The blog that's all about C4I and military messaging!
The roles of naval forces have never been more integrated than they are today. Almost all recent operations are dependent on a complex mix of joint and combined forces. This creates new requirements for Maritime C4I solutions and there are clear benefits for a naval force that chooses solutions with intrinsic cross-domain interoperability.
6 March 2018
Bespoke Command & Control systems are the mainstay of command support systems at sea today. The high cost associated with developing and delivering bespoke systems has resulted in deployment limited to major units – leaving a large number of vessels disadvantaged from a C4I perspective. Today however, this no longer needs to be the case.
18 January 2018
What is the operational impact of having an integrated Command & Control (C2) suite across all echelons of command compared to using stovepipe systems? Read on in this blog post.
4 May 2017
Sensors! Today’s modern Armored Fighting Vehicles contain numerous examples of them - and they are there to help you out. However, it can often be next to impossible to make proper sense of your sensors as a huge amount of information is most likely displayed at the same time on separate monitors. Read on and learn how to turn your sensor feed into valuable operational info.
30 March 2017
Chatting using short text messages has become a natural part of modern communication – almost an extension of voice conversation. But did you know that chat may also be possible in the field for the situations where voice communication on tactical radios is not available?
2 February 2017
The operational environment in a Tactical Operation Centre (TOC) can at times be extremely stressful, challenging and demanding. That's why you need to simplify the perceived situation so that commanders can make well-informed decisions. Read on here to learn one way on doing exactly that.
12 January 2017
Unfortunately, the ability to gather, process, and share information from the battlefield can be a severe challenge due to the human cognitive limitations. This blog post discusses how you can handle the excessive flow of information at HQ level to facilitate the commander’s ability to exert command and control of deployed forces.
7 December 2016