New conformal batteries better enable soldier-mounted tech such as computers, navigation system and night vision.
The Army and DOD are working with industry to engineer networking technologies able to connect combat forces in an environment where GPS systems are jammed or disabled.
The Army’s Health Readiness Center of Excellence is now testing and developing new robots that can locate and medevac soldiers injured in combat.
The Army is preparing to select a vendor to build a new Mounted Family of Computer Systems with faster processing speed and an improved user interface.
DT Research’s DT301 ruggedized tables are built with a magnesium alloy to ensure an ability to withstand rigorous terrain, combat conditions and wet conditions.
The Army’s new prototype turns dismounted soldiers into electronic warriors, with just a pack and rugged tablet.
The Marines will provide PacStar 400-series communications modules for vehicle-mounted and dismounted combat operations.
A new handheld device for ground forces aggregates radio signals to provide force location data in combat, without GPS.
A new 8-inch tablet allows senior commanders to transmit secret information and view real-time video feeds.
With the handheld PCARD, Marines in the field can alert leaders to low supplies and build
better logistical data.
The latest EW jammer for radio-controlled IEDs will use same software and architecture for ground fighters, vehicles, and compounds.
Software catalog helps find the specs on parts that need replacing.