Picture a small group of warfighters going into a contested space—with the confidence of superior situational awareness. They’re using a secure wireless network to share intel with nearby soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines. Each warfighter is connected to the long-range command and control network to send and receive information. And they’re equipped for action with on-demand analytics, smart sensors, and heads-up weapons controls, enhancing their ability to successfully complete the mission against a near-peer adversary.
It’s all made possible with next-generation data solutions from Booz Allen, a set of technologies based on a federated, open architecture approach to enterprise-to-edge data intelligence and designed to be owned by the Department of Defense (DOD).