The ROKAF version of the JHMCS
II helmet provides pilots with enhanced situational awareness during day and night missions with immediate and accurate visor-projected display of friendly, threat, and unknown targets.
Elbit Systems Vision Systems International Awarded a Contract valued at approximately $32 Million to Supply Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems (JHMCS
) to The Boeing Company.
Just as important, the engineered fix prevents a JHMCS
display unit shortage.
Joint Helmet-Mounted A helmet-mounted display and cueing system Cueing System allowing the pilot to assess aircraft and (JHMCS
) weapons status while maintaining "eyes out" of the cockpit.
All future aviators will fight with the next generation of helmet, the joint helmet-mounted cueing system (JHMCS
), which interfaces with the aircraft's computers, weapons, and sensor hardware.
In addition to the JHMCS
, VSI is developing the advanced HMD for the Lockheed Martin (Ft.
Vista Sabre II, the JHMCS
's initial prototype, provided a building block for helmet-display development.
DJHMCS is an improved helmet mounted display (HMD) system, incorporating new technology, developed for commercial aviation, into the operationally-proven Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS
Elbit Systems of America integrates various advanced systems into the F-16 and through its RCEVS joint venture with Rockwell Collins is a provider of joint helmet mounted cueing systems (JHMCS
) and HMDs.
HATR avoidance campaign and disciplined procedural execution; comprehensive/objective analysis of IFEs; mishap trend analysis; BASH-25 kills; acquisition of helmet lights and clear JHMCS
visors for improved safety during night/dusk/dawn flight ops; diligent Opsec measures; Stan-Eval knowledge reinforcement-bimonthly CAPs, MQF tests, read-files; and superior vigilance by all 14 EFS personnel.
This included a Link 16 datalink and Joint Helmet-Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS
) BAE Systems Com-Bat radar warning receiver and decoy dispenser.
He spoke about the Joint Helmet-Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS
) that went through the IOCSR process and required changes because it couldn't meet the required logistics hurdles.