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TARDEC's Victory Systems Integration Laboratory (SIL) is a Key Tool for Advancing Standardized Ground Vehicle Electronic Architecture
ARMY TANK AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING CENTER WARREN MI
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The Vehicular Integration for C4ISREW Interoperability VICTORY Systems Integration Lab SIL is established and developed at the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Command TARDEC. The VICTORY SIL will be utilized for the development and integration of the extensive set of C4ISREW technologies that are to be systematically down selected to provide the comprehensive VICTORY services infrastructure required in the development of mission capabilities of the Armys tactical and combat vehicles. A fully functioning VICTORY SIL will be utilized for validation and independent verification of the Armys and the vendor provided C4ISREW sub-systems. The lab will emphasize the importance of testing the data, power physical interface strategy of the sub-systems in a low-cost laboratory environment before integration onto a vehicle. This paper describes how the VICTORY SIL will advance the RDECOMs vision for a standardized electronic architecture for ground vehicles as well as the strategy and process for the design, development and testing of the infrastructure and the VICTORY core services.
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