AF needs digital video recording

The Air Force Air Warfare Battlelab is looking for commercial or government technologies for digital video recording systems to record and play back the displayed images crew members see when flying combat aircraft. The systems will be used on MC-130E, MC-130H and MC-130P aircraft and should provide subsequent playback of recordings on a desktop monitor. Up to four displays will be recorded, including a combination of mapping radar, terrain-following radar, and forward-looking radar displays.

Responses are due by Dec. 17. Contact Michael Corson at michael.corson@


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