Digital Battlespace is the only dedicated publication delivering news, information and analysis for the global C4ISR community. The bi-monthly publication and dedicated online news service extend Shephard’s existing services to the global C4ISR community, and reinforce the success of the company’s related handbooks and events.
The DB team delivers timely news, analysis and comment on the pressing issues facing the C4ISR community. The magazine is delivered to a hand-picked audience of government and military decision-makers and opinion leaders throughout the globe and the audience keep in touch with issues on a day to day basis through the dedicated www.digital-battlespace.com portal.
Through Shephard’s team of in house journalists and expansive, global network of dedicated correspondents, DB covers the widest possible range of issues of concern to the C4ISR practitioners, covering everything from sensor development to network generation, through concepts of operation to procurement practices.
Whether you are an expert wanting to know the challenges facing the C4ISR community, or a company wanting to reach the right decision-makers, DB is the only magazine that you can rely on to deliver.
Solutions bring new problems
• South Korea mulls extra AEW&C aircraft
• Gladius looks to future technology
• Will GD open up Bowman for Morpheus transition?
• US Army to expand cyber protection
• Belarus unveils new air surveillance radar
EYES ABOVE THE SURFACE
The advent of non-hull penetrating optronic mast systems has opened up new opportunities to submarine designers and operators alike.
While the jamming and counter-jamming industries look to employ the latest technological advancements to overcome one another, some manufacturers are pushing combined capabilities.
A unified battle management system is crucial in achieving successful operations in-theatre.
SCANNING THE SEABED
The introduction of AUVs to the military mainstream is driving the development of enhanced sonar payloads to perform seabed mapping and object classification.
The unique nature of the contemporary operating environment in Israel continues to provide the IDF with stringent mission requirements in the area of tactical communications.
MULTITUDE OF NETWORKS
With NATO encountering a growing number of cross-cultural challenges, a fusion of its ISR assets is needed.
EDGE OF THE FUTURE
With the UK’s Morpheus programme looming on the horizon, software and systems provider Systematic is positioning itself to offer software that can integrate with existing and potential future communications systems. Tim Fish talks to Helen Birchall, senior manager of business development at the company.
(EW Saudi Arabia, AOC Annual)
• Mobile ad-hoc networking
• Air defence networks
• Data management
• Earth observation GEOINT
• Air defence radar
• Naval BMS
• Naval radar
• Asian tactical comms
• Special mission aircraft
(SOFIC, CANSEC, ILA Berlin, Eurosatory
• Defence IT Infrastructure
• Urban terrain awareness
(Farnborough International Airshow)
• Soldier modernisation
• Tactical air networks
• SATCOM Part 2
• Ruggedised computing Part 1
(Milcom, Euronaval, EW Asia, Indo Defence, Radar)
• Naval C2
• Ruggedised computing Part 2
(AOC Annual, I/ITSEC)
• EW – jamming
• Army battle management
• Sub surface comms
Digital Battlespace is part of the C4ISR division in Shephard's internationally renowned publishing portfolio.
DB has circulation of over 8,800 and each printed copy has a 4 times pass on readership. (Adestra Readership Survey 2010).
Circulation has been further enhanced with the launch of our free digital editions service.
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