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Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP)

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  1. Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) Ed Gonzalez

  2. Secretary of Defense Deputy Director Systems and Test Resources Principal Dep Director Director Operational Test and Evaluation Under Secretary of Defense (AT&L) Deputy Director Conventional Systems Deputy Director C3I & Strategic Systems Deputy Director Live Fire T&E Director, Operational Test and Evaluation

  3. The CTEIP Program • Established in FY90 (Congressionally founded) • Funds acquisition of high-priority multi-Service T&E capabilities, applying state-of-the-art technologies • Managed by OSD DOT&E/Systems and Test Resources • Added responsibility for resourcing near-term OT&E shortfall efforts in FY91 • Leverages Service/Defense Agency T&E investments • Funding historically near $125M/year • Have multi-Service application • Be developmental • Be non-procurement

  4. CTEIP JIM Projects in Execution at the MRTFB Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD Aberdeen Test Center Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division China Lake and Point Mugu, CA • Advanced Range Telemetry • Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Generating System • Electromagnetic Transient T&E Facility • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Joint Advanced Missile Instrumentation • Joint C4ISR • Joint Installed Systems Test Facility • Hardened Subminiature Telemetry & Sensor System • Joint Advanced Missile Instrumentation • Land & Sea Vulnerability Test Capability • Roadway Simulator • Tri-Service Signature Measurement & Database System • Advanced Range Telemetry • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Hardened Subminiature Telemetry & Sensor System • Joint Advanced Missile Instrumentation • Joint C4ISR • Joint Installed Systems Test Facility • Multi-Service Target Control System Air Force Flight Test Center Edwards AFB, CA Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport, RI (Non-MRTFB) • Advanced Range Telemetry • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Joint Installed Systems Test Facility . • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Joint C4ISR • Land & Sea Vulnerability Test Capability • Soft Impact Location Capability • Tri-Service Signature Measurement & Database System . . Dugway Proving Ground Dugway, UT . . • Contamination Avoidance Detector Test Suite . . . Yuma Proving Ground Yuma, AZ . Arnold Engineering Development Center Tullahoma, TN . • Hardened Subminiature Telemetry & Sensor System • Advanced Instrumentation & Data Control System • Decade Radiation Test Facility Enhancement Electronic Proving Ground Ft Huachuca, AZ White Sands Missile Range and 46th Test Group White Sands, NM • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Joint C4IRS • Advanced Range Telemetry • Digital Video Laboratory • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Multi-Service Target Control System Air Force Air Armament Center Eglin AFB, FL • Digital Video Laboratory • Enhanced Range Applications Program • Foundation Initiative 2010 • Hardened Subminiature Telemetry & Sensor System • Joint C4ISR • Joint Installed Systems Test Facility • Multi-Service Target Control System • Tri-Service Signature Measurement & Database System • Non-MRTFB Test Sites, including … • U.S. Army Aviation Center • Fallon NAS • NTC, Ft. Irwin • Redstone Technical Test Center • Naval Undersea Warfare Center

  5. FY02 FY03FY04FY05 FY06FY07FY08FY09 127.1 122.3 136.9 124.4 126.7 128.3 130.8 133.3 FY 2004 President’s Budget RequestFYDP Profile ($M) FY04 PBR 123.215 Cong. Adds 14.900 Gen. Reductions - 1.173 Total CTEIP, FY03 136.942

  6. Major InitiativesCTEIP-Sponsored Studies • Integrated Networked Enhanced Telemetry • Determine feasibility of RF TM network • Will augment and enhance current PCM technology by allowing more efficient use of current TM bandwidth with on the fly selection of the TM data that is transmitted • Directed Energy Test and Evaluation Capabilities Study • Requirements definition • Test capabilities assessment based upon results of requirements definition • Infrastructure development roadmap

  7. Study Approach CTEIP Roadmaps T-SS Multi- Service Capabilities Shortfalls Solution Specs Program Test Concepts T&E Infrastructure Requirements Agency/Program Unique Capabilities Shortfalls Solution Specs Service Investment Process Reliance Process

  8. Partnership with Acq Com & Industry CTEIP: Why a Joint Investment Program for T&E Capability Developments Technology Opportunity and User Needs B A C Weapon System Acquisition Concept & Technology Development System Development & Demonstration LRIP and Production Operations & Support T&E Requirement T&E Capability Needed For IOT&E T&E Planning Process T&E Capability Development T&E/ S&T CTEIP or Service I&M System T&E Planning Begins here

