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August 12, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

HMS Dryad, the Royal Navy’s School of Maritime Operations, has accepted a Ferranti trainer which simulates the operations room of a Type 22 frigate, saving UKP2m on every three-hour exercise normally carried out at sea: it will form part of the Ferranti-designed and built training complex, equipped mainly with Ferranti’s military FM1600 series and Argus Microprocessors, making it the largest real-time computer complex outside the US.

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