I-Commtact C2 solution released
Commtact has developed a new command and control (C2) software application called I-Commtact, the company announced on 4 April.
The application enables simple and intuitive operation of various C2 modules such as video player, map engine, mission control, and datalink; and provides fully integrated digital map, real-time imagery and orientation of the payload and/or platform.
Its main capabilities include datalink control module, map generator that uses precise global coordinates and provides clear presentation without sacrificing critical details, advanced video and image processing, and integrated database that allows users to store and manage a variety of useful data, such as targets and points of interest.
The solution has been designed for manned and unmanned platforms operating in a variety of mission scenarios.
Ariel Kandel, CEO, Commtact, said: ‘In response to the increasing demand for full turn-key solutions, and in addition to Commtact’s renowned communications products, Commtact has developed the I-Commtact C2 software application, which provides an additional C2 segment to our existing and future customers and partners.
‘Commtact's high-end communication systems are installed on many different manned and unmanned platforms worldwide, allowing to connect any platform, anytime and anywhere.’
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