13 décembre 2022 | International, C4ISR

Raytheon Intelligence & Space selected to develop a Common Tactical Edge Network for the U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System

CTEN will provide edge networking to help operators enable distributable battle management command and control in highly contested environments to support Joint All-Domain Command and Control

https://www.epicos.com/article/749518/raytheon-intelligence-space-selected-develop-common-tactical-edge-network-us-air

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