Raytheon Anschütz GmbH in Kiel, Germany, is showing the latest iteration of the Synapsis Tactical Command System (SYNTACS) at Euronaval 2016 in Paris this week. Integration of ballistic modules, weapon computer systems and additional surveillance facilities enhances the levels of capability the system has already provided for users.
Integrating bridge systems including command and control and navigation, SYNTACS offers operators enhanced situational awareness. Integrating the new ballistic modules enables SYNTACS to provide a seamless solution for the entire functional chain from surveillance through situation analysis and detection to engagement and fire control. Optimising workstation utilisation and obviating the ned for additional hardware, the enhancement package is ergonomically and logistically effective, leveraging the company’s considerable experience in bridge systems integration.
“SYNTACS is a a scalable integrated mission management system solution, which has proven its effectiveness in numerous installations over the last two years, including the HSI32 INTERCEPTOR vessel built at French shipyard CMN. With the next level of SYNTACS, customers in the small naval combatant or OPV market will benefit from a cost-effective solution for basic combat management, an optimal fir for their mission needs," said Dr. Thomas Lehmann, segment manager for C2 solutions at Raytheon Anschütz.