APPLICATIONS ❯ CMOSS
What is CMOSS?
CMOSS is a suite of standards that support the reduction of the size, weight, and power of C5ISR and EW systems while increasing their flexibility and adaptability by enabling the sharing of hardware and software components.
These standards have been defined to help integrators move the implementation of C5ISR capabilities away from the use of costly and complex separate “boxes” on individual platforms.
CMOSS is being included in and managed under the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) initiative with U.S. Military participation.
CMOSS = The C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards
C5ISR = Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
EW = Electronic Warfare
Orolia Defense & Security is a proud member of the Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) Consortium.
At the core, C5ISR/EW systems use many of the same technologies, but they are not always compatible between systems. CMOSS seeks to create a common architecture that these technologies can integrate into, providing many benefits.
Reduces integration costs and risks
Facilitates interoperability and reuse
Accelerates fielding and deliveries
How is CMOSS Being Implemented?
• Universal A-Kit – Project Managers field capabilities as cards into a common chassis
• Pooled radio resources such as antennas and amplifiers for Communications,
Electronic Warfare (EW), and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) system
• Shared processing resources such as computers and displays
• Shared data services such as Position, Navigation, and Time (PNT)
• Foundation for enhanced interoperability and simultaneity between C5ISR systems
• Reduced life cycle cost through increased competition, smaller logistics tails with
common sparing, and upgrading to the latest hardware as parts are replaced
• Rapid insertion of new technology/capability
• Enables portability of software applications across hardware platforms
• Software framework selected based on mission area
• Allows for sharing of RF resources such as antennas and amplifiers
• Defines interfaces between RF functions and components
• Enables best of breed along with rapid component upgrades
• Enables capabilities to be fielded as cards in a common chassis
• Common form factor including physical, electrical, and environmental specs
• Provides connectivity within platform, defines interfaces between capabilities
• Enables legacy systems to share services within the converged architecture