  9. CTEIP Efforts in Target and Ranges • EnRAP - Enhanced Range Applications Project • MSTCS - Multi-Service Target Control System • JAMI- Joint Advanced Missile Instrumentation • iNET - Integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry Study

  10. Enhanced Range Applications Project EnRAP RANGE INSTRUMENTATION GPS This slide should be a picture(s) or an illustration that depicts and / or illustrates the project. Tethered Relay Rangeless Encrypted or Unencrypted Links Remote Participants are equipped with internal mounts or pods EnRAP Ground System

  11. Multi-Service Target Control System Target Control Description

  12. Joint Advanced Missile Instrumentation • Integrated instrumentation package for small missile platforms • Will eliminate the need for range specific or multi-system facilities • JAMI components will provide: • Telemetry • Dual/Tri-Band Antennas • Time-Space-Position-Information • Track high-dynamic targets and missiles that fly below the radar horizon • Flight Termination • Miniature, dual-redundant flight termination hardware • End Game Scoring • Data to determine lethality performance for missile-target intercept.

  13. JAMI Deliverable Hardware JTU-I TOMAHAWK JTU-T FTR JTU-II FTS&A GSU-II V2

  14. Data Acquisition Network RF Network Point to Point Data Acquisition Network Network Data Management Test Engineers Laboratories Network Enhanced Telemetry Integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry Study • iNET Study Products • Determine needs of RF TM network • Provide a network architecture • Integrate ground and test article networks • Uses spectrum as a pooled resource • Define a technology investment roadmap • Driver: Limited spectrum for T&E • iNET introduces a network approach to move the bulk of TM data; traditional PCM TM retained for safety of life/flight

  15. Approach: explore methods used by the cellular industry Need: Instrumentation to locate combatants Need: Threat Representative Structures • Approach: Materials for inexpensive threat representation Identify Future T&E Drivers MOUT Environments

  16. Approach: Low cost, higher fidelity, IR RF & optical, components Need: Higher fidelity, multi-spectral targets Approach: Networked ranges – TENA ,iNET Need: Range/Fidelity Need: Mobile instrumentation – calibration, long duration power Approach: TRACS & Right Mix of GPS and RADARS Identify Future T&E Drivers Threat realism Accommodate Greater Engagement Ranges

  17. Approach: Improved Spectrum Management Tools Need: Better Spectrum Utilization Approach: clearance to fly UAVs in civilian airspace Need: Better Use of Airspace Identify Future T&E Drivers Environmental Challenges

  18. Help Identify Areas for CTEIP Investment • Common investment roadmap • Partner with industry and other DOD organizations • Identify DoD and Industry T&E Needs • Establish investment objectives • Time phase investments to meet the DoD and Industry T&E Needs Dennis Mischel will be the DOT&E Lead for this Effort

  19. Points of Contact DOT&E/S&TR CTEIP Program Office 4850 Mark Center Drive Suite 1000 (10th Floor) Alexandria, VA 22311 Derrick Hinton, CTEIP PEM d.hinton@osd.mil (703) 681-4000 ext. 157 Dennis Mischel, Targets and Threat Systems Office dennis.mischel@osd.mil (703) 681- 4000 ext 164

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  21. Modular design, 1350-1450 MHz, TDMA Up to 1810 MHz with new power amp Drop in VCO replacement allows VHF, 225-400 MHz, 900MHz, 1900-2500MHz Requires new power amp Digital Signal Processor allows multiple waveforms Output power: 43 dBm and 50 dBm Data rates: 1.28 Mbps and 232 Kbps Interfaces RS-422 (SDLC, Asynchronous) IEEE 1394 (Firewire) RS-232 (CDU interface) L-Band MSTCS Data Link Transceiver

  22. Network Enhanced Telemetry Proposed Solution: integrated NetworkEnhanced Telemetry (iNET) Data Acquisition Network Data Acquisition Network Downlink RF Network Downlink Downlink • Telemetry Network System • Data Acquisition Network • RF Network/PCM TM • Interface to Ground Network

  23. Identify Future T&E Drivers • MOUT Environments • Instrumentation to locate combatants • – explore methods used by the cellular industry • Threat representative structures -Material – allow inexpensive threat representation to be constructed • Threat realism – current systems discrimination require higher fidelity IR RF optical, etc threat representation • Accommodate greater engagement ranges • Range/fidelity • Networked ranges – TENA ,iNET • Mobile instrumentation – calibration, long duration power • TRACS • Trades between gps & radar • Environmental Challenges • Spectrum • Spectrum mgmt tools • Natural environment • Airspace – clearance to fly UAVs in civilian airspace • Use of UAVs as test platforms/targets