While the employees at Cervello have a wide range of technology knowledge and experience, our company is perhaps best known for its contributions to joint interoperability – ensuring that communications processes work between not only branches of our own military, but also between our Armed Forces and our allies.
Part of this effort is the Coalition Interoperability Assessment & Validation program, or CIAV.
Joint Interoperability is a mandate within the Department of Defense, as outlined in its Joint Vision 2020 plan.
Another area where Cervello technology professionals have built a reputation for excellence is within DoD is the Joint Testing and Evaluation program, or JT&E.
Our involvement also includes Joint Integrated Air and Ground Situational Awareness Quick Reaction Testing (JIAG SA QRT), which facilitates integrated multiple tactical data links through a joint integrated air and ground common operational picture for Joint Forcible Entry (JFE) missions, for U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM).
Cervello has lead the development of tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) to increase the decision maker’s situational awareness – and provide numerous other strategic benefits.
The core TTPs and instructions were applicable to the Services in order to standardize the Tactical Radio Application eXtension (TRAX) integration of disparate networks, to optimize the benefits that TRAX will bring to the deployed warfighter in the tactical environment.