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Design principles for a modern Tactical Command, Control and Communication (TC3)
Missions and operations in the framework of security and defense are nowadays carried out by multi-force and multi-agency coalitions (joint and combined) at national and multi-national level in a wide variety of contexts. The constantly changing nature of missions and operations, the emersion of new threats, budget constraints and growing reluctance of the public opinion to spend on expensive defence programmes require to adapt and build new operational capabilities into modern Tactical Command, Control and Communication (TC3) systems. For this reason requirements for TC3 systems are no longer system-based but capability-based and are influenced by network-centric paradigms, no longer by platform-centric ones. As an example, systems should be developed on service oriented architectures and based on the integration of standard, interoperable, scalable, secure and reliable building blocks. This modern approach has a deep impact on all procurement and development processes, design of system architectures, adoption of technologies and provision of integration and capability tests. Systems should provide their capabilities in dual and multi-use scenarios in peacetime, crisis and wartime and in order to achieve this goal, proper design principles must be leveraged
Frisoni Daniele, Graziano Antonio, Liburdi Alessio, Sacchet Andrea, Timmoneri Luca, Vigilante Domenico, Farina Alfonso
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IAMD 2019 - Conferenza di Difesa Aerea e Missilistica Integrata 3AF (14-16 Maggio 2019, Roma, Italia)
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