US Army orders more MFoCS
Leonardo DRS has received orders to supply additional Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) to the US Army, the company announced on 8 August.
The $58 million in orders are part of an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, and bring the total MFoCS sales from the US Army to more than $110 million.
Leonardo DRS will provide the army with dismountable tablets, processor units, docking stations, interconnecting cables, and three sizes of ruggedised sunlight-readable touch-screen display units.
MFoCS systems are being installed in ground combat and tactical vehicles to provide modular computing capabilities for the US Army and other services.
MFoCS' faster processing performance enables support for simultaneous applications as well as the integration of additional sensors and communications networks. The rugged tactical computers meet severe platform environmental requirements.
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