A secure, unified communications environment across any device or network—regardless of terrain, tactics, or mission.
Military / Defense / Intelligence
Arming the warfighter with smarter voice
Dynamic Frontline Communications™ from Instant Connect represents the inevitable evolution of military-grade voice communications from fragmented, insecure, and IT-heavy to seamless, secure, and super-lightweight. Our software platform offers built-in ATAK and WinTAK integrations, with JITC Certification coming in October 2021.
Protects against threats and vulnerabilities, with device-level security and fully-encrypted traffic between media bridge and end-user devices.
IoT triggers, system integrations, and smart geofences help to automate mission workflows informed by your strategy and tactics.
A single communications environment keeps teams connected via any device or network, including LTE, 5G, radio, IP, telephony, MANET, and more.
The world’s first voice platform to offer a lightweight, reliable serverless solution – ideal when servers are unavailable, inaccessible, or inconvenient.
The modern operation
Making the complex, simpler
Instant Connect provides a unified communications environment that makes devices and networks interoperable – radio, mobile, IP, telephony. Our voice communications software integrates with ATAK and WinTAK, MANET radio systems (Silvus, Trellisware, and Persistent Systems), and tactical radio gateways from Cubic/Vocality, DTech, Klas, and Resilience.
This broad military-grade connectivity allows warfighters to use one handheld device to communicate with virtually anybody around the world, over any network. The days of carrying multiple devices or getting disconnected are gone.
But interoperability is just the beginning. The automation engine at the heart of our platform can then automate mission workflows, integrate with IoT devices, and create “smart geofences.” When technology understands the mission and reduces human oversight, teams are safer and can stay one step ahead of dynamic situations.
Achieving the mission
A military talk group is connected via a secure, lightweight Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) as the team scouts and prepares to move on an enemy position. The network is serverless for maximum agility – virtually no IT infrastructure is required in the field. Soldiers, special forces, and infantry fighting vehicles are connected to each other and back to the field command center via both radios and ruggedized mobile phones using the ATAK client.
The unit prepares for action. Helicopters are added to the mission along with remote additional analysts as the team prepares to advance. Humvees are re-directed. The talk channel connects only the key team members essential to the mission, keeping all communications crisp and on-point. No other warfighters or units are interrupted, eliminating the clutter of conventional push-to-talk.
The unit is now in a position to advance, leveraging the automated communications and lightweight maneuverability of the MANET for strategic advantage. No one has to carry a data center on their back – or deal with manual processes – to stay connected across vast terrain. Radios, mobile phones, IP devices, even telephony – they all work seamlessly together. Everyone is in the best possible position to achieve the mission.
2021 Gartner Cool Vendor
Setting the standards for your success
Instant Connect is enhancing military operations and protecting soldiers with dynamic talk groups, workflow automation, serverless deployments, smart geofences, and more.
For military forces, the smart move is to use ICE to link ruggedized mobile phones and radios in a lightweight serverless deployment. No more lugging cumbersome IT equipment in the field or confronting dangerous gaps in communications between devices as soldiers attempt to connect between different technologies.
Everyone will be securely connected via smart devices in a super-lightweight, super-connected mobile communications environment.
Covert ops with burner phones
Intelligence agencies can conduct covert operations by using burner phones connected via a Raspberry Pi (or similar) – no server needed. Behind-the-lines operators and intelligence personnel can rely on public carriers while ensuring fully secure, anonymous communications. At the end of the mission, burner phones are wiped clean and discarded.
Get armed with better voice
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