“It is very gratifying that the people charged with the defence of a nation trust us to help them carry out their role,” comments ATDI managing director Peter Paul. “It’s an area of ATDI’s work that is not the most publicly prominent but, clearly, it would not be appropriate to discuss – or even mention – all that we do. Suffice it to say that we value greatly our relationship with military planners around the world.”
The course for the Brazilian army covered electronic warfare and communications as well as managing signal intelligence and cooperating in the areas of science and technology.
The 13 military personnel on the course received hands-on instructions on how to utilise HTZ warfare to model triangulation and jamming scenarios and learned how to detect mobile targets along a path and command control communications with unmanned aerial vehicles.
ATDI has a two-year support contract with the Brazilian army to ensure extended training for military planners and operators.