Remote interrogation information exchange system: a technically viable aid to naval command and control.
Lawlor, John Conrad Jr.
Hynes, James P.
Cooper, Paul E.
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The concept of accessing a data base and EDP equipment located ashore from ships at sea is presented as a complete system entitled Remote Interrogation Information Exchange System (RIIXS). The system contains the following elements: a data base located ashore; an input/output terminal located aboard ship; and a digital data link, provided by FLTSATCOM, connecting the two. RIIXS is designed to supply the fleet commander with operational information vital to command and control in addition to providing command mobility and rapid command assumption. RIIXS is evaluated on the following criteria: reliability; survivability; maintainability; personnel manning; data transmission rates; dollar cost resource allocation; and contribution to command and control. RIIXS is shown to be vastly superior to a similar system located aboard ship.
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