common operational picture


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common operational picture

A single identical display of relevant information shared by more than one command. A common operational picture facilitates collaborative planning and assists all echelons to achieve situational awareness. Also called COP.
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Both Joint Capabilities Release-Logistics and Logistics Functional Area Services provide reporting tools and a common operational picture, but through two different networks that do not communicate with each other.
This integration began the building of our common operational picture on MCS-L.
Several joint and enterprise logistics organizations also plug into this structure to create a seamless common operational picture of sustainment for the operational commander.
When determining the key considerations in developing a multinational logistics common operational picture (LCOP), senior logisticians must first understand the common operational picture across the area of operations and effectively synchronize logistics support.
Alion will enhance the Air Force s Installation Command and Control (IC2) system responsible for providing vital information to decision-makers on incidents, utilizing a common operational picture.
Our digital end-to-end solutions provide customers in Europe and around the world with a common operational picture for their mission-critical tasks, which is of paramount importance for national security.
Technology, as a critical enabler, allows the commander and staff to see farther and faster, analyze and communicate with greater efficiency, and maintain a common operational picture that would otherwise be too time-consuming or difficult to maintain.
This allows warfighters to send and receive voice and data over multiple networks simultaneously, creating a more complete common operational picture while dramatically enhancing situational awareness and mission command.
Intergraph's software has been designed to provide a common operational picture that enables its customers to capture, manage, analyze, integrate and act on unorganized and complex data in the prevention and response to critical incidents.
Tools such as Battle Command Sustainment Support System-Node Management help provide the common operational picture at the operational and strategic levels for all sustainers.
The operator can preview the particular perspective prior to launching it on the display wall, as well as edit the perspective on the fly, to easily tune the common operational picture on the video wall based on current events.
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