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Over-the-Horizon Airborne Sensor Information System

Definition/Scope: The Over-the-Horizon Airborne Sensor Information System (OASIS) provides an organic sensor interface, combined with Link 16, TADIX-B, Officer-in Tactical-Command Information Exchange System (OTCIXS) and Line-Of-Site communications connectivity. The OASIS Display System offers automated correlation and tracking algorithms, track management utilities, and tactical decision aids. This enables OASIS to support the generation, maintenance, review, and dissemination of an integrated, multi-source Over-The-Horizon Targeting (OTH-T) database. The conglomerate of capability provides a comprehensive situational awareness system and the ability to perform targeting and surveillance using on-board and off-board systems.



Acronym:

OASIS

Broader Terms:

Link 16
P-3C Orion Anti-Surface Warfare Improvement Program

Narrower Terms:

surveillance
targeting

Related Terms:

GPS
OZ-72(V) Multi-Mission Advanced Tactical Terminal
P-3C Orion


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