SAAB’s RAPID 3D MAPPING for Military Aircraft

RAPID 3D MAPPING is a superior awareness system able to generate three dimensional maps. It processes pictures shot by digital and thermal sensors added to live georeferenced data onboard aircraft; drones; and helicopters.

It was chosen by the SDMA – Swedish Defence Materiel Administration – in order to provide 3D imagery to Gripen simulators last year.

The images can be compared several hours apart to establish whether threats can be considered in the latest analysis. As you can see in this video, the result looks quite accurate and useful for network centric warfare (NCW) purposes:

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Royal Air Force doctrine 2009

BRITISH AIR AND


SPACE POWER DOCTRINE

AP 3000 FOURTH EDITION

© UK Crown copyright 2009

Special thanks to the subscriber who provided the link several months ago.

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Cyberspace operations culture change

 

Commentary by Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff. 5/28/2009- WASHINGTON, D.C

Fellow Airmen,Computer chipset and electronic components

In executing our Air Force mission of fly, fight and win, our Airmen, civilians and contractors, knowingly or unknowingly, engage daily on the cyber battlefield. Computers and personal electronic devices connected to our networks can simultaneously be powerful tools and critical vulnerabilities. At times, our networks have been compromised by multiple means: Malware hidden in emails, virus-corrupted thumb drives, and media moved incorrectly between networks. We can prevent these events with due consideration and proper procedures, but in the past, we’ve regarded network protection and security as the « comm guy’s job, » and as a user inconvenience. This must no longer be the case.

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