Stauder Technologies recognizes the transformational move toward a digital battlefield, and the associated need for operating in a network centric environment, which means enabling precision targeting data and blue force data to be moved accurately and rapidly. The company’s key focus is on interoperable solutions, utilizing Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) which can communicate across the broad spectrum of data formats utilized by various militaries, platforms and agencies.
mobileJECL™ is a digital communications suite representing the next generation of mobile battlefield technology. Connecting tactical radios directly to Android devices using Aeronix’s mobileIDM™ software modem. Seamlessly enable VMF Digitally-Aided Close Air Support, Digital Fires and Situational Awareness on tactical mobile apps like A-PASS, ATAK and others.
The Joint Effects and Coordination Link – JECL® software is your common gateway to move digital data to every node on the battlefield, regardless of messaging protocols, waveforms, or radios. JECL® is fully tested and deployed by the United States DoD for many ground systems and aircraft platforms.
The HydeDM™ Family of avionics boxes are a plug and play replacement for existing Data Modems in legacy aircraft. The HydeDM™ provides an upgradeable and extensible, software defined option that guarantees digital interoperability without requiring additional aircraft changes. The HydeDM™ is a member of the Hyde™ family of modular JECL® appliances that closes the communications loop by seamless installation into legacy aircraft.
The HydeDM™ 302 is a "plug and play" replacement for the F-16's IDM 302. Since there are no aircraft or software modifications required, this replacement can be done on the flight line. By simply replacing the obsolete IDM 302, any F-16 can be upgraded to use Variable Message Format (VMF).
The HydeDM™ 302 features both USB and Ethernet interfaces, enabling the connection of an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB). Stauder Technologies’ GustoAir™ software can connect directly to the HydeDM™ 302, providing the EFB with real time aircraft data, such as position, heading, and wingman locations - all displayed on a moving map. GustoAir™ augments existing cockpit displays and enhances DACAS mission processing with Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC).
Stauder Technologies was founded in 1997 and is located just outside of St Louis, Missouri. Recognizing the transformational move toward a digital battlefield, and the associated need for operating in a network centric environment, the company’s key focus is on providing interoperable solutions, using Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) which can communicate across the broad spectrum of data formats utilized by various militaries, platforms and agencies.
Stauder Technologies is a leading provider of targeting, geodetic, and communications systems for the U.S. military.
Highly-skilled system, software and hardware engineering teams provide system integration through product-based solutions.
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