The CMS, or Combat Management System, constitutes the IT brain of a combat vessel. It allows the analysis and integration of external data along with those gathered by vessel sensors, and the presentation of a tactical situation and proposal of actions linked to the deployment of weapon systems or countermeasures. For surface vessels, DCNS has developed a range of multi-function combat management systems, which respond to the operational needs of the 21st century. SETIS® is offered in two versions: integrated combat for corvettes or light frigates and combat superiority for frigates and destroyers. It integrates a broad range of equipment types, sensors and long-range weapons, which provide the capacity to simultaneously conduct all types of defence and attack actions. It is also equipped with an ergonomic and intuitive interface that allows the crew to be extremely reactive in the case of a significant event.
The Scorpène® 1000 and 2000 are new-generation, conventional-propulsion submarines. Of an intermediate size and highly capable in terms of mobility and discretion, they are suited to a very broad range of operations.
With 14 submarines sold, the Scorpène® 2000 has now become an essential reference for conventional-propulsion attack submarines for Navies all around the world.