Interim software solution for Australian Army's C2 system may be required for up to three years

by Julian Kerr

An interim software solution from Danish company Systematic is now being used in the Australian Army's digital command-and-control (C2) system and could be needed for up to three years, an Australian parliamentary committee has been told.

This follows the removal from service of battle management system (BMS) software provided by Elbit Systems Australia in mid-May after it failed to achieve Australian Defence Force (ADF) ICT accreditation. The system is part of the multi-billion, multi-tranche Land 200 progamme designed to link sensors, weapon systems, commanders, and their personnel in a networked environment.

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An interim software solution from Danish company Systematic is now being used in the Australian Army...

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