Advanced Command and Control Environment (ACCE) Integration. Volume 2. Concept of Operations
Final rept. Dec 1990-Jun 1991
ROME LAB ROME NY
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This report summarizes the work conducted under the Advanced Command and Control Environment ACCE Integration task. The ACCE is a facility which aids in assessing the operational utility, feasibility, and acceptability of advanced display presentation systems technology to Air Force command and control problems. This tasks objective was to provide basic planning and integration support for the evolutionary development and incremental expansion of the ACCE. Advanced display presentation technologies emphasized within the ACCE included three dimensional 3D stereoscopic display technology utilizing a time-multiplexed liquid crystal stereoscopic shutter LCSS system, and volumetric display display technology which presents the visual equivalent of a physical model by projecting a scene onto a vibrating mirror. Under the task, Knowledge Systems Concepts KSC, Inc. provided overall ACCE program guidance, system design support, and integration support. KSC enhanced the baseline ACCE hardware and software environment, and developed the ACCE Display Evaluation PrototypeADEP. The ADEP simulates an Air Defense Initiative ADI scenario on the advanced 3D display devices resident in the environment. Advanced Command and Control Environment ACCE, ACCE Display Evaluation Prototype ADEP, Air Defense Initiative ADI, 3D Stereoscopic Display, 3D Volumetric Display.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems