Netherlands wants 'smarter' GBAD software and data fusion among new capabilities

Netherlands wants 'smarter' GBAD software and data fusion among new capabilities

Air and missile defence has grown in importance for nations around the world: as the threats to national security and infrastructure have increased dramatically in recent years. The exacerbation of potential flashpoints around the world, from the Middle East to Eastern Europe and beyond have seen nations move swiftly to upgrade legacy systems and to increase the potency of their current defences. Colonel Peter Gielen, commanding officer at Netherlands Ground Based Air Defence Command, spoke to Defence IQ about the priorities and pressures on his 2016 agenda...


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