MTA is a leading developer of DFCS for major military weapon systems including the Digitized M119A3, Paladin, M777A2 and M150/151 Mortar Fire Control System. Our domain experience in the development of Systems and Software has provided advancements, improvements, and solutions for Artillery Ballistics, Muzzle Velocity Calculations, Message Parsing, Message Composition, Message Decomposition, Navigation, UTM Coordinates, Latitude and Longitude (Lat/Long) coordinates, True North coordinates, Soldier Machine Interface development (displays and control), and Ammunition Selection processing. In addition, MTA has extensive experience with both hardware and software interfaces for Army Radio Network Communication. This involves Systems Engineering to determine requirements and Software Engineering to design, develop, and integrate with the DFCS and to interoperate with Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS). MTA has developed leading solutions for DFCS.
MTA has vast domain experience in developing the software and formal testing of Digital Fire Control Systems. MTA currently develops and maintains the LHMBC Computer Based Trainer, related Web-Site development and management, and related software programs and training documentation.