L3 WESCAM is demonstrating its all-digital MXTM-GCS sighting system in four different configurations for short-range air defense at the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition, October 8 to 10, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
The demonstrations will feature a diverse range of mounting applications and advanced sensor capabilities in support of today’s critical ground-to- ground and ground-to-air land requirements.
L3’s MX-GCS is an above-armor sighting system that weighs up to 75 percent less than traditional glass periscope systems and performs with lower power consumption than other fielded solutions.
“Today’s land missions require sighting solutions that are versatile and flexible and offer exceptional clear, long-range sighting capabilities,” said Matthew Richi, President of L3’s Tactical Mission Systems sector, which includes L3 WESCAM.
“We are excited to show how the MX-GCS works across various customer land-based platforms, and we remain focused on developing innovative technologies that give our servicemen and women a distinct advantage in the field,” he added.
L3 has over 4,400 MX products operating from more than 220 different platforms in over 80 countries across the globe.