Viz Updates



On Thursday, September 29, 2016, Viz is hosting an open house at its office in Pittsburgh's South Side. Click here for more information.



General Dynamics and a U.S. government team succesfully tested the stability and scalability of the U.S Army's Command Post of the Future (CPOF) 3G collaboration software. More than 5,000 participants, including geographically dispersed U.S. Army and General Dynamics representatives, and virtual participants, used CPOF concurrently to collaborate and share mission command information in real-time. Click here to read the full story.


On October 28, 2015, Viz | General Dynamics reflected on the office's recent achievements with a company-wide celeberation to honor its employees. Sandra Wheeler, Vice President of General Dynamics Mission Systems Tactical Networks, attended the gathering to join in on the praise for the Pittsburgh-based employees:

Viz Celebration


On September 11, 2015, General Dynamics learned that it won the $3.8 million TransViz (Transportation Visualizer) follow-on contract from the United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM). The contract is for continued support of TransViz, which MayaViz (before being acquired by General Dynamics) originally created as a prototype in 2002. The tool allows for data manipulation and “what if” analysis and facilitates collaboration among various Combatant Commander (COCOMs) and TRANSCOM, enabling all involved to quickly agree on proposed changes in support of making movement decisions.


On January 1, 2015, General Dynamics C4 Systems and General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems officially combined to form a new business unit called General Dynamics Mission Systems. General Dynamics Mission Systems is an industry-leading provider of sophisticated communications technology from ground-based tactical networking to open architecture for U.S. Navy surface ships, submarines and aircraft. Mission Systems space and intelligence products include specialized payloads and digital signal processing systems and the full-spectrum cyber capabilities to include sophisticated encryption technologies. Additionally, we produce a full range of satellite communication and imaging technologies.