JHMCSJoint Helmet Mounted Cueing System
JHMCSJewish Hospital Medical Center South (Louisville, KY)
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The JHMCS II Night Vision Goggle (NVG) and Digital Eyepiece (DEP) solution allows pilots to easily convert from day to night operations by using one hand while airborne and without removing the helmet.
Just as important, the engineered fix prevents a JHMCS display unit shortage.
The JHMCS night-vision cueing and display (NVCD) will integrate image-intensifier capabilities into the existing day-capable system for night operations.
6 million, VSI will provide JHMCSs, including spares, technical support, and support equipment for the LRIP (low-rate initial production) 4 acquisition.
The VCATS program proved itself invaluable to the development of the JHMCS and the advancement of helmet-mounted displays in the US military.
Alan Brown, F-16 JHMCS integration team leader at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Fort Worth, Texas, said the main helmet functions operated as expected, and the missions went well.
The JHMCS displays flight information on the inside of the helmet visor, so that the data is visible to the pilot at all times.
Rockwell Collins' joint venture awarded JHMCS contracts Vision Systems International, LLC, a joint venture between Rockwell Collins and Elbit Systems, has received several new contracts with a total value of more than $80 million for Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS).
Now, Elbit Systems of America advances this technology with the DEP, a lightweight night vision cueing and display solution for the JHMCS helmet mounted display system.
It can be directed at such targets either by the aircraft radar or the Vision Systems International (Kaiser/ Elbit) JHMCS (Joint Helmet-Mounted Cueing System).
This is the first JHMCS II integration effort in the US for military cargo aircraft.