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MILCOM 10: Legacy solutions for 'next decade' says former British Army C4I director

2nd November 2010 - 23:14 GMT | by Andrew White in San Jose


Former Director of Command and Battlespace Management Division for UK Land Forces, Brig Andy Bristow, warned delegates at Milcom 2010 not to 'forget lessons of the past' when considering the strategic future of C4I requirements.

Speaking at the conference on 2 November, Bristow outlined a future of consolidation in the C4I realm while describing how coalition nations had 'invested billions in information technology but had not exploited it to its maximum extent'.

Referring to the UK in particular, Bristow said: 'We procured Bowman and Falcon [communications systems]- 21st century technology onto the battlefield- but we need to learn how to

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Andrew White


Andrew White

Andrew is a former editor of Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Andrew joined Shephard …

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