Systematic improves SitaWare solution
Systematic has developed a number of new features for the latest versions of its SitaWare suite of C2 software, the company announced on 4 June.
The enhancements in SitaWare Headquarters 6.7 include a new map mode that brings 3D functionality to the system. Users are now able to switch from the standard plan view into a 3D format that brings improved visualisation while maintaining the same information and planning overlays. The 3D maps are generated from existing DTED elevation data and maps, removing the need for additional inputs.
Also included are a declutter tool, better search functionality via a new tagging feature and an enhanced record and replay capability that will offer improved debriefings and after-action reviews.SitaWare’s Frontline 2.1 tactical-level C2 system benefits from a new Guard Zone function that is designed to enhance force protection by enabling dangerous areas to be designated and displayed on the interface. Other new features include a declutter tool, a cursor on target capability that enhances situational awareness and an option to concurrently display two video feeds from external sensors.
Hans Jørgen Bohlbro, director of product management, Systematic, said: ‘The 3D visualisation improves situational awareness for commanders. It brings a number of benefits, for example, when selecting potential observation posts commanders are provided with a comprehensive picture of the operating environment, enabling them to choose the most suitable positions to achieve mission success.
‘Units are able to clearly see a potential danger zone – such as a minefield – and can be automatically alerted if they cross into it.’
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