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  • by chandan Dixit FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM
  • FCS A SYSTEM OF NEXT GENERATION ARMED FORCE  FCS program now drives the modernization of the Army and many of its procurement expenditures. It consists of an integrated family of advanced, networked combat and sustainment systems; unmanned ground and air vehicles; and unattended sensors and munitions intended to equip the Army‘s new transformational modular combat brigades.  This is a network programming system that network of UAV, UGV,ACS,FFV.
  • Unmanned aerial vehicle Unmanned Aircraft System(UAS) is an aircraft that flies without a human crew on board the aircraft Fly autonomously based on pre-programmed flight plans using more complex dynamic automation systems Military UAV perform reconnaissance as well as attack missions. Logistics – UAV specifically designed for cargo and logistics operation
  • UAV classification They can also be categories in terms of range/altitude and the following has been advanced as relevant at such industry events as Unmanned Systems forum:  Handheld 2,000 ft (600 m) altitude, about 2 km range  Close 5,000 ft (1,500 m) altitude, up to 10 km range  MALE (medium altitude, long endurance) up to 30,000 ft (9,000 m) and range over 200 km  HALE (high altitude, long endurance) over 30,000 ft and indefinite range  HYPERSONIC high-speed, supersonic (Mach 1-5) or hypersonic (Mach 5+) 50,000 ft (15,200 m) or suborbital altitude, range over 200 km  ORBITAL low earth orbit (Mach 25+)  CIS Lunar Earth-Moon transfer
  • Aegis Combat System The Aegis Combat System is an integrated naval weapons system (ACS) is an advanced command and control (Command and Decision) and Weapon Control System (WCS)  That uses powerful computers and radars to track and guide weapons to destroy enemy targets  The ACS is composed of the Aegis Weapon System (AWS), the fast- reaction component of the Aegis Anti-Aircraft Warfare (AAW) capability
  • Features of ACS  The Aegis Combat System is controlled by an advanced, automatic detect- and-track, multi-function three-dimensional passive electronically scanned array radar, the SPY-1. Known as "the Shield of the Fleet",  The SPY high-powered (six megawatt) radar is able to perform search, tracking, and missile guidance functions simultaneously with a track capacity of well over 100 targets at more than 100 nautical miles (190 km).  the Standard missiles through a radio frequency (RF) uplink using the AN/SPY-1 radar for midcourse guidance of the missile  The Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System program is intended to enable the Aegis system to act in a Sea- based Ballistic Missile Defense function
  • Multifunctional Utility/Logistics and Equipment vehicle  The Multifunctional Utility/Logistics and Equipment Vehicle is a Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) that will support dismounted and air assault operations  The MULE is sling-loadable under military rotorcraft and features a common chassis  The MULE's unique, highly advanced 6x6 independent articulated suspension, coupled with in-hub motors powering each wheel, provides extreme mobility in complex terrain, far exceeding that of vehicles utilizing more conventional suspension systems.
  • Armed Robotic Vehicle  MULE Vehicle (ARV-A-L) (XM1219) will feature an integrated weapons and reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition (RSTA) package to support the dismounted infantry’s efforts to locate and destroy enemy platforms and positions. The ARV-A-L will support both anti-tank and anti-personnel weapons platforms that will be remotely operated by network linked Soldiers.  The Countermine MULE Vehicle (MULE-CM) (XM1218) would provide the capability to detect, mark, and neutralize anti-tank mines  The XM1217 was canceled in December 2009 along with the XM1218. It would have been able to haul 1,900 to 2,400 pounds of equipment.
  • Mine Detection ,Transport, reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition From top to bottom:XM1218, XM1217, XM1219
  • Future Force Warrior Future Force Warrior(FFW) is a advanced technology demonstration project that is part of the Future Combat Systems project.The FFW project seeks to create a lightweight, fully integrated infantryman combat system concept envisions the radical use of technologies such as nanotechnology, powered exoskeletons, and magnetorheological fluid-based body armor to provide the infantry with significantly higher force multiplier than the opposing force Air Warrior and Warrior
  • FFW FIVE KEY FEATURES  The FFW project aims to help protect the soldier by providing full-body bullet and fragmentation protection.  The technologies to help reduce the soldier's fighting load and power requirements and improving the soldier's protection.  WarfighterPhysiological Status MonitorSubsystem  Airwarrior ensemble, with the product intended to provide life support, ballistic protection, and nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) protection in mission modules.  The Weapon Subsystem is of light weight ,powerful ammunition
  • Unmanned ground vehicle  Unmanned Ground Vehicle is a lightweight, man portable Ground Vehicle (UGV) capable of conducting military operations in urban terrain, tunnels, sewers, and caves. The SUGV aids in the performance of manpower- intensive or high-risk functions (i.e. urban Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions, chemical/Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC), Toxic Industrial Materials (TIM), reconnaissance, etc.).  Working to minimize Soldiers' exposure directly to hazards, the UGV's modular design allows multiple payloads to be integrated in a plug-and-play fashion.
  • Relation between combat systems  Work as continuous pattern  Form a network  All having its own importance in their field  All system multi dollars project  Economically high to developing country Unmanned ground Naval combat Unmanned Ariel Multiple & logistic Future warrior
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