Systematic Systematic Military Situational Awareness, Messaging and EW Data Management Software

Systematic is an independent software company that provides scalable software products, services and projects for defence forces, security organisations and systems integrators.

The company is redefining IT procurement with its off-the-shelf command and control (C2), situational awareness, military messaging and Electronic Warfare data management software.

In addition, Systematic provides training, consultancy and integration services in these highly specialised fields. Working internationally with local partners, Systematic delivers cost-effective solutions worldwide to, not only the defence sector, but also to healthcare, intelligence and national security customers. Systematic is certified at CMMI Level 5.

Situational awareness software

The SitaWare Suite is a fully scalable C2 and Situational Awareness software solution that fulfils core requirements straight out of the box. This means it is easy to procure and rapidly deployable.

Its open architecture and adherence to international standards means SitaWare can be rapidly integrated with a wide range of other C2 hardware and software. If needed, SitaWare can also be customised to any special requirements.

All SitaWare products comply with the MIP (Multilateral Interoperability Programme) standard for data exchange, making them the ideal backbone for future-compatible information management systems in military and security organisations.

The SitaWare suite uses the same core functionalities at all levels, ensuring seamless integration, right from top-level multinational HQs to the individual vehicle and soldier:

  • SitaWare Headquarters
  • SitaWare Headquarters WebCOP
  • SitaWare Headquarters Portal
  • SitaWare Headquarters C2 Server
  • SitaWare Headquarters Track Server
  • SitaWare Frontline

Military messaging software

The IRIS Suite of military messaging software ensures a high degree of reliable interoperability between different military organisations and systems. With more than 100,000 users in over 40 countries, the IRIS software framework is now the de facto standard for military messaging.

IRIS Standards Management software provides organisations with a central tool to define, manage and analyse information exchange standards, ensuring data can be moved from one system to another.

The IRIS suite includes tools that ensure messaging data is compliant with the constantly evolving Nato and US MTF (military text format) standards.

IRIS software ensures information is consistently managed on the basis of organisational structures, tasks, roles and ranks. It also provides the messaging infrastructure to allow C2 systems to automatically process the information received in the form of reports and messages, so that this constant flow of new data can be combined and displayed on maps and other visual platforms.

The IRIS range currently consists of:

  • IRIS Forms and IRIS WebForms
  • IRIS Forms SDK and IRIS Forms Server
  • IRIS Organisational Messaging
  • IRIS Information Mapping
  • IRIS Standards Management

EW data management for military organisations

EWare is an off-the-shelf software product that provides military organisations with a powerful tool for the day-to-day management and updating of EW mission-critical data. It is specifically designed for the reliable processing of electronic warfare data, so it can be passed on smoothly and rapidly to front-line units, to help them take the right tactical decisions.

The software provides a centralised framework for configuring customised data libraries for uploading into many different types of equipment, tailored to the geography of any planned mission. Outputs include data for ESM equipment, loading of pre-flight briefings and configuring mission data sets for each operating unit.

EWare is designed to accept data inputs from a full spectrum of possible sources – from the public domain, from classified information and from operations. Intercepts of as-yet unidentified data are rapidly analysed, collated and placed within a consistent structure, so key information can be made available to those who need it.

Edge Android-based battle management system

SitaWare Edge is an Android based battle management system for the dismounted commander at the tactical edge. Designed for operational simplicity it provides the commander with fast and clear friendly force tracking (FFT) picture, shared tactical situation and latest intelligence overlays thereby enhancing force protection. With the ability to exchange Command Layers, complex manoeuvres can be quickly illustrated on the map and shared with subordinates via tactical data communication, thus saving valuable voice time and speeding up operation execution.

Frontline situational awareness

SitaWare Frontline is a breakthrough in battle management software that offers clarity, simplicity and high-performance that addresses real world C2 challenges at the frontline.

It is designed for frontline commanders in tough environments, where a clear operational view with rapid updates of friendly force tracking (FFT) is absolutely essential, and has been built with deployment and management in mind.

The software has a unique two-part design: a user application containing the battle management system, and a vehicle application which interfaces with existing communications equipment, onboard management systems and sensors. This enables users to plan and execute missions in both static and mobile environments, easily implement change of location of command and, if necessary, quickly destroy mission data in an emergency; while the separate vehicle application simplifies both the installation and upgrading of the vehicle software.

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Systematic Moves to New Offices

Systematic, the software providers for defence forces, moves to its new headquarters in Farnborough on 1 September 2014.

