The Seacommander Software Provides Real-Time Tactical Data Processing and Tracking, Weapons Integration and Sensor Interfaces.
Capabilities of SeaCommander
- Real-time tactical data processing
- Doctrine and Alert Management
- Link 11 migration path to Link 16
- Weapons integration
- Decision aids
- Global Command and Control System (GCCS) display and track management
- Status reporting
- Track correlation
- Sensor interfaces
- Open system design
- Leverages tracking software like the Aegis Combat System
Video: U.S. Agencies Stop Semi-Submersible, Seize 12,000 Pounds of Cocaine
USCG Cutter Stratton captured a self-propelled semi-submersible vessel used to smuggle drugs off the coast of Central America, leading to one of the largest drug busts in history.
Maritime Systems Capabilities
Lockheed Martin has been a leader for more than 50 years in shipboard Command and Control Systems development and integration and has spent the past decade designing and sustaining the C4ISR suite and network infrastructure products for the U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter Program.
Integrated Shipboard Communications (ISC) provides an affordable and scalable solution for voice, video and data transmission in a secure environment on a ship’s network infrastructure.
Lockheed Martin's ISC provides conferencing of Red and Black tactical voice, telephony, intercom, and alarms in a single low profile cabinet.
- Meets all shipboard COMMS needs: tactical voice conferencing, telephony, intercom, and alarms
- Certified Red/Black TEMPEST design
- Modular Open System Approach (MOSA) and Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certified components
- 4th generation DoD
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter James transits toward its home port of Charleston, S.C., on Aug. 28, 2015. The James is the fifth of eight planned National Security Cutters – the largest and most technologically advanced class of cutters in the Coast Guard’s fleet. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Melissa Leake)
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The World Keeps Changing. We Design Systems That Change With It.
As technology grows and adversaries become more sophisticated, naval dominance, missile defense and nuclear deterrence must evolve to meet these new threats.