Thursday, April 29, 2010

Wireless Innovation Forum adds six new engineering services/consulting members

WASHINGTON, USA: The Wireless Innovation Forum, a non-profit international industry association dedicated to driving the future of radio communications and systems worldwide, today announced the addition of six new member organizations who are focused on providing engineering services and innovative solutions to the advanced wireless community:

Defense Group Inc. is a professional services company, advancing public safety and national security through innovative research, technology applications, systems assessments, logistics support, and international operations expertise.

DGI has key competencies in US strategy and policy, intelligence, weapons of mass destruction, vulnerability assessments, homeland security, and high-risk area operations. DGI provides technologies and well-known products that support the first responder and medical communities. Our customers include a wide range of government organizations at the federal, state and local level as well as commercial clients.

DJH Consulting Inc. is a Pennsylvania research and development organization specializing in knowledge representation technology and wireless communications. Its principal clients are government agencies, including DARPA and the Defense Logistics Agency. A major current activity is participation in the development of a policy language and architecture for dynamic spectrum access.

QuantumTrace specializes in Aerospace and Defense Solutions involving Security, High Performance, Reliability, Advanced Signal Processing, and High Performance Computing, especially applied to Software Defined Radios. It focuses heavily on innovative solutions that help with Size, Weight, Power, and Cost optimization. It offer consulting services, as well as innovative products in these areas. Much of their current focus is on Information Assurance and Anti-Tamper efforts involving both Hardware and Software, especially applied to FPGAs.

QuickFlex specializes in advanced system solutions, including the SCA architecture for JTRS and other radios, and our flagship system-level software and architecture, the Reconfigurable Logic Manager (RLM) for applications and systems using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs).

Our patented award-winning product innovations help solve the hardest problems in FPGA-based technologies on custom and general-purpose platforms. QuickFlex’s technologies have received the EDTN Editor’s Choice and the endorsement of industry leaders such as programmable logic expert Dr. Nick Tredennick.

Based in San Antonio and Austin, Texas, customers for QuickFlex software and hardware products and/or services include the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Fortune 100 companies, and NASA, where QuickFlex’s technologies have been designed for use on the International Space Station.

SAIC is a FORTUNE 500 scientific, engineering, and technology applications company that uses its deep domain knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the nation and the world, in national security, energy and the environment, critical infrastructure, and health. We do this with the constant and deliberate commitment to ethical performance and integrity that has marked SAIC since its founding.

Since the early 1970s, Tata Power SED, a division of The Tata Power Co. Ltd, has been a leading private-sector player in the indigenous design, development, production, supply and maintenance of defence systems.

Tata Power SED has contributed to programs of national importance such as the Pinaka MBRL System, Launchers for the Akash Air Force and Army Programs, Samyukta Electronic Warfare Program, Command & Control Systems for Air Defence and Naval Combat. Tata Power SED is currently executing orders for the Pinaka Multi-barrel Rocket Launcher System from the Indian Army and the Integrated Automatic Data Handling System for Air Defence from the Indian Air Force.

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