Optimized Routing Analytical Coordination & Logistics Environ (or ORACLE) is the name of the custom state-of-the-art networked HIVE mainframe system used by the DV-8s. It is a core component of their Command Center. It serves as their BattleTac computer, CCSS mainframe, Tactical communications, and TeleCom unit.
As a BattleTac Master Component, it analyzes data provided by the real-time positional feeds that are supplied by the remote data transceivers worn by the unit members, drones, cameras as well as other transmittable sensory sources. This multi-source data is constantly compiled by this master unit, and routed back to the user’s personal transceivers, granting them greater tactical battlefield awareness.
As a closed-circuit simsense system (CCSS), the cameras, turrets, doors, lights, security, electricity, and even the HVAC/R can be operated from multiple access points within the Clubhouse.
As a tactical communications system master unit (Rank: 10,00mp), it securely coordinates intel from personnel TacComs, radios, intercoms, phones and other audio and/or video feeds into one hub, allowing audio and/or video relay and coordination. It holds 100 programmed frequencies, scanner/jammer (Rank: 10), and has 10 ports to link it to other computers, or other telecommunications systems. The personal units used by individuals support 20 frequencies as well as datajacks, with a flux rating of 5, ECCM and Encryption of 10.
As a TeleCom Unit it is the communications and entertainment center of the base. Complete telephony with audio/video communications (Caller ID, forwarding, blocking, mailbox, faxing and relay), a television/trideo unit complete with SimSense ports, with a complete line of public and subscription services and channels (including complete coverage of all Urban Brawl & Drone Football League games, 150 personalized music channels, SteamNews-NET, and Movie and Serial VoD, Omega GameBox game service)- all with complete access from any terminal, and a matrix access point, with access to standard Matrix functions as well as email server. It hosts 50,000 mp of storage on a , with terminal access in nearly every room, or alternatively accessed via datajacks, Matrix links, or satellite uplink. It has standard i/o interface, as well as a large touchscreen table in the Command Center.
It has a level 3 Credstick Reader.