Over the last 25 years, the understanding of the military operational environment has transformed from a primarily linear understanding of a “battlefield”, to a multi-dimensional system of systems known as the “battlespace”. This system of systems understanding implies that managing the battlespace has become more complex, and unit commanders on the ground are expected to understand the effects of their actions on the operational environment as a whole. To this end, unit- and individual-level Battle Management Systems (BMS) are becoming increasingly important – the US Army’s NETT Warrior program being just one example.
BMS Power Management Use Cases: Vest-worn VPM-402, ruck or vehicle borne SPM-622, fixed base ABC-812
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