12 pitfalls to avoid in tactical data communication for battle management systems
The key component in any battle management system is the reliable transfer of data over tactical communication systems. Important for sure – but in no way an easy job.
Data transfer over tactical communication systems is often characterised by constrained bandwidth, long and variable delays, intermittent connectivity, and variable error rates. Challenges that need to be taken into consideration when you choose a battle management system.
What are the do's and don'ts when acquiring a battle management system?
Download this ebook to explore the 12 pitfalls to avoid when you are acquiring a battle management system and establishing a tactical data communication network to support it. The 12 challenging pitfalls deal with, among other things:
- How you should handle your existing radios
- How you should (de)prioritise video streaming
- Why you should look for an off-the-shelf solution
Discover the do’s and don’ts when acquiring a battle management system and establishing a tactical data communication network to support it.