sábado, 14 de enero de 2012

Nett Warrior



Información sobre la situación del campo de batalla en un miniHUD en las gafas    (alguien se acuerda del "Ghost Recon"?)   o en un display tipo tablet    (alguien se acuerda del GPS "Rhino"?). 
A elegir.

Misión : dar a las pequeñas unidades información de la situación operacional.
Es un sistema de alerta situacional para líderes de unidades a pie.
Con navegación avanzada e información compartida, podrán eludir combates fratricidas y cumplir más eficientemente sus misiones.
Muestra la posición de las unidades, comunicándose a través de radio y ayudando a la toma de decisiones.



Mission : Provides overwatch operational capabilities to all ground combat Soldiers and small unit operations.
The Nett Warrior (NW) is an integrated dismounted leader situational awareness (SA) system for use during combat operations. The system provides unparalleled SA to the dismounted leader, allowing for faster and more accurate decisions in the tactical fight. With advanced navigation, SA, and information sharing capabilities, leaders are able to avoid fratricide and are more effective and more lethal in the execution of their combat missions. The NW program focuses on the development of the SA system, which has the ability to graphically display the location of an individual leader’s location on a digital geo-referenced map image. Additional Soldier and leader locations are also displayed. NW is connected through a secure radio that will send and receive information from one NW to another, thus connecting the dismounted leader to the network. These radios will also connect the
equipped leader to higher echelon data and information products to assist in decision making and situational understanding. Soldier position location information will be added to the network via interoperability with the Army’s Rifleman Radio capability. All of this will allow the leader to easily see, understand, and interact in the method that best suits the user and the particular
mission. NW will optimize and integrate capabilities while reducing the Soldier’s combat load and logistical footprint.




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