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  1. 1. Organized By:Defense Logistics & Performance Based Logistics WHEN: February 28 – March 2, 2011 WHERE: The Hilton San Diego Del Mar, CA THEME: Maximize Platform/System Uptime, Reduce Cost, Improve Efficiency, Lengthen Lifecycle Defense Maintenance & Sustainment includes a mix of case studies, panels and workshops. Here are a couple of the highlights: Hosted by: Ed Crow, Head of Systems and Operations Automation Division, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Conference Workshop 1: Design Of Asset Management Systems – Platform To Enterprise MONDAY WEDNESDAY Conference Workshop 2: Performance Based Support As A Systems Engineering Oriented Process Hosted by: Mike Osborne, Logistics Management Specialist, Assistant PEO for Logistics, Missiles and Space, US ARMY Monday, February 28: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops Tuesday & Wednesday, March 1-2: Main Program www.defensemaintenance.com Rear Admiral Raymond E. Berube, Commander, Naval Inventory Control Point Philadelphia (NAVICP), US NAVY Chris Booth, Chief CBM Branch, CBM/AOAP (Army Oil Analysis Program) Division, Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA), US ARMY Eugene Morin, Program Manager, Autonomic Logistics, US MARINE CORPS Colonel David Rice, Project Manager, Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems Office, PEO Missiles and Space, US ARMY Bob Walter, Head, Applied Enterprise Systems Department, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Brian DePaul, Director, Life-Cycle Logistics & Support, NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION Jerome J. Johnston “Jerry”, Logistics Management Specialist (PBL), Product Management Office, Air Traffic Control Systems, US ARMY Jimmy C. Bailey, Deputy Chief, Globemaster Division, Aerospace Sustainment Directorate, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, US AIR FORCE Kai Goebel, Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames Research Center, NASA Rick Gomez, Director, Strategic Planning and Business Development, C-17 Globemaster III Sustainment Partnership, BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY Key Speakers Include: Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 Fax: 646.200.7535 Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Receive up to $250 off* by registering today! Discount applies to qualified military, government agencies, and qualified manufacturers. To Register: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment will be focused on Condition Based Maintenance, System Reliability, Prognostics & Health Management, and Performance Based Life Cycle Support. Here’s why Defense Maintenance & Sustainment is the one event you can’t afford to miss in 2011: You’ll hear from senior sustainment executives and policy makers from across DoD and the Services – our leaders give you a comprehensive look into how the DoD is shifting their investments in maintenance & sustainment. You’ll build relationships with industry leaders whose expertise in condition based maintenance & automated logistics processes will help drive your future initiatives. And you’ll focus on key successes and lessons learned in CBM/PHM implementation to drive future innovations and support of the warfighter. ❑✓ ❑✓ ❑✓ Sponsored By: Defense Logistics From The Creators Of Media Partners: @DefLogistics
  2. 2. Agenda At A Glance **Full speaker biographies will be available on the Defense Maintenance & Sustainment website at www.defensemaintenance.com. Day One: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops • Monday, February 28 Day Two: Maximize Platform/System Uptime, Reduce Cost, Improve Efficiency, Lengthen Lifecycle • Tuesday, March 1 2 8:30 Continental Breakfast & Conference Registration 9:00 Conference Workshop: Design Of Asset Management Systems – Platform To Enterprise Ed Crow, Head of Systems and Operations Automation Division, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Dr. Karl Reichard, Head of Embedded Hardware/Software Systems and Applications Department, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Robert Walter, Head, Applied Enterprise Systems Department, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Jeffrey Banks, Head of Complex System Monitoring and Automation Department, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB 12:00 Lunch For All Attendees 1:00 Conference Workshop: The Sustainment Imperative – Creating Greater Value Across The Lifecycle Within Today’s Environment Hosted by: Christopher Kulp, Director, Global Public Sector Business Group, PRTM MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS 4:00 Refreshment Break & Networking Opportunity 4:20 Adapting Boeing Commercial AHM Strategies To The C-17 Program John Lyttle, Director, Engineering – C-17 Technology Transition, THE BOEING COMPANY John B. Maggiore, Program Manager, Airplane Health Management, BOEING COMMERCIAL AVIATION SERVICES 5:00 End Of Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshop Day 8:00 Continental Breakfast & Conference Registration 8:30 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 8:45 Optimizing Sustainment Strategies Rear Admiral Raymond E. Berube, Commander Naval Inventory Control Point Philadelphia, US NAVY 9:20 Sustainment Value Creation: Aligning Maintenance And Supply Rear Admiral (Ret) Michael E. Finley, Partner, Global Public Sector Business Group, PRTM MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS 9:55 Co-Presentation: CBM+: A PBLCM Approach Jerome J. Johnston “Jerry”, Logistics Management Specialist (PBL), Product Management Office, Air Traffic Control Systems, US ARMY Jim McKendree, Chief Logistician, GENERAL DYNAMICS C4 SYSTEMS 10:30 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 11:05 Panel Discussion: Examining The Benefits Of A CBM Strategy For Sustainment Brian DePaul, Director, Life-Cycle Logistics & Support, NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION 11:45 Moving From Diagnostics Towards Maintenance Based On A Predictive Model Chris Savage, Life Cycle Manager Condition