Accelerating the Decision Cycle
In today’s multi-national, asymmetric defense environment, modern warfare demands broader uses of existing command & control systems as well as the integration of evolving technologies to connect and employ military capabilities. The days of long decision and preparation time to react to conflict situations are obsolete. Today’s forces need robust command & control system to meet these challenges.
With considerable expertise in developing new technologies as well as integrating legacy systems, Lockheed Martin has fielded war-proven command & control capabilities and maintains a visionary focus on future mission needs. By horizontally integrating numerous stove-piped systems and accelerating the decision cycle, we enable forces to act faster and with more decisiveness. The goal: to collect, process, and deliver air defense information to those that need it most, in real-time.
Connecting the Battlespace: Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS)
The “engine of the Air Operations Center,” TBMCS is the primary system for planning and executing the joint air campaign, coordinating and directing flying operations for virtually everything the military flies. First deployed in October of 2000, TBMCS synchronizes air control power by giving users across the battlefield dynamic mission critical information, in real-time. From initial battle analysis and planning to a precision air strike on a time critical target, TBMCS supports commander needs at every stage of the of the air campaign. Developed and fielded by Lockheed Martin, TBMCS is resident at AOCs, Joint Command Air Operations Centers and Navy ships around the globe.
Enhancing Awareness through Geovisualization: Panopticon
Combining geospatial data from multiple independent systems, Panopticon™ provides users with a composite view of strategic, operational, and tactical worlds. The system offers single, unified 3D view of a broad array of geographic imagery including satellite, topographic, bathymetric, and digital terrain elevation data. Panopticon’s visualization and control supports a broad range of applications including advanced tactical awareness, logistics, and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).
Enabling Air Sovereignty: Omnyx
As the backbone for information flow among command centers, Omnyx collects data from sensors, weapon systems and surveillance platforms to enable operators to identify and evaluate threats ensure optimal defense resource allocation. Predicated on an open service-oriented architecture that is easily modified, Omnyx is interoperable with coalition forces and scalable for fixed or mobile configurations. Fielded in the U.S., NATO countries and the Middle East, Omnyx supports planning of daily operations for air and maritime sovereignty, humanitarian assistance as well as disaster response.
Linking Every Domain: Space, Air, Land & Sea
In addition to our work with Air & Space Operations systems worldwide, Lockheed Martin leads a missile defense team that fields an operational structure that links the numerous sensors, weapons and command & control systems of the U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense System. We also led the development of the Tactical Tomahawk Weapon Control System, the maritime AEGIS system, C2 systems for the U.S. Space & Missile Center and U.S. Strategic Command, as well as mobile battle command and control systems for domestic and international customers.
Mapping the Battlefield with Multiple Unmanned Systems
It only takes one operator to control multiple UAS platforms with Lockheed Martin’s integrated command and control (C2) system. As unmanned aerial platforms are guided through the sky, the operator can also manage the platform’s on-board mission system sensors to create one complete mission picture for the warfighter. Once the battlespace image is created, the operator can re-task and re-route each UAS asset for amplified situational awareness.