Multi-Domain Command & Control

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Enabling Awareness Across Domains

The global landscape is rapidly evolving and information in the battlespace is moving faster than ever. It is critical that future joint battle management systems synchronize land, air, sea, space, cyber and electronic warfare tools to defend against, outmaneuver, and outfight adversaries faster than those adversaries can react. Lockheed Martin is committed to developing and maturing a complete level system of systems approach, from enterprise to the tactical edge, to provide the warfighter with a common operational picture of the battlespace, and an ability to create multi-domain effects inside the adversary’s decision loop. 

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A Visionary Focus on the Future

Timely and effective mission planning is essential in shaping the battle of the future. This means designing systems predicated on open architectures and using agile development processes that embrace change. By leveraging Lockheed Martin’s expertise in open systems architecture, we are able to rapidly and affordably integrate software onto legacy, new and future platforms. This means the warfighter can operate at the speed of information required in today’s battlespace, enabling a new way to fight at the tactical edge. And – through ongoing advancement of cross domain solutions – Lockheed Martin furthers the ability to connect systems and allow secure information sharing across Joint, Allied and Coalition operations.

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Connecting to Space

When charting new courses, it is only natural to turn to pioneers. And Lockheed Martin is a pioneer in advancing space situational awareness and battle management through integrated command and control. From developing some of the first astrodynamics algorithms to predict the velocity of space objects re-entering the earth's atmosphere to modernizing the space command and control infrastructure used for North American air defense, Lockheed Martin has been ingrained in space battle management command and control systems for decades.  Since the early 1960s, Lockheed Martin has supported every space C2 operational center – from the Cheyenne Mountain to the Joint Space Operations Center, and from the Joint Interagency Combined Space Operations Center to the command and control infrastructure for Space Fence, helping revolutionize Space Situational Awareness and battle management in all orbital regimes.