Harris CONOP hC2

Higher Headquarters

Commanders at Headquarters (HQ) must successfully plan and execute multi-coalition missions involving various ground, air, maritime, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and supply line assets.

hC2™ Command Key Benefits:

  • Gives commanders a clear view of the Common Operational Picture, including joint and coalition forces
  • Provides reliable narrow and wideband radio network integration for high-level intelligence gathering  
  • Offers collaborative tools for tactical planning and order development
  • Ensures interoperability from HQ to brigade, including joint operations

Tactical Operations Center (TOC)

Tactical Operations Center (TOC) commanders execute HQ orders - deploying forces and assets while monitoring and quickly adjusting tothe  latest Situational Awareness from forces and ISR assets.

hC2™ Command Key Benefits:

  • Provides critical information allowing TOC commanders to execute orders quickly and accurately 
  • Delivers reliable narrow and wideband radio network integration for tactical communications
  • Offers collaborative tools for tactical planning and order development
  • Ensures interoperability from brigade forces to tactical edge warfighters

Maritime Forces

Maritime border patrols need real-time communications, Situational Awareness and ISR to quickly and effectively respond to changing needs.

hC2™ Command Key Benefits:

  • Use continuous information from UAVs, radar, sonar and other intelligence feeds to update the Common Operational Picture
  • Reliable narrow and wideband radio network integration
  • Ensures interoperability across the operation

Critical Infrastructure

Security commanders have to monitor and protect critical infrastructure, including electrical grids, water systems and airports.

  hC2 Patrol Key Benefits:

  • Security commanders have access to real-time intelligence sent from ground sensors, video, radar and other sources, giving them a complete view of the Common Operational Picture
  • They are able to see graphic displays of movements of blue and red forces and assets over time 
  • Security commanders are able to swiftly evaluate the situation, make decisions and communicate a Course Of Action Plan to security task forces

Dismounted Soldiers

Staying agile is critical for dismount commanders and soldiers. To remain safe and effective, they need the latest Blue and Red Force Tracking, ISR and Situational Awareness, and a way to quickly and clearly communicate changes up and down echelon.

hC2™ Dismount Key Benefits:

Complicated maneuvers can be quickly illustrated on a map and shared up and down echelon, eliminating lengthy verbal communications and speeding mission execution.

  •  Android™-based operating system enhances ease of use and allows multi-platform operability
  •  Provides automatic sharing of updated command layers and latest Friendly Force Tracking intelligence

Airborne Asset

Airborne forces must supply critical ISR and extend ground communications Beyond-Line-Of-Sight during operations in geographically challenging environments. 


 hC2™ Patrol Key Benefits

  • Airborne technologies gather, transmit and relay voice, data and video to ground HQ, Dismount and Patrol commanders, updating the Common Operational Picture in real-time 
  • Ground commanders can see a display of all air asset locations within hC2™ Patrol, ensuring more agile deployment of airborne mission support
  • Aerial forces can seamlessly transfer data gathered from aircraft to ground deployment in-vehicle and to headquarters

Satellite

Ground forces operating in geographically challenging environments need to extend communications and intelligence gathering capabilities Beyond-Line-Of-Sight (BLOS).

SATCOM technologies provide BLOS capabilities to transmit and relay voice, data and video, linking ground forces to commanders and other soldiers anywhere in the world.

Mobile Operations Center

Maintaining a clear view of the operational picture and uninterrupted connection to the network is critical to mobile commanders as they rapidly change vehicles and locations.

Tank and MRAP convoys need real-time, local ISR from UAVs to keep TOC updated and to guide tactical edge forces away from danger and toward mission goals.

hC2™ Patrol Key Benefits:

  • Mobile commanders seamlessly transfer data from vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-headquarters
  • Mobile commanders have a real-time view of the Common Operating Picture and latest Situational Awareness
  • Intuitive interface is the same across all hC2 applications

Vehicle Convoy

Maintaining a clear view of the operational picture and uninterrupted connection to the network is critical to mobile commanders as they rapidly change vehicles and locations.

Tank and MRAP convoys need real-time, local ISR from UAVs to keep TOC updated and to guide tactical edge forces away from danger and toward mission goals.

hC2™ Patrol Key Benefits:

  • Mobile commanders seamlessly transfer data from vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-headquarters
  • Mobile commanders have a real-time view of the Common Operating Picture and latest Situational Awareness
  • Intuitive interface is the same across all hC2 applications

Mobile Patrol

Maintaining a clear view of the operational picture and uninterrupted connection to the network is critical to mobile commanders as they rapidly change vehicles and locations.

Tank and MRAP convoys need real-time, local ISR from UAVs to keep TOC updated and to guide tactical edge forces away from danger and toward mission goals.

hC2™ Patrol Key Benefits:

  • Mobile commanders seamlessly transfer data from vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-headquarters
  • Mobile commanders have a real-time view of the Common Operating Picture and latest Situational Awareness
  • Intuitive interface is the same across all hC2 applications