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AGILE™

AGILE is BAE Systems’ Tactical Data Link (TDL) test, simulation, emulation and training product.
AGILE is BAE Systems’ Tactical Data Link (TDL) test, simulation, emulation and training product.

Without access to simulated Tactical Data Link (TDL) systems and training, operators could miss the decisive moment that might change the very nature and outcome of a joint mission.

Military operations increasingly depend upon information sharing and collaborative working. Combined with
the pace of change in TDL technologies, the need for continual training and confirmation that platforms can actually exchange information has never been more critical.

AGILE is an internationally-proven TDL test, simulation, emulation and training product which helps ensure this information exchange can take place successfully when it’s most needed.


AGILE is designed to rapidly, and cost effectively, simulate real life operational scenarios in a controlled multi-link network. With AGILE you can make sure that in the operational environment, all TDL enabled platforms can work together thus improving mission effectiveness and minimising through-life platform support costs.


By practising real-life operational scenarios in a controlled multi-link network environment, you can build your confidence before needing to make mission critical decisions during live operations. You can train as you fight, and fight as you train.


AGILE will:

• Enable the creation of dynamic real-life training scenarios without the cost of implementing all TDLs for a mission thread.

• Provide the opportunity to practice real-life operational scenarios in a controlled multi-link network environment, enabling confidence to be built before needing to make mission critical decisions during live operations

• Test and validate a platform's capability to receive and transmit large and complex scenarios providing improved confidence before going "live". This includes Imagery (J16) messages and realistic simulation of Space Track (J3.6) model for testing and user training of Space Track functionality.