Command & Control Systems
General Dynamics' Command & Control systems enable commanders and warfighters alike to securely collaborate on a common operating picture. These systems provide a real-time visualization of the battlefield, empowering commanders to make effective decisions and warfighters to complete their missions.
Common Aviation Command & Control System
Common Aviation Command & Control System (CAC2S) provides Marine Corps operators with a consolidated picture of events taking place on the battlefield in real time at sea, in the air and on land. The system brings together data from expeditionary radars, weapon systems, unmanned aerial vehicles and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance resources to provide a common operational picture for Marine Air-Ground Task Force commanders and their staffs.
GeoSuite® is a web-based, multimedia system that provides advanced situational awareness and information sharing for military and public safety personnel, including law enforcement, search and rescue workers and first responders. Users collect, report and share real-time information for enhanced decision-making and effective response.
Tactical Airspace Integration System
Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS) is a mobile, airspace management system providing combined air-ground operational environment management based on joint service and information system inputs. TAIS provides situational awareness of friendly and enemy air activity and is interoperable with joint, coalition, and civil aviation forces. It is currently employed by the United States Army in every theater of operation.
General Dynamics is a leading provider of key industrial capabilities to Canada, including air and shipborne underwater acoustic systems, airborne mission management systems, C4ISR systems, armoured vehicles and ammunition.
The General Dynamics Mission Systems facility in Marion, Va., leads the industry in the development of little-known but highly essential aircraft components: Radomes. In airborne systems, radomes are protective shells covering radar, navigation and satellite system antennas mounted on the aircraft.
Technological innovations are redefining what’s possible on the battlefield. For the Marine Corps, advancements in communications technology allow for better coordination between air and ground units, and for Marine aviators to receive more information than ever before—all in real time.