AT&T’s Mike Leff: ‘Robust’ Network for Military IoT to Drive ISR, Supply Chain Opportunities

Mike Leff

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 20, 2018 — Mike Leff, vice president for global defense at AT&T‘s (NYSE: T) public sector business, has said a “robust” network with connectivity and security capabilities will deliver competitive advantage to the U.S. military as it seeks to leverage intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data generated through the internet of things, C4ISRNet reported Aug. 3.

Leff noted in the report that beyond ISR opportunities, the use of IoT in the military also serves to provide visibility into the supply chain for expeditionary and logistics operations, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 6.

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