SRC and Objectivity form partnership to further radar modeling systems used by U.S. Army, Air Force, Marines

SUNNYVALE, Calif., 8 Nov. 2006. Objectivity Inc. and Syracuse Research Corporation (SRC) have formed a new strategic partnership to meet the growing demand within the government sector for real-time data management solutions addressing complex inter-related data. This relationship between SRC and Objectivity is intended to ensure success with next-generation radar modeling systems to be utilized by U.S. Army and Marine ground forces, the U.S. Air Force, and intelligence communities.

Nov 8th, 2006

SUNNYVALE, Calif., 8 Nov. 2006. Objectivity Inc. and Syracuse Research Corporation (SRC) have formed a new strategic partnership to meet the growing demand within the government sector for real-time data management solutions addressing complex inter-related data.

This relationship between SRC and Objectivity is intended to ensure success with the next generation of radar modeling systems to be utilized by U.S. Army and Marine ground forces, the U.S. Air Force, as well as the Intelligence Communities.

SRC develops and manufactures radar systems and radar technologies for the U.S. Department of Defense and other government agencies. Radar-related development at SRC encompasses radar systems development and manufacturing, radar technology development, and radar modeling, simulation, and analysis.

This customer-funded partnership will initially focus on the development of a content management solution for a radar modeling prototype which will allow government researchers with complex data fusion projects to correlate information that is stored in silos of traditional "stove piped" data within legacy databases.

Objectivity/DB will be the real-time scalable data fusion repository that monitors, analyzes, responds, and reports on all platforms and assets to satisfy the real-time data management requirements for the system. Upon the successful conclusion of this prototype work, the deployed system will collect terabytes of ELINT (electronic intelligence) data from thousands of sensors that will be deployed over time.

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