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    SSTRM - StrategicReviewGroup.ca - LCol. Bodner Power/Energy September 2009 SSTRM - StrategicReviewGroup.ca - LCol. Bodner Power/Energy September 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Soldier Systems Technology Roadmap Power/Energy/Sustainability Workshop By LCol. M.A. Bodner, Directorate Science & Technology 2 (DSTL-2) Defence R&D Canada September 22-23, 2009 Vancouver, B.C. Welcome, Opening Remarks & Soldier Modernization Effort
    • Welcome
      • Dr. G. Vezina, Scientific Advisor Land (SAL) DG DRDC Valcartier
      • Mr. M. Szymczak, Director S&T Land (DSTL)
      • LCol. M. Prudhomme, Director Soldier Systems Program Management (DSSPM)
      • LCol. E. Tremblay, Director Land Requirements - Soldier Systems (DLR-5)
    • Workshop Background
      • First technical workshop of a series of six workshops part of the roadmap development phase and leading to the implementation phase
      • Soldier System Technology Roadmap launched in Ottawa on May 25
      • Follow June 16-17 visioning workshop
      • Briefings at various conferences, i.e. WBR London July 09
      • Launch of Web collaboration tool on Oct. 1
    • 1995 – IPCE (Integrated Protective Clothing and Equipment) Contract Award - $$$$ for IPCE TD WHEN not WHAT? WHY not WHAT? Soldier Systems R&D HISTORY Technology Roadmap Mindmap High Level of Support from DRDC R&D -> ASAP TD R&D -> CB Plus TD R&D -> SIREQ TD R&D -> SIHS TD R&D -> SIPES TD R&D -> AMMPHS TD Other supporting R&D and DIRs
    • Soldier Systems Technologies & Domains Source: TNO Neatherlands
    • Soldier Systems TRM Rationale
      • Within DND no systematic industry consultation process was ever applied for:
        • identifying technology options
        • tracking the evolution of technology readiness over time
        • knowing how and when some of the capabilities gaps could be addressed
      • Current situation:
        • Industry engaged late and in an ad-hoc manner as there is no open collaboration forum to link all key players together
        • Lack of visibility & early awareness from industry on future capabilities
        • Long R&D lead time often needed to address future capabilities with early alignment of R&D investment on key priorities
      • Other Related Initiatives :
        • ACCORD, GoC Procurement Reform, etc.
    • Soldier Systems TRM
      • Objective:
        • To develop a comprehensive technology roadmap that will support the Canadian Forces soldier modernization effort using Industry Canada framework
      • Industry role:
        • Providing DND insight on technologies maturing in the 3-15 year timeframe leading to potential important increases in soldier capabilities
      • Government role:
        • Providing industry the opportunity to understand DND long-term needs
      What it is not:
      • Not a formal decision making process
      • Not directly linked to specific procurements
      • Not linked to procurement reform
    • Roadmapping vs Procurement
        • Roadmapping is About Better Planning for all stakeholders, i.e. it is Not about Procurement
        • Project or sub-projects in the definition and implementation phases of the acquisition process will not be covered by the Soldier Systems TRM
    • Industry Outreach / Collaboration Process
      • Led by Industry Canada (IC) and supported by CADSI to maximize participation
      • Open collaboration principles
        • Fair process
          • Open to all interested parties
          • No fee, no payment, and voluntary participation
        • Transparent process
          • All collaboration opportunities posted on MERX
          • All products available to all on Industry Canada SS TRM web site
          • Supported by two main tools (ICee web software & TRM software)
    • Project Endorsement
