Over 50 of Australia’s allies and partners use Systematic’s C4I and structured messaging systems. In 2021, their C4I platform, SitaWare, was chosen by the Australian Army as the interim Battle Management System.
Systematic’s operationally proven SitaWare C4I suite is in service with 46 countries, including the Five Eyes allies. The software provides commanders operating at all levels of the battlespace with an operational advantage. It has found utility in a wide range of tasks, such as combat, peacekeeping, and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief - including in response to the COVID 19 pandemic. Systematic’s IRIS military messaging system is the de facto NATO standard and employed by in excess of 50 countries.
SitaWare is used across domains. It provides comprehensive situational awareness and mission management tools, from the tactical edge through to the Joint level. SitaWare operates in challenging environmental conditions and over limited bandwidth, and is designed to work with tactical radios.
SitaWare is a COTS solution, and with its open architecture, enables third party applications to be easily integrated. The software ensures that customers are not locked in to a single vendor and are driving the development of their C2 capabilities. With interoperability at the heart of its design, SitaWare enables partner forces to easily work together and share key operational information – even if they are not operating with the same software.
Australian Defence employs SitaWare as the Track Management Capability from HQJOC down, and Army’s Interim Battle Management System. The IRIS Suite is also used for formatted messaging portfolio wide. Elsewhere, among the many users of the SitaWare suite, are the US military up to the Joint level, and specifically the US Army, for whom the software forms the backbone of the Command Post Computing Environment; German Bundeswehr; New Zealand Defence Force; NATO’s UK-led Allied Rapid Reaction Corps; and elements of the British Army and UK Strategic Command.
Beyond the land domain the software has demonstrated its utility for navies, including with HQJOC, for the command of a NATO Mine Countermeasures Group, with the Royal Danish Navy, the Irish Naval Service, and by the UK National Maritime Information Centre to provide enhanced situational awareness of UK waters.
SitaWare Insight is the company’s most recent application. It provides commanders with advanced Intelligence Requirements Management, collection planning, and analysis capabilities. The system deploys AI to data lakes, pinpointing data relevant to decision makers in battlefield environments, from documents to video of enemy defence assets.
CEO and Founder: Michael Holm
Group Senior Vice President: Andrew Graham
Vice President, Australia and Asia Pacific: David Horton
Vice President NZ: Mike Magill
APAC Regional HQ in Canberra, with offices in Brisbane, Auckland and Wellington.
Global HQ in Aarhus, Denmark, with offices in Canada, Finland, Germany, Romania, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
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