Years of execution:
The need for compact operator stations, instead of the Console Terminals in different environments (on board and on land) has given rise to the Desktop Remote Stations as an alternative, being finally defined three models with different levels of ruggedization:
The CIC operators need to know, in addition to the information provided by the Combat System and for its correct operation, other auxiliary information that changes over time, in order to carry out their daily work. Fundamentally, these are dynamic operating parameters such as frequency plans, operations phraseology catalog, equipment and systems study, etc. In the combat systems of the past, this information was transmitted to the CIC operators by means of manual annotations on boards distributed throughout the CIC bulkheads. In a state-of-the-art combat system, such as that of the modern F110 frigates, this method would be outdated
and could be clearly improved, which has led to the development of a system to distribute and share this information using the processing and graphical resources offered by the SDDA Console Processors and Console Terminals.
The Auxiliary Data Distribution System (SDDA) is composed of a Server where the information to be transmitted to the console operators is elaborated or downloaded and a number of Processors that through the Display Network will be exploited by the operators from the Console Terminals.
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