HTZ warfare takes the high complexity of the calculations in the military field to an extremely intuitive level, simplifying the user experience within a wide range of applications:
HTZ warfare supports all today’s technologies to offer the essential set of features for electronic warfare simulations:
Radio-controlled improvised explosive devices (IED) create a high risk in and out of war environments.Jamming the networks increases safety for military personnel and civilians.
With HTZ warfare, the user can easily determine from the graphical display which route would be safer, simulating a Signal-to-Jam (S/J) ratio calculation for every point located along the road by comparing the jammer power to the signal strength of the nearby cell towers.
ATDI:Making military deployment safer
Keeping in touch with headquarters while in enemy territory is an essential part of many military missions
HTZ warfare allowsengineers to simulate and evaluate the different possible routes. For instance, by identifying the areas with no possible communication with headquarters, routes can be chosen for ground vehicles, helicopters and planesmoving at different speeds and using different types of equipment.
ATDI: Choosing the optimal route
Radio localization - Countermeasures - Cognitive radios - Jamming - On The Move