El­bit Sys­tems de­vel­ops digi­tised bat­tle­field C4I

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El­bit Sys­tems has de­vel­oped ex­per­tise in digi­tised bat­tle­field com­mand, con­trol, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, com­puter and in­tel­li­gence (C4I) by ap­ply­ing ad­vanced tech­nolo­gies in com­bi­na­tion with com­mer­cial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hard­ware and soft­ware pack­ages. El­bit em­ploys a tac­ti­cal build­ing-block ap­proach to link var­i­ous ap­pli­ca­tions and lev­els of com­mand im­ple­ment­ing a net-cen­tric con­cept. Con­fig­u­ra­tions com­prise tac­ti­cal com­put­ers, dig­i­tal maps, mes­sage han­dling sys­tems, bor­der surveil­lance, ad­vanced com­mu­ni­ca­tion con­trollers and modems as well as var­i­ous com­po­nents de­vel­oped for cus­tomer-spe­cific needs. El­bit pro­vides soft­ware in­fra­struc­ture and ap­pli­ca­tions for mo­bile and air­borne plat­forms, for the in­di­vid­ual sol­dier, and for head­quar­ters com­mand and con­trol (C2) ap­pli­ca­tions. Based on th­ese core tech­nol­ogy build­ing blocks, it of­fers com­pre­hen­sive in­te­grated so­lu­tions of C4I for land forces at all lev­els. The sys­tems process, man­age and present mas­sive amounts of data ar­riv­ing from var­i­ous sources into a user-friendly for­mat. It also pro­vides a full range of sim­u­la­tors and cus­tomis­able train­ing pro­grammes.

Com­mand, Con­trol and Com­put­ers

El­bit Sys­tems’ ad­vanced net­worked bat­tle man­age­ment sys­tems de­liver im­proved co­or­di­na­tion and plan­ning and rapid clo­sure of the sen­sor-to-shooter loop, pro­vid­ing all branches of the fight­ing force with en­hanced sit­u­a­tional aware­ness and mis­sion-crit­i­cal in­for­ma­tion. Ad­vanced C4ISR so­lu­tions pro­vide end-to-end, in­no­va­tive and in­te­grated sys­tems to all op­er­a­tional lev­els. Au­ton­o­mous C4I ar­rays that im­prove na­tional sit­u­a­tion aware­ness en­able full con­nec­tiv­ity through highly ad­vanced com­mu­ni­ca­tions sys­tems and in­cor­po­rate a va­ri­ety of in­te­grated sen­sor and weapon sys­tems.

Dig­i­tal Army Pro­gramme (DAP)

DAP im­ple­ments ad­vanced com­bat con­cepts that in­crease op­er­a­tional ef­fec­tive­ness and con­nec­tiv­ity through­out all ech­e­lons in all com­bat sit­u­a­tions un­der a uni­fied op­er­a­tional doc­trine.

TORC2H: All-in-one C4I Sys­tem

Cov­ers all army branches and ech­e­lons, en­abling univer­sal sit­u­a­tional aware­ness as well as in-depth col­lab­o­ra­tive mis­sion plan­ning and man­age­ment based on real-time in­for­ma­tion and an al­ways-up­dated common op­er­a­tional pic­ture. TORC2H is the only C4I so­lu­tion to be fully de­ployed and op­er­a­tional in a ma­jor mil­i­tary or­gan­i­sa­tion, the Is­raeli De­fense Force (IDF).

DTAC2: Mo­bile Em­bed­ded C2 Ap­pli­ca­tion for Tac­ti­cal Dis­mounted Units

The DTAC2 sys­tem en­ables all-ter­rain op­er­abil­ity and range – based on dy­namic net­work con­nec­tiv­ity and in­te­grated bat­tle com­mand ca­pa­bil­i­ties – achiev­ing ac­cu­rate and rapid re­ac­tion within the task force mis­sion as­sign­ment. It trans­forms the dis­mounted com­man­der/sol­dier to a force-mul­ti­plier within the task force op­er­a­tion and in­creases their op­er­a­tional ef­fec­tive­ness within the tac­ti­cal force net­work war­fare.

