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Rebel's Safe Strike software demoed under Abaco Systems, Rebel Alliance partnership

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March 31, 2021

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Rebel's Safe Strike software demoed under Abaco Systems, Rebel Alliance partnership

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. Abaco Systems has announced a partnership with Rebel Alliance intended to allow the company to demonstrate their Rebel’s Safe Strike software product for Battle Management and Command & Control applications.

According to officials, the Safe Strike software is designed to be deployable on Abaco’s 3U VPX ecosystem. The demonstration runs on Abaco’s MAGIC1A, a high-performance rugged display computer to demonstrate interoperability with the third party specialized software.

Safe Strike is a battlefield management application based on Rebel Alliance Core Engine (RACE). RACE, according to Abaco, is a complete multi-platform engine that is intended to help build Command and Control architectures. Its graphical component is designed to be capable of high-performance rendering of 3D Offline Raster/Vector Maps and Augmented Reality on commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and software platforms, mobile and fixed.

Its communication component is designed to allow the exchange of the operational picture and of actionable tactical information in various network configurations from extremely low-speed submarine communications to high-speed MANET networks. The User Interface of each specific application is designed to be intuitive and user friendly.

 

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