Common Display System

The Common Display System (CDS) product family consists of a series of information-display configurations based on standardized, interchangeable components that can be implemented across all classes of U.S. Navy ships.

It allows sailors to access various applications at different classification levels from any console. By simultaneously displaying information classified at multiple independent security levels, the number of required systems onboard a ship are decreased, reducing cost of ownership and maintenance requirements.

Common Display System (CDS)Common Display System (CDS)

CDS is one of the first systems designed to fully implement multiple independent security levels on an open architecture platform. It is built on an open architecture design to ensure interoperability and enable frequent technology updates. It is a critical component of the Navy's Open Architecture Computing Environment (OACE) initiative to modernize the Navy infrastructure and reduce life cycle costs.

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