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Navy ISR Family of Systems: An Integrated Future

Navy ISR Family of Systems: An Integrated Future. ISR Capabilities Division 7 March 2012. CNO Guidance. Priorities: Remain ready to meet today's challenges, today Build a relevant and capable future force structure

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Navy ISR Family of Systems: An Integrated Future

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  1. Navy ISR Family of Systems:An Integrated Future ISR Capabilities Division 7 March 2012

  2. CNO Guidance Priorities: • Remain ready to meet today's challenges, today • Build a relevant and capable future force structure • Take care of our Sailors, Civilians and their Families; recruit and nurture a motivated, relevant and diverse future force CNO Tenets: Warfighting First, Operate Forward, Be Ready!

  3. Guiding Principles for US Navy ISR • Increasingly sea based & unmanned • Every platform is a sensor • Every sensor is networked • Data is discoverable & accessible by all • Modular, scalable plug & play sensor payloads • Common Unmanned Systems (UxS) Control Stations • Common interfaces, data formats & standards • Remoted automated sensors The Way Ahead: Increased Operational Access, Persistence, Flexibility, and Information Sharing 3

  4. Navy ISR – Leveraging Unmanned Capabilities • Endurance • Persistent ISR unfettered by crew & platform limitations • Far Forward • Expanded Area of operations into those inaccessible or hazardous to manned platforms • Complementary • Augments manned platforms to fill capacity gaps and reduce costs ,,,

  5. Family of Systems Approach • Airborne • Information Dominance Corps • Advanced Technology/Robust CONOPS • Scalable • Undersea • Legacy Missions Remain • Extending Endurance and Reach • Surface • Integrated into Future Fleet … Greater Flexibility Enhances Capability and Capacity

  6. UNCLASSIFIED Airborne ISR Way Ahead 2013 2016 2019 2022 Today BAMS-D Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Unmanned Air System (BAMS) EP-3 & Special Projects Aircraft (SPA) P-3 P-8 E-2C E-2D Navy Unmanned Combat Air System-Carrier Demonstration (NUCAS-D) Unmanned Carrier Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) F/A-18E/F/G Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) H-60 Vertical Takeoff and Landing Unmanned Air Vehicle (VTUAV) Fire Scout Medium-Range Maritime Unmanned Air System (MRMUAS) Shadow Scan Eagle Small Tactical Unmanned Air System (STUAS) ISR Increasingly Unmanned & Automated 6 UNCLASSIFIED 6

  7. Naval UAV Inventory Plan PB13 UNCLASSIFIED >6% reduction in air vehicles in FY20 when compared to PB12 • -1 Scan Eagle System = 12 Air Vehicles • 1 STUAS/Shadow System = 5 Air Vehicles Family of Systems Required to Provide Exquisite Situational Awareness UNCLASSIFIED 7

  8. UNCLASSIFIED Naval UAS Capabilities • 60,000 BAMS • 50,000 • 40,000 • Altitude / feet UCLASS • 30,000 • 20,000 MRMUAS VTUAV with in-flight refueling STUAS • 10,000 Shadow with rewing • 3 • 12 • 18 • 9 • 15 • 21 • 24 • 6 • Effective Time On Station with max payload / hours • Baseline threshold capability • No programmed capability • Limited numbers of platforms may have select capabilities • APG – Airborne Precision Geolocation • AIS – Automated Identification System 8 UNCLASSIFIED

  9. UNCLASSIFIED Navy UAS Operations in the Fleet • Fire Scout • USS Halyburton over 420 Flight Hours • SOF and other combat support missions • Afghanistan RC (North) over 1230 Flight Hours • Counter piracy missions • TCDL COMM Relay • Remote Viewing Terminal exercised • Conduct of dual H-60/VTUAV Ops • Lessons learned to mature TTP Development • Two FFGs for AFRICOM/SOCOM support FY12 • Scan Eagle / ISR Services • >170,000 flight hours supporting deployed forces. • Identification of surface vessels ISO maritime domain awareness • Surveillance of known smuggling and piracy areas • Persistent coverage for counter-insurgency operations • Route Survey Support • Strike Support • Surveillance and protection of high value infrastructure (OPLATs) • Battle Damage Assessment 9 UNCLASSIFIED

