KENNESAW, GA (November 14, 2016) – On 1 November 2016, the Air Force Network Integration Center (AFNIC) re-certified Systems Atlanta’s (SAI) Information Display System IDS5TM v1.x for use on standard desktop systems and placed the software on the AF Evaluated Products List (AF EPL). The IDS5TM v1.x AF EPL certification would not have been possible without the sponsorship and efforts of the 88th Operations Support Squadron (OSS), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Who, on behalf of SAI, spearheaded the scanning, testing and test validation documentation for AFNIC review / approval.
The AF EPL certification now permits AF customers to establish an IDS – Command & Control (IDS-C2) network, empowering organizations with the real-time dynamic exchange of critical information from multiple sources into a single information display operated in a standard desktop configuration. The IDS-C2 network not only creates a common sight-picture among agencies within the operational network, an inter-system interface permits the real-time integration with the SAI IDS5TM Airfield Automation System (AFAS) program. Through this bridging of vital information platforms, a premier command and control enterprise is instituted where information is transformed into actionable knowledge.
About Systems Atlanta, Inc.
Systems Atlanta, Inc. (SAI) provides comprehensive solutions and services to address the technology requirements of civilian, government, and military air traffic control, aviation and emergency facilities. A pioneer in the Information Display Systems (IDS) industry, SAI is approaching more than 40 years of experience developing and implementing IDS networks in diverse operational environments around the world. The company’s solutions include the widely-adopted and highly-customizable IDS5TM product suite, network and software engineering, classroom and online training courses, technical support, project/program management, and other services designed to improve customers’ information access, situational awareness, responsiveness, and operational efficiencies.