The current sensors on the command strykers do not function properly with datalink and fail to detect a variety of normally detectable vehicles less that a few hundred meters in front of it. This makes it's sensor screen useless as it can't detect anything to display. I recommend the addition of infrared and visual sensors to the vehicle, so that it can detect vehicles to broadcast onto the datalink network.
- Restricted Diffusion Commit
- Affected classnames
- CUP_B_M1130_CV_M2_Woodland_Slat, CUP_B_M1130_CV_M2_Woodland, CUP_B_M1130_CV_M2_Desert_Slat, CUP_B_M1130_CV_M2_Desert
But then why have sensors that can't detect any vehicles? Mind you some of these vehicles were aircraft and a T-140, so they were certainly giving off emissions detectable by other functioning vehicles with sensors.
It's sensors currently serve no purpose as they do nothing. Therefore, it is pointless to use the command variant of the stryker because it has no ability to detect anything to broadcast onto the datalink network (of which it didnt even have until you made a commit for it)
because the strykers dont have any passive detection system, my comment was generalized, you can't expect me to give you sensible answers when you give me only half the information of what you're doing when testing this stuff.
Command vehicles do not aquire recon data actively, they collect it from external sources like recon vehicles, radar stations, ect.
IMO, adding sensors to the command vehicles does not fit our scenario.