Designing military avionics
December 24, 2009
|Targetted locations||Gammetan Military|
AG-F, with no actual meaning, is a major military avionics design company for the Gammetan Civilization. It self-developes computer, targeting and sensor computers and arrays, mainly for vessels. It designed the computer, sensor and targeting systems for the Gammetan Frigate, the Lohaul Battleship Mk I; computer, sensor targeting and navigation systems for the Contaped-class and H40-class C1 Corvettes; targeting and sensor systems for Project Devlabordich; navigation systems for the now-defunct PBI-1; and has contracts with Plekon Ship Works and Teranox to design communication, central computer and sensor systems for the Domestic-class Space Transport and T-type Cruiser 100, respectively; thus, it has worked with all major military designing companies on Gammeta. AG-F is often seen as rivals of ADR, though some also see them as the two avionic counterparts, the former tailored more towards vessels and the latter more towards craft.