Communications For the military to fully realize the "Digitized Battlefield,"
the future battle space will require that human-operated, autonomous,
and semi-autonomous ground, air/sea platforms and sensors all be
interconnected. This will require an unprecedented level of integration,
cooperation and automation between these assets. Autonomous and
semi-autonomous robotic tactical platforms will reduce the need
for direct human armed combat. Physical agents, such as robotic
weapon platforms, will be ubiquitous in the future battlefield,
significantly lowering the risks to our Warfighters. These physical
agents are to complement future manned systems, and therefore they
must be able to collaborate not only amongst themselves, but also
with their manned partners through networked wireless communications.
of these networked nodes have roles that range from scouting missions
performing reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition
to urban rescue missions. Integrated, multi-agent combat systems
will facilitate increased mobility; survivability, sensor coverage
and information flow through these ad-hoc mobile networks on the
ground or in the air. These autonomous agents need to be connected
over secure and reliable wireless networks with the ability to form
Communications between autonomous vehicles, aircraft and ground
troops in a combat theater setting.
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