Ukrainian Digital Combat Control System “Delta” Adopted by NATO

by Meifan Honcharuk
Thursday, July 13, 2023
Ukrainian Digital Combat Control System “Delta” Adopted by NATO

In June, the Ukrainian development was tested at the annual NATO exercise "Coalition Warrior Interoperability eXercise"

The CWIX is held annually to improve information and combat technology to North Atlantic Alliance standards. This year Ukrainian developers presented the Delta system at the exercise. Development is a map that shows the territory in real-time. According to the deputy prime minister of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov report, Delta quickly senses and processes information from satellites, drones, aerial reconnaissance, radar, chatbots and other sources. Thus, the Ukrainian development allows us to analyze the battlefield, to plan combat operations to save as many lives of defenders and equipment as possible.

"Having a national military system capable of operating to modern standards is just as important as having combat pilots able to master the new generation of fighters quickly. These are real achievements that Ukraine should be proud of and can boldly demonstrate to its NATO partners," wrote the minister in Telegram.

The Ukrainian system was combined with 15 systems from 10 countries during the exercises. NATO owns 3 combat systems. It is essential that Delta passed the compatibility test with the protocol Link 16. This will allow Ukraine to receive data from F-16 aircraft.

Recalled that Vilnius hosted a large NATO summit, which outlined the borders of protection and intervention in the alliance for Ukraine.

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