration and discussion will focus on the new MC Series which can enable wide band audio, reduced latency, and video streaming with a faster processor compared the earlier generation GT Series. The Compunetix MVP can interface with many military radios and support radio control and sharing. Our 4-STAR (RoIP) device can serve as analog to digital gateway accessory for the MVP system or serve as standalone product, in lieu of legacy channel banks.
Compunetix is a long-time participant in this important event and is looking forward to showcasing our latest mission voice and product innovations for command-and-control environments. We hope you’ll land at our booth at the 2023 Space Symposium!