Thinklogical Demonstrates Modular and Flexible Secure Visual Computing Solutions for C4ISR at GEOINT 2013* Symposium

Apr 11, 2014

Rapid Reconfiguration Capability Supports Advanced Collaboration, Nimble Response to Changing Mission Requirements and Improved Facility Efficiency

MILFORD, Conn. – Thinklogical®, a worldwide leading provider of secure, high-performance KVM signal extension and switching systems for video-rich, big data computing environments, announced today it will be demonstrating its modular and flexible visual computing solutions for C4ISR at its booth #1051 at GEOINT Symposium, April 14-17, 2014 at the Tampa Convention Center.

The demonstrations highlight how fiber-optic-based video and KVM switching and extension solutions from Thinklogical address many of the complex data and signal management challenges facing the defense and intelligence community. Thinklogical’s modular and flexible visual computing systems allow defense and intelligence agencies to be more nimble and flexible, enhancing responsiveness to ever-evolving mission requirements while improving collaboration, space utilization and facility efficiency.

 Flexible and Efficient Modular System Design for Rapid Reconfiguration

Thinklogical’s industry-leading T- and Q-Series KVM signal extender technology supports a breadth of video, audio and peripheral data connections and formats in a flexible, space-saving modular configuration. These field-configurable modules enable rapid swapping of components to address mission needs, enabling organizations to quickly and securely reconfigure watch floors, command centers, SCIFs and staff workstations to enhance collaboration and deliver a more accurate and timely response. The modular signal management capability provided by Thinklogical supports the visual computing system requirements known today, allowing for expansion and implementation of requirements that may develop in the future while minimizing system downtime due to maintenance or reconfiguration.

 Accredited, Secure Infrastructure Solutions for Redundant and Resilient Systems

Applying the most advanced signal extension and management technology, Thinklogical’s fiber-optic based KVM extension and switching solutions assist in safeguarding C4ISR infrastructure and critical information assets, all while playing a vital role in high-performance information assurance (IA) environments. Within the demanding realm of government and military installations, Thinklogical delivers specialized solutions for visual computing infrastructures that meet the performance, reliability and security standards necessary to fulfill mission-critical visualization applications. Our multi-domain technology allows agencies to route JWICS, SIPRNET, and NIPRNET traffic concurrently through just one Thinklogical matrix switch, eliminating infrastructure duplication. Thinklogical systems are accredited to Common Criteria EAL4, NATO (NIAPC) Evaluation Scheme: GREEN status and TEMPEST Level B for use in the highest classified environments

Operational Flexibility for UAS and FOB Deployed Systems

Delivering every pixel and refresh frame from end-to-end is a critical aspect of maintaining performance, efficiency and accuracy for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) applications. UAS pilots cannot afford any lag time in their operating controls or lack of clarity in their visual inputs. In addition, Forward Operating Base (FOB) locations must be able to be relocated and reconfigured on short notice to be in tune with combat operations. Thinklogical solutions are able to provide pristine, crystal clear signals by harnessing its patented MRTS (multi-rate transmission system) technology. This technology uses no video compression, color space conversion or scaling, transmitting pure video signals at 6.25 Gbps bandwidth with no pixel skewing to a distance up to 80km/50 miles with no latency. Thinklogical solutions provide an instantaneous and real time connection between the Combat Systems Officer (CSO) and ground station hardware, delivering a secure, high quality visual computing platform for analyzing UAS downstream data.

For more information or to arrange an appointment at GEOINT Symposium, please contact Thinklogical at +1 (203) 647-8700, [email protected], or visit

An interactive map showing the location of the Thinklogical booth at the exposition can be found at:

A Thinklogical white paper outlining current trends in secure facilities infrastructure implementations, titled “Recommended Best Practices for the Design of Secure Multi-Domain KVM and Video Routing Systems,” is available as a download from the Thinklogical web site at