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INTS Tactical Console


The INTS Tactical Console is a dynamic configurable commander’s console used to perform weapon and sensor control and ship handling. The INTS Tactical Console is designed as a generic modern C2 system with Windows look and feel, a situation display with map layers and military symbols, track tables and expanded track. The situation display contains the recognized maritime picture (RMP) based on inputs from the picture compilers on the C4I system. The situation display contains all correlated tracks and EW lines provided by the operators and subsystems. 





The INTS Tactical Console hardware is highly configurable from a standard PC Workstation to dedicated consoles with one or more displays, keyboard, roller ball and various inputs for ship control etc.









  • Ship handling
  • Sensor control 
  • Weapon control (tactical level)
  • Display of correlated picture
  • Maps & overlays
  • Correlated tracks
  • ESM lines and weapon arcs
  • Display of ship configuration
  • Track summary and expanded track data
  • EW summary and expanded EW data

Map Display


  • Map layers: vector, raster and elevation
  • Sea charts: S-57 and S-63 with S-52 style pane
  • Formats: KML, Shape, DTED, GeoTIFF, ECW, …
  • Various 2D and 3D projections
  • MIL symbols: APP6B
  • Map server support and local GIS files



  • Standard PC workstation
  • 1-2 monitors
  • Keyboard and mouse/rollerball
  • Speakers/microphone or headset (optional)
  • Windows or Linux 
  • Desktop or console