TrellisWare® radios include a Web tool set, open API, and Android™ app integration, making them perfect for embedding into a wide range of unmanned systems and multipurpose communications solutions.

The need for innovative, cutting-edge technology to unleash the new capabilities that unmanned solutions offer is in high demand for military and commercial markets. Wireless communication advancements done right in unmanned systems can help to reduce heavy payloads, support large networks that need to reach far beyond line-of-sight, and provide new services to personnel in critical situations while keeping them out of danger.

Integrating unmanned systems into the battlefield network is advantageous to soldiers, most notable, by reducing the number of devices to carry or manage. Embedding solutions from other vendors can be the best approach to adding a new tactical solution to the existing communication network.

The small form-factor TW-650 TSM Shadow™ module and TW-610 Ocelot™ module easily embed into custom platforms. These fully-operational radios sport a low profile design with optimal size, weight, and power.  An unmanned vehicle with an embedded TSM module extends network range, integrates data from multiple systems, and takes the burden off of individuals in the field—literally having them carrying less equipment.

TrellisWare’s TSM waveform provides an innovative approach to mobile ad-hoc networking that naturally outperforms typical wireless MANETs because its unique design includes better signal processing techniques.  TSM networking expands the overall solution with job-enabling tools to gather and relay data, enhance situational awareness, and control missions.

TrellisWare® radios include a Web tool set, open API, and Android™ app integration, making them perfect for embedding into a wide range of unmanned systems and multipurpose communications solutions.

Embeddable modules, partner integration, and waveform expertise are all reasons to join the TSM network. Join us at AUVSI Xponential 2018, April 30 – May 3, 2018 in Denver, CO., at booth #528. As the largest unmanned systems event in the world, it’s the spot where technology meets forward thinking and innovation meets implementation.

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