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NATO selects SitaWare Headquarters as its Future Land C2 Capability

Vice Admiral Frank Trojahn, Danish Military Rep. to NATO & EU, Michael Holm, Systematic Founder and Chairman of the Board, and General Manager, NCI Agency Ludwig Decamps
Vice Admiral Frank Trojahn, Danish Military Rep. to NATO & EU, Michael Holm, Systematic Founder and Chairman of the Board, and General Manager, NCI Agency Ludwig Decamps

NATO’s land forces will benefit from an enhanced command and control application with the signing of a contract between Systematic and the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) for the provision of its Future Land Command and Control (C2) capability (FLC2).


Systematic’s SitaWare Headquarters software was selected as part of a competitive tender process and provides world-leading command and control capabilities. Principal among these is the provision of seamless interoperability and the rapid, reliable sharing of information among coalition partners.


The FLC2 project, also known as ‘DEMETER’ includes the implementation of the software into the NATO Command Structure, as well as the provision of initial training support, marking a step-change in operational capability for the Alliance..


SitaWare Headquarters is used by more than 50 (fifty) countries worldwide and is a trusted force multiplier. Its proven ability unites armed services and ensures efficient communications and decision-making from the command right to the tactical edge. SitaWare Headquarters will also greatly increase interoperability between not only NATO and its member states, but across all Western allies.


Commitment to modernisation

Sven Trusch, Managing Director of Systematic’s German subsidiary said NATO would improve its operational efficiency across its land forces through the use of its software.


“We are delighted to sign the contract with NATO as the Future Land C2 capability,” he said. “Systematic is at the forefront of technological advancements in command and control and we are looking forward to a fruitful partnership in providing NATO’s command structures with this new capability.”


“We are also committed to the full implementation of SitaWare Headquarters, which will ensure a smooth transition to this new capability and provide access to the full range of its operational features.”


The contract also represents a further milestone in the long-standing relationship between Systematic and NATO. For the past decade, Systematic’s IRIS application has provided the de facto standard for military messaging, making national information systems interoperable with joint and coalition partners.


“This partnership with Systematic will provide the NATO war-fighter with the capability for enhanced battle-management C2 and situational awareness, as well as improved interoperability across the NATO Functional Area Services”, Will Leeming, DEMETER Project Manager at NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency said.


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