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German battle managers line up

2nd May 2017 - 15:42 GMT | by Andrew White in Bonn

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The German Army's next-generation communications and battle management system (BMS) solutions must be capable of providing the armed forces with IP-based and continuous information, a senior service official has explained.

Addressing delegates at the AFCEA Bonn event on 26 April 2017, Lt Gen Jorg Vollmer, Inspector of the German Army, described how the Mobile Tactical Communications (MoTaKo) and Mobile Tactical Information Network (MoTIV) programmes would provide the army with significant uplifts in capability.

Highlighting the army's desire to swap out legacy communications systems- suffering from short range, language or data-based restrictions- Vollmer called for an IP-based MoTaKo solution capable of

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