عنوان مقاله [English]
The consequences of the rapid growth of information and its use for military purposes have made information one of the key concepts of war. Today, military operations are conducted in a dynamic and unpredictable environment, and commanders, designers, and soldiers face a complex range of challenges in the modern battlefield. In a large military format, access to accurate and timely spatial information is a major problem. This need is met by military operators, planners, commanders and high-level decision makers alike. At the simplest possible level, this information is about the positions of enemy and insider forces, communication lines, barriers, population centers, and key areas for military operations. The purpose and comprehensive approach of this research is the necessity and necessity of using and developing the military spatial data infrastructure (MSDI) in order to interact more closely and share data and information among all battlefield actors in complex and diverse situations. In this strategic view, the information infrastructure is centrally managed and is able to share the data and information required by different departments in specific and approved formats in a secure network between users by determining the appropriate access level so that battlefield commanders can manage And provide more conscious control. Implementing this strategy will prevent peer-to-peer efforts between military organizations that incur huge costs and improve the quality and timely, secure and comprehensive access to spatial information required at the scene of operations. Decision makers and other operational elements in this area will be able to make better and more effective decisions in this space due to appropriate and useful access to information
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