If you are planning to attend a JATA Tactical event, then you should know a few things before you go. You should have a general idea of how the market for tactical communications is segmented. In addition, you should also know the differences between the Inova T4R and T7R rechargeable LED flashlights.
Organizing a JATA Tactical event
Organizing a JATA Tactical event can be a daunting task, but there are many resources that can help you make the process easier. These tools include the Organizer’s Activity Book, a self-learning guide developed by Tactical Tech’s Data and Activism project. This guide includes exercises that can help you evaluate your data practices and develop a data policy. The guide is useful for both home and classroom use.
Land-based tactical communication market segmentation
The global JATA Tactical communication market can be segmented into two major segments – airborne and ground-based. The airborne segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period owing to the need for advanced communications during flight operations. High-frequency radios and satellite radios are among the key communication technologies used by airborne tactical platforms, which include fighter aircraft, helicopters, and remotely piloted aerial vehicles.
The military communications market can be further segmented by platform. During the forecast period, airborne segment growth is expected to be the fastest. Advanced airborne communications are critical to the safety of military flight operations. These systems use satellite radios, high frequency radios, and software-defined radio technology solutions. Airborne platforms include fighter aircraft, transport aircraft, and helicopters.
In the United States, the land-based tactical communication market is segmented by platform, application, and region. By application, tactical communications are classified into manpack, vehicle-intercommunication radio, and high-capacity data radio. Of these, vehicle-intercommunication radios are expected to hold a monopoly in the market for the next five years. Manpack radios are expected to have the highest CAGR during this period.
Inova T4R vs Inova T7R
Both the Inova T4R and Inova T7R flashlights have a variety of advantages over each other. The Inova T4R features a boundary-pushing design, while the Inova T7R comes with a micro USB recharging port. Both flashlights can charge in about three hours and feature a wide flood and spot beam.
Both flashlights are powered by lithium ion batteries. The Inova T4R features a micro USB rechargeable battery and a powerful 1300 lumen LED. Both flashlights are also equipped with USB charging rods, AC adapters, and a Mini USB Charge Port. The Inova T7R is more versatile, and has a beam distance of 708 feet. Both flashlights can be used in a variety of applications.
Inova T10R rechargeable LED flashlight
The Inova T10R is a precision high-performance rechargeable LED flashlight. Its light output is an impressive 3,500 lumens, and it’s white beam is 840 feet wide. The flashlight has a USB charger and a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery. It can be operated on high, medium, or low, and is equipped with a push-button switch for momentary use or constant-on use. Its long-lasting rechargeable battery allows for up to two hours of continuous use on high. Its low-power mode is also available, and it can run for up to 43 hours on low.
The Inova T10R is a highly versatile rechargeable LED flashlight with two preset brightness settings and a dimming feature. Its two-brightness settings range from 3,500 lumens to 200 lumens, and you can even change the brightness to match the situation. Its beam can project over a quarter mile, and its body is constructed of aerospace-grade aluminum. The flashlight is finished with military-spec hard-coat anodizing.