      • Army fully engaged with the project along with ADM (Mat) and ADM (S&T)
      • Defence Technology Council and Defence Industry Advisory Committee (DIAC) confirmed their support to the pilot project
      • Industry Canada fully supportive and engaged up to the Minister of Industry level
      • ADM(PWGSC) endorsed project at Major Crown Project Oversight Committee and fully engaged in Steering Committee
      • DND Legal, IC Legal and Dept of Justice gave its blessing to the new Web Collaboration tool (ICee) and the governance approach
      • CADSI fully supportive of initiative and is acting as Industry Steering Committee Co-chair
    • CF Objective Force 2028 Vision Soldier-centric Sense Information Dominance Intelligence Data Fusion Near-Real-Time Red SA Real Time Blue/Brown SA Act Integrated Effects Modular Force Global Reach Autonomous Action Dynamic Adaptation Shield Integrated OPSEC Integrated BD Management Nodal Security Capability Build End to End Simulation Sp Integrated Requirements and PM Short Spiral Acquisition System Defense/Industry Partnerships Generate ``Plug and Play``Force Elements Total, Real Time Readiness COP Force Configuration Mgt Integrated HR Effects Model Conceive Future Force 3D Effect Simulation Integrated S and T/ OR Pgm Institutional Functions Operational Functions Comd Integrated Global 3D C2 Integrated Decision Support Integrated Pgm Mgt Sustain Autonomic Logistics Near Real Time Log SA/COP Design Features
    • Army of Tomorrow Operating, functional & enabling concepts Land Systems Army Capability Framework
        • Future security environment:
          • complex terrains (urban, desert, arctic)
          • complex battle spaces (asymmetric)
    • CF Soldier Modernization Effort Aim: Enhance the capability of the future soldier to accomplish his mission and objectives Future Clothe The Soldier +: Level 0 Soldier System Future Army 2040 Future Today 2020-2040 - SARP2 - ISSP - Sniper System - FCU - Soldier 2020 Tomorrow AOT
    • FY 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 SARP II Fleet 1 SARP II Fleet 2 SARP II Fleet 3 SARP II OA Sniper Systems Soldier 2020 ISSP Cycle 1 Related Projects & Roadmap Timeframe Future Combat Uniform ISSP Cycle 2 ISSP Cycle 3
        • Focus on future capabilities and not projects (i.e. capability pull)
        • Emphasis on technologies maturing in 3-15 years (i.e. technology push) & leading to potential significant capability increases
      Roadmap Influence Zone Roadmap: $2B Program
    • Soldier Systems Modernization Effort Main Projects Portfolio
      • Includes:
        • Clothe the Soldier
        • Integrated Soldier System Project
        • Small Arms Replacement Project
        • Future Combat Uniform Project
        • Sniper System Project
        • Soldier Systems 2020 Project
        • Enhanced Night Vision
        • Mid-life Improvements to Ballistic Protection
        • Mid-life Improvements to Load Carriage
        • Navy, Airforce, SOFCOM projects
        • Etc.
    • What is a Soldier System?
      • The Dismounted Soldier System (DSS) is defined by NATO as everything (items or equipment) the soldier wears, carries and consumes to fulfil the soldiers tasks as individuals, as members of fighting teams and as parts of higher-level operational units on the battlefield and in a tactical environment
      • DSS Sub‑System: A group of modules that contribute to given functions and or capabilities.
    • Nato Soldier Capability Areas (AC225/P3 D316 & D346, 1991)
      • The five Nato Soldier System capability areas (AC/225 LG/3 – WG/3, 1993) are:
      • Survivability, Sustainability, Lethality, Mobility and C4I
      • These capabilities are enhanced by a number of components integrated and balanced as a system of systems or sub-systems
      • The Human dimension is an integral part of each capability area (training, ergonomics, etc.)
