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Land Deployable Gateway

Securely connecting you to the information you need. Tap into an integrated national and coalition force network.

The Land Deployable Gateway (LDG) provides a single point of connection for application interoperability between the battlefield and other national or coalition systems in the same security domain. LDG encapsulates all the capability delivered to operations in Afghanistan from 2010 onwards, including the latest version, BCIP VM, plus the capability of the extant Multilateral Interoperability Program (MIP).

Why choose LDG?

  • Interoperable: Seamlessly access and exchange a range of information released from the battlefield via common interfaces and protocols, while also consuming services from other operational systems using built in data translation and processing.
  • Secure: Safely connect and control data from the tactical edge to Headquarters and beyond using advanced firewall technology that protects and defends mission critical information.
  • Mobile: Connect to the right people wherever you go with compact portable LDG cases for flexibility in any environment.
  • Adaptable: For ease of integration with other C4I systems, LDG has been developed using COTS hardware providing standard
    Ethernet interfaces.

Features:

Security
LDG provides tight control of access between system boundaries, as well as anti-virus checking on traffic passing between systems. Also includes a separate router to enable routing between networks that do not need the tight control of the firewall.

Services
The gateway services hosted on the LDG all run in a virtualised environment, these services can be enabled or disabled based on mission requirements. Standard configurations for different scenarios can be rapidly deployed from a user defined catalogue.

Physical Specifications
LDG is delivered in three separate rugged transit cases, with a portable case for laptops and ancillaries. These three cases provide a greater degree of flexibility to decide how much resilience is required for a mission.

 

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