PLEXOS international, LLC
Louisiana Business and Technology Center
Louisiana State University South Campus Research Park
8000 GSRI Ave.
Baton Rouge, LA 70820
(225) 218-8002

DAHLGREN, VA January 5, 2005

PLEXOS international will be hosting four presentations of its technologies to various agencies within the Federal Government on January 11 and 12, 2005. Expected to attend include the Office of Force Transformation, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, the Office of Naval Research, Defense Intelligence Agency, Transportation Security Agency, Department of Homeland Security and other agencies. The presentation will focus on the Genesis middleware and its use in Network Centric Warfare with side sessions for the Data Layer Plugin (DLP) and Risk Assessment technologies.

Genesis is a software architecture that integrates numerous communication devices and information sources into a coherent infrastructure. Specifically, all radios, telephones, cell phones, PDAs, computers, servers, data storage devices, databases, security devices, surveillance cameras, detectors (chemical, radiation, etc.), sensors (motion, heat, etc.), and numerous other components can be interconnected through a redundant, secure, real-time, packet switched network. The Genesis software automates all of the complex management, policy, security, distribution, translation, and visualization processes. Just like an operating system manages a computer, Genesis manages all of the resources required to deliver a comprehensive interoperable data and communications solution.

The various Federal, State and Local agencies responsible for Homeland Security have independently made significant financial and labor investments in different computing platforms, operating systems, software applications (database, GIS, etc.), phone systems, radio systems, surveillance systems, and innumerable other communication and information technology products. Genesis preserves this past investment, makes this diverse array of proprietary and dissimilar products interoperable, and establishes a redundant secure communication and information-sharing infrastructure that facilitates real-time command and control particularly during a crisis.