Rockwell Collins showcases new FMC-4000 mission computers at ILA Berlin Air ShowNews
May 22, 2014
BERLIN. Rockwell Collins launched its FMC-4000 series of flight and mission computers at the ILA Berlin Air Show, from May 20-25. The series is available for fighter, tanker, trainer, transport, rotary-wing, and unmanned systems aircraft.
The FMC-4000 series uses the latest multicore processor and hardware, in addition to accelerated signal processing, compression functions, and video. The computers are suitable for dual-use applications and comply with both commercial and military environmental requirements. “Our FMC-4000 flight and mission computers seamlessly connects systems and applications on board, allowing pilots to control overall aircraft functionality,” says Claude Alber, Vice President and Managing Director of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, for Rockwell Collins.
The FMC-4000 series features flexibility and scalability across various platforms, delivering high-performance functionality while decreasing Size, Weight, Power, and Cost (SWaP-C).
For more information, visit www.rockwellcollins.com.