The modern battlefield demands a high degree of electronic capability for both on board processing and off board command and control. The trend for additional electronic systems on board combat vehicles continues to increase at a geometric rate. Battlefield demands and operational scenarios have resulted in a greater need for, advanced sensor technology, increased processing power, greater connectivity and systems interoperability (VICTORY). The integration of these advanced sensors with communications place a large bandwidth and power demand on the vehicle infrastructure. This paper will identify an advanced vehicle electronic architecture enabled by the latest high density processing technologies. An architecture has been developed and is under continued investigation at GDLS. The architecture includes deterministic network technology for spatial and temporal coherence of the sensor data. It provides a mission capability that is crew centric for any function at any crew station. The integrated architecture provides capabilities greater than the sum of the individual subsystems.