electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS)

Without ground support, there is no air support. Every time a Sailor flies a mission for the next 30 years, the electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS) will validate that the aircraft is combat ready.

eCASS is the workhorse for avionics repair across the Naval Aviation Enterprise. Through automated testing at sea and ashore, maintainers are able to return equipment to readiness status quickly and efficiently. Compatibility with legacy CASS stations preserves the Navy’s investment in more than 550 Test Program Sets supporting 750 avionic components.

With an architecture based on Lockheed Martin’s LM-STAR® commercial automated testing system, eCASS facilitates technology insertion and long-term supportability while maximizing interoperability and portability among external systems. LM-STAR serves as the cornerstone of the F-35 Lightning II harmonization plan. This enables the multiple manufacturers of the avionics systems to develop tests that seamlessly transition from the factory floor to fleet maintenance depots.

Lockheed Martin’s focus is to provide reliable, capable avionics support with eCASS. Whether launching combat-ready aircraft from carriers or from shore, maintainers can count on eCASS to provide the ground support necessary to accomplish the mission.

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Stay Informed: Related News on eCASS   ___
Lockheed Martin Awarded U.S. Navy Contract for Full-Rate Production of Avionics Test System
Feb 16, 2017
Press Release
Corporation will deliver 63 Electronic Consolidated Automated Support System stations as part of $166 million contract
Lockheed Martin Delivers First Enhanced Automated Testing Station for the U.S. Navy Aircraft Fleet
Jan 21, 2015
Press Release
ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 21, 2015– Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] delivered the first electronic Consolidated Automated Support System (eCASS) to the U.S. Navy for maximizing aircraft readiness.
Acing the Test
Jan 21, 2015
In 1988 when systems engineer Rick Rousseau first began working on the U.S. Navy’s Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS), the Hubble Space Telescope was put into operation and Rain Manreigned at the box office.
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