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+44 01276 675533 www.systematic.com

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Android Battle Management

SitaWare Edge is an Android-based battle management system for the dismounted commander at the tactical edge.

Enhancing Force Protection – Situational Awareness in Tough Environments

SitaWare Frontline is a breakthrough in battle management software that offers clarity, simplicity and high-performance that addresses real world C2 challenges at the frontline.

IRIS Forms – Structure Messaging

IRIS Forms simplifies and structures the inputting and transfer of military information, orders and reports, using simple-to-deploy interoperability standards.

IRIS Organisational Messaging – a Complete Military E-mail Infrastructure

IRIS Organisational Messaging provides a complete military message handling infrastructure, based on Microsoft Outlook® and Microsoft Exchange®.

Managing EW Data

EWare is an off-the-shelf software solution that provides military organisations with powerful tool-sets for the day-to-day management and updating of mission-critical EW data.

SitaWare Headquarters – Command-and-Control Solution

SitaWare Headquarters is a reliable, scalable command and control solution that is easy to learn and use, provides extensive interoperability capabilities and fulfils all core requirements. It supports all headquarters' tasks and is ready to deploy.

WebCOP – Extensive Joint Operational Picture

SitaWare Headquarters WebCOP provides joint staffs and task force commanders with an up-to-date detailed picture of large-scale operations using high performance web technologies.

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29 August 2014

Systematic, the software providers for defence forces, moves to its new headquarters in Farnborough on 1 September 2014.

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10 December 2013

Systematic is opening a subsidiary in Cologne, Germany to expand its outreach in the German and Central European markets.

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14 November 2012

Systematic's SitaWare Headquarters played a key role in the operational planning activiites at the recent Swedish Brigade staff exercise in Enköping.

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5 November 2012

Systematic's SitaWare command and control software and MASA Group's SWORD constructive simulation software will be demonstrated by their partner ANDCOM LTDA (booth 129) at the leading Latin American defence event Expodefensa.

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29 October 2012

Systematic and AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, are working together to provide an enhanced rotorcraft situational awareness (SA) capability.

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11 October 2012

Systematic and Lockheed Martin Corporation are in the process of finalizing terms that will allow them to work together on the establishment of an Electronic Warfare Support System (EWSS) to support the Danish Maritime Helicopter Program (MHP).

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3 October 2012

Danish Artillery Regiment hosts the 2012 International Artillery Symposium 1st - 5th October in Varde. Systematic, one of this year's sponsors, will be demonstrating its SitaWare suite of command and control software.

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5 September 2012

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) has signed an enterprise license agreement with Systematic at Eurosatory in Paris to extend the licencing of SitaWare Command and Control (C2) software to an unlimited number of users.

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20 August 2012

Systematic has signed an agreement with the Finnish Defence Forces, Materiel Command Headquarters to provide maintenance to the FINACCIS2 Command and Control (C2) system.

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5 July 2012

IRIS Forms and IRIS WebForms, developed by Systematic, have been certified by the US Department of Defense (DoD) to be included in the unified communications approved product list (APL).

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5 July 2012

Systematic has received an order to provide the Estonian Defence Forces with EWare, an off-the-shelf EW software solution that provides users with powerful tool-sets for the day-to-day management of EW data.

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15 June 2012

Software company Systematic has, once again, been reassessed at the fifth and highest level for the international project maturity model, CMMI.

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15 June 2012

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) has signed an Enterprise License Agreement with Systematic at Eurosatory in Paris to extend the licencing of SitaWare Command and Control (C2) software to an unlimited number of users.

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15 June 2012

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has agreed to an operating lease of a suite of SitaWare Command & Control (C2) software through Systematic's in-country partner, Eagle Technology.

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15 June 2012

Of the sixteen Nations taking part in this month's NATO CWIX Exercise, a third are using Systematic Command and Control (C2) software to enable them to interoperate with each other.

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7 June 2012

The project partners are set to establish a generic methodology to enable Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP)-based Command and Control (C2) systems.

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29 May 2012

During this month's royal visit to the Republic of Korea (ROK), Systematic signed an MOU with Huneed Technologies to co-operate closely in the tactical command and control sector.

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21 May 2012

Systematic's command and control (C2) software products have been put through their paces during one of the biggest and most important exercises for Sweden's C2 Regiment in Enköping.

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17 May 2012

Systematic is supporting Cranfield University's Simulation and Synthetic Environment Laboratory (SSEL) at The Defence Academy of the UK at Shrivenham where an interactive ISTAR demonstrator rig is being developed for the Defence Capability Centre (DCC).

