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Enabling Real-time Data Exchange in the Coalition Battlespace

From the top down, from logistics and C4/I communications to identification friend or foe (IFF) positions and sensor data, the more complete the common operating picture provided by data from every available element within the coalition battlespace, the more effective and efficient coalition operations and command become. However, coalition partner nations have lagged the United States in technological advancement, leaving a gap in communications capabilities. Therefore, enabling real-time data exchange between all partners in the coalition battlespace is the paramount challenge to maintaining an asymmetric information advantage against near peer adversaries in the modern contested environment.

Owl Cyber Defense, in partnership with 4Secure, invites you to join our panel of experts as they discuss the importance of timely, actionable data sharing in the coalition data environment and investigate the latest technologies to enable secure real-time information exchange between partner nations.

During this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Data requirements and sources within the modern contested environment
- The importance of real-time data transfer in the coalition data architecture
- Technologies to enable a complete common operating picture
Recorded Apr 8 2021 54 mins
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Michael Hampson, 3dot; Graham Booth, 2iC; Ken Walker, Owl Cyber Defense; Tom Goodman, Owl Cyber Defense;
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    Michael Hampson, 3dot; Graham Booth, 2iC; Ken Walker, Owl Cyber Defense; Tom Goodman, Owl Cyber Defense;
    From the top down, from logistics and C4/I communications to identification friend or foe (IFF) positions and sensor data, the more complete the common operating picture provided by data from every available element within the coalition battlespace, the more effective and efficient coalition operations and command become. However, coalition partner nations have lagged the United States in technological advancement, leaving a gap in communications capabilities. Therefore, enabling real-time data exchange between all partners in the coalition battlespace is the paramount challenge to maintaining an asymmetric information advantage against near peer adversaries in the modern contested environment.

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