ATAK Integrates with Army CPCE, MCE

C4ISRNET Reports ATAK integration with CPCE, MCE:

The Army is bringing two software products into the testing environment as the service changes its approach to its new vehicle-based common mission command system, the service’s program manager said.

The Mounted Computing Environment will serve as one component of the Army’s eventual common operating environment, which envisions a suite of tools that provide commanders and soldiers the same look and feel from the command post to the tactical edge. The Mounted Computing Environment will be featured on ground combat platforms.

The Army is accelerating its Joint Battle Command-Platform, which provides friendly forces awareness information known as blue force tracking.By: Mark Pomerleau

The two software products, which operate on Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) hardware, include Frontline v2.0 — the core software that has a common look and with Command Post Computing Environment software — and the Android Tactical Assault Kit (ATAK) solution, which has a common look and feel with Nett Warrior.

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