    • NATO Land Capability Group 1 on Dismounted Soldiers
      • NATO Armament Handbook (20 May 2008), LCG1 Mission:
        • Foster exchange of Information
        • Promote technical Standardization , Interoperability and Integration
          • Compatibility
          • Interchangeability
          • Commonality
        • Identify and promote Technical advancements
        • Plan/direct/coord subordinate groups
        • Liaise with all relevant organizations
          • Within NATO – RTO, IMS, NIAG, ACT, NSA, JALLC, etc
          • Outside – EU, MD, ICI, NGOs, Industry, etc
    • World Stage - Soldier Systems National Soldier System Programs Dev In Contract Fielded Germany - IdZ BS - IdZ ES Production - EADS Definition – Rheinmetall Afghanistan Oct 2005 USMC - MERS Main project UORs Iraq 06-07 US Army - Land Warrior - Ground Soldier System Tendering process Production - GD C4S Iraq May 07- Apr 08 UK - FIST Definition - Thales UK UORs Iraq Early 2008 France - FÉLIN Production - SAGEM Summer 2009 Spain - COMFUT Defn-Production - EADS Switzerland- IMESS Defn-Production - EADS Italy - Soldato Futuro Definition - Finmeccanica Canada - ISSP Definition Contracting in 2010 Australia - Land 125 Development Belgium - BEST Development Israel - DOMINATOR Effect S&T In fielding NLD - VOSS Development Defn-Production - Thales NLD Sweden - MARKUS Development Norway - NORMANS Development
    • Future Soldier Systems Challenges
      • Capability trade-offs
        • Enhance, Integrate and Balance: C4I, Lethality, Mobility, Survivability, and Sustainability
      • Human dimension is integrated
      • Technology insertion and obsolescence
      • Incremental vs “Big-Bang”
        • Can lead to “Christmas Tree” effect
        • Can have limited future growth
      • Key Performance Parameters
        • Size, Weight, Power , and Cost
    • Soldier Systems TRM Implementation: DRDC Programs SS TRM
    • THE INTEGRATED SOLDIER R&D “SYSTEM OF SYSTEM” Power/ Energy
    • Advance Soldier Adaptive Power (ASAP) Technology Demonstration Project (TDP)
      • Objective : To demonstrate novel power systems technologies capable of reducing the weight penalty & power restrictions imposed on dismounted soldiers and capable of providing 10 Watts of electrical power for up to 72 hrs, weighing about 2 Kg, and capable of exchanging power & data between the sources and devices carried by the user
      • Current Phase:   Implementation in 2010
      • Status: RFI to be issued
      [Source: Cnd Army Photo]
    • ASAP TDP Project Status
      • Project delayed by one year
      • To keep Industry informed and for DND to get feedback to reduce risks, while the RFP process is postponed, it was decided to issue an RFI
      • RFI will include:
        • A main body of instructions
        • An annex with key questions to industry for feedback
        • An annex with the key elements of the Statement of Work and the entire Performance Specification
      • Target Date:
        • The RFI is expected to be on the MERX in late Sept 09 early Oct 2009
        • Currently under translation
      [Source: Cnd Army Photo]
      • Short Term:
        • Increased awareness of Canadian industry capabilities
        • Validation of the art of possible with more realistic expectations taking into account time and resources constraints (e.g. cost)
        • Better knowledge of technology trends/options and readiness/maturity
        • Better understanding of risks and minimizing failures
        • Performance driven requirements, not product driven requirements
        • Less place for single technology biases in future requirements allowing reduced risk and grounds for complaints
      • Mid Term
        • New Canadian products adapted or tailored for military market
        • Procurement world more aware of Canadian industry capabilities
        • Increased opportunities for direct/indirect Industrial Regional Benefits (IRBs )
      • Long Term:
        • Transforming science-fiction in reality (scientific facts)
      Soldier Systems TRM Benefits to CF / DND / GoC
    • Power/Energy/Sustainability Technical Sub-Committee
    • Workshop Participants
      • 96 persons registered
        • Military
        • DRDC
        • RMC
        • NRC
        • Industry Canada
        • Academia
        • Industry
    • Agenda Day 1 0 1 2 Overview Products Needs
    • Agenda Day 2 3 4 Technologies Projects
    • Questions? For more information, please consult: http://soldiersystems-systemesdusoldat.collaboration.gc.ca