Centralized command, control, communications, computers and intelligence together in one source for a full digital view of facility operations for military/ law enforcement/ fire safety/ civilian use. And like all our projects, we engage our vehicle through thorough stress tests and on the field analysis.
We designed and supplied 2 units of Battlefield Control and Command (BCC) trucks for use by the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).
The system comprises of an expandable After Action Review area (AAR) and an Exercise Control area (EXCON). In its expanded state, the BCC is manned by 9 operators in an air-conditioned shelter with 9 workstations served by two servers and seven radio sets.
In addition, it tows a trailer carrying two 30 kVA generators serving as the source of power supply. One generator serves as the main power supply while the other is a back-up generator. The trailer has a 1,500 litre diesel tank as well as a modular storage system to store spares and equipment.
As with medical emergencies, the challenges mounted by the sifting grounds of technology and warfare, challenges command centres all over to conduct operations with the maximal resources needed to enable decision makers made to the deployments during heightened emergencies. The facilities that would determine the lives of many, centralised command bear the maximal proximities to situations of uncertainty. And so, the demands of a field centre is designed to facilitate personnels with the maximal resources of a command centre bears with the maximal benefits of the deployment’s defense.
We have been privileged, to be part of this ongoing design process with the military to develop such a contingent effort to the functions of these modular custom build pods. As with everything else, the safety component of such utilities are always paramount to the innovation and technology that is designed for it.