APC Technology has completed the CIS Watchkeeper Console project for installation into the Royal Australian Navy’s Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers (AWD). Installation is taking place in Osborne, South Australia.
The project involved a turnkey approach including design, prototyping, testing and final production. The console meets a range of requirements including the integration of:
- CCTV control keyboard and PC
- Display, keyboard, trackball mouse
- KVM switch
- Power distribution
They have been tested to meet military specification including temperature & humidity environment conditioning.
Keith McDougle, APC Technology’s Engineering Manager commented,
“We are delighted with the final outcome of the consoles. We have worked in conjunction with Raytheon Australia over the last 12 months to meet their requirements and the last console leaves our Adelaide manufacturing plant this month ready to be fitted into the ships.”
About the Air Warfare Destroyer Project
The AWD Alliance is responsible for delivering the world’s most capable multi-mission warships to the Royal Australian Navy. The AWD Alliance is made up of shipbuilder ASC, mission systems integrator Raytheon Australia and the Commonwealth Government through the Defence Materiel Organisation.
The destroyers will be able to assume a leading command and control role with Australian Defence Force and Coalition forces providing self-protection against attacking missiles and aircraft.
For more information visit http://www.ausawd.com/
About APC Technology
Incorporated in 1984, APC Technology has long been regarded as a leader in the design and manufacture of cost effective, customised rugged hardware solutions. APC Technology designs and manufactures state of the art computer/control technology packages for industrial and military clients who have critical applications where failure is not an option. For more information reference this news release +61 (0)8 8363 0400 or email@example.com