General Dynamics Powers Up US Navy’s LCSs with Their Latest Solutions

first_img Share this article View post tag: Navy “Our open architecture computing infrastructure ensures commonality in the ship’s interfaces, allowing for the rapid upgrading and swapping of mission capabilities to enhance performance where and when it’s needed most,” said Carlo Zaffanella, vice president and general manager of Integrated Platform Solutions at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. “With OPEN CI, we are helping the Navy drive time and cost out, and innovation and capability in.”The U.S Navy christened its newest Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), the future USS Jackson (LCS 6), at the Austal shipyard in Mobile, Ala., on March 22, 2014.LCS 6, the third Independence-variant ship to be built for the Navy, includes a significant number of core mission system improvements that are the direct result of the lessons learned and the rapid evolution of technology from the LCS 2 and LCS 4 design to the current version. Applying its open architecture approach to the Independence-variant ships, General Dynamics has made it possible to increase system capability, address obsolescence and maintain compatibility with the ship’s many subsystems, while substantially lowering the cost ship-over-ship.[mappress]Press Release, March 25, 2014, Image: Austal View post tag: solutions View post tag: Defence View post tag: US View post tag: latest Equipment & technology View post tag: DYNAMICS General Dynamics Powers Up US Navy’s LCSs with Their Latest Solutions Back to overview,Home naval-today General Dynamics Powers Up US Navy’s LCSs with Their Latest Solutions center_img View post tag: Defense View post tag: Naval View post tag: LCSs USS JACKSON (LCS 6) As systems integrator on the Austal USA-led team, builder of the US Navy’s Littoral Combat Ships (LCS), the General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems is continuing to apply its open architecture and open business model approach to the LCS program. General Dynamics’ open architecture computing infrastructure, OPEN CI, serves as the technology backbone for the U.S Navy newest Independence-variant LCS, the future USS Jacksonship ‘s core mission system and provides the Navy with unprecedented flexibility to rapidly and affordably address mission-critical needs. View post tag: Powers March 25, 2014 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: General View post tag: uplast_img


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