Ground forces will use the system for both general and fires command and control applications, from mission planning to the execution phase.
The company designed the Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System to provide warfighters a common operational picture, integrating and using information from many sources.
According to the company, the system also helps plan, coordinate and control battlefield elements including mortars, close air support, naval gunfire, attack helicopters, offensive electronic warfare, field artillery cannons, rockets and guided missiles.
To date, more than 5,100 systems are fielded worldwide to the support the fires warfighting function of the U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps.
The Waltham, Mass.-based missile maker is also developing new radars and air traffic navigation systems for the Navy.