We have a Lieutenant Colonel  advising the Ukrainian military command and control program. It is called Delta Center. It centralizes intelligence from drones and other sources: "Some of this intelligence is also shared with U.S. military attachés, who are analyzing it to better understand Russia’s capabilities."
Remarkably, the war is seen in this article as a new job opportunity, while the successes of Donetsk and Lugansk only appear as a "flood of Russian arms:"
"In the spring of 2014, Ukrainian IT graduates found a new job opportunity. Across the Donbass, the coal mining belt and industrial heartland in southeast Ukraine, militias were arming and road blocks manned by angry miners were springing up. [Why are they angry!] As Russian arms, ammunition, equipment, and troops flooded the region, the Ukrainian army was thrown back again and again."