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10 September 2003 Advanced interactive displays for deployable command and control centers
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Command and control in today's battlefield environment requires efficient and effective control of massive amounts of constantly changing information from a variety of databases and real-time sensors. Using advanced information technology for presentation and interactive control enables more extensive data fusion and correlation to present an accurate picture of the battlespace to commanders and their staffs. The Interactive DataWall being developed by the Advanced Displays and Intelligent Interfaces (ADII) technology team of the Air Force Research Laboratory's Information Directorate (AFRL/IF) is a strong contender for solving the information management problems facing the 21st century military commander. It provides an ultra high-resolution large screen display with multi-modal, wireless interaction. Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology has been combined with specialized hardware and software developed in-house to provide a unique capability for multimedia data display and control. The technology once isolated to a laboratory environment has been packaged into deployable systems that have been successfully transitioned to support the warfighter in the field.
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Peter A. Jedrysik, Francisco E. Parada, Terrance A. Stedman, and Jingyuan Zhang "Advanced interactive displays for deployable command and control centers", Proc. SPIE 5080, Cockpit Displays X, (10 September 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.500961
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