- "The Battle Analysis Computer. One of Humanity's crowning achievements in the art of science and war."
The Battle Analysis Computer, sometimes referred to as the BAC, and otherwise known as the Battle Assistance Coordinator, was an integrated computer system designed by the renowned UEG scientist Gerald Davidson.
Installed on mobile suits, these units were created as a means to provide their pilots tactical analysis, streamlined statistics, and suggestions based on current events taking place on the battlefield. Another version of the Battle Analysis Computer was designed and were installed on large scale warships. While they didn't differ from design, the ship based version included several features unique to itself. If coupled with several Tactical Combat Intelligences, the performance rate was theorized to be enhanced significantly.