The advancement of technologies in the modern warfare has allowed the design of increasingly versatile tools in order to perform effectively and coherently in the battlefield. The modern infantry soldier, fully equipped with advanced weapon and communication systems, has become a source of battlefield intelligence. Outfitted with a multitude of electronic devices, such as a navigation system, battery packs, headsets, warning sensors, video visor for weapons, night vision glasses and many more.
The weight and amount of these devices, as well as the multiple power requirements, increases the need for miniaturization and energy management in order to engage easily and effectively in the battlefield.
Techaya’s MILTECH410 is an integrated soldier power and data management system (ISPDS) with combining 1G LAN, USB3 and SMBUS communication for infantry soldiers. The MILTECH 410 has the ability to prioritize energy supply to the different devices. In addition, the unit can be hooked up to an external power source and charges the input batteries. See how it works here.