Militaries require customised and reliable messaging and communication software solutions for enhanced force protection, faster distribution of orders and messages, swift coordination, shared situational awareness, and agile battle management.
Demand has been on the rise for advanced and easy-to-use military software tools that can provide cost-effective and highly efficient command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions.
Finding the best military software companies
Army Technology has listed some of the leading suppliers of military messaging and communication software solutions, based on its intel, insights, and decades-long experience in the sector.
The list includes military software companies that have extensive experience in developing, testing, and integrating effective battlefield communication software for realistic operational use in military applications.
The information contained within the download document is useful for military mission planners, strategists, army mission and base commanders, senior procurement executives, military system integrators, intelligence officers, and any other individual involved in the acquisition and use of military messaging and communications software for the land defence industry.
The download contains detailed information on military software providers and their product and service lines, alongside contact details to aid your purchasing or hiring decision.
Types of military messaging and communications software solutions
Types of software used in military messaging and communication applications include:
- Command and control software
- Military message handling software
- Battlefield management systems
- Electronic warfare systems
- Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software solutions for military communications
- Military software testing tools
- Military modelling and simulation software, and
- Military cybersecurity software
Future military communication technology
Advanced military powers are looking to modernise their tactical communications infrastructure through software reconfigurability rather than replacing expensive hardware, to enable high-speed, secure, interoperable and real-time voice and data transmission.
The future military communication technology will be characterised by the massive deployment of sensors, Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), while the introduction of the sixth generation (6G) wireless communication network is expected to allow these technologies to operate at a much larger scale and change the landscape of military communications, warfare and cybersecurity.