US Navy tests high-tech “Ouija board” for aircraft carriers
Modern aircraft carriers may seem like the bleeding edge of technology, but they still rely on some remarkably low-tech tools to get the job done. To help bring the US Navy into the 21st century, the Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) TechSolutions program is sponsoring the development of a digital aid called the Deployable Ship Integration Multitouch System (DSIMS) that will allow aircraft handlers to sort out the best way to use a carrier’s flight deck and hangar without relying on a "Ouija board."
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June 17, 2017 at 09:48PM