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DSEI 2023: Northrop Grumman rolls out BattleOne integrated command and control package

13th September 2023 - 17:30 GMT | by Giles Ebbutt in London


BattleOne's aim is to put all the sensors and all the shooters on the same network, Northrop Grumman says. (Image: Northrop Grumman)

Northrop Grumman's BattleOne concept aims to transcend domain and national boundaries to produce an overarching command and control capability with integrated artificial intelligence.

Northrop Grumman (NG) is developing a concept for a multi-domain, multi-national command and control (C2) capability and revealed it at the DSEi 2023 exhibition in London.

Known as BattleOne, the concept centres on NG’s air and missile defence (AMD) Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS). 

IBCS will replace all current US Army integrated AMD (IAMD) C2 systems over the next decade. In April 2023, it achieved initial operational capability (IOC) and was authorised for full rate production. IBCS has also been supplied to Poland where it has reached basic operational capability.

Speaking at DSEi, Jon Ferko, NG director, business development, said

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Giles Ebbutt


Giles Ebbutt

Giles Ebbutt is a Shephard Media correspondent based in the UK who specialises in C4ISR …

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