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15 May 2012

During last month's User Forum in Madrid, Systematic delegates were given an exclusive invite to the Headquarters of Unidad Militar de Emergencias (UME), the Spanish emergency military unit.

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20 April 2012

From 16 - 26 April one of the Swedish Armed Forces largest staff exercises takes place at the Swedish Signals Regiment in Enköping. For the first time, SitaWare Headquarters and SitaWare Headquarters WebCOP have been rolled out to all users for planning and situational awareness.

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17 April 2012

Systematic customers have today gathered in Spain for the annual User Forum.

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16 April 2012

Following thorough testing, NATO has approved Systematic's Command & Control (C2) software for use on the Afghan Mission Network (AMN).

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16 April 2012

Systematic has developed a new IRIS software product. The IRIS MTF Gateway enables users of Command & Control (C2) systems to easily interoperate using several versions of ADatP-3/APP-11.

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5 April 2012

The latest version of IRIS Organisation Messaging has now been released.

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6 February 2012

Systematic is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Stockholm, Sweden.

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23 January 2012

Systematic and AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, today signed a Heads of Agreement (HoA) in Copenhagen to jointly explore business opportunities worldwide.

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16 November 2011

Selex Galileo and Systematic announced today a strategic partnership plan to provide high quality electronic warfare training.

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23 September 2011

Two neighboring Baltic states are at unrest. NATO intervenes. The Danish Division participates in the follow-up operation. During the operation, Brigade headquarters follow the movement of troops in the terrain on monitors. Water barriers, forest areas and road networks challenge the soldiers. Th

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23 September 2011

Having successfully launched SitaWare Frontline at DSEi, Systematic has today announced a strategic partnership with WB Electronics of Poland, which will see the companies integrating the software into the TOPAZ artillery fire control system.Graham, CSO, "Not only are we working toget

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23 September 2011

Systematic has announced that it has opened a Branch Office in Canberra to support the Australian Defence Force's IRIS Gold Licence.Since 2002, the ADF have held a force-wide licence which provides unlimited use of IRIS Forms, IMT Runtime and IMT Developer for the ADF and is managed by the

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23 September 2011

Systematic has unveiled its newest software product at DSEi. SitaWare Frontline is a breakthrough in battle management software that has been developed together with military commanders returning from Afghanistan to address real world C2 challenges.It has been specifically designed for tro

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29 August 2011

Systematic is set to launch a brand new product at DSEi. SitaWare Frontline is a brand new software product from Systematic and a real step forward in battle management. It has been developed together with military commanders returning from Afghanistan to address real world C2 challenges. <

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14 July 2011

Interoperability specialists from Systematic have successfully enabled British and French troops to work together in a single, joint divisional headquarters based in Mailly-le-Camp, France. Exercise FLANDRES, which took place from 18-30 June 2011, has enabled the two nations to examine

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6 July 2011

Systematic has today launched a range of packaged professional services to assist customers with the conception, deployment and management of command and control (C2) systems. Systematic Professional Services compliments the off-the-shelf SitaWare C2 and IRIS interoperability software

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14 June 2011

Systematic has today given a sneak preview of a brand new product, which is set to be officially launched at DSEi in September. SitaWare Frontline is a breakthrough in battle management software that has been developed together with military commanders returning from Afghanistan to address real w

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18 May 2011

Following successful trials at home, the Swedish Armed Forces have just deployed Systematic Defence products, SitaWare Headquarters and SitaWare WebCOP, as a part of their ISAF C2-platform. The Swedish Armed Forces participate in the Afghanistan mission as part of Regional Command Nort

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18 May 2011

Following successful trials at home, the Swedish Armed Forces have just deployed Systematic Defence products, SitaWare Headquarters and SitaWare WebCOP, as a part of their ISAF C2-platform. The Swedish Armed Forces participate in the Afghanistan mission as part of Regional Command North

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17 April 2011

In an effort to make military units more agile, SAP® and Systematic today announced that SAP will resell Systematic's SitaWare C2 solution as the SAP Defense Command and Control application by Systematic. The SAP product portfolio is now extended by a command and control (C2) solutio

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12 April 2011

Last week, Systematic customers from around the world gathered in London for the IRIS User Days. The event, which was held on-board HMS Belfast, gave delegates a valuable insight into IRIS product development, plans for future releases and a first look at IRIS WebForms, a brand new web-based IRIS

