As regular readers will be aware, I served in South Africa's armed forces during the 1970's and 1980's, initially full-time and then in reserve status. I traveled in a number of then-current armored vehicles, and was reasonably familiar with their systems.
However, the state of the art has advanced so much since then that I don't think I could even begin to take advantage of it. Here's Israeli company Rafael's Suite for Armored Fighting Vehicles.
I suppose, to the video game generation, such electronic wizardry in an armored fighting vehicle is not a new concept; but to those of us from an earlier era of combat, it's mind-boggling.
Here's an interview with a senior Rafael executive, discussing the system.
It looks like an excellent system, and given Israel's and Rafael's long-standing reputation for innovation and high-tech solutions, it'll probably work very well - as long as power is available. Its Achilles heel is electricity. Knock out the vehicle's generator, or drop an EMP weapon such as CHAMP over the battlefield, and all those electronic marvels will come to a grinding halt. At that point, you'd better be ready, willing and able to fight the old-fashioned way - or die.