Rome Sentinel Covers ATAK

This article, somewhat in response to the Draper article was posted in the Rome Sentinel.  Its a quick overview of ATAK and TAKServer.  From the article, An Android Tactical Assault Kit application being developed for the military by the Rome Air Force Research Laboratory in conjunction with several private contractors can be used on battlefields to call in airstrikes, among …

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RT Covers ATAK Development

RT News (Russian Times — a Russian State media source) covers ATAK, with a somewhat negative spin, based on the Draper news report: A US lab is working on an Android application which would enable troops to call in airstrikes and control drones via a smartphone. Dubbed the Android Terminal Assault Kit (ATAK), the map-based prototype app is said to …

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Draper Works on ATAK

Draper broke the first ATAK-related story in 2013.  Here’s the original article. Draper Laboratory-led industry team is currently developing a video whiteboarding capability for the Android Terminal Assault Kit (ATAK), which enables the ground troops to easily call in air support and reduce friendly and civilian casualties during combat operations. Developed in collaboration with the US Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) …

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