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Title : Rugged Hardware for Harsh Environments
Company : Intergraph Corporation
Date : 03-Jul-2008
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The U.S. Navy initiated its Smart Ship concept in the mid-1990s with the goals of improving shipboard quality of life, increasing sailor retention, and reducing workload and ship life-cycle costs. Through innovative concepts, modern but low-cost technology systems, and reengineered processes, the Navy is seeking to produce a “smart fleet” for the 21st century. To make its ships “smart,” the Navy replaces obsolete ship systems with modern commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) systems that integrate various applications, workflows, and communications.
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