Lockheed Martin to provide displays for Navy vessels and aircraft

U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts are asking Lockheed Martin to build open-architecture enterprise displays for Navy surface warships, submarines, and aircraft under a $15.2 million order.

Aug 1st, 2017

U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts are asking Lockheed Martin to build open-architecture enterprise displays for Navy surface warships, submarines, and aircraft under a $15.2 million order. Naval Sea Systems Command officials in Washington are asking the Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training in Manassas, Va., to provide water-cooled Common Display System (CDS) conversions and production units. The CDS family of enterprise display systems for Navy surface warships is designed to be compatible with commercially available hardware and software; to conform to open-architecture computers and standards; and to incorporate human systems integration design principles.

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