Military organisations work in extreme environments where dependable and robust communications are essential. Operating in hostile areas any solution needs to work first time, every time. Many of the staff at GRC have a military communication background and can bring real world expertise to any project.

We work closely with armed forces around the globe, supplying communication systems, consultancy and situational awareness solutions that are fit for purpose, cost effective and reliable.

Incident Commanders Radio Interface (ICRI) system in an orange case opened

ICRI

Radio Interoperability Gateway/Bridge

ICRI

For use in mutual aid operation, incident response and can connect to a number of communication mediums.

Inmarsat BGAN 510 propped on its stand on a white background

Inmarsat BGAN 510

Ultra-Portable Satellite Companion

Inmarsat BGAN 510

This is the smallest BGAN terminal coming in at just under 8" x 8" x 1.2" inches.
Inmarsat BGAN 710 HDR on its stand pictured on a white background

Inmarsat BGAN 710 HDR

Compact, lightweight and highly portable

Inmarsat BGAN 710 HDR

Compact, lightweight and highly portable
Inmarsat IsatPhone 2 with the antenna folded down pictured on a white background

Inmarsat IsatPhone 2

Ready, Reliable, Robust - IsatPhone 2 delivers it all

Inmarsat IsatPhone 2

The robust handset has been engineered to cope with anything that nature can throw at it – from searing heat to icy blasts, desert sandstorms or monsoon rain. 

Front view of an Iridium Extreme pictured on a white background

Iridium Extreme

Iridium Extreme is the toughest handset ever

Iridium Extreme

Iridium Extreme is the toughest handset ever from the only company that offers real global, real mobile, real reliable communications.

MGMTT in pelicase version with the lid open

MGMTT

e-RoIP Motorola solution (encrypted Radio over Internet Protocol)

MGMTT

GRC’s advanced mobile talk-through solution that has enhanced features to allow the re-transmission of encrypted voice and data over commercial IP bearers.

SandFly reflector dish fully deployed on its tripod

SandFly

Deployable 75 cm Ka band antenna system

SandFly

A lightweight, transportable four piece carbon fibre reflector, easily deployable by one individual.

Scytale pelicase showing a general setup using a Picocell and normal desk style phones

Scytale

Multi agency mobile communications

Scytale

A rapid deployable system for a remote operations facility providing private data, VoIP, Satellite and GSM coverage.

Scytale Lite complete and packed away

Scytale Lite

Multi agency mobile communications

Scytale Lite

A lightweight portable rapid deployable private data, VoIP, Satellite and GSM hub, that can be deployed to any location where reliable communication is critical.

Scytale Maritime shown complete with Peli Case

Scytale Maritime

Rapidly deployable mobile communications

Scytale Maritime

Scytale Maritime is a rapidly deployable, carry-on solution, providing a secure data and voice hub, that can be deployed to any vessel where reliable communication is vital.

In response to the growing trend for Naval Forces to utilise civil vessels, the Scytale Maritime offers a stand-alone, carry-on solution, which can be rapidly deployed without the need for permanent installation.

Scytale Mini

Scytale Mini

portable network interface

Scytale Mini

The Scytale Mini is a small form factor device which is easily configurable, transportable and able to provide a high level of anonymity to deployed users passing secure data back to office locations. The device will also provide an IP capability over trusted 3rd party networks with the option for VoIP services.

The Scytale Mini uses two trusted 3rd party vendors to reroute traffic prior to hitting the final destination firewall and the use of Next Generation Encryption (NGE) algorithms and techniques to thwart the efforts of cyber criminals.

Scytale+

end-to-end secure networking

Scytale+

Since its launch the Internet has seen explosive growth, becoming the world’s most powerful network and connecting millions of people globally.

The utilisation of the Internet by military, government and other security conscious organisations for the passage of sensitive data has not previously been possible due to the lack of easily transportable IP encryption mechanisms that are approved to encryption accredited standards.

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