Britain Getting New Air C2 System

BERLIN—The British government has selected IBM to deliver a new air command-and-control computer system to support the policing of UK airspace. Under the UK’s Project Guardian—valued at up to £80 million ($111 million) over the next five years, the system will network British radar sites and...

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