Computing Devices Canada Ltd. definition company
Canada's largest defence electronics company. It has extensive hardware
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.