The new system allows the transport of trucks to predict ahead of time
Reaching the area considered dangerous in real time: “the system will provide better situation commanders from the field”
תאריך: 31/07/2012, 12:30
מחבר: אלעד לביא, אט”ל
The new system is developing technological and logistics, allow transport of trucks to predict ahead of time to the area considered dangerous – in real time. The new system is based on a non-system technology (computer task forces HomeFront –), technological measures showing aerial accurate and give status in real time.
The system was used by the non-profit rescue in earthquake in Haiti — in situ system map
Of the site, and they were able to navigate their way. Furthermore, the system allows you to receive real-time updates to report damaged areas, and to analyze the situation on the ground.
Two years later, with some improvements, in the middle-end units. The pilot cooperation held last week during an exercise of the Center. During the attempt of freight bound battalions in mobility equipment and troops throughout the country. “The soldiers ‘ main transport centre is the neck,” explained, Center Commander Col. Joanie, noting that “the center of neck injuries such as smoke rockets fell and blocked roads.
‘ Non-profit ‘ could give commanders a better situation image transfer of what is happening around them.
System user can see the positions of leadership throughout the country and at the same time get war updates on dangerous points. For example, the system will warn him about the location of chemical and missile area of potential risk – shortly after the incident. The spine can settle down, and roads.
In addition, the system is equipped with additional capabilities, such as live video from, and save the data presented until 2 weeks back. “These abilities can be used not only on the operative”, specify the system implements the home front command, Maj. NIR Oren. “Thanks to monitoring of the resulting information, investigate and study of the land was much more effective.
Translated from Hebrew