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PMA209 Industry Day: Air Combat Electronics Overview. “Achievement through Collaboration”. CAPT Tracy A. Barkhimer PMA209 Program Manager. NAVAIR Public Release SPR#: 2014-531 Distribution Statement A: " Approved for Public R elease D istribution is Unlimited ”.

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PMA209 Industry Day:

Air Combat Electronics

Overview

“Achievement through Collaboration”

CAPT Tracy A. Barkhimer

PMA209 Program Manager

NAVAIR Public Release

SPR#: 2014-531

Distribution Statement A:

"Approved for Public Release Distribution is Unlimited”

PMA209 develops, integrates, and delivers avionics solutions that meet customer requirements, enable interoperability, and maximize affordability.

non disclosure
Non-Disclosure

"This Presentation is for informational planning purposes only and shall not be considered as an invitation for bid, request for quotation, request for proposal or as an obligation on the part of the Government to acquire any products or services. No entitlement to payment of direct or indirect costs or charges by the Government will arise as a result of contractor participationin the PMA209 Industry Day."

pma209 ace org chart
PMA209 ACE ORG Chart

LEGEND

=EOB

= NAWC

= CSS

= Military

Tier 0 - PM

Program Manager

CAPT T. Barkhimer

XO

LCDR S. Paxton

Executive Assistant

Ms. C. Gardner

Principal Deputy

Ms. C. Chesser

Tier I - DPM

International Programs

DPM – Ms. Lindy McHone

Avionics Integration

DPM - Mr. C. Hoover

Communication &

Mission Systems

DPM – Mr. M. Williamson

Avionics Capability Management

DPM – Mr. W. Chubb

Navigation & Safety

DPM - Mr. G. Starks

Processing / Displays

Navigation

Business Operations

Mr. J. Lumpkins

AvCIP

Mr. A. Giovenco

FW - Land Based

Platform Integ Mgr

Mr. G. Fournier

AMC&D

Mr. B. Foltz

Nav Systems

Mr. J. Cooper

Avionics Architecture

Mr. R. Matthews

Acquisition Manager

Mr. R. Kelly

Moving Map / Data Loaders & Recorders

Air Space Management

FW – Sea Based

Platform IntegMgr

VACANT

CNS/ATM

Ms. L. Eagles

TAMMAC/Sensors/MSMA

Mr. K. Kane

Tier II - IPTL

Tier II - IPTL

Tier II - IPTL

Tier II - IPTL

COMSEC

Mr. A. Giovenco

Engineering

Mr. R. Muir

FST

Mr. J. Rowe

Radios, ICS, Airborne Net

Collision Avoidance

RW

Platform IntegMgr

VACANT

Cost

Mr. S. Bieshelt

Tactical Comm Systems

Mr. T. Waters

CAS

Mr. A. Singleton

CAN-MSSDCM

Mr. J. Murray

T&E

Ms. C. Jackson

Wireless ICS

CSIL

Mr. G. Moser

Data Collection & Analysis

Navigation DCM

Mr. D. Staso

AWICS

Ms. W. McGrath

Logistics

Mr. M. Kernisan

MFOQA

Ms. S. Whitley

Safety DCM

Mr. D. Evans

Blue Force SA / Intel Network

BFM

Ms. J. Cratty

BFT/IBS

Ms. W. McGrath

JSRC & Avionics S&T

Mr. J. Puda

Contracts

Ms. D. Harritt

Strategic Planning

Mr. J. Rowe

Legal

Ms. K. Norris

product portfolio
Product Portfolio

Navigation

Equipment

Safety

Systems

HOST

Open HW Stds

Processors

& Displays

Data Storage & Transfer

Encryption

Gear

Radios

& ICS

Transponders

Recorders

Sensors

FACE

Open SW Stds

SW Apps

Library

Systems

Integration

operational relevance
Operational Relevance
  • Overland Strike
  • CFIT protection, MCAC, MFOQA
  • OTH communications
  • Video recording, BDA
  • Urban Assault
  • Air to Ground & OTH comms
  • GPS Navigation, Moving Map
  • BFSA en route & @ Landing Zone
  • Ship to Objective Maneuver
  • Expeditionary Nav & Recovery
  • BFSA during ingress
  • DVE CFIT protection
  • Mission information loading
  • CNS/ATM foreign airspace access

LZ

  • Support of Troops in Contact
  • Expeditionary Navigation
  • BFSA, Digitally Aided CAS
  • Video Recording, BDA
  • Moving Map
  • Close Air Support
  • Digitally Aided CAS
  • En route Nav
  • Video recording, BDA
  • Mission processing

Every mission, from cross-country to precision strike, relies on core avionics.

avionics warfighting enablers
Avionics = Warfighting Enablers

Terrain Awareness Warning System

Pilot Reaction

FT AGL

G-Onset

Dive Recovery

Roll to Wings Level

SAFETY BUFFER

Tactical SA

CFIT Protection

Position SA

Tactical

Communications

Navigation & Primary Flight Instruments

Collision

Avoidance

Post-Mishap

Analysis

Avionics enhancements are becoming the primary method for enhancing warfighting capabilities.

Network Connectivity

pma209 capability portfolio
PMA209 Capability Portfolio

AWICS

  • Capabilities Portfolio:
  • Information Management – Mission Computers, processing, display
  • Information Exchange – communications & networking
  • Navigation – GPS Receivers, altimetry
  • Cooperative Surveillance – CNS/ATM: RNP/RNAV, ADS-B Out
  • Flight Safety – CFIT (GPWS/TAWS), CSR, MCAC, MFOQA
  • Acquisition Methodology:
  • Commonality efficiencies – reduced logistics footprint, economies
  • Affordable sustainment – FACE, common gov’t applications
  • Systems integration – gov’t alternative to prime vendor LSI support

GYROS

Displays

“Achievement through Collaboration”

ARC-210

Pilot Reaction

FT AGL

G-Onset

Dive Recovery

Roll to Wings Level

SAFETY BUFFER

LSI

AMC

GPWS

TCAS

core avionics master plan
Core Avionics Master Plan
  • CAMP 2014 Update (coming this summer):
  • Recommends preferred management practices in Requirements, Resourcing and Acquisition
  • Presents Avionics Capability Evolution Roadmaps
  • Tool for building cost efficient platform Flight Plans

2014

  • Capability Evolution Roadmaps:
    • Information Management
    • Line of Sight Info Exchange
    • BLOS Info Exchange
    • Internet Protocol Networking
    • Navigation
    • Cooperative Surveillance
    • Flight Safety
    • Self Protection
why use a commodity manager
Why Use a Commodity Manager?
  • Commodity Acquisition Management benefits:
  • Centralized management can reduce the cost of new capability.
    • Fewer development efforts - platforms team up for collaborative pursuits versus competing for independent/unique pursuits.
    • Reduction of number of contracts, personnel, overhead.
  • Collaborative pursuits achieve efficiencies.
    • Economy of scale in procurements - cheaper unit costs.
    • Continuous system updates/enhancements for all users.
    • Leveraging of new platform R&D for development & integration.
  • Commonality Reduces logistics/deployment footprint.
    • Same part or family of systems, multiple users.

OPNAV looks to PMA209 to provide affordable solutions.

industry day objectives
Industry Day Objectives
  • Establish close working relationship with industrial base.
    • Solicit follow-on meetings to allow vendors to showcase products.
    • Keep our Capability Teams aware of latest and best solutions.
  • Inform Industry partners of Naval Aviation needs and issues.
    • CNS/ATM solutions (small form factor ADS-B Out), Blue Force SA, Safety enhancements, Digital interoperability, GPS protection …
    • Advise of impending RFI or RFP releases.
    • Help Industry effectively apply IRAD resources (to benefit NAE).
  • Influence Industry to move to more Open Systems solutions.
    • Enable modernization through open systems & FACE architecture.
    • Promote solutions that have broader benefits so that they have a better chance of getting resourced and enhancing capabilities.
what s in this for industry
What’s in this for Industry?
  • Commodity Acquisition benefits for industry:
    • Open Standards:
    • Eliminates vendor lock and opens competition.
    • Levels the playing field for 2nd and 3rd tier vendors.
    • More affordable enhancement integration.
    • Multi-platform product application:
    • Broader user base (market).
    • Larger production runs (or production run shares).
    • Longer life cycle sustainment (product not lost at sundown).
    • Increased traction (opportunity) for enhancements & upgrades.

OPNAV looks to PMA209 to provide affordable solutions.

summary
Summary
  • PMA209 is here to:
    • Increase Industry awareness of Avionics capability needs.
    • Establish strong partnerships with Avionics providers.
    • Collaborate with Industry to support platform avionics- enabled warfighting needs.

PMA209 develops, integrates, and delivers

avionics solutions that meet customer requirements,

enable interoperability, and maximize affordability.

questions
Questions?

“Achievement through Collaboration”

CAPT Tracy A. Barkhimer

PMA209 Program Manager