2iC will once again be at DSEI this year working with partner 4Secure on stand N6-463 in the security zone.
2iC previously won the DSEI innovation Challenge Award, which seeks the innovation, not yet in service, most likely to make the biggest impact on defence and security. The winning 2iC innovation was the Tactical Cross Domain Solution which was invented to provide a solution for joining different digital trust domain that is very rapid to deploy, quick to update and modify subsequently, and suitable for tactical use, right at the network edge (including soldier wearable).
"The winners, 2iC, had solved a particularly difficult hardware and software integration problem in a novel, cost-effective and thoroughly researched manner", said Innovation Challenge judge Capt Gordon Graham RN - Dstl's Senior Military Adviser. "They even had the foresight to involve the regulatory authorities at an early stage". The high-profile panel also included Ms Heather Goldstraw, Head of Technology Delivery (MoD Defence Equipment & Support and a member of the Dstl Executive team), and Dr Alvin Wilby, an industry representative on the joint MoD/Research and Development Group and Chair of the Research and Development Council at the UK technology industry trade body Intellect.
Since the award 2iC has worked with a number of customers and 4Secure to progress a small form factor tactical "guard" to address a range of needs, including: