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Tli military logistics

CELDi

The Logistics Institute (TLI)

TLI: Military Logistics

Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution (CELDi)

Program Review

August 19, 2003

Welcome and Introductions

  • Terri Glaze, Legislative Assistant, Senator Pryor's Washington Office

  • Randy Massanelli, Director of Senator Pryor's Little Rock District Office

  • Nathan McCarroll, Legislative Correspondent for Defense, Senator Pryor's Washington Office

  • Dr. Arun Seraphin, Senate Armed Services Committee

  • Lt. Col. Antonio Baines, Army Congressional Liaison

  • Richard Hudson, Vice Chancellor for Government and Community Relations


Agenda

Agenda

2:30-3:30TLI/CELDi Overview

3:30-3:45Question/Answer

3:45-4:00Tour Industrial Engineering facilities


The logistics institute tli

CELDi

The Logistics Institute (TLI)

Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution (CELDi)

A National Science Foundation sponsored Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC)

  • TheCenter for Engineering Logistics and Distribution (CELDi)is a multi-university, multi-disciplinary National Science Foundation sponsored Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC). Research endeavors are driven and sponsored by representatives from a broad range of member organizations, including manufacturing, maintenance, distribution, transportation, information technology, and consulting. CELDi emerged in 2001 from The Logistics Institute (1994) to provide integrated solutions to logistics problems, through research related to modeling, analysis and intelligent-systems technologies.

  • Research Program

  • The Center helps industry partners excel by leveraging their supply chain to achieve a distinguishable, sustainable difference. Through basic research, collaborative applied research with industry, technology transfer, and education, the Center is a catalyst for developing the engineering logistics methodology necessary for logistics value chain optimization.

  • Value-adding processes that create time and place utility (transportation, material handling, and distribution)

  • Value-sustaining processes that prolong useful life (maintenance, repair, and rework)

  • Value-recovering processes that conserve scarce resources and enhance societal goodwill (returns, refurbishment, and recycling)

  • Academic Partners

  • University of Arkansas, *Center Headquarters

  • University of Oklahoma

  • University of Louisville

  • Oklahoma State University


Tli celdi overview

CELDi

TLI/CELDi Overview

  • Center research provides creative, leading edge solutions to real-world problems

  • Sponsors collaborate with research teams

  • Benefit from shared research solutions

  • Employment of a systems perspective and an engineering approach


Core competencies

Strategic Areas

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Design

Material Handling/Shop Floor Logistics

Warehousing & Inventory Control

Reverse Logistics

Transportation

Intermodal operations

Intelligent systems

Vehicle/Bridge

ITS

Data mining/fusion

Trucking

Waterways

Enterprise Performance

Scalable Systems

Techniques

OR/Simulation/Optimization

Supportability

Management

Information Technology

Sensors and Communications

Human Factors/Ergonomics

Robotics/Automation

Quality/Metrics

CoreCompetencies


Dod related logistics partners tli celdi

DoD Related Logistics Partners:TLI/CELDi

  • Defense Logistics Agency

  • Naval Supply Command Systems

  • Pine Bluff Arsenal

  • Raytheon Systems Company

  • Red River Army Depot


Commercial logistics partners tli celdi

Commercial Logistics Partners:TLI/CELDi

  • ABF Freight System Inc.

  • AT&T

  • Avaya Inc.

  • Cargill Inc.

  • Cobb-Vantress

  • ConAgra Foods

  • Global Concepts Inc.

  • Hytrol Conveyor Co.

  • Tyson Foods, Inc.

  • United States Postal Service

  • Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

  • Yellow Freight System


Sample projects with tli celdi

Sample Projects with TLI/CELDi

Sponsor: Defense Logistics Agency

Title: Inventory Integrity Modeling and Benchmarking

Researchers: Terry R. Collins

TLI 1999-2000

Title: The Analysis of Inter-modal Choice Combinations and Pre-Positioning Strategies for Military Supplies and Materiel

Researchers: Manuel D. Rossetti, Erhan Kutanoglu, Terry Collins, Nancy Sloan, Yeu-San Tee, and Mee-Ching Chow

Project #: TLI-AR 00-2

Title: Stock Positioning for Personal Equipment and Spare Parts Inventory in Military Logistical Systems

Researchers: Manuel D. Rossetti, Erhan Kutanoglu, Nancy Sloan, Yeu-San Tee

Project #: UA 01-05b

Title: DLA-DDC Analysis of Military Processing Center Operations

Researchers: Manuel D. Rossetti

Project #: UA 03-DLA


Tli military logistics

Sample Projects with TLI/CELDi

Sponsor: Naval Supply Systems Command

Title: Readiness Based Customer Wait Time Sparing within Manugistics Advanced Planning System

Researchers: Manuel D. Rossetti

Project #: UA 03-NAVSUP

Title: Evaluating Intermittent Spare Parts Forecasting Techniques in Military Supply Chains

Researchers: Manuel D. Rossetti

Project #: UA04-NAVSUP


Tli military logistics

Sample Projects with TLI/CELDi

Sponsor: Pine Bluff Arsenal

Title: Decision Support System for the Pine Bluff Arsenal

Researchers: Joshua Buchanan, Cammie Harp, John English, G. Don Taylor

Project #: TLI-AR 97-5

Title: Model Development of a Total Integrated Maintenance System

Researchers: Julia A. Watson, Earnest W. Fant, and Mia Petre-Ungerank

Project #: TLI-AR 00-3a

Title: Recommended Process Design Changes; Identification and Resolution of Materials Management Software Tracking Problems and Inventory Reconciliation

Researchers: Manuel D. Rossetti, Andres Angulo, Geoffrey Skinner, and Ravi H. Kurgund

Project #: TLI-AR 00-3b

Title: Development of Productivity-Based Selective Maintenance Strategies

Researchers: Earnest W. Fant, C. Richard Cassady, Julia A. Watson, Kellie Schneider, Pingjian Yu

Project #: TLI-AR 01-03

Title: Grenade Line Reliability and Maintainability Performance

Researchers: C. Richard Cassady

Project #: UA 02-04

Title: Incorporating Lean Thinking into Grenade Line Maintenance

Researchers: C. Richard Cassady

Project #: UA 03-PBA


Tli military logistics

Sample Projects with TLI/CELDi

Sponsor: Red River Army Depot

Title: Automated Capacity and Capability Analysis in Repair/Rework Operations

Researchers: Earnest Fant, Craig Austin

Project #: TLI-AR 97-3

Title: Capacity and Capability Analysis in Repair/Rework Operations

Researchers: Earnest W. Fant, Jack C. Winburn, and G. Don Taylor

Project #: TLI-AR 96-3


Resulting dod collaboration within i ucrc

Resulting DoD Collaboration within I/UCRC

  • Defense Logistics Agency

    • Scott Rosbaugh, 717-770-8074

  • Naval Supply Command Systems

    • Leigh Ackart, 717-605-7019

  • Pine Bluff Arsenal

    • Emami Esmaeilpour, 870-540-2911

  • Raytheon Systems Company

    • Mark Ward, 972-344-5607

  • Red River Army Depot

    • Michael Starks, 903-334-2601


Federal appropriation background

Federal Appropriation: Background

  • Based on research experience and collaboration with current/past I/UCRC members

  • Pursued multi-year appropriation to support military logistics research

  • History:

    • Congressional office visits

      • Beginning in mid-90’s

      • UA representatives

        • Chancellor, Provost, John English, Rick Malstrom, Van Scoyoc Associates, Inc.

