Elbit Launches New Vehicular Tactical Computer

Photo: Elbit Systems

Elbit Systems has revealed the seventh generation of its Enhanced Tactical Computer (ETC MK7) at the NIDV exhibition, currently taking place in Rotterdam.

According to the company, more than 20,000 of its previous versions have been installed onboard various combat vehicles, providing robust command and control and tactical data dissemination capabilities to Armed Forces worldwide.

The ETC MK7 complies with NATO’s Generic Vehicular Architecture (GVA). It is backwards compatible and embeds powerful commercial of the shelf (COTS) components including the Inteli7 Quad Core processor and a Solid-State Drive. The new tactical computer features a 12.1” sun-readable LCD display, a high-resolution capacitive touch screen, a GPS as well as a video capture capability.

The ETC MK7 is designed to operate under harsh environmental and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) conditions, is fully compliant with MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-461E, and interfaces with analog and digital radio systems. The ETC MK7 is offered either as an integrated unit or in a split display-processor unit configuration.

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