Major Shadman Sipar Ocean Arty
Future Forces Forum Future Forces Exhibition 2016 Future Soldier Systems Conference (FSSC) 2016
Towards Developing a Cost-effective Advanced Battlefield Command System in Reaching the Future Soldier Systems
The structure and thoughts of ‘Future Soldier Systems’ is rapidly changing with the evolvement of new technologies. Military budget is increasing every year with the advancement of technologies. To equip the military forces, almost every country spends a lion share of her national budget. In this project, we tried to design and develop a prototype of ‘Future Soldier Systems’ focusing on battle command system by incorporating an indigenous advanced combat helmet, which will be used by the frontline troops. The proposed system will use both the data and satellite connectivity. An android based mobile application is developed as part of the proposed system that will help soldiers to get the necessary information about first aid kit, field manuals, weather forecast, translation navigation services. Special consideration is emphasized on power management to make the system more sustainable in any rough terrain. Using the proposed system, commander in different tiers will be able to visualize the actual picture of the battle field through live streaming, which in turn will help them in the process of decision making about battle field. Cost effectiveness is considered in all aspects of the proposed system. The proposed system may be a good option for the soldiers of developing countries.
Co-authors: MAJ Md Faruk Hussain Khan, MAJ Muhammad Nazrul Islam, LTC Md Abdur Razzak, COL A B M Humayun Kabir
Mr. Shadman is serving in Bangladesh Army in the rank of Major. He was commissioned in Corps of Artillery on 28 June 2004. He participated in number of military courses. He also served in United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) as a Staff Officer in 2011. He has keen interest in programming, interfacing, networking and artificial intelligence. He has one conference paper in renowned international conference on Artificial Intelligence. At present, he is pursuing B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering at Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST). He is carrying out a research project at MIST on ‘Future Soldiers System’. Major Shadman actively contributed significantly in the 18th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (ICCIT 2015) held at MIST.