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Tentnet Meeting August 11, 2009 at LMI. Meeting with the Emall Team August 4thPhase I topics of discussion were: Navigation Folder Tree Placement of the folder tree above the content. Changes to the Tree Structure

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Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

Tentnet Meeting August 11, 2009 at LMI


Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

  • Meeting with the Emall Team August 4thPhase I topics of discussion were:

    • Navigation Folder Tree

      • Placement of the folder tree above the content.

        • Changes to the Tree Structure

        • Browser should be capable of being changed. We had also discussed and determined to

  • include the capability for the Commercial Tents now managed by DSCP Construction and

  • Equipment. Additionally DSCP will need to include data to notify and direct customers to

  • C&E for the COTS Shelters.

    • Pictures for Parts and

    • “Tentnet “ had not been intended as the name for the Specialty Store.

    • Protocol to create new specialty store – need to develop the data flow between AC

  • Inc/DSCP/Emall to populate Phase II Items.

    • Data Population for new tents - need to develop the data flow between AC Inc/DSCP/Emall to populate

    • Phase II Items.

    • Content Manager – We need to determine the status and capabilities of the content manager.

    • Meetings - biweekly telephone meeting be reinstated during Phase II.

    • Meeting at DLIS 18 August 09 to include Website development SME


  • Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Placement of the folder tree above the content


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Goal: Move the Tents

    up in the folder list

    and combine

    options/packages

    features

    Changes to the Tree Structure


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Changes to the Tree Structure

    This was the placeholder

    For the COTS

    Product Line


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Changes to the Tree Structure

    Since packages do not

    Function as intended we can delete

    And combine as “Packages/Options”


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Link Name Changes

    Rename:

    “ Performance Data”


    Pictures for parts and spares

    Pictures for Parts and Spares


    Pictures for parts and spares1

    Pictures for Parts and Spares


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Pictures Cut-a-way and Guide cannot be opened

    Pictures or

    Component Breakdown

    Views can be accessed

    in a remote window


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Pictures Cut-a-way and Guide cannot be opened


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Pictures Cut-a-way and Guide cannot be opened


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Packages do not reflect required multiple unit quantities

    The concept of

    “Packages” was to

    Pre-select the Items and

    Quantities. This now would

    Confuse the customer

    That 1 would be the entire floor

    But they would only

    be ordering 1sq.ft.


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Done

    Done

    Done

    Done

    Done

    To Do

    To Do

    To Do

    To Do

    To Do


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Next Tent Systems and Components

    Protocol to create new specialty store

    Data Population for new tents


    Temper

    TEMPER

    There are over 40 different types of TEMPER . With the most popular

    Type IV 32’ TEMPERS containing over 150 individual components.

    DSCP has funded SBCCOM/Natick to provide updates to the Technical

    Data Package. Tentnet/Emall Site will reflect these updates as required.


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Arctic Hexagonal

    Hexagonal, Lightweight 5-soldier Arctic The Hex Tent is a six sided, pyramidal design made with breathable wind resistant, cotton sateen cloth.  The breathable properties of the cloth allows the transfer of interior condensation to the outside. This pole supported tent is still the current design tent.


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    10 Soldier Arctic Tent

    The 10 Soldier Arctic Tent is a six sided, pyramidal design made with breathable wind resistant, cotton sateen cloth. This tent features front and rear door openings lace lines allow two or more tents to be complexed together. This pole supported tent is the current design.


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Army Tents

    USMC Tents

    Extreme Weather Tent (EWT)

    Lightweight Extreme Weather Tent (LEWS)

    2 Man Combat Tent

    Individual Combat Tent (ICS)

    There are separate documents that each tent is managed by none are design control

    So government baseline tents are used.


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    TarpaulinsTarps have many of the same issues as the tents. Most are old designsthat were cotton duck and switched to coated vinyl.

    NSN: 8340-00-256-9119 Tarpaulin, Cotton with Rubberized Coating, 10’ x 8’, Olive Green, grommets and tie ropes included, MIL-T-1956, cloth wt: 5.60 oz. per sq. yd. nominal/coated cloth max wt: 16.0 oz. per sq. yd.

    NSN:8340-00-926-5389 Tarpaulin, Laminated, Vinyl-Nylon or Vinyl-Polyester, Yellow, 100’ x 16’, grommets and tie ropes not included, MIL-DTL-82288, cloth wt: 17.10 oz. per sq. yd. min/19.80 oz. per sq. yd. max.

    NSN: 8340-00-428-7590 Tarpaulin, Laminated, Vinyl-Nylon or Vinyl-Polyester, alternating Blue/White panels, 100’ x 16’, grommets and tie ropes not included, MIL-DTL-82288, cloth wt: 17.10 oz. per sq. yd. min/19.80 oz. per sq. yd. max.

    NSN: 8340-01-490-6084 Tarpaulin, Laminated, Vinyl-Nylon or Vinyl-Polyester, White, 100’ x 16’, grommets and tie ropes not included, MIL-DTL-82288, cloth wt: 17.10 oz. per sq. yd. min/19.80 oz. per sq. yd. max.

    NSN:8340-00-431-3775 Tarpaulin, Laminated, Vinyl-Nylon or Vinyl-Polyester, Blue, 100’ x 16’, grommets and tie ropes not included, MIL-DTL-82288, cloth wt: 9.00 oz. per sq. yd. min/11.0 oz. per sq. yd. max.

    NSN: 8340-00-485-3012 Tarpaulin, Nylon, Vinyl Resin Coated, Blue/Yellow, 11’ x 7’, grommets included but tie ropes not included, MIL-T-7249, cloth wt: 1.60 oz. per sq. yd. min/coated cloth: 5.50 oz. per sq. yd. max.

    NSN: 8340-00-577-5838 Tarpaulin, Vinyl-Coated Polyester, Camouflage Green 483, 26’ x 22’, loops included, MIL-DTL-32063, cloth wt: 19 oz/yd. max.

    NSN: 8340-00-841-6456 Tarpaulin, Vinyl-Coated Polyester, Camouflage Green 483, 17’ x 12’, loops included, MIL-DTL-32063, cloth wt: 19 oz/yd. max.

    NSN: 8340-00-817-2126 Tarpaulin, Cotton Duck, Unbleached/Natural, 16’ x 16’, with grommets and tie ropes, CCC-C-419/CCC-C-428, cloth wt: 12.5 oz./sq. yd. min. and 14.35 oz./sq. yd. max.


    Managed components

    Managed Components

    Tent lines, Covers, tent pins and tent poles


    Optional equipment

    Optional Equipment

    Heaters, Lighting and modular flooring


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    Content Manager


    Tentnet meeting august 11 2009 at lmi

    Content Manager


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