2, where the Army researchers will collect Soldier feedback on JBC-P's totally redesigned user interface, faster situational awareness updates and availability of Tactical Ground Reporting data.
What does TIGR stand for?
TIGR stands for Tactical Ground Reporting
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- The International Group, Inc. (various organizations)
- Transport network equipment for Interconnecting GSTN and IP Networks
- T cell immunoreceptor with Ig (Immunoglobulin) and ITIM (Immunoreceptor Tyrosine-Based Inhibitory Motif) Domains
- Texas Institute for Genomic Medicine
- Tianjin Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources (China)
- Transportable Integrated Geodetic Observatory
- Technology Insertion General Officer Steering Committee
- Taiwan International Graduate Program
- Thermal Insulated Glass Products (Australia)
- The Institute for Genomic Research
- Thermally Induced Gallium Removal
- This Is Getting Ridiculous
- Treasury Investment Growth Receipt
- TSPI Interface for GPS/RAJPO
- The Independent Glass Recyclers Association (UK)
- Thermostimulated Inert Gas Release Analysis
- Transnational Institute for Grassroots Research and Action (Oakland, CA)
- Texas Internet Grid for Research and Education
- Threaded Interpretive Graph Reduction Engine (computer science)
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Output Once an initial map survey was complete, the data was transcribed into the Tactical Ground Reporting System.
Census operations involved all of the actions taken to understand and control the population, including collecting data on village residents that was then entered into the networked tactical ground reporting application for future use.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Tactical Ground Reporting The "every Soldier is a sensor" concept was improved by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in 2006 with the development of a computer-based program, the Tactical Ground Reporting (TIGR) system, that enables seamless communication of information across the battlefield.
The Tactical Ground Reporting System is the primary system used for patrol planning at the platoon and company level.
In the interim the Army is refining the Mission Command Apps, which will include mapping, blue force tracking, Tactical Ground Reporting, or TIGR tactical graphics and critical messaging (such as SPOT reports, Medevac and Mayday) between all mission command systems.