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C4iSR: Maritime

US Navy begins search for next-generation submarine imaging mast

21 July 2017

Key Points

  • The Tactically Oriented Technology Insertion Imaging Mast (TOTIM) will equip Virginia-class SSNs and Columbia-class SSBNs
  • NAVSEA has solicited for a TOTIM first article unit and production of up to 47 follow-on systems

The US Navy (USN) has launched a competition for a next-generation panoramic, modular non-rotating photonics mast to equip future Virginia-class nuclear-powered attack submarines ((SSNs) and Columbia-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs).

A solicitation for the development of a Tactically Oriented Technology Insertion Imaging Mast (TOTIM) first article unit and production of up to 47 follow-on systems was released by the Naval Sea Systems Command on 14 July.

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