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JBC-P is the Army's tool for brigade and below mobile mission command, situational awareness, and friendly force tracking, which gives Soldiers a complete picture of the battlefield so units can synchronize operations and reduce fratricide.
The system's digital maps and GPS devices enable maximum orientation and real-time friendly force tracking, while alerting forces entering high-risk areas.
After more than a decade of war, the friendly force tracking system Soldiers relied on for situational awareness, Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below/Blue Force Tracking is being upgraded and enhanced through two generational steps: Joint Capabilities Release followed by Joint Battle Command-Platform.
8 million from NATO to provide a Multi-National global positioning satellite-based friendly force tracking system (FTS).
Insite was recently awarded a contract to incorporate its software platform into a multi-national satellite-based friendly force tracking system to be deployed by NATO.
Developed in collaboration with WinMagic, geoOps FTS will enable multi-national forces to operate together in providing Friendly Force Tracking (FFT) in the operational military environment.