Good Speedy Prototyping Style images

Some cool fast prototyping design and style photos:

Prototype Integration Facility
rapid prototyping design
Image by CERDEC
From style, improvement and fabrication to installation, integration and fielding support, engineers and technicians with CERDEC’s Command, Energy and Integration Directorate Prototype Integration Facility, or PIF, deliver low-production prototype C4ISR systems for Soldier testing in actual-planet environments. Soldier feedback feeds into the C4ISR PIF’s iterative development processes, which makes it possible for engineers and technicians to rapidly and inexpensively hone the capabilities to obtain optimal functionality. (US Army RDECOM photo by Conrad Johnson)

Prototype Integration Facility
rapid prototyping design
Image by CERDEC
From design, development and fabrication to installation, integration and fielding assistance, engineers and technicians with CERDEC’s Command, Energy and Integration Directorate Prototype Integration Facility, or PIF, provide low-production prototype C4ISR systems for Soldier testing in real-globe environments. Soldier feedback feeds into the C4ISR PIF’s iterative development processes, which allows engineers and technicians to swiftly and inexpensively hone the capabilities to accomplish optimal efficiency. (US Army RDECOM photo by Conrad Johnson)

ECPC at NIE 16.1
rapid prototyping design
Image by CERDEC
Whether it is a TOC-in-a-Box or simply commanding from the hatch, CERDEC CP&ampI has developed various integrated mobile command post prototypes for Soldiers to evaluate in the course of NIE 16.1.
Even though the Light-Mobile Command Post integrates a light automobile with command post functions to establish a tactical command post, the Expeditionary Battalion Command Post integrates a prototype shelter structure with operate tables, projectors, laptops, mission command systems to establish a existing operations cell. The Combined Arms Battalion Mobile Tactical Command Post, on the other hand, is an M1068 tracked car with integrated mission command and radio capabilities.

We supply a specific thanks to the Soldiers of the 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment and the 2nd Brigade 1st Armored Division for their invaluable feedback and suggestions! The lessons learned from NIE will assist inform choice makers as the Army continues to shape its vision for expeditionary mission command beyond 2025.

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