Gain Access to Strategic Intelligence via Tactical Networks
A team developing the led Distributed Common Ground System -
Army (DCGS-A) has developed and demonstrated technology for
users of the U.S. Army's battlefield networks that allows access
to actionable intelligence from virtually anywhere in the field.
Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) and teammates General Dynamics
(NYSE: GD), Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), and Science Applications
International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) were chartered by the U.S. Army
to integrate multiple, existing intelligence, surveillance and
reconnaissance (ISR) systems into the DCGS-A 'portal' like system.
Further developing the operating model, the team demonstrated
and tested a new query based model enabling users to access
the vast information resources available with DCGS-A, including
the Army's Joint STARS Common Ground System, the Joint STARS
Work Station, the Human Domain Work Station, the Digital Terrain
Support System, the Integrated Meteorological System, the V3
Joint Intelligence Operations Capability - Iraq (JIOC-I) work
suites and selected components of the Navy's DCGS Multi-Intelligence
Segment integrated with the DCGS Integration Backbone (DIB).