NAVSSINavigation Sensor System Interface
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Its data storage products are found in such demanding applications as: Joint STARS, the Air Force/Army program where Phoenix's disk array products are integral to the acquisition and distribution of real time mission data; the ARCI submarine program where Phoenix VME plug-in storage modules provide rugged, high capacity COTS storage for targeting data; NAVSSI RAID navigation data systems; and for the Marine/ Air Force GTACS program which exploits Phoenix's unique hot swap VME technology allowing storage data modules to be removed and replaced while continuing to perform aircraft detection and identification tasks.
San Diego is being awarded a $5,729,103 cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery and indefinite-quantity contract for the evolutionary development of the Navigation Sensor System Interface (NAVSSI), to include technical support of the development of new interface and display requirements, and new NAVSSI system configurations.
The new dual-mode displays can provide both traditional NAVSSI capability as well as interface with the new Integrated Bridge System (IBS) to provide real-time graphical ship's position, electronic charts, and hazards to navigation.