Based on decades of extensive experience in disparate sensor integration, Domenix possesses a unique core competency in this area. The Domenix Universal Protocol Adapter (UPA), a proprietary innovation, allows easy and affordable integration of sensor data and sensor networking.
Integrating non-conforming sensor protocols and adding new specifications and interfaces for sensor integration is a core expertise of Domenix. While sensor integration is an integral part of overall success, the real value lies in our normalization of data streams from non-conforming sensors into a single format, such as the Integrated Sensor Architecture (ISA), that can be shared by many consumers.
Provide interoperability among sensors and sensor networks
Make all sensors dynamically discoverable and available
Enable information sharing among sensors systems across domains
Domenix’s sensor products were developed and refined to enable sensor integration and can be tailored for your sensors and unique requirements. With expertise in data stream analysis, normalization, and data packing, we tailor the data interfaces to support a variety of throughput constraints and mediums. As an example, key information that will be of most interest to a warfighter can be provided over a low-bandwidth tactical connection, whereas the enterprise can be equipped with high-throughput, high-performance computing of all sensor data to support big data analytics and correlation with other sensors, indicators, and warnings.
Domenix understands how to emulate networks of sensors to prove out and inform deployments in a cost-effective lab environment; thereby reducing the risk and cost associated with live operational environment deployments. Domenix's Sensor Simulation Platform was designed with flexibility and extensibility to provide this type of disparate and distributed sensor and sensor network emulation.
Sensor command, control, and data access can be provided to your existing display system(s) in a variety of formats (XML, for example). However, if you do not have an interface, Domenix's Sensor Common Operational Picture (COP) can provide that capability for you in the following forms: cloud, workstation/laptop, and handheld/mobile.
Domenix has decades of extensive experience in the niche of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Explosive (CBRN-E) sensors and systems. Some of the processes and implementations it has led in this space include:
Implementation of the Common CBRN Sensor Interface (CCSI) specification and associated toolset
The novel sensor communications on-a-chip integration effort
The SPARK Protocol Handler (SPH) to provide a universal software solution for sensor connectivity via DoD standards
The SPARK Protocol Handler is currently in use by the DoD and under consideration by CBRN sensor vendors for its plug-and-play (PnP) interface design.