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COMBATSS-21 Scalable combat management system for the world’s navies
COMBATSS-21
Scalable combat management system for the world’s navies
The COMBATSS-21 total ship
combat management system was
designed to deliver capability rapidly
and affordably. Built on an open
architecture, scalable framework, it
incorporates tested, highly reliable,
non-developmental software, making
COMBATSS-21 an extremely
capable and low-risk solution.
Operational Functionality
COMBATSS-21 provides a scalable,
services-based framework. Custom
software “adapters” called boundary
components are the key to the
flexibility of the architecture to
support a wide range of sensors,
communication, and weapon
interfaces. Boundary components
simplify integration of system
elements and provide flexibility
to accommodate future change.
The componentized and layered
architecture enables upgrades and
changes to any part of the system
with minimal impact to the remaining
software. Customer defined sensors,
communication and weapons are
easily integrated and isolated from
core components of the command and
control system. New components
can easily be incorporated to address
the unique needs of the customer.
System Versatility
Because of its modern architecture,
COMBATSS-21 can be hosted on
configurations ranging from a single
commercial processor running a
commercial operating system to
more distributed configurations. This
makes COMBATSS-21 affordable
and readily adaptable to a wide
variety of shipboard applications
from patrol craft to large deck ships.
COMBATSS-21 is highly tailorable
to meet the demands of the mission.
It provides the flexibility to support
a multi-mission ship designed for a
wide range of naval operations, as well
as ship designs with reconfigurable
focused mission packages. Its proven
software meets requirements for a
low-risk, affordable solution that can
be easily upgraded to meet evolving
threats and environments throughout
the ship’s life cycle.
Mission Capabilities
Special Operations
Intelligence, Surveillance
and Reconnaissance
Anti-Terrorism /
Force Protection
Surface Warfare
Maritime
Interdiction /
Interception
Operations
Homeland Defense
Anti-Submarine
Warfare
Mine Warfare
COMBATSS-21 Combat
Management System is:
• Customizable: Component architecture
and open design enable reconfiguration to
address specific customer requirements
• Scalable: Capabilities to support the
full range of surface combatants and
missions – from ship self-defense
through anti-air warfare and missile
defense – as well as search-and-rescue,
security, humanitarian and other
non-war missions
Our proven design approach lies at the heart of the COMBATSS-21 Combat
Management System’s unprecedented power and flexibility.
Approach
Benefits
Component-Based
Incorporation of indigenous hardware/software components
Flexible
• Ease of technology insertion/refresh
• Interoperable with U.S. surface combatants, allied Aegis and
other COMBATSS-21 users
• Lower cost of ownership
• Supportability
• Rapid incorporation of warfighting improvements
•
•
Commonality
Portable, COTS-based
Bring your own sensors and weapons
• Easily customized by the user
Open Architecture
(Well-defined application programmer
interface, COTS standards, modular)
•
• Affordable: Design features enable
low initial investment, software
reuse and provide for low-cost
upgrades and modifications
Proven Performance
•
• Modular: Flexible, componentized
architecture simplifies insertion of
new technology and warfighting
improvements
Scalable
•
Multi-mission: sensor integration to target kill
30% improvement in AAW performance
• Certified and fielded algorithms
• Real-time to non-real-time performance
• Core C2 system deployed by 6 navies in North America, Europe
and Asia
•
Full range of solutions: from basic combat management capability
through automated self-defense up to a fully integrated system
• Small footprint eases shipboard integration
• Hardware sized to operational and cost requirements
•
The scalable component framework provides the foundation that is populated with proven,
reusable software.
COMBATSS-21 Combat Management System
Sensors
Armament
Air and Surface
Radar
Missile
Systems
Navigation Radar
Naval Guns
Electro-Optical/
Infrared
Torpedo Systems
Identification
Friend or Foe
Core Components
Electronic Warfare
System
• Self
Defense
Awareness
• Track Management
• Weapon Management
• Display Interface
• Identification
• Unmanned Vehicle Control
Towed Sonar
Hull Array Sonar
UAV/Offboard
Sensors
Helicopter
Anti-Submarine
Warfare Systems
• Situational
Countermeasure
Systems
Scalable component framework reuses proven
existing software already integrated to provide
mission functionality
SATCOM
Radios
Data Link
Exterior Communications
= Core Components
= Customizable Components
Close-In Weapon
Systems
Proven Performance
By integrating advances made on existing
U.S. and international programs, Lockheed
Martin investment and best-of-breed
components from industry partners
throughout the world, COMBATSS-21
offers proven warfighting performance
and unprecedented flexibility.
