Beyond conventional symmetric warfare, the biggest challenges today for regular armies and security forces lie in the struggle to neutralise asymmetric threats. The enemy is increasingly difficult to detect, hiding within civilian populations and infiltrating large borders.
To counter asymmetric threats, friendly forces increasingly rely on networks of cooperative advanced optronic sensors to provide a detailed picture of the battlefield on time, all the time and processed as quickly as possible to shorten the decision making process and to get the most reliable picture of the situation and gain tactical superiority.
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