While General Dynamics smart display and computing solutions have provided militaries with critical communications and information capability for years, high-bandwidth demands continue to grow. The SD9112 displays multiple high-resolution feeds from any sensor or camera with low latency to enable more efficient decision-making, driving, targeting, and stabilization in real time. The SD9112 tactical display showcased at the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2021 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington D.C. on October 11-13.
“At General Dynamics, soldier safety is our top priority. We know that when lives are on the line, every pixel counts,” said David Ibbetson, vice president and general manager of General Dynamics Mission Systems–International. “The SD9112 tactical display offers operators crystal clear visibility of surroundings and improved detection of obstacles in one ultra-high definition unit.”
This latest tactical display has been engineered specifically to withstand the harshest environments on both wheeled and tracked vehicles. Whether configured as a standalone display or a computer and display in one with Intel® Xeon® processor up to 6-cores/12-thread, the SD9112 provides high performance for every operator in a vehicle. Optional air-gapped secondary processor with KVM for segregation of applications with different levels of security. Optional H.265 video encoder/decoder provides sensor video distribution, recording and playback.
High heat, dust, smoke, water, vibration are no match for this rugged display, capable of withstanding the harshest environments without compromising performance. Whether configured as a standalone display or a computer and display in one, the SD9112 has fully customizable hardware and software capabilities that meet and adapt to your unique mission needs. Improved display and computing performance offers an all-in-one solution with SWaP-C advantages that lets you do more while saving valuable space inside the vehicle.