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Connecting forces and equipment gives the collaborative edge over fast-changing risks of hybrid warfare.
To the pilot on an air operation, the threat can come from anywhere: a dusty pickup in the desert armed with a ground-to-air missile or a fifth-generation military fighter from a hostile nation.
Cruising at Mach 1.2 over hostile territory, flight lieutenant Johan is returning from a reconnaissance mission at the controls of the lead aircraft.
The bombing attack on the marketplace seemed all too familiar.
But, this time, there was no suicide bomber; a drone carrying a grenade delivered the deadly blast and the first news on it was fake, with ‘false flags’ leading down blind alleys to dead ends to throw defence forces off the insurgents’ trail.
At the same time , stealth fighters were entering national airspace, in close formation with regular airliners , heading to a political leader summit not far from the market place.
Thales Connectivity, AI and Big Data give airborne communications the edge in facing more complex and varied threats. Read on
With airborne threats growing in volume and complexity, Thales’ AirC4I solution uses advanced connectivity and artificial intelligence for augmented air awareness and more rapid collaborative air combat.