Collins Aerospace has been awarded a contract to produce the subsequent technology Digital Terminal Management Techniques (DTCS) beneath the Australian Land 17 Section 2 program.
This can be a observe on from the unique Section 1 program that Collins have been supporting for over 10 years.
The DTCS is a focusing on system utilised by Joint Terminal Assault Controllers (JTACs) and Joint Ahead Observers (JFOs) to request and coordinate help missions delivered by land, sea or air platforms.
“The ADF and Collins Aerospace have developed a partnership constructing and sustaining the present in-service system,” a spokesperson from the ADF stated. “As an business accomplice they’ve seemed to enhance the subsequent technology DTCS gear and have established a help program to make sure present and future interoperability with joint pressure and coalition platforms.”
“The subsequent technology DTCS system gives prolonged capabilities reminiscent of improved energy administration for longer mission period from the gear energy system, and an upgraded night time imaginative and prescient focusing on gear to be certain that the Australian Defence Power has the applied sciences required for the digital battlespace,” Sonny Foster, Managing Director of Collins Aerospace stated. “Going ahead, we’ll proceed to collaborate and develop extra in-country capabilities to help Australia’s defence applications.”
Collins Aerospace will work with the ADF to make sure that the DTCS delivered meet necessities all through the system’s lifetime of sort.