SitaWare secures lucrative Army Battle Management System contract
The Capability Acquisition & Sustainment Group (CASG) has revealed that Systematic’s SitaWare software has been announced as the sole-source winner for Army’s new digital command and control battle management system.
The decision comes following the first pass approval of LAND 200 Phase 3 Battlefield Command Systems project in mid-July which is designed to improve the security and performance of Defence’s tactical communications network and battle management systems.
Defence said the implementation of this new battlefield command and control system “will increase the speed and quality of decision making, which is essential to success in military operations. The new system will also improve communication and coordination within Army and between the land, sea, air, space, and cyber elements of the Australian Defence Force”.
The SitaWare suite offers C4ISR solutions for battle management across the entire battlespace – on land, at sea, in the air, or in the joint domain.
Systematic’s SitaWare suite of capabilities provides a combat proven, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software, delivering command-and-control capabilities and seamless interoperability, which will enable Defence to share information with coalition partners.