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Gerhard Heiming

Greek software specialist Scytalys has been contracted by the Indonesian Ministry of Defence to deliver an interoperable Command, Control and Communications (C3) system to the Indonesian Armed Forces. The €39m contract provides for the development of a national Datalink system as well as a centralised C3 system and the integration of the command centres of all branches of the armed forces within a time frame of three years. This will be complemented by an integrated remote monitoring and surveillance system to further improve situational awareness and interoperability. The programme will define the national interoperability framework for the Indonesian Armed Forces and pave the way for them to meet their requirements and objectives in the area of network-centric operations, which are so urgently needed in modern warfare.