Blue Bear – SatCom functionality added to swarming command and management system – Drones Information
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Blue Bear is pleased to announce the addition of a new satellite communications function (SatCom) to its Centurion Multi-Domain Fractionated Swarming Command and Control (C2) system.
With Centurion, users can control single, multiple or swarms of drones from anywhere in the world from a single command center or from multiple localized, field-deployed locations.
Centurion can be used in fully mobile vehicles that can be used on site, such as B. the MMCS from Blue Bear, which was recently upgraded with the Satcom function. Hence, Centurion can now be used anywhere in the world to control UxVs.
Using Blue Bear’s SmartConnectTM technology, any UAV, UGV, UPS, UxV, or manned asset, including individual soldiers, can be transferred to Centurion technology via their individual communication systems using Satcom – using Satcom – as a versatile, globally used function.
Ian Williams-Wynn, MD of Blue Bear said, “Working with Inmarsat and Cobham to integrate their features has been an excellent opportunity to improve the capabilities of our Satcom systems. The support was top notch. We have been able to incorporate this feature quickly and with excellent results, improving Blue Bear’s technology ready for truly global operations. “