NYT: During the counteroffensive on Kherson, Ukraine used the Delta system, which helped to dislodge the occupiers from near Kyiv

NYT: During the counterattack on Kherson, Ukraine used the Delta system, which helped push the occupiers out of Kyiv

During the counteroffensive on Kherson, Ukraine used the Delta system, which Russian hackers claimed to have broken. This is reported by The New York Times.

Delta is an information system that combines maps and detailed images of enemy positions in real time. Synchronization of this data with intelligence information, including from satellites and drones, makes it possible to make timely decisions on the offensive of Ukrainian troops. The system was developed by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine with the assistance of NATO, the first tests began in 2017.

High-ranking representatives of NATO and Ukraine said that Delta was a prime example of how the Armed Forces of Ukraine approached NATO standards. According to the publication, during the war in Ukraine, not only the military, but also officials and “verified” civilians can enter data into Delta.

The first serious test of this system took place at the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Thus, using the application of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, they tracked the movements of the Russian column moving towards Kyiv. Information from drones and from local residents in the system allowed the Ukrainian military to effectively attack Russian equipment while moving and eventually force Russia to retreat from Kyiv.

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