Inzpire delivers training to RJAF
Inzpire has delivered a number of tailored training courses to the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) at the company’s headquarters in Lincoln, UK, the company announced on 18 October.
The training covered areas including cyber, intelligence, UAS and ISR operations.
The cyber training was focused on assisting the RJAF in developing its own cyber defence capabilities, enhancing understanding of current hardware as an alternative to buying additional costly cyber-security hardware.
UAS and ISR mission and processes training was delivered to the RJAF’s recently formed ISR Wing. The training was designed to help accelerate the RJAF's ISR and UAS learning through enhancing and improving UAV operations, integration and safety.
Andy Bain, training manager for Inzpire, said: 'Jordan sits at the heart of a complex regional situation that concurrently involves live operations, a large scale humanitarian disaster and major counter terror operations. Combine this with long borders and vast open areas and Jordan faces a complex and dynamic security situation.
'Managing and integrating the assets, processing the huge amounts of collected data, getting that data to the right people at the right time and then acting upon it, is a complex and specialised task that the RJAF must undertake.
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