Dom­i­na­tor: In­fantry Com­bat So­lu­tion

An in­te­grated in­fantry com­bat sys­tem en­abling full sit­u­a­tional aware- ness from the in­fantry bat­tal­ion level down to the in­di­vid­ual sol­dier. Dom­i­na­tor dra­mat­i­cally short­ens the sen­sor-to-shooter loop, en­hanc­ing the com­bat ef­fec­tive­ness of the dis­mounted sol­dier.

WinBMS (Weapon-In­te­grated BMS): Net­worked In­te­grated Bat­tle Man­age­ment So­lu­tion

En­hanc­ing the con­nec­tiv­ity and co­or­di­na­tion of the tac­ti­cal level ma­noeu­vring forces, the WinBMS in­creases their lethal­ity and sur­viv­abil­ity. Based on in­te­grated sen­sor and weapon sys­tems, WinBMS pro­vides a full-scale so­lu­tion both at the task force level and within the ar­moured com­bat plat­form, thereby in­creas­ing the com­bat ef­fec­tive­ness of the com­bined force within the dy­namic bat­tle­field.

Com­bat NG: Fully-in­te­grated Mod­u­lar Ar­tillery So­lu­tion

In­cor­po­rates C4I sys­tems and plat­form suite up­grades to es­tab­lish an au­ton­o­mous ar­tillery ar­ray, achiev­ing an ef­fec­tive fire support process.

Air De­fence Com­mand and Con­trol So­lu­tion: In­te­grated Air De­fence C4I So­lu­tions in Pur­suit of Aerial Sovereignty

A com­pre­hen­sive air de­fence (AD) so­lu­tion that pro­vides a host of in­te­grated tools and ca­pa­bil­i­ties for real-time air space surveil­lance, en­gage­ment and in­ter­cep­tion con­trol, air com­mand and con­trol, early warn­ing sys­tems and mis­sion man­age­ment. This AD so­lu­tion in­cor­po­rates radar surveil­lance ar­rays, ground AD units and ground air com­mand and con­trol cen­tres, achiev­ing air space sovereignty within in­te­rior and na­tional aerial zones.

Bor­der De­fence So­lu­tion: Full-scale Bor­der Se­cu­rity

The sys­tem en­ables com­plete real-time con­nec­tiv­ity among the en­tire bor­der de­fence ar­ray and al­lows op­ti­mum co­or­di­na­tion of in­tel­li­gence, surveil­lance and re­con­nais­sance (ISR) ef­forts through­out the na­tional ter­ri­tory op­er­a­tional zones and along the coun­try bor­ders.

Gen­eral HQ So­lu­tion: Com­pre­hen­sive C4I So­lu­tion for All Lev­els of the Com­mand Chain

This pro­vides the joint Gen­eral Staff with an in­te­grated C4I so­lu­tion that sup­ports strate­gic plan­ning and joint com­mand and con­trol at all op­er­a­tional lev­els.

Cri­sis Man­age­ment So­lu­tion: Strate­gic Or­gan­i­sa­tional Man­age­ment So­lu­tion for Dis­as­ter/Emer­gency Preparedness

It equips emer­gency cen­tres with an in­te­grated C4I so­lu­tion to im­prove na­tional cri­sis preparedness and en­hance the con­trol and man­age­ment of rou­tine, cri­sis and emer­gency sit­u­a­tions.

FRONTS So­lu­tion: Cus­tomised C4I So­lu­tion for Mis­sion-crit­i­cal Op­er­a­tions

It pro­vides first-re­spon­ders and res­cue units with an in­te­grated C4I suite in support of the con­trol and mon­i­tor­ing of both rou­tine and res­cue ac­tiv­i­ties.

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