Worldwide access to technology, combined with the ever-increasing pace of technological change, means that the Defence sector is facing an increasingly capable and diverse range of demands and threats, nationally, regionally and globally.
To understand and counter this, defence support – its systems and processes and people capability, needs to be underpinned with technology that is designed to increase operational and tactical advantage.
With some of the most advanced current technology designed to support the services essential for military capability (across logistics, equipment and people) already proven in the civilian space, many areas of Defence are realising the advantages of partnering with private enterprise for market-tested technology solutions that offer a quick route to deployment, value for taxpayer money and a low level of procurement risk.
I think that despite the inevitable challenges of the past couple of years, there’s never been a better time to scale-up technical capacity to improve operations, logistics, training and equipment support and I look forward to attending DSEI again this year to meet with existing customers and new contacts alike.
To demonstrate the capability of the Microlise solution, our team will be at DSEI 2021, from the 14-17th September at the Excel, London.
Microlise in the Defence & Government Space
The Microlise Defence & Security solution is a modified commercial HUMS system, designed to support the unique challenges of the sector. As well as monitoring platform health, it spans the functional areas, supporting agile operational decision-making, enhanced training and improved people and asset security.
Our military grade solution is based on a trusted, award-winning commercial platform and is designed to meet the unique challenges of the sector. By connecting devices and locations so that real-time data can be analysed, our technology supports improvements across a range of KPIs including cost and productivity, platform health and usage, safety, security and communication.
For more information about how data and fleet analytics, edge technology, & IIoT end-to-end connectivity is spanning the functional areas and powering increased logistics, engineering, and people & equipment support, come along and talk to us at DSEI, Stand No: H4-425, from 14 – 17 September at The Excel, London.