TARANIS® Battlefield is ESG's tactical command and control system for middle military command levels.
ESG has been a leading German company for the development and integration of IT and electronic systems for armed forces, public authorities, and the aviation, defence and automotive industries worldwide for nearly 50 years.
The firm’s logistics services ensure that these systems remain available and efficient when in operation. With a total of 1,600 employees, ESG has its headquarters in Germany and offices across Europe and worldwide.
ESG has considerable expertise in designing, developing, integrating and supporting complex and security-critical IT systems. Its portfolio ranges from command and control systems to solutions for logistic support and cyber security and intelligence.
Solution suite for tailored command and control systems
ESG’s TARANIS® network-enabled solution suite provides tailored command and control systems for all levels of command, from operational headquarters right down to individual soldiers.
It also makes a significant contribution to improving situational awareness and accelerating decision-making processes.
All TARANIS solutions are configured according to customer specifications by expanding the core system with appropriate modules, and they are also fully compatible with each other.
The TARANIS Theatre is a web-based command and control solution for higher command levels. It is designed for use both in stationary command posts in the homeland as well as in mobile command posts in operation areas, and ensures a seamless connection to command levels in NATO and allied forces.
The TARANIS Battlefield is a tactical command and control system for middle military command levels. With its flexible configuration options, it is ideal for use not only in spacious indoor command posts but also cramped, wheeled and tracked vehicles, as well as by individual dismounted soldiers.
The TARANIS Soldier is a solution for lower tactical command levels in highly mobile operations. It is designed for use by individual dismounted soldiers and works with smartphones and tablets.
IT solutions for logistic support
ESG’s modular suite of IT solutions for logistic support supports key supply chain processes, ranging from the introduction and technical documentation of equipment; the codification of articles, equipment and material; to asset and maintenance management.
All of the firm’s solutions can be used in conjunction with existing ERP systems (e.g. SAP) and other logistics systems.
N-CORE is the worldwide leading solution for the codification of military material in accordance with the international codification standards of NATO ACodP-1. It is designed for use at National Codification Bureaus in NATO, TIER 2 and TIER 1 countries.
QuILS and APART are solutions for Interactive Electronic Technical Publications (IETP) according to ASD Spec S1000D und S2000M. These user-friendly authoring and retrieval systems provide centralised control and decentralised processing for material maintenance.
Implementation of holistic mobile IT solutions for military customers
ESG’s integration and services team is specialised in joining different modules together to make a reliable complete system.
The firm successfully implements individual holistic mobile IT solutions for military customers, establishes logistic supportability and provides lifecycle support.
As part of its service portfolio, ESG:
- Integrates deployment systems into complete systems
- Builds transportable and modular container systems
- Implements training / reference systems
- Develops concepts for initial training and execute training for operators and maintenance staff
- Plans and develops logistic concepts
- Generates interactive electronic technical documentation (IETD) in accordance with ASD / AIA S1000D and S2000M specifications
- Provide technical and logistic support for systems during their service life
ESG has, for example, implemented three mobile command posts for the German Air Force’s mobile command and control system.
Thanks to these transportable deployment systems, the forces’ command and control capability is ensured at all times. The container equipment can be varied depending on mission type and location.
TARANIS® Soldier is ESG's solution for lower tactical command levels in highly mobile operations, intended for use by individual soldiers in mission areas and providing a seamless connection to the next command level.
TARANIS® Theatre is ESG's solution for higher command levels. It is intended for use both in stationary command posts in the homeland as well as in mobile command posts in operation areas, and ensures a seamless connection to command levels in NATO and allied forces.
WISENT 2 is one of the world’s most advanced multi-functional armoured support vehicle, which can be used as an armoured recovery vehicle (ARV) or an armoured engineer vehicle (AEV).
Boyevaya Mashina Podderzhki Tankov-72 (BMPT-72), also known as Terminator 2, is a new version of the BMPT tank support combat vehicle developed by UralVagonZavod Corporation, Russia.
Forecasts have estimated that by the year 2030 there will be up to 850,000 drones in private and commercial use in Germany, with illegal drone activity and conflict in the sky expected to continue to rise. Drone activity in no-go zones has recently gained public attention because of terror concerns and the recent incidents at airports in the UK.
Successful flight tests of ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH's newly developed tactical video overlay software have been performed.
ESG Sensing has delivered an enhanced motion imagery processing, exploitation, and dissemination system to the German Navy.
ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik has been assigned the role of general contractor by the City of Munich to integrate and supervise the new groupware system for its municipal departments and municipally-owned companies.
In December 2013, the Product Support Center (PSC) at ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH was authorised by Cassidian Optronics South Africa to offer and perform maintenance, repair and overhaul as a certified and authorised product support for the LEO-II and LEO-III-HD electrooptical infrared systems (EO/IR-systems) from Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany with the support of Cassidian Optronics in Oberkochen, Germany.
ESG has underscored its position in the field of training for CH-53GA helicopter maintenance personnel.
For the European Defence Agency ESG is implementing a demonstrator for the planning and monitoring of personnel recovery missions in multinational command posts.
ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik (ESG) has received an EASA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the integration of Trakkabeam® A800 searchlight systems on Eurocopter EC135 helicopters.
The Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement (BWB) has awarded the GSS+ consortium a contract for the implementation of the Ground Support Container System project for the Eurofighter weapon system.
At this year's ITEC at ExCel London from 22-24 May, 2012, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH will be presenting its comprehensive solutions for simulation and training for the aviation sector.
ESG Elektroniksystem was one of several international partners participating in the Crisis Management Exercise St. George from 14-15 March 2012 in Georgia.
In October 2010, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik presented the first of three mobile air force command posts for the mobile air force command and control system (MobFüSysLw) to the user. At the air base in Fuerstenfeldbruck and in the presence of numerous civil and military guests, the chairma
In order to afford soldiers better future protection against extreme stress, ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH has successfully developed and tested a training platform for psychosocial support. ESG has produced a prototype on behalf of the Psychological Office of the Bundeswehr and in cl
In a ceremony on 27 May 2010 Mr. Antonius Sommer, managing director of TÜViT, presented the ISO 27001 certificate to the chairman of the board of ESG, Mr. Gerhard Schempp. ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH is a leading, internationally operating system and software house for deve
Since January 2009, ESG has been conducting a technical study on future EU border surveillance (EUROSUR). The creation of a European border surveillance system (EUROSUR) aims at preventing unauthorised border crossings, increasing the internal security of the EU by containing cross-bord
Thanks to ESG Elektroniksystem und Logistik, the European Union will be able to carry out operations in areas of conflict more effectively in the future. On behalf of the general secretariat of the European Union, the company is currently analysing the entire flow of information, which is require
ESG Elektroniksystem und Logistik-GmbH is realising a mobile command post for the German Defence Ministry’s IT management office, to be used to command missions abroad of the German Air Force. Delivery of the first command post to the Federal Armed Forces is planned for the end of 2009, as part o
In two scenarios at the NATO exercise CWID, ESG Elektroniksystem und Logistik proved its competency for IT systems concerned with military "joint and combined" missions. In Lillehammer, Norway, the main site for the exercise, the company provided services in the field of geoinformation. ESG's com
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