Conventional C4I networks have been built on top of military communications systems, linking sensors, weapons and command posts. Recent developments in the technology that improve its ease of use, coupled with the increasing digitization of the battlefield, however, are extending the capabilities and benefits of C4I (command, control, communications, computers and intelligence) down to individual soldiers. With this as a backdrop, Thales Land and Joint Systems has unveiled a strategy to ...

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