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Network Centric Warfare – a newly emerging military doctrine

Aeronautics is carefully active in the growth and development of Network Centric Warfare (NCW), or Network Centric Operations (NCO), a recently emerging military doctrine that aims to take advantage of technical advances in it and telecommunications to enhance situational awareness and also the speed of decision-making.

The vision for Network Centric Warfare would be to provide seamless use of timely information to any or all war fighters and decision-makers at each echelon within the military hierarchy. This permits all elements, including individual infantry soldiers, ground vehicles, command centers, aircraft and naval vessels, to talk about the data collected to become combined right into a coherent, accurate picture from the battlefield.

Getting rapid use of reliable situational awareness along with a relevant common operational picture leads to faster proper planning and much more effective tactical decisions. Targets could be more quickly detected and intercepted, and tragic “friendly fire” occasions could be more effectively prevented.

Aeronautics develops and gives most of the advanced systems and communications setups, which form important elements for experienceing this Network Centric Warfare goal, including:

Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) sensors, installed on manned or unmanned airborne, ground or seagoing platforms. These ISR sensors may be employed in the visible, infrared or radar spectra.

Control stations for the whole process of unmanned platforms and distribution of tactical data.

Reliable communications links.

Sophisticated control software interface, enabling all tactical elements to become found on continuously updated digital map.

Integration of surveillance video, from manned or unmanned ISR platforms, with digital map.

Man-portable or vehicle installed Remote Video Terminals (RVT), for direct reception of ISR video and telemetry by mobile ground forces

Airborne Rf (RF) relay systems for range extension.

Central towards the Network Centric Warfare concept is system compatibility and interoperability. The various elements inside a Network Centric Warfare system must have the ability to interface and ‘talk’ to one another when the system will be effective. Aeronautics achieves this through unified systems architecture, in line with the outstanding UMAS, a universal unit that mixes all full flight control, navigation, payload control and communications functions on a single 32-bit processor. The UMAS is featured in most Aeronautics’ ISR platforms and control stations.

Network Centric Warfare is really a major tactical and proper indisputable fact that requires careful, detailed planning, integration and training. Aeronautics’ personnel include experienced engineers and expert Israeli Defense Forces’ Reserve Officials using their own understanding to construct the perfect methods to customer needs.

It ought to be noted the concepts and systems of Network Centered Warfare are relevant to any or all amounts of conflict, from Full Scale Land Battles right through to Low Intensity Conflict, also to civilian scenarios, including such situations as Border Security, Quest for Suspects, Traffic Control and check and Save.

An example a Network Centered Warfare systems may be the Tactical UAV.

Aeronautics Defense Systems was lately awarded an agreement by General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems for provision of the UAV Control System and operation from the Aerostar Tactical UAV. The machine is going to be deployed at Las Cruces, Boise State Broncos, included in the NMSU UAV Technology Analysis and Applications Center (TAAC). The Aerostar will support UAV Operations, Training/Certification, and Sensor Technology Development. Aeronautics Defense Systems includes a proper alliance with General Dynamics in ST. PETERSBURG, Fla, USA for unmanned systems.

Tactical UAV – The Aerostar

The Aerostar UAV System is going to be open to support US Mexican southern Border Surveillance missions and it is presently deployed in many countries for border surveillance and demanding asset pressure protection.

The Aerostar Tactical UAV, initially coded in cooperation using the Israeli Intelligence Corps, has accrued a large number of effective operational hrs around the world

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