Canada's Command and Surveillance System Integrator
Lockheed Martin Canada is partnered with prime contractor Irving Shipbuilding Inc. to deliver Canada's new Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS) as part of the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS).
Lockheed Martin Canada is responsible for key integration of data and information sources to increase the ships' situational awareness and provide command, control and decision support at all levels of command for the new vessels.
AOPS Command Management System
Designed with State-of-the-Art Tools
Non-audio Video Capture
Non-audio Video Viewer
Global Data Fusion
Local ID Fusion
Global ID Fusion
System Track Management
Air Asset Management
Auxiliary Display Management
X-Band Nav Radar
S-Band Nav Radar
Radio Direction Finder
25 mm Gun Video
Information System Access
Consolidated Secret Network Infrastructure
Virtual Simulation Operator & Maintenance Trainers
Leveraging Open Architecture System
Lockheed Martin Canada's innovative Combat Management System (CMS) is a core solution that adapts to a variety of subsystems. Building on this foundation, our combat system integration methodology was repurposed for surveillance purposes on AOPS.
A Trusted Solution for Canada's Navy
With more than three decades of demonstrating our commitment and capability to the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN), as the Combat System Integrator for the HALIFAX Class frigates, our team delivers valuable commonality to AOPS.
Lockheed Martin Canada's fielded solution offers a highly capable, low-risk solution for Canada's new patrol ships.
Strengthening Canadian Industry
Success on this program is in large part attributed to Lockheed Martin Canada's strong Canadian supply chain. Lockheed Martin Canada manages four Canada-based subcontractors as part of the AOPS contract, selected through competition in the design phase.
This approach demonstrates a commitment to delivering best quality and value for Canada.
“Lockheed Martin Canada is a key partner in achieving best quality and value for Canada in the production of the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships. We have worked with them over the last 3 years to find the right command and surveillance solution to best serve the Navy in these important ships and to achieve the best overall benefit to Canada.”
Kevin McCoy, President, Irving Shipbilding Inc.
Strength in Execution
The skill and depth of our Canadian workforce continues to drive results for the RCN. Our foundation of a proven naval systems engineering team is strengthened by:
- Leveraging our Canadian solution for new projects and exports, building naval capability and delivering economic value to Canada
- Reaching into the vast naval technology resource base across Lockheed Martin Corporation worldwide
- Investing in Canadian business and technology to develop high-value jobs, subcontracts and capability within the country
- Leveraging talent cultivated in local universities and technical schools.
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Built in Canada, the CMS 330 console is the latest in the Company’s proud Canadian legacy. Lockheed Martin Canada takes pride in the vital role that manufacturing in Canada plays in improving lives around the world.