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Army Chooses Rugged Displays and Embedded Servers for Mine-Clearing Vehicles

U.S. Army mine warfare experts needed rugged displays and embedded servers to help view and control sensor data on the Army's mine-clearing armored vehicles. They found their solution from General Micro Systems

 

The MMPV is a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) armored vehicle specially fitted with the multifunction video display system that integrates full-motion video from several different sources at each of the vehicle's crew stations.

Onboard vehicle sensors and systems that the MVD controls include the vehicle optical sensor system (VOSS), situational awareness cameras, man transportable robotic system, interrogation arm, radios, and other communication systems.

The MMPV moves down the road at slow speeds using vehicle-mounted sensors to detect and classify potential explosive threats. Each crew member can view and control on-board sensors separately from his display.

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