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Ground Vehicle Systems play a critical role in the modern battlefield. DCS Corp supports the US Army and US Marine Corps in research, development, and sustainment of manned and unmanned Ground Vehicle Systems for Ground Combat, Combat Support, and Combat Service Support. Our staff of engineers, analysts, and technicians plays an active role in the identification and maturation of emerging technologies for ground vehicles by supporting key Army Technology Objective (ATO) programs.
These programs address a wide array of areas critical to ground vehicle systems including system integration, situational awareness, robotics control, and power management through analysis, simulation, prototyping, and testing. Army Ground Vehicle ATO’s supported include:
- Robotics Collaboration
- Robotic Vehicle Control Architecture
- Improved Mobility and Operational Performance through Autonomous Technologies
- Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Propulsion
US Army and US Marine Corps Ground Systems
Our systems engineers support the modernization of current ground vehicle systems and the development of new ground vehicle systems in the architecting, development, integration and evaluation of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) equipment. Our engineers also provide software lifecycle support to Ground Vehicle Program Managers including planning, software independent verification and validation, and development of laboratories to conduct post production software support. Supported vehicles include:
- Bradley Fighting Vehicle
- Abrams Main Battle Tank
- Stryker Family of Vehicles
- Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles
- Light Armored Vehicle
- Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle