INTECS participates to the development of several Command and Control (C2) systems, each of a different nature and for different applications domains.

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Command and control

C2 systems are particularly challenging because they have to process, according to complex functional requirements, large amounts of data usually coming from multiple sources, and deliver them to multiple destinations.

C2 systems are usually composed of (or coupled with) major sub-systems like Human Computer Interfaces, Data Base management Systems and Graphical Information Systems.

In general the development of C2 systems makes use of state-of-the-art technology, on which INTECS has a consolidated reputation and experience. Such technology includes object-oriented methods and languages as well as standard components, available as COTS or Open Source software.

Naval Systems and CMS 
INTECS is involved in several software components of the Combat Management System (CMS) for various Italian and International Naval Programmes, like "Horizon", "NUM" and "Baynunah". The central function of a CMS is to process the radar track data, make the track identification and threat evaluation and prepare the engagement plans, coordinating the missile firing and flying phases. Among others, INTECS has been involved in the development of some of the most critical components of a CMS, like the "Sensor Data Processor", implementing Multi-Radar Tracking functions, and the "Human Computer Interface", providing user interaction facilities.

Terrestrial Systems
INTECS participates to the development of several terrestrial systems (e.g. CATRIN, SAGAT and others), among which it is worth mentioning the most recent ones, like the International Programme CAESAR or the Italian Inter-Forces Programme C2I-Difesa. The objective of these systems is territorial surveillance in order to achieve the awareness of the operational scenario. They are generally composed of networks of sensors and ground stations for the determination and forecast of objects' positions and movements.

Such systems are designed and developed according to the international standard: MIL-STD-498.