National Armed Forces command management capability development project

Understanding the battlefield situation, the rapid, efficient exchange of information between the strategic, operational and tactical levels is an essential precondition for the success of defence operations. Command and communication systems must be designed to operate in a variety of environments, including situations where the systems are subject to various interference suppressions, loss of GPS signals, and other forms of electronic warfare attack. At the same time, the command and control system must ensure the security of information against interception and other forms of manipulation.

Within the framework of the National Armed Forces command management capability development project, the establishment of the National mission network and the acquisition of material and technical means to ensure the viability of command points, maintenance and development of communication and information systems are being continued, as well as the implementation of the National Armed Forces' command management system software continues to ensure the implementation of joint multinational operations.