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04:06 PM, October 8, 2018
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Orolia, has showcased its ‘SecureFind’ Combat Rescue Beacon at the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

SecureFind is based on Orolia's technology suite for Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) missions. The wearable base unit includes an open channel search and rescue solution, for military use in training or test mode, the company said in a statement Monday.

It can also be configured with a secure channel solution for covert operations. This CSAR solution operates with a silent, push-button functionality that does not require voice activation. SecureFind enables military forces to precisely and safely execute CSAR missions, with optional Assured PNT technology that prevents GPS signal interference, spoofing and jamming.

"Software-defined, wearable communications technology is important on today's air, land, sea and cyber battlefields," said Orolia CEO Jean-Yves Courtois. "CSAR missions are just the beginning of potential uses for this resilient military technology, which can ensure reliable positioning, navigation and timing data in any operating environment."

The advanced functionality SecureFind solution is also available, such as the ability to change signals on-the-go for additional security, to detect and mitigate GPS jamming and spoofing, and to generate important strategic information such as virtual battlefield maps of jamming and spoofing activity.

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