Special Operations Forces Units Test Alliance C4ISR System
From 21 to 25 May at the Losvido training ground (Vitebsk region), the Valor and Mastery competition was held among the soldiers of the special operations forces. The tests included a theory check, combat and special training standards, orientation in unfamiliar terrain, landing, overcoming an obstacle course, etc. During the competition, special operations soldiers tested the Alliance automated control system of the ground forces developed by the specialists of BSVT – New Technologies LLC.
This battle control system was used by the organisers of the competition not only to control the movement of scouts on the move, but also allowed the soldiers to orient themselves in unfamiliar terrain. Note that the Alliance C4ISR System is designed in such a way that it is quite simple to understand it. The interface is built intuitively and clearly. It has several active buttons, such as “chat”, “microphone”, “marking new marks on the map”, “location”, etc. Settings also imply sharing access to the commander’s and subordinate’s information. In addition, various devices can be integrated into the system: sights, quadrocopters, optoelectronic devices, robotic combat systems and multiple launch rocket systems. Gadgets of the Alliance C4ISR System operate within two ranges - GSM and VHF, which significantly improves the quality of reception / transmission of information. And the presence of 256-bit encryption provides reliable data protection against hacking.
The leadership and participants of the Valor and Mastery competitions highly appreciated the work of the Alliance automated control system of the ground forces and gave it positive ratings.