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US Army expands use of SitaWare

09 February 2018

The US Army is to broaden its use of Systematic’s SitaWare command-and-control (C2) software suite and will use it as the backbone of its developing Mounted Computing Environment (MCE), Jane’s has learned.

The MCE is one of the elements of the army’s Common Operating Environment (COE), which also includes the Command Post CE (CP CE) and the Dismounted CE.

SitaWare consists of three interoperable and scalable segments: SitaWare Headquarters (HQ), designed for use in command posts (CPs) and HQs at battalion level and above; SitaWare Frontline, a battle management system intended principally for use in vehicles at battalion and below; and SitaWare Edge for the dismounted user.

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