By Robbin Laird
During my current visit to Australia, I had a chance to visit Electric Optical Systems (EOS) in Canberra and to meet with the founder and his senior team working on space systems.
EOS works closely with global customers, including the United States, and provides cutting edge lasers and sensors to provide for a variety of military solutions.
My colleague Edward Timperlake has written about the central significance of what he calls the payload-utility function for 21st century forces, and the reversal between platforms and payload utility capabilities within the kill web, which various platforms in the combat force integrate to provide the desired, combat effect.
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