Network-Centric Battlefield Operations. AIAA Team 3 -Mike Lunsford -Paul Koerner. Overview. Definition of Network-Centric Warfare (NCW) Why do we need it? Previous Operations Future of network centric battlefields How military transports fit into the battlespace Conclusion. What is NCW?.
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Network-Centric Battlefield Operations
AIAA Team 3
Sensors to collect:
“Will provide the joint and coalition warfighter with a single, end-to-end information system capability… allowing users to access shared data and applications regardless of location, and is supported by a robust network/information-centric infrastructure.”
Supports all DoD, national security, and related intelligence community missions and functions (strategic, operational, tactical, and business), in war and in peace.
Fielded by 2014. Cost estimate: $300 billion
Class I UAV
A waveform is the entire set of radio and/or communications functions that occur from the user input to the radio frequency output and vice versa. There are 9 JTRS waveforms:
Cost per Unit: $10,000 to $270,000
Transformational Satellite Communications System
Fact: A visual image from a UAV that would take 2 minutes to process with the Milstar II satellite system would take less than a second with TSAT
Combat Track II
Electronic Flight Bag
Advanced Wireless Open Data System