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Network Design and Installation

TTC is at the forefront of mobile architecture use as a training development and delivery model. In delivery of the United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE) Virtual Work Environment (WVE) Program on Fort Rucker, AL, we pioneered the use of wireless workbooks, tablets, and mobile devices as a training delivery system. Our engineers and administrators were the first to receive permission to connect the FIPS 140-2 compliant Window wireless client to the Army network. The VWE pilot program connected 1st Aviation Brigade, NCO Academy and Captains Career Course issued notebooks to the Fort Rucker ICAN. These notebooks were issued to Army Aviators and Aviation soldiers receiving training on Fort Rucker. Notebook connectivity allowed them to use a single device able to access their course material rather than moving from desktop to desktop in different classroom settings. Access points strategically placed in the Fort Rucker ICAN allowed them to access course material outside the classroom. This one capability holds the promise of eliminating printed course materials, a cost avoidance that exceeds the total contract value of the VWE program.

Wireless Project

  • Moved to mobile notebook based architecture to provide leaders and students with “Data at point of need”
  • Wireless Infrastructure Expansion provide any where – any time learning for officer, Warrant Officer NCO Academy and Enlisted training
  • Remote Aviation Stage Feild Connectivity
  • Mobile Real-Time Weather and AlertApps
  • HTML5,Android,iPhone

Mobile Devices

As business environments move to converged communications their local supporting communications networks must adapt was well. The analog phone has given way to digital and cellular, business meetings to video-teleconferencing, messaging to social media. The supporting high speed backbone for these communications is in place and available to most business. It is the “last mile” of connectivity at local offices that represent the most significant impediment to access the immense power of this network. It is here that TTC’s Network Design and Installation capabilities are focused.

These adaptations most often involve moving from “wired” networks to the more flexible and available wireless technologies. The TTC design and installation method determines the most feasible, practical and appropriate technologies and configurations for each individual customer’s needs and goals. What is feasible given the customer’s facility and location, what is practical given the customer’s budget and requirements, and what is appropriate given the customer’s desired end-state capabilities.