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Around 1905, mechanical fire control aids began to become available, such as the Dreyer Table, Dumaresq (which was also part of the Dreyer Table), and Argo Clock, but these devices took a number of years to become widely deployed. Arthur Pollen and Frederic Charles Dreyer independently developed the first such systems.

It performs the same task as a human gunner firing a weapon, but attempts to do so faster and more accurately.

Pollen was encouraged in his efforts by the rapidly rising figure of Admiral Jackie Fisher, Admiral Arthur Knyvet Wilson and the Director of Naval Ordnance and Torpedoes (DNO), John Jellicoe.

Pollen continued his work, with occasional tests carried out on Royal Navy warships.

Moreover, in naval engagements it is also necessary to control the firing of several guns at once.

Naval gun fire control potentially involves three levels of complexity.