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How 250 layers of data help Israel prepare for war

Tuesday, August 27, 2019   (0 Comments)

By Seth J. Frantzman  |  August 26, 2019  |  C4ISRNET


On Aug. 22 a rocket was launched from the Gaza Strip aimed at Israel. An alert was activated in an open area where the rocket was projected to land. The rocket was one of more than 1,600 fired at Israel over the last year, half by Gaza-based militants. Each time, a sophisticated system of sirens warn residents in affected areas.

The sirens are only one of more than 250 layers of data that form part of Israel’s Home Front Command National Command and Control, a system called Shual in Israel. Lt. Col. Shlomi Maman says that his command is responsible for protecting civilian lives in emergencies, whether from rockets or earthquakes. READ MORE...

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