Tactical Troubleshooting Tool (T3) integrates Tactical Data Link configuration settings from multiple legacy systems onboard US Navy ships into a centralized browser-based interface and distributes them via a pub-sub framework to remote, authorized users. Developed by a team of experienced engineers with warfighter input, this project streamlines the process for troubleshooting multi-TDL network connectivity issues by providing a collaborative, real-time environment to view network status and configurations, and recommend corrective actions. T3 interfaces directly with the Common Data Link Management System (CDLMS) but can be configured to interface with other TDL systems. The initial transition target is Command and Control Program Office (PMW 150). Fuse is pursuing opportunities to apply this dynamic, flexible system to DoD and civilian applications that require a remote, global view of aggregated data.
CORE addresses a significant need of airborne, surface, and subsurface platforms that require a minimized size, weight, and power (SWaP) hardware footprint for dual security enclave networking. Fuse reviewed operational needs and defined key SWaP limitations across multiple manned and unmanned platforms to rapidly design and develop a solution compatible with existing Navy cipher text WAN networks in a single integrated form factor. Fuse has built upon this development to show CORE networking solution provides a leap forward in ruggedized minimized SWaP networking technology as well as expands C2 and ISR functionality over IP networks. Fuse is pursuing opportunities to provide CORE to DoD and industry organizations that require minimized SWaP or advanced networking solutions.