COMBATSS-21 is fully network-enabled
to perform as a highly capable node in
battle groups and joint operations to
deliver real-time information to decision
makers around the world. COMBATSS-21
has been fielded in the U.S. Navy’s
Littoral Combat Ship, USS Freedom,
and multiple international Navy ships.
Components of COMBATSS-21 have
also been leveraged in U.S. Navy Aegis
cruisers and destroyers, as well as the U.S.
Coast Guard Deepwater program. This
commonality across multiple navies
and programs results in “build it once, use
it many times” cost and schedule benefits,
which leads to further opportunities
for sharing new capabilities to support
evolving mission requirements at a lower
total ownership cost.
In-Country Partnerships
•Open
business model takes advantage
of local industrial expertise
•Successful
portfolio of
performance on international
partnership programs
State-of-the-Art Technology
•Human-system
interface
optimization supports reduced crewing
•Framework
allows integration
of commercial-off-the-shelf and future display and portable surface technology
•Information
exchange technology
provides international and multi-mission force command capability
•Incorporates
distributed
weapons coordination
•Fully
supports net-centric
warfare and operations
COMBATSS-21 Combat Management System’s proven pedigree provides a
capable, low-risk foundation that is extensible to a wide array of missions
and naval platforms.
Patrol Craft
Other NonDevelopmental
Software
Fast Attack Craft
New
Advances
Corvettes
COMBATSS-21
Frigates
Destroyers
Domestic
Components
International
Components
Amphibious Ships,
Carriers and Large Platforms
Scalable and Affordable
Proven Capabilities
•Low-risk
Total Customer
Ownership and Flexibility
•Customer
maintains
control of combat system
throughout the product
life cycle
•Lockheed
Martin
participation is flexible,
based on customer needs
and in-country expertise,
ranging from full combat
system integration to C2
component development to
design partnership
•Modular
architecture
provides commonality
across multiple platforms
design leverages
extensive software reuse,
research and development,
and land-based testing
•Reduced
•Components
•Extensible
fielded on Aegis,
LCS and Deepwater National
Security Cutter
footprint
computing requirements
to new
sensors, weapons and
communication system at
very low cost and risk
Success at Sea
USS Freedom, the first Littoral
Combat Ship, was commissioned
in the fall of 2008 and is at sea.
Lockheed Martin’s ability to
meet this aggressive schedule
is a testament to the versatility
and power of COMBATSS-21.
LCS is an entirely new class of
U.S. Navy warship. A fast and
agile surface combatant, LCS’s
modular, focused mission design
provides maritime dominance
and access for the joint force in
coastal waters. LCS operates with
focused-mission packages that
deploy manned and unmanned
vehicles to execute Anti-Surface
Warfare, Mine Countermeasures
and Anti-Submarine Warfare
missions. LCS is ForceNET
enabled – networked to share
tactical information with other
Navy aircraft, ships, submarines
and joint units. The LCS Combat
Management System provides
proven combat power, mission
flexibility and a robust, layered
self defense system, but thanks
to the open architecture of
COMBATSS-21, the LCS system
required minimal software
development. The LCS flight 0
software was completed ahead
of schedule and below budget
through the reuse of more than 95
percent of the software.
With a smaller infrastructure footprint, COMBATSS-21 is compatible with a
variety of shipboard applications at lower cost while exploiting commercial
computing performance improvements.
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COMBATSS-21Open
ArchitectureC2
LegacyCombat
ManagementSystem
For more information contact:
Lockheed Martin
Mission Systems & Sensors (MS2)
300 M Street, SE Washington, D.C. 20003, USA
www.lockheedmartin.com/ms2/product_contacts
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