Command and control systems offer situational awareness to naval forces to enhance their decision-making and provide a tactical advantage in complex environments.
Naval operators can leverage the combination of hardware and software features of navy command and control systems for mission planning and to manage troops and mission systems.
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Types of navy command and control systems
Typical command and control equipment and systems used in naval defence applications include, but are not limited to:
- Combat management systems (CMS)
- Sensor suites including detection and identification sensors
- Data transfer communication systems
- Radar display and target tracking
- Electro-optical systems for naval firing control
- Multi-function console systems
- Navigation and data management systems
- Network computing products
- Data fusion solutions
- Sensor networking solutions, and
- Weapon control systems
C4I systems for naval defence
Choosing the right command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) systems is important for naval forces to ensure maritime safety and security in littoral areas and exclusive economic zones.
The command and control system receives data collected by the sensors from all domains and processes the information to assist decision-making by naval authorities. The information is transported to distributed networks and cloud environments to be accessible to joint forces.
Command and control systems provide a comprehensive maritime situation picture to naval operators to allow them to assess the situation and undertake the necessary action. They need to be flexible and support the integration of directed energy weapons, railguns, and hypersonic systems to support future naval warfare requirements.
The major segments of the command and control system include the command management system and the combat management system. The command management system manages information received from various subsystems and displays it, while the naval combat management system is a software-intensive system designed to operate in complex naval battlefield environments. The combat management system tracks, assesses and engages threats to the ships.
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