IPX was one of the top Systems Integrators for Northrop Grumman. IPX won top systems integrator and competed with over 3000 Northrop Contractors.
IPX was one of the top Systems Integrators for Northrop Grumman. IPX won top systems integrator from Northrop and competed with over 3000 Northrop Contractors.
The Blue Force Tracking FBCB2 network is a digital command-and-control system that provides battle command and situational awareness information from brigade down to the soldier/platform level using GPS navigation signals and communication satellites.
Comtech Telecommunications continues supporting the US Army’s Blue Force Tracking (BFT) System, a capability that provides location information about friendly, as well as hostile forces.
The FBCB2 system, built by Northrop Grumman’s Mission Systems sector, relays information to users who can view regularly updated troop positions on screens in their vehicles and differentiate between friendly and enemy forces. The system also provides for the delivery of messages and other types of information to ground vehicles including tanks, armored personnel carriers, and infantry fighting vehicles, as well as U.S. Army rotary wing aircraft.
IPX has been a major solution and services provider for Northrop and Comtech.
IPX has installed and maintained the US Army Blue Force Tracking System since 2008.
IPX has provided systems integration and installation efforts for the Blue Force Tracking Network.
IPX maintains the highest levels of UN Military and Government monthly support and 24x7x365 turnkey services covering the installations.
2022 – IPXCOM Network Operations Center support personnel install and support equipment for a 99.99% uptime for the US Army Blue Force Tracking Network.
IPXCOM has engineers that support the US Military Bases in the USA and Pacific Regions.