Brig. Gen. Rob Collins, program executive officer for command, control, and communications – tactical at the U.S. Army, told C4ISRNET in an interview published Wednesday how the service supports the Department of Defense (DoD) to help advance the Joint All-Domain Command and Control program.
Collins said his office is collaborating with the ISR task force and cross-functional teams like the assured position navigation and timing CFT on efforts related to JADC2.
“We’re working on integrated architectures, multi-functional sensors that are integrated within the network for both (data) transport and mission command, and really solutions that are tailored to meet the unique requirements of our Army ground force,” he told the publication.
He noted that the TITAN ground station program will play a key role in the JADC2 initiative and discussed how the program will leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning.
“TITAN is certainly a significant focus area in the modernization effort. It’s a key component for our deep sense capability and really being scalable and expeditionary as an intelligence ground station and supporting commanders across the multi-domain operations battlefield framework,” Collins said.