Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence Systems A Review
Command, control, communication and intelligence (C31) systems have become a necessity in future battlefield and warfare situations. Even though C2 to a large extent and C3I to some extent has been practised since the dawn of civilisation, it is only after the advent of microprocessors in the seventies, that C3I systems have started to take-off. However, it is basically, a reactive concept and can be made as effective as the user wants it to be.
In this review, it is proposed to deal with three new aspects that will bring in substantial changes in them. These are information availability vs combat effectiveness, data fusion and application of artificial intelligence techniques. These aspects are outlined in this paper and their contribution to overall improved performance is brought out at the end.
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