Digital Twin solutions to model and visualize communication
networks and cyber threats
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Network Digital Twins to Support All Defense Domains
Design, test, analyze & assess cyber resilience of tactical battlefield communications for enhanced operational planning, training and communications without the expense of building out physical infrastructure.
Network Digital Twins to Support Enterprise, Autonomous Technology, and Critical Infrastructure
Predict how critical communication networks will behave when under cyber attack and continuously assess network vulnerabilities from emerging threats in a cost-effective, and low-risk manner.
Network Digital Twin Solutions
Modern warfare requires integration across all domains: land, sea, air, space, and cyber. Our Network Digital Twin technology provides design and analysis tools and cyber training systems to develop, test and deploy large sophisticated wired and wireless networks and communications equipment. We offer multi-domain network solutions to mitigate threats by accurately modeling the impact of cyber attacks as well as analysis, system testing and hardening, and training.
Network digital twins offer organizations a solution to predict how the networked enterprise, or at least the critical sub-systems, will behave when under cyber attack. To assure that cyber resilience is not a one-time effort, IT managers and network planners must continuously assess their current network’s vulnerabilities to known and emerging threats and proactively update their strategies.
Our network digital twin modeling and simulation tools are used throughout the world to make vehicles safer. They provide a powerful capability for simulation of networks that incorporate a diverse variety of environmental, protocol, mobility, and network traffic configurations for urban environments, vehicle mobility, fading, shadowing, path loss and interference, 802.11p, LTE, and 5G.
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January 19, 2022