Leveraging Synthetic Environments for JADC2 and the All-Domain Force

Integrating and mastering seamless command and control across all warfighting domains – air, land, sea, space, and cyber – will deliver significant strategic advantage for the U.S. in times of crisis and conflict with global adversaries and competitors.

To push this forward, the U.S. is looking to connect sensors and shooters across the total force as part of a concept called Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).

Within this report, we detail how platform-enabled synthetic environments will empower the DoD to meet its National Defense Strategy and joint all-domain aspirations, including the U.S. Air Force’s Air Battle Management System (ABMS), the U.S. Army’s Project Convergence, and U.S. Navy’s Project Overmatch.

We invite you to dive deeper by downloading our report, “Leveraging Synthetic Environments for the Future All-Domain Force.” Topics you’ll explore include:

  • How Improbable’s technological advances expand domain representation for testing, experimentation, planning, decision making, and more within synthetic environments

  • Using digital twins to gain advantages in future procurement decisions as well as to certify resiliency and mission assurance, even when operating in a contested battlespace
  • Enhancing multi-domain coalition training, including training on electronic effects and information operations, to prevail in the event of a high-end conflict
  • Recommendations on how the DoD can leverage Improbable’s synthetic environment development platform to meet its multi-domain readiness goals

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