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Boeing

JADC2: Winning the Future Fight Together

Today’s emerging threats are coming from existing and rising actors, who are leveraging advances in commercial technology, electronic warfare and cyber capabilities to level the battlefield. We’re helping our defense customers shatter defense acquisition paradigms and forgo the complex, federated solutions of the past to stay ahead of these evolving threats.

The future fight will not be won by a singular new aircraft or weapon, but by brave men and women seamlessly connected to each other and machines like never before. Boeing is digitally developing the open systems that will make Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) a reality.

From autonomy, artificial intelligence and machine learning to software-defined networking and sensor and data fusion, we’re ensuring that the Joint Force can dominate and win across all domains.

Creating the ABMS Network to
Dominate the Decision Cycle

"Our ability to access data regardless of distance, regardless of geographic location, and with lightning speed is the backbone of our capacity to project combat power." — Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown

We're helping our defense customers bring the Internet of Military Things to the future fight. Our open systems architecture philosophy allows our digitally advanced solutions to seamlessly plug in to the Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) — connecting all sensors and warfighters with real-time actionable data to close the decision chain at the speed of mission success. An open, secure ABMS digital network environment is the backbone of JADC2, ultimately enabling the Joint Force to share this critical data across all the services and with allies to win in every domain.

Accelerating the Joint Force’s Digital Revolution

Boeing is accelerating the Joint Force’s digital revolution, today. Embracing model-based engineering and virtualization, open architecture systems, and agile software development, we are digitizing the entire production life cycle to deliver leading-edge capabilities to our warfighters when they need them.

A true paradigm shift, future programs will be designed, developed and manufactured on a digital foundation, just like our eT-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer. eT-7A is the first in the U.S. Air Force’s new digital “eSeries” of aircraft, weapons, satellites and assets to be designed and built along a digital thread, which embraces advanced manufacturing techniques to improve quality and enhance performance.

Using model-based engineering and 3D design tools, the eT-7A represents an aircraft with a 75% increase in first-time quality, an 80% reduction in assembly hours and a process that cut software development time in half. The aircraft moved from computer screen design to first flight in just 36 months.

Mission Readiness Powered by Data Analytics

With the rapid proliferation of data across all aspects of the operational environment, the ability to convert data into valuable insights and decision criteria is critical. Boeing is a leader in data utilization across every aspect of development, manufacturing and operations in all domains. Decades of experience managing broad arrays of sensor types and data requirements across the defense, space and commercial markets allow Boeing to help our defense customers gain greater, more actionable insight into their platforms, operating environment or situational analysis before issues arise.

Our ability to combine global, digital engineering expertise with purpose-built applications in an open-source environment means optimized equipment to meet operational requirements, improved crew safety, lower costs and ultimately greater mission success.

Learn more about Boeing AnalytX

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 Use the force

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