KONGSBERG to deliver C4I CORTEX for the Combatant Craft Medium Mark One

Posted by Joseph R. Fonseca
Monday, April 14, 2014
KONGSBERG C4I CORTEX

 KONGSBERG will provide the C4I infrastructure solution for the CCM Mk 1 production contract, awarded to Oregon Iron Works

 
Inc. (OIW) in Clackamas, OR on February 10th, 2014.
 
 
 
KONGSBERG will provide their C4I CORTEX system to fulfill the requirements of the program’s Tactical Computer System. The C4I 
 
CORTEX solution consists of both software and hardware necessary to integrate the various sub systems installed on the 
 
vessel. This software suite is open standards based and allows for flexible and easy integration of future capabilities and 
 
features. The hardware suite includes ruggedized displays, computers and servers. The C4I CORTEX solution will be produced in 
 
Johnstown, PA.
 
"This has been a strategic pursuit and we are pleased that we are a part of the winning team. It has been a great team effort 
 
and our employees have put in a tremendous amount of work to secure this contract," says Åsmund Groven, President of KITS. 
 
"We look forward to working closely with OIW and the rest of the CCM team to deliver on this contract."
 
Kongsberg
 

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