Plasan introduces new combat vehicle smart server
Plasan is an Israeli contractor established in 1985 that specializes in combat vehicle systems. It develops, manufactures, and assembles custom-built vehicle armor systems and chassis. The company engineered V-BOX with automotive subsystems and sensors.
The company’s V-BOX technology is set to be unveiled at Defense and Security Equipment International this week in London.
V-BOX would provide combat vehicles a level of integration that would be unique in its ability to combine automotive and mission systems operability. That would provide war-fighters with an unprecedented level of situational awareness which could contribute to better safety and security, improved operability at the single vehicle level, combat team and entire vehicle fleets.
The V-BOX in-vehicle and cross-vehicle systems are designed to increase vehicle protection, combat effectiveness and operational efficiency across an entire fleet of combat vehicles. That’s increasingly important as military vehicles are constantly re-engineered to face all threats.
The unique server-based product is applied in a generic, NVGA-compliant open architecture. It uses plug-and-play modular systems coupled with advanced algorithms to meet the needs of different users and vehicle types.