SPARTEN: Spatially Produced Airspace Routes from Tactical Evolved Networks

Stouch1, D. and McGraw2, K.

Presented at the NATO Common Ground Joint Capability Technology Demonstration, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Arlington, VA (August 2010)

We prepared and presented a poster at the NATO Common Ground Joint Capability Technology Demonstration event and at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. The purpose was to highlight the potential future capability of the Common Ground system and supporting geospatial engines to generate tactical spatial objects.

1 Charles River Analytics

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