The Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) is a common computing solution that consolidates the requirements from a range of programs and military computing users.
The Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) represents the most advanced generation of rugged computers and displays ever engineered for military use. MFoCS represents the knowledge and experience gained through over 15 years of Mission Command and Battle Management Combat Experience with the US Army FBCB2, JBC-P, BFT, MTS Logistics and UK Army Bowman programs.
MFoCS deftly executes the software necessary for a range of applications — Command and Control, Maneuver, Logistics and Situational Awareness. In addition, it can run multiple software packages at full speed, simultaneously, and is engineered to accommodate future software demands.
MFoCS represents an improvement in system integration and display of current on-board sensors, such as Driver’s Vision Enhancer (DVE), 360-degree situational awareness cameras, gunshot detection systems; Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) sights; Vehicle Health Management System (VHMS); Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) sensors; and more. When it comes to communications, the MFoCS hardware infrastructure is also fully capable of managing control of combat net radios, routing of data between terrestrial and Satellite Communications (SATCOM) radios and cross-banding between two different networks.
Today's generation of Warfighter deserves a next-generation mounted computer.
MFoCS includes new technologies such as the Intel® 3rd generation Core™ i7 Processor, expanded memory, greater storage and enhanced Information Assurance (IA). These enhancements provide significantly improved processing capacity and efficiency to run next generation software applications such as JBC-P, Forward Observer System (FOS) and the Tactical Ground Reporting (TiGR) System.