CACI provides mobility-based solutions for the Department of Defense, U.S. civilian agencies, and the Intelligence Community. Here are a few of our client success stories:
CACI designed this Android application, now in use by a government customer, to allow for the quick collection, triage, and consolidation of a variety of site scene data and dissemination to tactical collection tools and databases. X-F is capable of leveraging applications or external components to perform media, document, cell phone, biometrics, and site scene exploitation operations.
The X-F handheld device works with CACI's HighVIEW data management capability to create a more robust deployed capability (standalone or networked capable – Tactical Networks, NIPRNET, SIPRNET, JWICS) that provides a platform for ingesting documents, cell phone data, computer media, site scene data, forensic information, biometrics, and mission-related data. The X-F application utilizes access control lists, encryption, and viewing and editing tools to allow the user to manipulate, triage, and access secure data in the field.
Developed in conjunction with DigitalGlobe, Geo-Now is subscribed by the U. S. Government to provide fast, secure web-based access to the detailed geospatial information, high-resolution imagery, and collaboration tools necessary to plan, identify, and respond to urgent and evolving situations. By dynamically combining DigitalGlobe's sub-meter resolution imagery with CACI's foundation feature information available via our online platform, Geo-Now provides users with current views of landscapes, structures, and other significant points of interest.
U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE)
On the OPTARSS II contract, CACI is creating, delivering, and managing mobile applications and multimedia Program of Instruction hours in support of MCoE. Compatible on Android, Windows, and Apple platforms, these apps teach specific topics, such as route recon symbols, and also function as reference tools. MCoE teaches 85 courses and trains approximately 96,000 Army soldiers and leaders annually. With its state-of-the-art development laboratory, CACI is developing multiple mobile training applications as well as 75 hours of interactive multimedia instruction.