Interoperability and Deployability of Integrated Logistics Systems to Support the Modern Military

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New capabilities afforded by web-based technologies and the burgeoning digitization of the battlefield have positioned the modern military to adopt complete cross-service logistics solutions.

This ‘interoperability’ is mandatory for future Integrated Logistics System (ILS) projects to achieve Total Asset Visibility. Equally vital is the necessity for a proper ILS to include a deployable aspect. This paper discusses the importance of ILS ‘deployability’ to enable ‘foxhole to factory’ supply chain capability.

Source: Miro Technologies