Military operations have become increasingly data-driven due to the multiplication of sensors and effectors in all five dimensions: land, air, naval, space and cyber. To understand better, decide faster and act more effectively than the adversary in national deployments or in coalition, being able to leverage these amounts of data has become a crucial requirement.
When it comes to correlating and merging distributed data, cloud technologies are a must-have. They make it possible to create a pool of multi-source data that can be harnessed using remote, shared and scalable storage and computation capacities. Thales is drawing on its expertise to adapt civil cloud technologies to the military environment.
Nexium Defence Cloud enables Armed Forces to adapt their Communications and Information Systems (CIS) infrastructure quickly and easily to the operational situation (deployment of services, communities of interest, etc.) thanks to mission-oriented and automated management tools. It enhances efficiency, accelerates manoeuvres and enables joint forces commanders to prepare missions in days, deploy in hours and adapt in minutes with limited expertise.
From the home country to the theatre of operations, the benefits
provided by Nexium Defence Cloud in terms of data-driven operations
and manoeuvrability enable command post system to maintain
information superiority and dominate their adversary.