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Thanks to a new integrated C4I system, fighter aircraft will be able to receive ship locations that may be outside of their radar range, and ground units near a shoreline can be made aware of commercial vessels approaching their vicinity, without streaming huge amounts of data.

Military sensors produce vast amounts of data which can result in saturation of most military C4I systems. It has become highly desirable to provide a combined and integrated Common Operating Picture (COP) between interfacing sensors and C4I systems without overwhelming operators with data that is not relevant to their operation. 

LifeRing C4I has developed a Cloud-based but not Cloud dependent C4I system that provides operators with secure and rapid access to needed information. 

LifeRing uses an AGIS-developed Multi Domain Data Link (MDDL) to process sensor and C4I data feeds to enable the fusion of data and the parsing of data into groups that need to view appropriate subsets of the vast amounts of available information, including 5G data. Using MDDL, the system converts relevant information for translation and intelligence processing between interfacing U.S. and NATO C4I systems.

Military and other Response organizations need interoperability between interfacing C4I systems. Operators need assured communications and a capability to rapidly shift between the methods, types, and speeds of communications in situations when communications are interrupted by communications congestion, denial, or failure. 

To maximize the operational effectiveness of these critical communications for U.S. and other allied militaries, LifeRing provides interfaces to and translation between Link-16, OTH Gold, JVMF, CoT and NATO NFFI, ADEM and NVG. 

LifeRing provides all users a true encrypted COP and enables LifeRing and other C4I users with the proper encryption to join the COP and view and add data to the COP, according to a company announcement on