Leonardo DRS wins $105M Army mounted computer contract

Leonardo DRS has won a $105 million contract to provide mounted computer systems to the Army.

This is the third production order Leonardo DRS has received for mission command computing systems known as the Mounted Family of Computer Systems. The contract is part of the Army’s modernization effort for ground combat vehicles, combat support vehicles and command posts.

Leonardo DRS is in the third year of a potential 10-year contract supporting requirements for U.S. Army Mounted Mission Command and Mounted Computing Operating Environment.

The mounted computer system is a family of common computing and display systems that consolidates a range of programs and military computing users. The system upgrades of the Army’s Joint Battle Command – Platform and features upgrades, cybersecurity improvements and multi-touch displays.

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