Manuel Esteve Domingo

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Friendly Force Tracking Systems (FFTS) are the lowest echelon command and control information systems (C2IS) in any army command and control architecture. Their initial goal is to provide near real-time information about own troops position. However, in foreseeable current empty battlefields as well as in asymmetric confrontations at least two extra(More)
Generally, current military command and control information systems aim is to elaborate the Common Operational Picture (COP) focused on the higher hierarchical levels, from battalion level and upwards. However, in majority of present conflicts, including peacekeeping missions, many operations are carried by small units like platoons and downwards. It would(More)
SIMACOP is a command and control system for small units in the friendly force tracking systems domain which has self-inspection and autopoietic capabilities to achieve robustness, agility and flexibility in the development of missions as well as to enhance shared situational awareness as a result of global adaptation. The system is composed of several(More)
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