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JCSys support Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to evaluate Model Based Capability Development using Nordic Battle Group 11 as MODAF pilot project Nov 2011 6.5mb .pdf
JCSys support Swedish Defence Materiel (FMV) investigating processes and techniques for employing Model Based Capability Development in Procurement Nov 2011 5.8mb .pdf
JCSys support Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to describe the requirements that enable Swedish Armed Forces to perform Close Air Support (CAS) missions in national and NATO coalition scenarios Nov 2011 5.2mb .pdf
In this featured article, John Curtis, Managing Director of JCSys Ltd, considers the different elements which contribute towards and need to be managed effectively in support of the production and sustainment of an Air Picture upon which tactical decisions can be made within the context of battle management. Sep 2011 4.7mb .pdf
Having supported customers in the TDL domain for well over 30 years, John Curtis, Managing Director of JCSys Ltd, is well positioned to offer advice on all matters associated with TDLs. In this featured article, John offers his thoughts on how Link 16 evolution can satisfy all tactical data exchange requirements for many years to come, thereby removing the need to migrate to new technologies which will inevitably pose significantly greater cost, due to platform integration, than it would to sustain Link 16. Sep 2011 3.9mb .pdf
JCSys support to Strategic and Knowledge Management Pte, Singapore in the provision of Air Battle Management training to military and civilian participants. Included airspace control, TST, tasking, the space environment, TDLs, airborne C2, UASs. Course delivery was 25-28 April 2011 April 2011 4.2mb .pdf
JCSys support Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to model current and planned Gripen reconnaissance capabilities, procedures and configurations to inform development planning, highlight interdependencies and act as a training aid for operational reconnaissance personnel. May 2011 4.3mb .pdf