We invite you to visit your local Leonardo DRS facility for an Open House and to view the hardware demonstrations that support TACOM LCMC.
Technologies on Display:
Save the date for Tuesday and Wednesday, June 27-28, 2017. This event will take place from 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM.
Improved Bradley Acquisition Subsystem (IBAS) Block 2 - The new Improved Bradley Acquisition System (IBAS) Block 2 includes enhanced capabilities to improve operational efficiencies and lethality and provides life-cycle cost and reliability improvements.
Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) - MFoCS provides modular computing capabilities for ground vehicles and weapons platforms across the joint services.
Multi-Mission Hemispheric Radar (MHR) - Multi-Mission Hemispheric Radar (MHR) family provides advanced force and border protection solutions. Based on a true AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) antenna the MHR can be integrated with any C4I system and other radars/sensors.
Data Distrbution Unit - Expandable (DDUx)
The DDUx is a highly integrated and extremely rugged computing Server incorporating Intel’s Core i7 processor technology, as well as removable 2.5” solid state hard drives.
Multi-Function Rugged Tablet (MRT 104)
DRS’ military rugged tablet establishes new standards in functionality and performance for portable rugged computers.
Multi-Function Rugged Displays (MRD)
The MRDs are multi-function, extremely rugged, sun light readable displays that incorporate resistive touch screens.
Joint Assault Bridge (JAB)
DRS' advanced bridging technology solves a long standing Army capability gap, and JAB emplaces the existing military load class 85 “scissor” bridge.
On-Board Vehicle Power (OBVP)
When towed generators are not the best power-needs solution, OBVP provides commanders with flexibility and agility to access power on the go. While simultaneously reducing maintenance and support costs.
Reconfigurable Integrated-Weapons Platform (RIwP)
The Reconfigurable Integrated Weapons Platform (RIwP) is providing today’s warfighter with “see first and shoot first, with accuracy,” capabilities, thanks to EO/IR sensor technologies by DRS.
TROPHY™ Active Protection System (APS)
By proactively detecting, locating, and (if necessary) neutralizing anti-armor threats, TROPHY™ dramatically increases platform survivability, and creates a new paradigm of networked threat awareness for maneuver forces.
Targeting Under Armor (TUA)
The TUAs mission is to provide precision far-target location and laser target designation for both artillery and precision-guided munitions to achieve first-shot target lethality.
Enhanced Situational Awareness (ESA) System
The ESA uses the DVE Wide as the heart of the system. The DVE Wide allows three external cameras to plug into the system and provide a stitched video output so the operator can view all the cameras on a single display.
Vehicle Intercom System (VIS)
The DRS Vehicle Intercom System (VIS) is a non-developmental product that offers a flexible, future- proof solution to platform based audio.
Early Entry Fluid Distribution System (E2FDS)
The E2FDS compliments the Inland Petroleum Distribution System (IPDS) by providing an early entry bulk fuel and raw water distribution capability.