central control


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central control

[′sen·trəl kən′trōl]
(aerospace engineering)
The place, facility, or activity at which the whole action incident to a test launch and flight is coordinated and controlled, from the make-ready at the launch site and on the range, to the end of the rocket flight down-range.
(ordnance)
Fire control of weapons by a central location, not by the individual gunner; especially used in antiaircraft batteries.
(systems engineering)
Control exercised over an extensive and complicated system from a single center.
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Organizations with strong central control and governance are designed to eliminate chaos, reinforce consistency, execute a singular set of head office strategies and follow the roles.
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In other words, central control of even simple systems becomes complex quite quickly.
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