C4ISTAR


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C4ISTARCommand, Control, Communications, Computers, Information/Intelligence, Surveillance, Targeting Acquisition and Reconnaissance
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The following segments are covered in the research: manned platforms and unmanned platforms with sub-segments covering C4ISTAR, and training and simulation.
Launched in November 2008, Digital Battlespace magazine is the only dedicated publication delivering news, information and analysis for the global C4ISTAR community.
The conference provides a forum for attendees from the defense and intelligence communities in Europe participating in net centric warfare programs such as complex C4ISTAR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance) systems to learn how to address their unrelenting need to manage massive amounts of data culled from multiple sources (data fusion).
General Dynamics UK led a key MoD Defence Technology Centre research consortium and, together with a growing C4I export programme, plays a central role manufacturing and developing technology to deliver network enabled capability and C4ISTAR in the battlespace.
The TDP Programme will also use a number of other suppliers, some of which have already been selected, including the supply of flight control computing from BAE Systems Australia, one of the few non UK developments expected in the programme and support from BAE Systems Integrated System Technologies (INSYTE) with C4ISTAR related work.
Their capabilities will strengthen General Dynamics UK's C4ISTAR offerings in a wide range of areas and will enable us to expand the breadth of products and services we provide to existing and new customers alike.
The conference provides a forum for attendees from the defense and intelligence communities participating in net centric warfare programs such as complex C4ISTAR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance) systems to learn how to address their unrelenting need to manage massive amounts of data culled from multiple sources (data fusion).
In this new position, he will focus on the strategic direction of Northrop Grumman's activities in the defence and civil IT, C4ISTAR and counter-IED markets in the UK, mainland Europe and its export markets.