FAST & RELIABLE REAL-TIME DATA RELAY
HOW IT WORKS
HALO core technology was built for aircraft carrier operations.
Optical band communications offer blinding speed and high reliability in static lines. Not only VOIP, but geospatial, sensor, edge AI, and autonomous functions are supported by HALO. Adaptation to nearly any vehicle or infrastructure has excellent cost/utility ratio in terms of full life cycle cost.
On-band encryption creates a proprietary barrier and HALO's dedicated AI program offers a solution that increases situational awareness by assessing threats, allocating resources, and providing positive actionable directions to distant elements.
These streams are multi-polarized and encrypted. In the event of satellite downlink loss, the distributed AI collective is a formidable opponent.
Existing 5G and traditional radio solutions provide the background for standard comms.
The HALO structure adds redundancy for EMP, jammers, and other infrastructure attacks by streaming from its own proprietary equipment, power source, and frequencies.
Our story starts at a hackathon, "A Hack of the Drones", where our founders first met the NSIN team in 2018. Our initial launch is planned for the fall of 2021 - HALO will be a leader in autonomous AI applications, supporting the warfighter and translating that technology into many other industries, including construction, autonomy, logistics, and retail.
In a world where real-time data speed is critical for comms, piloting, targeting, and other mission critical operations, we see HALO technology as a core platform for better reliability, faster data, and novel applications.
HALO is an emergent optical data relay system that learns the language of operations: training with crews in real time, the system adapts to recognize the wide range of missions that users can expect in the real world.
HALO has been designed to meet the operational challenges that
define the battlefield environment. It supports threats and
distractors for use of weapons and sensors as a viable fighting unit.
Training applications are contextualized and adaptive for crew
tasking automation to reduce workload and enable decision-making