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23 March 2011

Systematic has begun training administrators and super users for Viking 11, a large scale exercise organised by the Folke Bernadotte Academy and the Swedish Armed Forces. Approximately 25 SitaWare headquarters and 500 SitaWare WebCOP installations will provide situational awareness and

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28 February 2011

The latest release of IRIS Organisational Messaging is now available. Version 2.0 covers a major technology upgrade and various functional, system management and interoperability improvements. Systematic’s strategy is to develop commercial off-the-shelf products for mission critical mar

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28 February 2011

Systematic’s live antipiracy demonstration attracted a good deal of attention at NAVDEX 2011. Twice daily, a pirate vessel simulated a realistic attack. A maritime boarding team deployed from Britain’s HMS Pembroke in a twin-hull aluminium craft from Finnish company, CatGroup, to take control of

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28 February 2011

Systematic’s interoperability experts have today begun the final preparations for Exercise FLANDRES. Exercise FLANDRES will test the effectiveness of a UK brigade working with a French brigade as part of a French division. The exercise will demonstrate the interoperability currently ach

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28 February 2011

The latest release of web-based tool IRIS Standards Management is now available. Version 1.10 includes an advanced search feature and support for national messages. IRIS Standards Management is a web-based tool for defining, managing and analysing structured information standards, which

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2 February 2011

On 31 January 2011, Michael Holm, president and CEO of Systematic, had the opportunity to discuss the cooperation between Systematic and Danish defence forces at the very top level. The Danish Minister of Defence, Gitte Lillelund Bech, paid the Systematic headquarters in Aarhus a visit.

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25 January 2011

IRIS organisational messaging from Systematic has been approved by the Nato Communication and Information Systems Services Agency (NCSA). Having successfully passed rigorous testing by NCAS, IRIS organisational messaging is now listed on the Nato approved fielded products list (AFPL). I

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25 January 2011

Systematic is gearing up for the largest defence and security event in the Middle East and North African region. The International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) takes place on 20-24 February at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre and runs parallel the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAV

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6 December 2010

As a key contributor to exercise TALON STRIKE, Systematic has been recognised by the UK MOD's Defence Equipment & Support organisation for the outstanding success achieved by the team. A certificate of commendation was awarded to the Niteworks team at MOD Abbey Wood by the director

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6 December 2010

The Danish army has received a major upgrade of their network management system (NMS) solution provided by Systematic. Improvements include a brand new GIS engine, MIP Block 3 capability and improved scalability. This comprises the biggest upgrade of the NMS since its initial installation in 2004

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23 November 2010

Defence and security companies Saab and Systematic have signed a broad co-operation agreement, establishing the foundation for the most cost-effective use of each other's products and capabilities within the command and control market segment. Saab provides world-leading solutions for

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10 November 2010

Systematic welcomes the news of the formation of an Anglo-French combined joint expeditionary force as announced by the British Prime Minister and French President at the beginning of November 2010. In his statement, David Cameron said: "The force will stimulate greater interoperability

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7 November 2010

The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) has extended its contract with Systematic to continue to provide expert support to the UK's involvement in the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP). The £1.25m (approx €1.5m / $1.9m) contract, which has been running since Novembe

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7 November 2010

Swedish warship HSwMS Carlskrona has completed four months in command of operation ATALANTA. The EU NAVFOR operation's focus is to help deter, prevent and repress acts of piracy and armed robbery off the coast of Somalia in the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean. For the first time, HSw

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20 October 2010

Systematic is fully prepared to help the British Forces following the cuts announced in the UK's Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR). Outlining his step change in defence policy, Mr Cameron said: "We are also absolutely determined that the MOD will become much more commercially

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17 October 2010

Each year the MOD holds a technology demonstration and field trial to review new technology which could shape the future of defence. The Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstrator gives senior military personnel an opportunity to see how COTS and MOTS technology can meet operational requirem

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17 October 2010

As a developer of advanced-technology IT solutions for the defence and healthcare sectors, where mission-critical capabilities are often essential, a company like Systematic is well aware of the importance of delivering systems that are error-free. It is also important that these solutions meet u

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27 September 2010

In the coming months, the innovative staff of the Aarhus software company Systematic will be putting their creative skills to work on making suggestions for ways to save energy. Systematic will be taking over the Aarhus city council "climate baton", which involves an obligation to involve the com

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3 September 2010

Specialist interoperability company, Systematic, has marked a quarter-century in providing Command, Control & Information Management solutions to defence forces throughout the world. The company was founded by its current President and CEO Michael Holm, on 19 August 1985 – the very

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