3D maps: Airborne ISR pins down key tech

Contributor: Andrew Elwell
Posted: 11/24/2011
3D maps: Airborne ISR pins down key tech
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The role of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) in airborne operations is rapidly evolving and becoming an increasingly mission-critical component for the armed forces as it looks to improve interoperability and situational awareness. Speaking to Defence IQ today, Saab’s Michael Olofsson, Director, Sales & Marketing for

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Andrew Elwell
Contributor: Andrew Elwell