  • Resulting in sufficient support for appropriation request


Afrl effort

AFRL Effort

  • Military Logistics

    • 2002 Appropriation 1 - $1M

    • 2003 Appropriation 2 - $1M

    • 2004 Proposed Appropriation 3 - $2M

  • Movement of Funds: 1st Year

    • DoD Appropriation: Approved January 2002

    • Pentagon: Found good fit in AFRL

    • Human Effectiveness Directorate in AFRL

  • Subsequent Appropriations

    • Direct to AFRL


Research partner

Research Partner

  • Air Force Research Laboratories (AFRL)

    • Human Effectiveness Directorate

      • Barbara Masquelier, Chief, Logistics Readiness Branch Deployment and Sustainment Division, Human Effectiveness Directorate (937-656-7005)

      • Gerald Baker, Program Manager at AFRL/HESR (937-656-4316)

  • Contracting Agent

    • Northrop Grumman Information Technology (NGIT)

      • John Jacobs, Research Solutions Department

        Adv. Systems Division, Science & Technology Operating Unit,

        Defense Enterprise Solutions Business Unit (937-431-6005)


Programmatic areas

Programmatic Areas

  • Statistical Methods and Modeling (SMM):

    TLI is developing new statistical methods needed to drive novel statistical thinking as excessively large or very small data sets are identified in relationship to resource management and optimization of complex communication and logistics networks.

  • Battlefield Simulation and Intelligent Tracking (BSIT):

    TLI is exploiting the power of computer simulation, fuzzy modeling and fuzzy inference to support DoD’s needs for computationally efficient approaches for battlefield simulation and intelligent tactical and logistical information systems.

  • Advance Technology Applications (ATA):

    TLI is utilizing technologies, such as smart chip/card technologies, data mining of large logistics data sets, data visualization concepts and tools, and site planning and scheduling capabilities, to develop, identify, and deploy information technology into the management of logistics operations. Furthermore, these applications will dramatically improve world-wide command and control of logistics management.

  • Mathematical Modeling (MM):

    To accurately model the complex interaction of humans and machines common to Air Force transportation systems, manufacturing, command and control systems, and battlefield management, TLI is developing new mathematical models that have the flexibility to handle incomplete, conflicting and overlapping criteria. These models will reflect the total life cycle to aid in optimal repair/replace decisions for weapons systems by providing more accurate methods of system diagnosis and prediction of component failures. This will support the Air Force’s ability to meet Air Expeditionary Force requirements.

  • Performance Measurement Development (PMD):

    We are improving the integration of the Department’s strategic plan to mission outcomes by creating holistic qualitative and quantitative goals and measures for the Department’s annual performance report. Such improvements will provide immeasurable improved efficiency to the Department. TLI is uniquely qualified to support DoD in designing an optimal performance measurement system that integrates high-level objectives with operational and tactical metrics that will drive new decision support aids and support real-time process tracking mechanisms.


Afrl 02 research agenda

AFRL ‘02 Research Agenda

  • ‘02 Projects

    • MM0206 - Quantifying the Impact of Aircraft Cannibalization

    • PMD0204 - The Use of Decision Models in the Development of a Collaborative Integrated Solutions System

    • MM0202 - Fleet-Level Selective Maintenance and Aircraft Scheduling

    • BSIT0204 - Multi-Mission Selective Maintenance Decisions

    • MM0205 - Quantifying the Effect of Commercial Transportation Practices in Military Supply Chains

    • BSIT0201 - Hybrid Simulation/Analytic Models for Military Supply Chain Performance Analysis

    • ATA0201 - Commercial Practices as Applied to Total Asset Visibility (TAV)


02 project 1

‘02 Project #1

  • MM0206 - Quantifying the Impact of Aircraft Cannibalization

  • PI: C. Richard Cassady

  • Collaborators: Jim McManus, AFRL/HESS and Ed Pohl, U.S. Military Academy

  • Status: on-schedule


02 project 2

‘02 Project #2

  • PMD0204 - The Use of Decision Models in the Development of a Collaborative Integrated Solutions System

