Sharing Data over Challenging Military Networks
This paper describes the challenges for sharing data in deployed environments and how they are then complicated by the performance of the available military networks in ensuring a consistent and holistic view of data.
To mitigate the effect of reduced or unavailable network resources this paper then describes a series of strategies that support information sharing and collaboration.
The use of computers and their networks to support military operations has become a fundamental constituent of modern warfare and planning. All global militaries acknowledge the requirement for embedded computer and network operations at the very core of their campaigns.
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Product Management, iOra Inc
Rear Admiral Philip Wilcocks CB DSC DL
Board Advisor, iOra Software Limited
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