Cyber- and electronic weaponry are rapidly moving to the head of the line as operational users of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data. The U.S. Army has grasped the idea that to enable success of digital weapons on the battlefield, ISR must be available to find emitters, identify them, map the networks they operate with and precisely locate the nodes of importance for digital or electronic attack or exploitation. That transformation is already underway here at ...


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