The C2 Subsystem permits to perform the Command and Control (C2) functions, helping the soldier to known the battlefield and facilitate the exchange of information and orders in the Command chain. In particular, the subsystem represents a responsible element of the "future Soldier" system for the collection, the management and the presentation of the Command and Control information; that information is transmitted internally and externally to the team through the "Communication" Subsystem, providing for a continuous exchange of the tactical situation at all levels of the Command chain.
The Display is used to visualize data and information processed and managed by the WPC; thanks to its small size, it can be placed in a pocket or inside the soldier's backpack.
The Wearable Personal Computer (WPC) is the platform that supports the Command and Control activities of the "future Soldier" system; through specific software and hardware, it implements the functionality of collection, procession, transfer and presentation of information.
The Global Position System (GPS) is the sensor that provides information about the soldiers' position to the WPC. It is placed on the superior part of the Support Universal Module (MUS) and it is directly connected to the WPC.
The Targets Acquisition Unit (UAB) is a "hand held" device supplied to the team Commander that acquires and localizes the targets day and night. The UAB localizes a target measuring the azimuth coordinates and the elevation from the position of observation and so the distance of the observed target. Moreover it can acquire the digital image of the target, both IR and TV HD. The UAB permits also to transmit data by wireless or by cable directly connected to it.