Discover how the adoption of open source software for military projects and software reuse can be differentiators providing strategic and tactical advantages on the battlefield.
DARPA aims to hit the sweet spot on data link compatibility
NATO member states have various tactical data links (TDLs) at their disposal – notably HAVE QUICK I/II, Link 16 and the Situational Awareness Tactical Data Link - for secure and resilient airborne communications and data sharing.
The overall effect is a degree of communications redundancy, but each network uses a different protocol to handle data traffic; and they are not always mutually compatible.
For example, the Surveillance and Control Data Link, used by USAF personnel (pictured) in the E-8C JSTARS aircraft to share tactical data, transmits across a waveband of 12.4-18GHz, and handles data at rates of up to 1 ...
How Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are Becoming the Critical Enablers for JADC2 (webinar)
Just how are the US and its allies employing recent advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data fusion to make sense of the noise and help military commanders make better decisions faster?
The promise and massive advantages of AI has led to doctrinal shifts and reimagining of systems and approaches for militaries around the world.
Introducing Shephard Studio’s Artificial Intelligence on the Battlefield podcast, sponsored by our partner Systel.
Canada urgently needs to modernise its C2 architecture to enable the seamless exchange of data across domains and with allies.
Amber CubeSat combines maritime domain awareness data with information from stationary and mobile towers.