  • PI: Terry R. Collins

  • Co-PI: Heather L. Nachtmann

  • Collaborators: Barbara Masquelier, AFRL/HESR and Matt Goddard, AFRL

  • Status: on-schedule


02 project 3

‘02 Project #3

  • MM0202 - Fleet-Level Selective Maintenance and Aircraft Scheduling

  • PI: C. Richard Cassady

  • Co-PI: Scott J. Mason, Justin Chimka

  • Collaborators: Jim McManus, AFRL/HESS and Ed Pohl, U.S. Military Academy

  • Status: complete


02 project 4

‘02 Project #4

  • BSIT0204 - Multi-Mission Selective Maintenance Decisions

  • PI: C. Richard Cassady

  • Co-PI: Heather L. Nachtmann

  • Collaborators: Matt Goddard, AFRL and Ed Pohl, U.S. Military Academy

  • Status: on-schedule


02 project 5

‘02 Project #5

  • MM0205 - Quantifying the Effect of Commercial Transportation Practices in Military Supply Chains

  • PI: Manuel D. Rossetti

  • Co-PI: Scott J. Mason

  • Collaborators: Jerry Baker, AFRL

  • Status: on-schedule


02 project 6

‘02 Project #6

  • BSIT0201 - Hybrid Simulation/Analytic Models for Military Supply Chain Performance Analysis

  • PI: Manuel D. Rossetti

  • Collaborators: Jerry Baker and Jim McManus, AFRL

  • Status: on-schedule


02 project 7

‘02 Project #7

  • ATA0201 - Commercial Practices as Applied to Total Asset Visibility (TAV)

  • PI: Scott J. Mason

  • Co-PI: Justin Chimka, University of Arkansas and Michael Greiner, USAF

  • Collaborators: Jim McManus, AFRL/HESS

  • Status: on-schedule


Proposed afrl 03 research agenda

Proposed AFRL ‘03 Research Agenda

  • Proposed ‘03 Projects

    • BSIT0301 - Modeling Sortie Generation, Maintenance, and Inventory Interactions for Unit Level Logistics Planners

    • SMM0301 - Maintenance Decision-Making under Prognostic and Diagnostic Uncertainty

    • MM0303 - Quantifying the Impacts of Improvements to Prognostic and Diagnostic Capabilities

    • MM0302 - Multi-State Selective Maintenance Decisions

    • PMD0302 - Quantification of Logistics Capabilities


03 project 1

‘03 Project #1

  • BSIT0301 - Modeling Sortie Generation, Maintenance, and Inventory Interactions for Unit Level Logistics Planners

  • PI: Manuel D. Rossetti

  • Co-PI: Raymond R. Hill, WSU and Dr. Narayanan (collaboration with AFIT)

  • Collaborators: David Lemery, AFRL/HESR

  • Status: proposed


03 project 2

‘03 Project #2

  • SMM0301 – Maintenance Decision-Making under Prognostic and Diagnostic Uncertainty

  • PI: C. Richard Cassady

  • Co-PI: Heather L. Nachtmann

  • Collaborators: Ed Pohl, U.S. Military Academy

  • Status: proposed


03 project 3

‘03 Project #3

  • MM0303 –Quantifying the Impacts of Improvements to Prognostic and Diagnostic Capabilities

  • PI: C. Richard Cassady

  • Collaborators: Ed Pohl, U. S. Military Academy

  • Status: proposed


03 project 4

‘03 Project #4

  • MM0302 - Multi-State Selective Maintenance Decisions

  • PI: C. Richard Cassady

  • Co-PI: Scott Mason

  • Collaborators: Ed Pohl, U. S. Military Academy

  • Status: proposed


03 project 5

‘03 Project #5

  • PMD0302 - Quantification of Logistics Capabilities

  • PI: Heather L. Nachtmann

  • Co-PI: Manuel D. Rossetti and Justin Chimka

  • Collaborators: Matt Goddard, AFRL/HESR

  • Status: proposed


Resulting interaction within dod

Resulting Interaction within DoD


Center for engineering logistics and distribution

CELDi

Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution

  • CELDi provides creative, leading edge solutions to real-world problems

  • Return on investment

  • Member companies collaborate with research teams

  • Member companies benefit from shared research solutions

  • Employment of a systems perspective and an engineering approach


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