Cobham has developed a modular approach to Vehicle Intercom Systems (VIS) that provides customers with a complete capability across a wide spectrum of platform types and functions, ranging from light vehicles to heavy armour and command centres, enabling safe, secure, fast and reliable voice and data communications.
Cobham has developed three modular intercom systems in order to provide a complete capability across a wide spectrum of platform types and functions, ranging from light vehicles to heavy armour and command centres.
- TacG2 (AN/VIC-5) - Reflecting the increased emphasis users are placing on IP connectivity and VoIP integration, Cobham’s new software defined VIS, known as the TacG2 system, provides significantly increased capability and functionality for up to 20 crew and 16 radios.
- ROVIS (AN/VIC-3) – Designed for more complex tracked vehicles such as MBTs, IFVs and APCs where differing levels of crew access to individual radios, greater individual operator control and built-in-test are key features. ROVIS provides a battle-proven, rugged and simple to program digital intercom for up-to 6 crew and 6 radios.
- LV2 – Primarily targeted at light wheeled vehicles such as MRAP, HMMWV and Military Trucks where space is at a premium. The LV2 system provides a battle-proven, rugged and simple to use basic all-informed digital intercom for up to 10 crew and/or 6 radios.
Cobham’s modular concept for intercom systems enables additional functionality and/or capability to be introduced to existing in-service systems through the replacement or addition of new units, without the need for full system replacement. The interoperability across the range of Cobham’s VIS, includes ROVIS (AN/VIC-3), LV2 and TacG2 (AN/VIC-5) systems.