Coverage Military vehicle electrification continues to roll forward. Challenges?

Military vehicle electrification continues to roll forward, but may face bumps in the road

By on June 7th, 2023

Military electric vehicles

The U.S. military operates more than 174,000 non-tactical vehicles, the second highest number in the federal government. Driving change in tactical vehicles comes with new challenges.

One solution on the information side of the challenges may be a real-time data mesh platform being developed by a company called edgeTI for use with electric vehicles. Called edgeCore, it has generated a lot of interest, including earning a multi-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract from the U.S. Air Force to support its Joint All Domain Command and Control efforts.

Electrification in the government needs to include the ability to unlock hidden, actionable insights to enable better decisions,” said Jim Barrett, CEO of edgeTI. 

About edgeTI

edgeTI helps customers sustain situational awareness and accelerate data-driven action with its real-time digital operations software, edgeCore™. Global enterprises, service providers, and governments are more profitable when insight and action are united to deliver fluid experiences via the platform’s low-code development capability and composable experiences. With edgeCore, customers improve their margins and agility by rapidly transforming siloed systems and data across evolving, complex situations in business, technology, and cross-domain operations — helping them achieve the impossible.


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Phone: 888-771-3343

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