A Complete Perspective
From engineering and IT to training and logistics, Geodesicx provides product and services solutions for your C5ISR needs. We deliver a complete perspective to C5ISR life cycle support to meet the growing demands of our clients and continue to successfully design, develop, and implement solutions that integrate with your existing workflow while streamlining mission needs to accurately and timely provide strategic advantages with our team of expertise.
Geodesicx provides systems engineering support services for the installation of SeaWatch aboard 72 USCG WHEC-378, WMEC-270, WMEC-210, and WPB-110 Cutters. The SeaWatch system is a hardware and software technology refresh of the existing Shipboard Command and Control System (SCCS). SeaWatch consists of hardware, software, software licenses, networks, and other electronic devices.
The U.S. Coast Guard SENTINAL Class GMDSS Console was designed to support the monitoring of maritime distress radio traffic on-board the USCG Sentinel Fast Response Cutters (FRC-B). Geodesicx supports the USCG SENTINEL (FRC-B) PROGRAM by providing integration, factory acceptance test, test results, product assurance, and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), for the assembly of GMDSS consoles.
Geodesicx also supports the Fast Response Cutters as they are being readied to join the fleet with certification activities that include installing and completing final connections for the FAR2127 Radar and NavNet3D Radar Arrays, performing software updates, as required, alignment, initial configuration of FAR2127 Radar and the NavNet3D Radar and performing System Operational Verification Testing (SOVT).
Once the cutters have joined the fleet Geodesicx performs under way radar training for the cutters Officers and crew.
Geodesicx managed the Enterprise Staging and Warehousing (ES&W) Facility for the Naval Information Warfare Center in support of the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command. At full operational capability the ES&W facility achieved throughput of 3500 assets monthly / 42,000 assets annually. The assets were comprised of end user devices (EUD) to include, but not limited to laptops, desktops, high performance desktops, ruggedized laptops, or tablets; and infrastructure devices (servers, routers, switches, firewalls, load balancers). Geodesicx performed the Receipt, Inventory, Integration, Kitting, and Shipping (RIIKS) processes associated with the procurement of COTS hardware; distribution support for Enterprise Software License Agreement purchases; and provided engineering support of technology roadmaps, market research; and technical support to include modernization engineering, infrastructure, logistics and program management.
Geodesicx designed, developed, and procured the required equipment and material to replace the existing SYQ-13 system and is providing technical support during the removal of the existing system and during the installation and light off testing of the Geodesicx CMS01-TNS Tactical Navigation Suite onboard the Egyptian Navy Mine Hunter Class (MHC). The CMS01-TNS is a two-network system that consists of three operator positions: two workstations and one Digital Maritime Operations Plot. It integrates the Combat System, and provides the tactical information and tactical situation displays necessary to assist the Commanding Officer/Tactical Action Officer (CO/TAO) in the planning and execution of MHC 51 Class missions. The tasks performed by the CMS01-TNS tactical navigation suite include sensor interface, navigation, contact/target positioning computations, and data storage/retrieval. The CMS01-TNS tactical navigation suite also provides the computational and display environment for output of ship control data (track keeping and hover maneuvering assistance) during mine hunting missions.
Geodesicx provides the City of Hampton, Virginia Police Department a Marine Surveillance and Reconnaissance Tracking System. The Marine Tracking System provides greater situational awareness of the entire Hampton maritime environment that includes the lower Chesapeake Bay, the Hampton Roads Harbor, and the James River to the City of Hampton for emergency responses on the water.
Geodesicx integrated solid-state Doppler Radars and Open Array Antennas, Long Distance PTZ Cameras, an Automatic Identification System (AIS) antenna, and a Weather Station on the roof of the Maritime Operations Command Center and additional cameras have been placed at strategic areas along the Hampton waterfront. The Operations Command Center contains Time Zero Coastal Monitoring Software, Weather Link Software, Camera Joystick Control, an AIS transceiver, a Weather Station Standalone Display, DC Power Supply, a Universal Power Supply, and two 55” wall mounted display monitors. Geodesicx also provides operator training for operations command personnel.