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The Centre will feature the latest sensor technology, novel signal processing and display techniques; advances in automatic detection and classification, multi-sensor integration for maximum situational awareness; and integrated undersea warfare training systems.
The AN/SQQ-90 is, without a doubt, the most advanced integrated undersea warfare system in the world," said Kevin Peppe, vice president of Seapower Capability Systems for Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems business.
Raytheon, for example, may apply to LCS the integrated undersea warfare system and the command-and-control technologies it developed for DDX and the amphibious assault ship LPD-17, said Jack Cronin, Raytheon vice president for DDX.
The current release of the TSCE software (Release 5), which adds 5 million delivered lines of code to the Zumwalt baseline, introduces surface warfare, integrated undersea warfare, information operations and general naval operations capabilities to the combat system and also provides the framework to support the ship's engineering control system.
Navy surface ship and submarine combat and weapon systems, including submarine sonar, weapon control, fires control, tactical support, training systems, integrated undersea warfare systems, targets, torpedoes and assigned surface and warfare systems.
Lockheed Martin will leverage its naval systems experience and domain expertise in total ship systems engineering, command and control, Integrated Undersea Warfare (IUSW), weapons control, and phased array radar for the design of Engineering Development Models (EDMs) for DD(X).
As part of this effort, the company will build and test a dual frequency radar suite, an integrated solid-state communications system, a new launcher, an Integrated Undersea Warfare Suite (IUWS), and a multi-mission Total Ship Computing Environment (TSCE).