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Command Vehicles get a Haircut

Cobham introduced today an Integrated Communications Environment (ICE) that allows for an optimised integration of multiple radios on command vehicles, improving communication effectiveness and reducing antennae count on such vehicles.

Gulf C4iSR 2010 Communications Event Planned For 1 February 2010

GULF C4iSR 2010
February 1st – 3rd 2010
Armed Officers Club, Abu Dhabi
www.gulfc4i.com

With patronage from the UAE Air Force and with support from the UAE Armed Forces, GULF C4ISR will return in 2010 to once again deliver mission critical information and promote interoperability and cooperation in the GULF region.

Running for the first time in January 2009 in Abu Dhabi and attracting over 250 attendees, GULF C4ISR was the biggest and most successful military communication event in the regions history. With over 100 attendees from the UAE Armed Forces, Air Force and Air Defence, GULF C4ISR hosted presentations from international and regional C4I,NEC and NCW experts.

Early confirmed speakers participants will meet and learn from at GULF C4iSR in 2010 include:

– Major Dr Mohamed Alahbabi, Information Communication Technology (ICT) Advisor, General Headquarters, UAE
– Bruno Monfils, President, UAE Centre of Excellence
– Major General Floyd L. Carpenter, Commander, 8th Air Force, Air Combat Command, and Commander, JFCC-Global Strike
– Lt Gen Carroll Pollett, Director, Defense Information Systems Agency, US DoD
– Major General Hines, Director, NATO C3 Agency
– Bert Van Domselaar Branch Chief – Information services NATO HQ C3

To find out more, to request a brochure or to register call on +44 (0)20 7368 9465 or email [email protected]

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U.S. Navy Selects BAE Systems-Led Team to Provide Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Targeting System

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SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A BAE Systems-led team will partner with the military to develop the U.S. Navy’s primary intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, and targeting (ISR&T) system. Under a $72 million contract from PEO C4I PMW 120, the team will enhance the current version of the Distributed Common Ground System-Navy and continue to transition DCGS-N to an application-based system through the DCGS-N Prime Mission Product. Making ISR&T data visible, accessible, and understandabl



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