TaCCS - Tactical Command and Control System Networked Command and Control System For Ground Based Air Defence

Tactical Command and Control System (TaCCS) is a light weight, highly effective command and control system capable of threat evaluation, weapon assignment and air defence support functions.

The system supports up to 3 command posts, 3 radar and 15 weapon detachments interconnected by combat net radio and/or wireline communications.

Networked GBAD Capability

TaCCS produces a single correlated local air picture, instantly transmits threat data and assigns weapons to targets.

 

Reduced Reaction Time

Incoming threats are automatically assessed and then allocated to the weapon detachment with greatest probably of a successful engagement.

 

In-service with the Australian Army and available off-the-shelf.