Military

Persistent Systems supports Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System experiment

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Persistent Systems has successfully supported the U.S. Air Force's second Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) On-Ramp Experiment, which took place under the auspices of U.S. Space, Strategic and Northern Commands. Unlike the traditional platform-centric program with a prime contractor, ABMS brings together dozens of companies in a multi-billion-dollar effort to build a military internet of things. The goal is to connect computers, sensors and shooters at machine-speed, thus fulfilling the U.S. Department of Defense's vision of Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). Taking place at multiple military sites, ABMS On-Ramp 2 simulated an attack on U.S. national infrastructure. Adrien
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MoD acquires nano drone tech with UAVTEK program

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The UK MoD has taken delivery of the new nano drone tech. UAVTEK, a UK-based SME has developed and provided UK forces with its latest Nano Drone technology after winning the drone program.  The UK MoD recently went to tender for a new Nano drone to support UK forces and after winning a bid, UAVTEK came top overall. This beat FLIR with the Black Hornet 3. The Bug Nano drone provides evidence that a Nano drone can not only stand up to heavy wind, but is also able to compete with its bigger brothers. This 191g UAV provides the operator
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