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4 - 5 March 2020 // Nuremberg, Germany


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Demonstration Area

Digitising Situational Awareness, How to Connect. Vortragssprache Englisch

Law enforcement, fire and rescue, and EMT electronics have revolutionized first responder effectiveness. But the ongoing growth of electronic equipment sets, including body worn cameras, embedded sensors, field radios and microphones, vest antennas, and other gear has added significant complexity to the first responder mission. The Glenair STAR-PAN™ data hub and power distribution system enable first responders—particularly those in command and control functions—to optimize communication capabilities and improve battery power monitoring and performance. The small form-factor STAR-PAN™ power and data hub provide plug-and-play interoperability with field radios, power supplies, and USB-compatible electronics. Importantly, all STAR-PAN™ low-profile hub enclosures are designed for optimal size, weight, and ruggedized field performance. Additional applications for the STAR-PAN™ power and data hub include underground, highwall and surface mining operations that depend on reliable radio communications, environmental sensors, safety monitoring, and other ruggedized field electronics. STAR-PAN™ is a complete system with all cables and accessories available as standard catalogue items.

Glenair Mission-Critical Interconnect Systems Focusing on STAR-PAN™. Integrated Soldier Power / Data Hubs are Personal Area Network (PAN) hub and interconnect systems providing network data access, peripheral connectivity and battery power management to dismounted soldier C4ISR electronics. Ruggedized soldier-worn electronics have revolutionized mission effectiveness. But the evolution of integrated radio communications, tactical video, night vision technologies, GPS/navigation, blue force tracking, personal computing and smart phones have added significant mission weight to the dismounted soldier ensemble. Battery power management for this range of integrated electronic C4ISR gear is a significant challenge in terms of mission time, weight and supply logistics. Introduce the ways and benefits of Dismounted Soldier System (DSS) Power and Data distribution using a Power and Data hub and cables. From Regular Enforcer, BFT (Blue Force Tracking) using a GPS and End User Device (EUD) all the way up to a Commander connected to 3 radios, SASAM GPS, Laser Range finder, Central power source. Building your own DSS system using what you have today enabling the capability of your existing equipment and preparing you for the integration of tomorrow. Dealing with the standards (NATO STANG AEP 4695 and Industry Ethernet, USB RS232, SMBus) at the C2 level of mechanical, electrical and interoperability.

Date: 07.03.2019 Time: 16:00 - 16:20


 Simon Coverdale

Simon Coverdale

Market Development / Glenair


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