Dynamic changes are taking place today in military communications. Joint and coalition
interoperability, communications infrastructure for homeland defense, global network mobility
and flexibility as well as the over-arching need to achieve real-time information superiority
are some of the issues that are driving the development of infrastructure, standards, equipment
and technologies for the military of tomorrow.
Armed forces around the world require customized command, control and secured communications
infrastructures in order to deal with various rapidly changing tactical operational environments.
Soldiers and army personnel need the extra edge when combating enemies in open fields and uncertain environments.
In order to help these soldiers to optimize their new role in emergencies and in the battlefield,
NLTVC has developed a unique secure multimedia videoconferencing system called Advanced Mobile
Multimedia Conferencing System (AMMCS), a secure audio-visual communication system that is
developed in the current market for multi-warfare purposes, ranging from national to international public security.