Wireless Communications

Product and Design Solutions from Concept to Deployment

DataSoft specializes in low-power, small form-factor wireless solutions for IoT, PAN, Situation Awareness, MANET, and IP-based networking. We design, manufacture, integrate, and support real-time embedded solutions for defense, commercial, and industrial communications. Our portfolio of programmable RF designs, tactical radio accessories, software libraries, Information Security expertise, and rapid prototyping capability was developed through DoD programs, IR&D, and Small Business Innovation Research.

Our technology helps customers reduce development costs and improve time-to-market

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  • Automatic Injury Detection
  • SideBridge Secure Wireless Connection Module with Android Apps
  • DataSoft Engineering Services
  • Thunder SDR Platform with Probe Tool-box
  • Nova Cyber Security Software and Appliance

Embedded Solutions

DataSoft has expertise in real-time embedded software projects that provide high performance networking with high reliability, delivered via an open source model with open architecture for easy maintainability.  

We build Linux-based appliances, leveraging open source software and commodity hardware.


Engineering Services

DataSoft's engineering design services will get your new product ideas to the market quickly. Our staff has extensive experience in tactical/commercial SDR, SATCOM, and C41 systems design & development.

Since 1995, DataSoft has served large defense and commercial customers, with proven processes, extensive R&D experience, and expert system engineering.

News

 Today DataSoft launched a new iPhone app for Automatic Injury Detection (AID) – a wearable sensor technology designed to help save lives. The AID iPhone (iOS) app is now available for free download on the iTunes App Store. The AID iPhone app connects to the AID sensors via Bluetooth and automatically sends an emergency alert whenever the sensors are pierced by a bullet, blade or shrapnel.

 DataSoft is proud to announce the award of a US Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II contract under the topic number A16‐070. The Army initiated this research topic for the purpose of developing a technique and methodology to implement the Internet of Things (IoT) in a novel way for the Body Area Networks (BAN)s of dismounted soldiers.