Joint Embedded Messaging System (JEMS)
Information Dominance – the ability to rapidly generate, transmit, and visualize the battlefield – has been an important focus for the U.S. Military since the early 1990s. However, the ability to disseminate information is too often hampered by incompatible message formats, transmission protocols, bandwidth limitations, and varying classification levels of systems. This can blur the picture of the battlefield and negatively impact the warfighter.
The Joint Embedded Messaging System (JEMS) was created to solve these types of problems. It is a GUI driven, operator reconfigurable product that translates messages, databases, protocols, and transmission methods as well as safe-guarding and securely translating between differing security levels in the most efficient manner possible.
- Solves Electronic Communication Interoperability Issues
- Enables Rapid Message Integration Without Code Changes Using the Included Graphical User Interfaces
- Supports Simultaneous Translation Between Differing Message Formats, Mappings, and Communications Interfaces
- Is Proven Technology
C4I Training & Exercise Support
AEgis Technologies Information Solutions provides the U.S. Army Central Command’s (USARCENT) Exercise and Training Division a total Model & Simulation support solution to prepare, execute, and stimulate organizational and multinational training exercises. In addition to providing simulation support to digitized command post events, AEgis also provides specific staff planning assistance with experience in combined operations, Army tactics, capabilities, and doctrine.
By bringing together Scenario Development & Planning, Modeling & Simulation Support, and Simulation & C4I hardware/software Integration and Management, AEgis helps our customer achieve their goals of training and readiness oversight of Army forces deployed in Western Asia and those preparing to deploy into the region.