Rockwell Offers Brochure On Autonetics Division's Products And Capabilities

Rockwell International is offering a free brochure on the products and capabilities of the Autonetics Marine Systems Division headquartered in Anaheim, Calif. Long recognized for its leadership in submarine navigation, the division in more recent years has also developed extensive and unique capabilities in ships signal processing, control systems, and systems integration.

The 28-page brochure contains a brief description of Rockwell International, followed by a review of the Autonetics Marine Systems Division navigation history from 1950, when Autonetics-designed equipment proved the practicality of inertial navigation in the nation's first test of that technology, through the next-generation system for attackclass submarines—the Electrostatic Gyro Navigator (ESGN), which entered production in 1980.

Subsequent sections of the publication deal with the Submarine Simulation Facility—an invaluable tool in the design of ship controls and displays, formation of control station concepts, evaluation of manin- the-loop performance, and training of control station operators; participation with the Navy in development of undersea warfare systems, ranging from sophisticated acoustic signal processing equipment and integrated sonar systems to portable tactical ranges and complete undersea platforms and vehicles; the Shipboard Data Multiplex System (SDMS), developed under Navy contract; smooth and effective integration of diverse and increasingly complex electronic systems into new modern ships to provide effective command and control; and ocean engineering.

The brochure is generously illustrated throughout with interesting photographs, drawings and diagrams.

For a free copy and further information on Rockwell International, Circle 15 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 59,  Jan 1985

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