Mission Command Software Testing
200122-A-A1422-004.JPG Photo By: Army Geospatial Center

Jan 22, 2020
Army Installation - Project Manager Mission Command, which is part of Program Executive Office Command, Control and Communications -Tactical, software capabilities are simulated in a physical model within the geospatial knowledge center just outside the D.C. beltway. Within the NODE, multiple computing environments act as a microcosm of the Army’s Geospatial Enterprise. This space allows research, development and repair of systems like NetWarrior, an integrated dismounted leader Situational Awareness system used during combat operations.


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