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By Graham Grose, IFS
Despite an uncertain business climate, defense spending in the upcoming years is forecasted to remain in alignment with previous years; in some regions the figure is even escalating. Three specific initiatives will drive the future of defense logistics and build that all-important digital backbone for military – live-asset usage data, disconnected or “anywhere” military operations, and sustainability goals.
By Matt Medley, IFS
Demand for a more distributed operational model has reached an all-time high; the pressure is now on military organizations to transform the requirement into a successful working model. While disconnected operations aim to reduce exposure, making organizations less susceptible to a single physical attack, they definitely carry some major logistical and connectivity issues. The right software architecture, tools, and processes can connect military personnel and commanders with their needed data during planned or unplanned disconnected operations.
WASHINGTON. The U.S. Navy announced that it has chosen Lockheed Martin and enterprise applications company IFS to deliver an intelligent maintenance solution that will aim to help power its digital transformation of multiple legacy systems into a single modernized logistics information system.