BAE SYSTEMS2003-07-17 19:38:06

BAE SYSTEMS supplies ARTISAN to UK Forces

BAE SYSTEMS C4ISR has supplied ARTISAN, an innovative multiplexer (Mux) configuration tool, for use by the British Army's Royal School of Signals.

ARTISAN was originally developed to support the programming of Mux's being provided to the British Armed Forces as part of the Balkans Commercialisation Urgent Operational Requirement. It can configure Mux's during all phases of an operational deployment.

The system employs pre-written, optimised script files to facilitate the automated and error-free establishment of networks. It allows each Mux configuration file to be developed off-line and transmitted anywhere in the world. ARTISAN then automatically configures each of the Mux's in the network. A major benefit is that users can exercise full configuration management of all in-theatre Mux databases.

Paul Laity, Managing Director of C4ISR's Christchurch, UK, based Communications & Defence Infrastructure Division, commented "ARTISAN will significantly enhance the ease with which communications networks can be established to support information systems addressing Network Enabled Capability needs.�

For more information contact:
Warwick House
Po Box 87
Farnborough Aerospace Centre
Farnborough
Hampshire
GU14 6YU
United Kingdom
Tel:     + 44 1252 373232
Fax:     + 44 1252 383000












 


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