BAE Systems technology successfully demonstrated its ability to provide U.S. intelligence organizations with data from BAE Systems’ Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP) Platform and access to geospatial imagery.
The technology, XTS Guard 5, was equipped with the GXP platform demonstrated secure information sharing between government agencies and networks at the annual Enterprise Challenge (EC-18), sponsored by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, earlier this year.
The technology allows secure sharing between networks of various security classifications, allowing for the quick and easy gathering of information. This saves intelligence analysts time while also reducing operating costs and enabling decision makers to act more quickly.
Information can be subdivided based on its sensitivity.
“Our expertise in developing technologies that quickly exploit massive amounts of data has allowed us to a product that brings numerous advantages to U.S. military intelligence organizations to securely transfer data from multiple sources,” Kevin Malone, BAE Systems vice president of Analytics Systems, said. “The EC-18 demo proved XTS Guard 5’s readiness to deliver operational success for a number of agencies.”
XTS Guard 5 also is enhanced by SMARTXD from Sterling Computers.
SMARTXD is the main component in securing multi-domain information sharing within an agency or large organization.