The MSI-Defence Systems developed MSI-DS Electro-Optical Sight System (EOSS) has been specifically engineered for gun system control direction in the extremes of the naval operational environment.
MSI-DS EOSS, available as a separate gun control package, is a core component of the MSI-DS MK38 Mod 4, as well as the MSI-DS SEAHAWK & TERRAHAWK A2 gun system configurations. The sensor suites and directors offered are configured and optimized to meet specific customer requirements, in particular the required range and image clarity for surveillance with controlled boresights and fields of view suited to target acquisition, precision tracking and engagement.
MSI-DS EOSS is capable of controlling systems equipped with fixed coaxial or independently directable sensor packages. Options include autonomous independent control of gun systems or full integration with ships Combat Management Systems (CMS) enabling capabilities such as CMS gun system control, target designation and identification, as well as system status feedback and additional command authority controls.
Our extensive knowledge and experience of designing for exposed superstructure locations on-board the ship has been incorporated. Ensuring that all supplied equipment whether bespoke or from select specialist suppliers can endure everything from low temperature green water wash, to high temperature, high humidity environments.
The MSI-DS EOSS can be integrated into existing common consoles particularly where deep CMS integration is required. For standalone applications the Remote Operator Console and HD display monitor presents a clear image for the Commander to assess the target’s intent early or be able to maintain effective surveillance at long range.
- Choice of long-range Day/Night All Weather sensors
- Versatile superstructure or mast mounting positions
- Suitable for new build and retrofit programs
- Complete integrated package including the Remote Operator Console
- Interfaces with the ship’s Combat Management System or Integrated Bridge
- Auto tracking mode for long endurance surveillance of targets