The role of jHub: Delivering world class technology and talent rapidly into the hands of military users
In this exclusive interview conducted ahead of this year’s Land ISR & C2 Battle Management, Adrian Holt, Innovation Scout at jHub and speaker at the event discusses the need to accelerate the defence acquitision process in order to enable militaries to maintain a capability advantage over potential adversaries. Download this exclusive interview to hear more from Adrian about:
- The importance of accelerating the acquisition of COTS solutions and technologies from non-traditional defence companies into the hands of military users
- How jHub supports SMEs in entering the defence market
- The awareness and openness of militaries towards COTS technology and innovative solutions provided by SMEs
- The key technological innovations that can help NATO and allied troops to remain a step ahead of near-peer opponents
The Australian Army's modernisation programme: Retaining information advantage in the future operating environment
One focus of the Australian Army’s massive modernisation programme is to leverage emerging technologies and disruptive innovations to enhance ISR capabilities across the joint force. Download this interview with Brigadier Ian Langford, Director General Future Land Warfare of the Australian Army and speaker at this year’s Land ISR & C2 Battle Management conference to learn more about:
- The Australian Army’s near, mid and long-term capability development vision to retain the information advantage in the future operating environment
- The technological enablers/disruptive innovation that will enable the Australian Army to maintain the competitive edge in hybrid warfare
- How the digitisation of current C3 systems will impact the ISR capabilities of the Australian Army
This market report provides a comprehensive view of current programmes and future requirements of land-based ISR capabilities on the global scale. Download the report to find out more about nations that will be present at the conference and many more, such as:
- Australia’s Joint Project 2096 Phase I ISR integration
- Canada’s replacement of its fleet of COYOTE 8x8 vehicle and RG-31 Mk3 NYALA 4x4 vehicles
- Colombia’s investment in the creation of command and control centres
- The UK’s Skynet 6 programme
- The US Army’s JLTV programme
The fast-moving environment in which land forces operate presents them with an uncertain and complex future and C2ISR assets will need to adapt to enable successful operations.
In this exclusive infographic, more than 250 subject matter experts in the regular and special forces communities share their perspectives on the industry solutions currently available on the market, their operational challenges they face, what requirements they have and what they see as emerging disruptive C2ISR technology.
This Market Forecast intelligence report covers the Airborne ISR Platforms & Payloads market; who demands those capabilities; who is developing technologies to meet that demand; which technologies are most promising and which are not; and which buyers will favour which capabilities. The forecast covers the entire period to 2025 but also displays the...
Today's threats to the military is posed by both non-state and near-peer actors, coupled with the emergence of 'multi-domain' concepts of operation. Nations need to adapt their ISR strategy to mitigate risks created by an ever-changing land domain.
Ahead of the inaugural Land ISR, Defence IQ put together this complimentary market report with key programmes and requirements for countries from all over the world, a few of which will attend the conference: the U.K., the U.S., Colombia, Poland, Croatia, Thailand and many more.
Land Force Integration, ISR Operations and Procurement: Insights from the Spanish Joint Special Operations Command
Special Operations Forces are highly effective on their own, but integrating them into wider conventional land force operations, particularly in the context of ISR and battle management, remains a challenge.
A few years ago, Spain approved the creation of the Spanish Joint Special Operations Command to respond to the need to enhance interoperability among the different Special Operations Forces.
Ahead of the inaugural Land ISR &C2 Battle Management conference, Defence IQ had the privilege to talk to Major General Jaime Iñiguez Andrade, Commander of Spanish Joint Special Operations Command and speaker at the event. In this exclusive interview, he gives us an expert insight into the role of the newly formed Joint Special Operations Command and their role in creating a joint doctrine for all Special Operations Forces, as well as the main challenges they face in regards to C2ISR.
Defence IQ surveyed over 200 people within the Intelligence community, from government and military employees to solution providers and academics. This survey report gives an insight into the collective feeling about current focus areas for ISR & C2 BM, and the interaction between the government and other industries on ISR & C2 BM solutions.
This year, land ISR capabilities have been a vital resources to deployed troops on the Middle East battlefields, by providing them with situational awareness and enabling them to achieve the desired effect. While the acquisition still remains strongly focused on today's challenges, both governments and industry are starting to turn towards tomorrow's fights.
Each year, Defence IQ provides the community with an extensive and comprehensive global market report on active programmes and emerging acquisitions of ISR capabilities and aicraft holdings. Discover in this report key programmes from countries that will be present at this year's Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management conference, such as Brazil, the UK, the US, France, Turkey and Jordan.