Enterprise Navigation System (ENS) Architecture

The Enterprise Navigation System (ENS) architecture offers high quality of functionality, deals with large number of input data from various sensors and capable of supporting large number of output data to various users.

Enterprise Navigation System (ENS)

ENS architecture provides a technology platform that enables to integrate efficiently sensors and executes the required algorithms on the input data, to provide the output data according to each user output specification. ENS architecture provides a central system that ensures that the information received from the sensors shall be integrated and where is required a data fusion shall be done. The aim of the ENS architecture is to improve the sensors information and to provide to the users more coherent and uncluttered data.
The ENS architecture is invaluable in eliminating the clutter and error of sensors information caused by the noisy environment and the inherent error of the sensors, by using unique and innovative algorithms for data fusion and improvement.
The Computerized Maritime Advanced Navigation system (C-MAN) is based on ENS architecture. This architecture provides reliable and precise navigation data based on unique algorithms. It receives the sensors data and processing them for getting uncluttered data and more accurate with sensors data redundancy.
The implementation of ENS is based on open architecture that enables flexibility and scalability and specified with modular design using standards and COTS. The ENS is implemented through multi level layers and by adoption of standards for SW development. The ENS provides modularity, flexibility, interoperability, scalability and affordability.