Orion Township-based Pure Entropy Technologies announced that it has been selected to present a white paper at The Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering & Technology Symposium Aug. 19 at the Hyatt Regency in Dearborn.
The white paper, titled “Importance of Secure Real Time Information to an Operator Using Robotics,” will address the past, present and potential future problems in securing real time information using robotics in the field of battle, and conclude with proposed solutions.
“For too long, security has been an afterthought,” said Pure Entropy CTO Ramie Phillips III. “By exhibiting an interest in this topic, it is a very encouraging indicator that may now be changing.”
Phillips is the lead developer of the Jumble encryption engine for Pure Entropy, which is a recipient of a government contract to provide secure communications.
Added Pure Entropy CEO Kevin Lasser: “We are honored to have Ramie speak on a topic that is so important to protecting the very men and women that protect our freedoms on a daily basis.”
Pure Entropy Technologies continues on its quest to provide a best in class encryption technology to the military in the ground vehicle sector — previously awarded government contracts and presentation of a white paper at GVSETS is indicative of this.
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