One GCS. One operator. Full control.
Command and control multiple unmanned aircraft from a single workstation.
Operate from a laptop or soldier-worn device
Open architecture and fully supported SDK
Over 820,000 operational flight hours
Get all the technical specs.
• STANAG 4586 Edition 2 (Amendment 2)
• STANAG 4609 Digital Video
• Cursor-on-target (CoT) for networked target, track and vehicle route data
• Common Route Definition (eCRD) allowing exchange of routes with third-party mission planners
• MPEG2-TS with H.264 video and STD
• 0601.02 KLV Metadata
• SAE AS-4 JAUS-IOP to communicate with unmanned ground vehicle
Working With ICOMC2
Insitu’s Common Open Mission Management Command and Control (ICOMC2) is a small-footprint system designed for customization and adaptability.
The base ICOMC2 system has a fully supported Software Development Kit (SDK) that enables customization for your operational needs and mission-specific requirements.
ICOMC2 features a number of plug-ins that reduce operator workload and improve mission results, including Unmanned Vehicle Plug-in for Adrucopter, Search, RF Link Analysis, Airspace Management, and Cursor-on-Target.
The system can scale up to operate on large screens with several displays, providing larger audiences with an integrated picture of the area of operation.
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ICOMC2 is at the heart of every Insitu system.
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