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Soldiers and commanders plan and execute missions using multiple computer systems, different hardware, different operating systems, databases, applications, and devices.
The technology doesn’t connect together very well.
Today, we’re helping to make these networks and applications work with each other in a way that’s totally transparent, streamlined and easy for soldiers to use.
When you pick up a device today, like a tablet, you expect it to just work, no matter what operating system you’re running.
You expect to be able to access your email, browse the internet, look at a map for driving directions.
And when you get to the computer on your desk, you expect to be able to do all of those things in a familiar way and have your data at your fingertips.It just works. It’s intuitive, it’s easy, it’s simple.
That’s no accident. And that’s the experience General Dynamics C4 Systems is helping the Army create for soldiers through the “COMMON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT.”
The Common Operating Environment – COE [pronounced Koh-E] for short - is helping Soldiers focus on their missions, not on being IT experts.
COE will grant commanders and staff the ability to collaborate seamlessly – with the same applications – the same operational picture – on different platforms and in different locations.
It will allow network support staff to update devices and security without the need for users to do anything – so the network is always on and always available.
By simplifying operating systems and applications and creating a unified user experience.
The COE delivers mission command anytime, anywhere, with any team, on any device.
With a COE, Army developers and network managers will produce high-quality applications quickly, cheaply and across any device, allowing for improved security and streamlined soldier training.
Applications will be designed, developed and deployed on a Common Operating Environment, allowing the end user to download what he needs when he needs it.
With a COE, warfighting capabilities and supporting networks will perform in similar fashions whether they are operated at a command post, to a mobile platform, to a dismounted soldier or garrison whenever they need it, with whatever device is available.
With a shared workspace capability, this will further allow real-time collaborative capabilities to all within the COE.
This enables users separated by large distances to work as if they are standing in the same room, improving coordination, flexibility, and responsiveness across the force.
This gives the warfighter quick and simple ways to manage information and share what they’re seeing up and down the chain of command.
It’s about delivering the right data, at the right time, on the right device – allowing all echelons to make accurate, rapid, and informed decisions and complete their mission successfully.
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