Canada’s largest defence electronics company. It has extensive hardware and software developmental capabilities. Its list of achievements includes: direct and indirect fire control systems, vehicle electronics, reconnaissance vehicle surveillance systems, computerised laser sight for anti-tank weapons, tactical communication systems, headquarters information distribution system, tactical voice and distribution systems, acoustic signal processing, ASW mission systems, sonobuoy processors, active sonar systems, towed array sonar systems, tactical acoustic trainer, Mil-Spec electroluminiscent displays, large multi-sensor displays, coastal intrusion detection systems, and fibre-optic distribution systems.
Computing Devices Canada was founded in 1948 and is part of the Ceridian group of companies, owned 100% by the Minneapolis-based company.
Annual revenue for 1996 was $376 million.
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Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
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