  10. UNCLASSIFIED Navy UAS Operations in the Fleet • BAMS-D • Demonstration program with real world utility • Provides the Fleet a persistent, high-altitude, multi-INT, maritime ISR capability • Currently on its 32th month of a 6 month deployment • > 6000 flight hours in CENTCOM AOR • Providing direct, actionable intelligence • Tactics, Techniques, Procedures Development • UCAS-D • Mature technologies for an unmanned air system to operate in a carrier environment • Demonstrates technologies supporting a potential follow-on acquisition program for CVN-based UAS • Surrogate testing with King Air and F/A-18 in CVN environment July 2011 • First carrier landing with surrogate F/A-18 July 2011 • First wheels-up flight Oct 2011 10 UNCLASSIFIED

  11. Unmanned / Underwater System Roadmap SURTASS ZEUS Today 2014 2018 SMCM LBSAUV LBS Glider UUV LBS Glider Follow-on PLUS INP PLUS Fleet Asset LDUUV INP LDUUV LOC LDUUV Fleet Assets Enabling Concepts Development / CONOPS Development / Fleet Awareness & Feedback Mid-Term COTS Mission UUV SWSS PAMS Demo DNS Sensors ISR Increasingly Unmanned & Automated

  12. LDUUV Vision • By 2020 LDUUV will: • Initial Operating Capability (IOC) as an operational squadron • Provide above water Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) • Leverage five years of operational lessons from developmental LDUUVs By 2025 LDUUV will: • Achieve Full Rate Production • Employ modular payloads for multiple missions in multiple areas • Deliver capability for multi-launch platforms

  13. UNCLASSIFIED UxS Challenges • Endurance • Reliability • Autonomy • Platform • Sensors • PED • Common Control Systems • Common Systems Interoperability • Reduced Install/Certification Timelines Partnership with industry more important than ever 13 UNCLASSIFIED

  14. UAS Common Control System Presentation Layer (Common UI) Service C Unique 1 Weapon Rel Legacy App 1 Legacy App 2 SATCOM Unique 2 Legacy App 3 BAMS C2 VTUAV C2 Unique 4 Unique 3 STUAS C2 Information Assurance Safety Airworthiness Process Data Archiving Map Mission Planning UHF/VHF Management External Messaging Weather Service A Common AV C2 Service B EO/IR C2 SAR X Y Z Service Bus Service Bus O/S layer Technical Interface Rules Configuration Management Governance and Business Rules Build These Once ! The COMMON UI & Presentation Layer The UNIQUE COMPONENTS The COMMON COMPONENTS The FRAMEWORK

  15. Commonality / Interoperability Achieving a CCS solution will enhance interoperability opportunities but interoperability inherently encompasses a much broader spectrum of issues across combatant forces, networks, customers, etc. BAMS UCLASS VTUAV STUAS CCS Interoperability MRMUAS C2 / FMV / EO/IR / Radar / SIGINT / COMMINT . . . UAS Manned Consistent Presentation Layer System Support Information Assurance and Security Management HMI Interface External Messaging and Communication Sensor Product Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination Legacy Message Set FRED Primary Mission Control Vehicle Specific Module X Mission and Task Planning Legacy Route Planning Vehicle Specific Module Dynamic Battlespace Public Interfaces Infrastructure (O/S layer, Middleware) Hardware Performance Specification Governance

  16. UNCLASSIFIED Summary • Navy is on glide-slope to provide: • Persistence via unmanned systems • Capacity with more platforms and sensors • Capability with automated sensors • Flexibility with modular, scalable “plug & play” sensors • Timeliness through effective TCPED process • Connectivity through secure information sharing “Navy’sintent is to produce a family of capable, effective, and interoperable unmanned systems that integrate with manned platforms and ships to provide situational awareness and warfighting advantage to commanders at all levels” UNCLASSIFIED 16

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