The 2iC interoperability software layer sits discreetly on any number of military platforms, systems or devices (trusted and untrusted). In the theatre of operations, the 2iC workflows also offer true battlespace agility as they can be adapted quickly to respond to operational, personnel and equipment changes.
Based on open standards and agnostic of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or prime contractor, the 2iC solution, including 2iC’s unique set of transformational tools, allows the rapid integration and automatic exchange of information between new and legacy systems.
2iC’s customers include the UK MoD, the US Department of Defense, the Australian Department of Defence and the New Zealand Defence Force.
2iC is the proud inventor of the Lean Services Architecture, a modular and open architecture standard designed for the battlespace. The UK Ministry of Defence tested and then published the Lean Services Architecture as an open standard in January 2014.
2iC’s business model is to continually innovate, utilising our expertise to deliver software that Systems Integrators and Equipment Manufacturers can quickly exploit and which directly addresses their core issues:
As requirements evolve and needs change we need to be able to adapt quickly and easily.
Anything that reduces the time it takes to get multiple pieces of software working together over radio links or low bandwidth networks is a must have.
Managing risk and the cost of software and systems integration is critical in high pressure situations.