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Information about 20051008MSR34559

Published on March 4, 2008

Author: Abigail

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Slide1:  New Start Brief Lt Col Steve “Monk” Waller DARPA/IXO Quint Networking Technology (QNT) Slide2:  Key: Net-Centric Operations IP-based routing, shared data, assured service Digital connectivity, Ad-hoc bandwidth, Survivable Links, Interoperable waveforms, Ensured Security Tactical Air, Weapon & Ground Controller networked operations in the forward domain AT3 Emitter Geo-location using NCW TTNT IP Based Tactical Networking Rapid Entry, High Throughput Over the air crypto QNT Small Software Defined Radio Miniaturization Network Flexibility Multi-band operation Cheap 2 Slide3:  Domain Seams Slide4:  TTNT Link 16 Low Latency Network OTAT Crypto High throughput Phase 2 H/W Miniaturization Tech RF Manufacturing Advances Reprogrammable Tech MIDS JTRS AMF Cluster 1 F-22 F-35 B-2 F-18 F-15 F-16 B-1 B-52 A-10 F-117 < 10 in3 Multi-Band Low throughput < 20 in3 Hi throughput < 30 in3 Lo/Hi throughput combo AT3 Rapid geo-locate Weapons QNT Multi-Band Multi-WF Multi-bit rate GIG extension Tactical Aircraft J-UCAS Small UAV’s Gateway GiG Reachback Dismounted Ground Slide5:  Quint Networking Technology Military Impact Exploit network centric technologies to close the combat seams for multi-service operations Enhance network collaborative targeting in a dynamic Joint environment Provide detailed situational awareness in very mobile combat through weapon tracking and by building BDA through network event capture Provide over the hill imagery/video networking for dismounted ground forces for UCAV and small UAV’s Provide a dynamic ground taxi capability for UCAV Milestones - Phase 1: Analysis, Design and HWIL FY05-06 - Phase 2: Build & Evaluate FY06-07 Simulation & Brass board stage 1 tests Phase 3: Cycle and Test FY08 Brass board Stage 2 tests Flight tests Technical Objectives $2K, 2 lb, 10 in3,10Kb/s, 30ms latency bidirectional communications device capable of connecting air vehicles, weapons and dismounted ground forces Design/develop hardware/software Positive control - Weapon handoff to ground TACP $5K, 5lb, 20 in3, 2Mb/s, low duty cycle, 30ms latency device an image/video report back BDA - Weapons transmit last image prior to impact Capable of handling selected/modified waveforms found in the tactical environment Use network connectivity and capacity to support multiple weapons/missions All users in network exploit network connectivity Exploit public key encryption for connection to weapon. Low cost in volume quantities Slide6:  Military Utility Enhance Network Collaborative Targeting SA of aircraft status in LOS vacinity In-flight comm to/from UAV/weapon routine Large numbers of simultaneous weapons. Support future flexibility in targeting/ fire control Situational Awareness/Bomb Impact Indication Tx Weapon Health/Status/Location Real Time Last Image Prior to Weapon Impact NCW – Weapons Data Link In-flight Guidance Updates – From AIR or GND Transmit Seeker Imagery to Operator/s Real-time Positive Combat ID of Dismounted Ground Forces BLOS weapon delivery Design Model:  Adv navigation Positive control Open-Closed Loop Effect options BIA Design Model Tactical Aircraft Integrate Weapons for Post Take Off Retargeting:  Tactical Aircraft Integrate Weapons for Post Take Off Retargeting Data Link Central Computer Armament Computer Capability to: Strike movers Weapon status in-flight Ground party or UAV handoff Abort Option Real-time Bomb Impact Indication Dismounted ground BFT/Coord Small UAV imagery/video Data Linked Mission Tasking No New Hardware No New Holes, Cables Maximum # types of A/C Pre-launch conditioning Positive control Handoff – Forward Pass Non-Traditional ISR Slide9:  QNT Weapon Insertion Capability to: Re-direct in-flight “TV guided” function Hand-off control Position/status updates Last second imagery/video burst Change fusing/function in-flight Slide10:  J-UCAS Capability SEAD/DEAD Capability to: Locate Emitters Strike Fixed and Mobile (Stationary) Targets Handoff among J-UCAS Controllers Abort Options Re-route/Re-target Capability Small UAV’s:  RQ-8 Fire Scout MQ-9 Predator B J-UCAS X-45C J-UCAS X-47B LEWK Reference: DoD Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Roadmap 2002-2027; Dec 2002 MQ-1 Predator RQ-2 Pioneer RQ-5 Hunter RQ-7 Shadow 200 RQ-4 Global Hawk Small UAV’s Dismounted soldier:  Dismounted soldier Capability to: Push vehicular level connectivity to dismounted units Aircraft positional SA Weapon positional SA Small UAV sensor data download PID targets Critical: No additional radios. Light weight, small size Power management plan Tech Dragons:  Tech Dragons Distributed Crypto in MILS Meeting performance parameters Size, power, weight Cost in production Slide14:  QNT Schedule & Transition FY06 FY07 FY08 FY05 FY09 FY10 FY11 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Aircraft & J-UCAS with MIDS JTRS & AMF Radios Weapons (SDB, JSOW, JASSM, JDAM) Dismounted Ground SOCOM Mini-UAV Leverage AFRL WDLA Transition Vehicles Service/OSD WDLN Architectures ACTD QNT Brass Board Testing PDR CDR TRR

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