We love a challenge.
U. S. government agencies and personnel trust us to solve their most complex command, control, computing and communications challenges. Our expertise runs deep and our legacy of success reaches from Earth to outer space.
Beginning with the first handheld radios delivered to soldiers in World War II, General Dynamics continues our commitment to the military as we deliver advanced networking radios to soldiers operating in harm's way. General Dynamics continues to focus on solving our customers' most daunting challenges.
Military and Space: Today, our systems are helping to discover the origins of the universe while others manage and control NASA's most advanced telecommunication satellites. Thanks to the Army's Warfighter Information Network - Tactical, soldiers have a secure network that keeps them connected to one another and to their commanders, increasing their safety and improving mission effectiveness.
Department of Homeland Security: Using 21st century technologies, we placed a revolutionary search and rescue system into the hands Coast Guard professionals. Covering more than 42,000 miles of coastline, the Rescue 21 system has enabled the rescue of thousands of distressed mariners and their families.
Public Safety: We are the first company to deliver Long Term Evolution (LTE) user equipment to first responders. Working with Adams County Colorado, our products and technologies will deliver next-generation broadband capabilities to public safety personnel. This means unprecedented access to streaming video, remote data access and information sharing.
- Combat-Service-Support Automated Information Systems (CAISI)
Used for supply chain logistics, CAISI enables secure communications between soldiers on the front lines, warehouses, and command facilities located around the world.
- Command Post of the Future (CPOF)
Collaboration is more than sharing information. It involves sharing thoughts and thought processes between superiors, subordinates, and peers...
- Global Broadcast Service (GBS) Transportable Ground Receive Suite (TGRS)
GBS TGRS enables mobile users at the edge of the battlefield to receive mission-critical voice, data and video.
- Mobile User Objective System (MUOS)
MUOS is a next-generation narrowband satellite communications system designed to significantly improve ground communications for U.S. forces on the move.
- Netcentric Simulation Training System (NSTS)
Collaborative, Collective, Networked, Simulation-Based Training
- Space Network Ground Segment Sustainment (SGSS)
General Dynamics is the prime contractor for NASA’s Space Network Ground Segment Sustainment (SGSS) project that is modernizing the space agency’s ground infrastructure systems for their Space Network, and provides for continuous technology insertion and system upgrades for the next 25 years.
- Underwater ISR (GD Canada)
An open architecture modular multi-sensor fully integrated sonar suite suitable for all classes of ships and submarines.