Battlefield Object Control via Internet Architecture
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The motivation of this study is to reach the goal of information and competition superiority for the future battlefield. We develop an adaptive C4ISR system, called Realtime Object Control System (ROCS), for military needs by integrating the following information transformation technologies: Global Positioning System (GPS), Geographic Information System (GIS), Battlefield Information Transmission System (BITS), and Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). The basic architecture of the ROCS includs three parts: the front-end position system, the GPRS (General Packet Radio Server) (2.5) & 3G telecommunication system, and the rear-end control center. Users can command and control battlefield objects via this transformation architecture. Finally, we describe an application of the ROCS to the vehicle object control that has been designed and executes well in the IP-based operational environment.
Proc. of the 2002 Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA. (no page numbers).
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