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Software Developed & Delivered

Integration of Weapons, Sensors and Electronic Systems into TACTICOS

Weapon Systems

  • Exocet MM38
  • Exocet MM40 Block I, II, IIA
  • Exocet ITL 70A Block III
  • RBS15
  • C-STAR
  • RAM HAS mode
  • Gun 30mm
  • Gun 57mm

Sensor Systems

  • LW-08
  • CAS
  • STIR
  • SEA GIRAFFE
  • TDS ST

Electronic Warfare Systems

  • DECOY SKWS
  • DECOY MASS
  • DECOY SRBOC
  • DECOY SYLENA
  • ESM EDO CS 3
  • ESM VIGILE 100
  • RECM SCORPION 2

Development of simulators

  • Combat Management Training System – Netcentric TACTICOS simulator (Hellenic Navy)
  • CMS simulator for Sigma Class Corvettes (Moroccan Navy)
  • Terma SCANTER 2001 and Hull mounted SONAR simulators for Padilla Class Frigates (Colombian Navy)

Production of TACTICOS operational functions

  • Fighter Direction (FDIR)
  • Force Anti Air Warfare (FAAW)
  • Electronic Warfare Coordination (EWC)
  • Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) – Navigation, Engagement, Threat, Evaluation and Support

Training & On-site support

Training to PT LEN employees for the development of software Interface Products for Tacticos including hands-on experience for the PKR program of the Indonesian Navy

Various Software Developments

End User: Hellenic Navy

Activities: Integration of WESCAM’s MX-15Di EO/IR Sensor and Text Messaging and Mission Planning Capabilities with the Maritime Mission Integration and Management System (M2IMS) for the Hellenic Navy P-3 B Orion Program

End User: Hellenic Navy

Activities: Software In-Service Support Requirements for the HN

End User: Hellenic Navy

Activities: Interface of Tacticos Combat Management System with the Integrated Data Acquisition Test System (IDATS) of the NATO Naval Forces Sensor and Weapon Accuracy Check Sites (FORACS)

End User: Hellenic Navy

Activities: Development, Production and Integration of Software for the TACTICOS Combat Management Training System

End User: German Navy

Activities: TACTICOS Adaptation to Data Link 16

End User: Hellenic AirForce

Activities: Integration of Coastal Radars Greece into NADGE