PEACE ON THE SPECTRUM
With COVID-19 dominating the headlines, we hope that all of you are well and the virus will be under control soon. Other crises in the world, in particular the political and humanitarian crises in Syria, Mali and Sudan, have got lost in the news about the virus, although this very virus will most likely worsen the humanitarian situation dramatically in these regions.
A new article in the European Security & Defence magazine sheds some light on the crucial role of COMINT and COMJAM systems in current UN peacekeeping and humanitarian missions. We find the article well worth a read and with permission of the publisher we attach thus to this news.
Deployed COMINT systems help to identify the position, movement, communication content and intentions of involved regular or irregular armed forces, making them an important tool in detecting and identifying violations of humanitarian law. COMJAM systems effectively interrupt communication among terrorist parties without the need to use physical or kinetic force.
Combined in integrated systems, COMINT and COMJAM make a significant contribution to UN peacekeeping missions with minimum manpower required. The PLATH Group can look back on a long history of providing our clients with integrated systems like these. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions concerning our capabilities to provide you with state-of-the-art combined COMINT and COMJAM systems for your next mission.
We hope you enjoy reading the article and stay safe!
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