The U.S. Army Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Center strives to make a positive impact for Soldiers. We serve a unique purpose of developing technologies the U.S. Army uses on platforms: from Soldier to ground vehicle, and from Air to Space. The C5ISR Center ensures our forces have the capability to see, sense, communicate, and move faster than our adversaries.
C5ISR Center’s diverse technical expertise enables us to develop, engineer and foresee essential Army needs in mission command, intelligence technologies, applications and network designed to connect and protect the Soldier. These areas include:
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT & AUTOMATION
Success in multidomain operations depends on developing an integrated set of capabilities that work together and enable decision-making at greater speeds than ever before. To ensure the Army is postured for success, the Center optimizes contributions to multidomain operations and the Army’s vision. We accomplish this by:
that enable information dominance and tactical overmatch for joint forces.
across a wide variety of capability areas that support all six Army modernization priorities.
providing more than three decades of night-vision technology development.
on the battlefield with work in tactical radios, satellite communications and mission-command capabilities.
Army researchers are teaming with operational units to define the future of countermine technology while developing solutions for Soldiers.
Erica Bertoli was announced as an ATHENA Leadership Award finalist for the Harford County, Maryland, region Jan. 8, 2023.
The Army completed its annual capstone Network Modernization Experiment, or NetModX, after 10 weeks of experimentation spanning 62 technologies.