VCSi is the next generation product in the VCS family. Built upon our extensive experience, VCSi brings modular and extensible control to your system. VCSi is made in Canada, commercially available and is ITAR free. Its modular architecture allows you to purchase only the components you need for your system. A developer-friendly API and plug-in architecture allows you to easily add or extend functionality for your unique needs. Leverage our wealth of experience and unman your future with VCSi.
Lockheed Martin CDL Systems specializes in the development and licensing of vehicle control station software for unmanned systems.
Lockheed Martin CDL Systems has developed an open, standards-based, and commercial off-the-shelf software product that has been integrated into numerous unmanned vehicle platforms. The company’s products are designed on low-cost, interoperable, and open architecture systems to support government and civil applications around the world, with more than one million hours of operational use.
In situations with multiple unmanned systems Hydra Fusion Tools truly shines, showing all systems in a single homogeneous display, optimized for the user.
mGCS is a software application that serves as the UAV operator’s user interface for controlling and monitoring mini and small unmanned vehicle systems.
Our team brings the full package of technical expertise and a collaborative approach by communicating with our customers and users from development to integration.
Our Vehicle Control Station (VCS) software is a fully integrated command, control, and information system designed for operating and monitoring unmanned vehicle systems.
Lockheed Martin CDL Systems USA, Inc.
1525 Perimeter Parkway Suite 520
Huntsville, AL 35806
Lockheed Martin Canada CDL Systems
a division of Lockheed Martin Canada Inc.
Harvest Hills Office Park, Building 5000. Suite 5301
333 - 96 Avenue NE
Calgary, AB T3K 0S3
The best person for the job isn’t always one.
Technology is transforming how humans and machines work together. That’s why Lockheed Martin is investing in the development of optionally-manned and unmanned systems that serve as a capability multiplier.