Assessment Systems, Head, Machinery Enterprise Information Systems Branch NSWCCD Code 951, NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA) 12:20 Lunch For All Attendees 1:15 Chairperson’s Afternoon Address 1:25 Panel Discussion: Examining Innovative Maintenance & Sustainment Support Planning Trends Eugene Morin, Program Manager, Autonomic Logistics, US MARINE CORPS 2:05 Increasing High Velocity Maintenance Planning and Execution Based on Mission Profiles Dave Robbins, World Wide Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, SERVIGISTICS 2:40 Lessons Learned And Strategy On Building A CBM Data Warehouse Chris Booth, Chief CBM Branch, CBM/AOAP (Army Oil Analysis Program) Division, Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA), US ARMY 3:15 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 3:45 Applying Physical Failure Models To Perform Predictive Maintenance And Prognostics Dr. ir. T. Tinga, Associate Professor Maintenance Engineering, Faculty of Military Sciences, NETHERLANDS DEFENCE ACADEMY 4:20 Exploring Tactics For Acquiring Reliable Components That Drive Down Costs Colonel David Rice, Project Manager, Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems Office, US ARMY PEO MISSILES AND SPACE 4:55 Transitioning Engineering Information Into Logistics Brian DePaul, Director, Life-Cycle Logistics & Support, NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION 5:30 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Happy Hour Day Three: Maximize Platform/System Uptime, Reduce Cost, Improve Efficiency, Lengthen Lifecycle • Wednesday, March 2 8:00 Continental Breakfast 8:30 Welcoming Remarks 8:45 Lessons Learned From A CBM Implementation Eugene Morin, Program Manager, Autonomic Logistics, US MARINE CORPS 9:20 Creating A Successful CBM Strategy David M. Pack, Ph.D. Candidate, Logistics & Readiness Center Champion, Condition Based Maintenance (Plus), Communications- Electronics Command (CECOM), US ARMY 9:55 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 10:25 Panel Discussion: Examining The Future Of Performance Based Life Cycle Support Rod Skotty, President, MARITIME HELICOPTER SUPPORT COMPANY (A Lockheed Martin – Sikorsky Aircraft Joint Venture) Rick Gomez, Director, Strategic Planning and Business Development, C- 17 Globemaster III Sustainment Partnership, BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY Jimmy C. Bailey, C.P.L., GS-15, DAF, Deputy Chief, Globemaster Division, WR-ALC/GRG, US AIR FORCE 11:05 Conducting An RCM Analysis As A Key Element Of Your CBM Strategy Marc Borkowski, Director, Maintenance Engineering, NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND 04RM 11:40 Lunch For All Attendees 12:40 Conference Workshop: Performance Based Support As A Systems Engineering Oriented Process Mike Osborne, Logistics Management Specialist, Assistant PEO for Logistics, Missiles and Space, US ARMY 2:40 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 3:00 The Future Of System Health Management Kai Goebel, Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames Research Center, NASA 3:35 Examining System Sustainment & Obsolescence Management At The Subcomponent Level Steven R. Osburn, Deputy Department Head, Code 30A, Maintenance Engineering & Industrial Operations Department, NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND 4:10 End Of Defense Maintenance & Sustainment 2011 To Register Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 Fax: 646.200.7535 Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Table Of Contents: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops .........................3 Main Conference Agenda........................4-5 About the Sponsors ....................................6 About the Media Partners ..........................6 The Solutions Zone......................................7 Conference Pricing.......................................7 Hotel Information........................................7 Registration Form........................................8
  3. 3. Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops 3 8.30 Continental Breakfast & Networking Opportunity 9.00 Conference Workshop: Design Of Asset Management Systems – Platform To Enterprise Ed Crow Head of Systems and Operations Automation Division PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Dr. Karl Reichard Head of Embedded Hardware/Software Systems and Applications Department PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Robert Walter Head, Applied Enterprise Systems Department PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB Jeffrey Banks Head of Complex System Monitoring and Automation Department PENN STATE UNIVERSITY/APPLIED RESEARCH LAB For the past decade, the Department of Defense (DoD) has been focused on improving the time efficiency and cost effectiveness of the maintenance and sustainment processes for their critical assets. In order to address these needs, DoD is working toward the implementation of a condition based maintenance (CBM) methodology and automated logistic processes for select platforms. These asset management capabilities are enabled through the design and development of on- platform vehicle health management systems and off-platform enterprise systems. The challenge that DoD faces currently is how to design and develop specification requirements for optimum asset management system solutions for their various platforms across the services. This workshop will provide an overview for the design, development and analysis of asset management systems from the platform level to enterprise level. This three hour workshop will include presentations, discussions, and commentary of current developments associated with asset management systems including: • The design parameters that must be considered when specifying the requirements for an asset management system • The application of a Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) based analysis for determining ‘Which on-platform sensors and associated hardware provide the greatest return on investment to the implementation of CBM?’ • The design of on-platform information displays for implementing CBM • The design of on-platform monitoring systems • Requirements for on-platform diagnostic and prognostics monitoring • On-platform processing and data reduction • Aggregating and analyzing parametric data at the enterprise level and advising how best to operate and maintain the platforms or subsystem • Developing affordable and open CBM systems by integrating “best of breed” subsystems 12.00 Lunch For All Attendees 1.00 Conference Workshop: The Sustainment Imperative – Creating Greater Value Across The Lifecycle Within Today’s Environment Hosted by: Christopher Kulp Director, Global Public Sector Business Group PRTM MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS The complexity of the sustainment landscape continues to grow almost daily as DoD and Industry stakeholders seek to react to the barrage of policy and marketplace changes. Putting these drivers – including WSRA, PSAT, SecDef Cost Reduction, JSCA, Insourcing, BCA changes, PBL, EBS – into focus to create an understanding of the operational impacts is paramount. Understanding how continue to create value for the warfighter despite these drivers…priceless. Join your colleagues at the Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Summit in an interactive workshop with PRTM to address the critical sustainment changes and their impacts throughout the sustainment community. Hear from industry and government leaders on the evolution of sustainment throughout the Department of Defense and the Aerospace & Defense community. This workshop, aimed at both DoD and industry sustainment providers, will provide a detailed discussion on how to react and ‘operationalize’ these changes. This three hour workshop will include round-table discussions, analysis and commentary of current developments to help both DoD and Industry sustainment stakeholders on the key questions: • Policy and Market Shifts in Sustainment: What does it mean for DoD and Industry? Understand how the emerging policy, cost pressures, and risk management are changing the sustainment landscape. Hear from the team members engaged in developing the new sustainment policy, defining the new Product Support Manager stakeholder roles, and building the new BCA guidance. Understand the implications for Depot Providers, Program Management, Logistics Commands, and Industry. • Acquisition for Sustainment Success: How to reconcile sustainment best practices within the DoD 5000? Hear how the sustainment policy drivers will impact the DoD 5000 milestones. Understand how industry best practices can be applied within this new environment from the team working on PSAT and WSRA policy. • Aligning DoD Sustainment: How cost and supply chain transparency will re-align the DoD Sustainment approach Understand how the Joint Supply Chain architecture and the cost/performance visibility created by the Weapon System Diagnostic will change the way the DoD supports key weapon systems. Discuss the latest trends in aligning maintenance and supply chain to enable organic maintenance depots to make significant jumps in their performance. • PBL is Dead…Long Live PBL: How can industry maintain and grow the sustainment value proposition Political insourcing and evolving acquisition policy realities are placing greater pressure on PBL’s to demonstrate affordability and the value that industry is creating. PBL’s future hinges on the ability to evolve and deliver a compelling value proposition to respond to these customer needs. Understand how the PBL value proposition must evolve to maintain existing contracts and create PBL growth, particularly in light of OSD’s new policy and BCA guidance. Understand how the Supply Chain needs to be constructed to support the next-generation of PBL. Chris brings over 15 years of experience in product and services strategy, product development, and service development business growth. For the last 7 years, Chris has focused on innovation, implementation and benchmarking within the Defense Sustainment and PBL markets. Prior to joining PRTM, Chris spent more than eight years helping Fortune 100 technology firms compete and grow revenue through the identification, development, implementation, and management of integrated product-service offerings. He has worked across commercial and DoD markets in the areas of electronics, military/defense communications, aerospace and heavy industry. 4:00 Refreshment Break & Networking Opportunity 4:20 Co-Presentation: Adapting Boeing Commercial AHM Strategies To The C-17 Program John Lyttle Director, Engineering – C-17 Technology Transition THE BOEING COMPANY John B. Maggiore Program Manager, Airplane Health Management BOEING COMMERCIAL AVIATION SERVICES • Evaluating commercial industry uses of Airplane Health Management (AHM) • Translating commercial AHM strategies into the defense industry • Building a business case for AHM • Understanding the systems, applications and infrastructure that are needed to support AHM • Improving your operational performance by turning available airplane data into useful, actionable information 5:00 End Of Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops Monday, February 28 Day One: Sponsored By: "The Defense Logistics conference continues to deliver a great mix of content and speakers that you can't get anywhere else." -Kevin Trammel, Director Aftermarket Business Development, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines
  4. 4. 4 8.00 Continental Breakfast & Conference Registration 8.30 Chairperson’s Opening Address 8.45 Optimizing Sustainment Strategies Rear Admiral Raymond E. Berube Commander Naval Inventory Control Point Philadelphia US NAVY 9.20 Sustainment Value Creation: Aligning Maintenance And Supply Rear Admiral (Ret) Michael E. Finley Partner, Global Public Sector Business Group PRTM MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS Mike is a partner in PRTM’s Global Public Sector Business Group, specializing in consulting to aerospace, defense, and government clients. He is a recognized expert in logistics, public-private partnerships, and outsourcing, and he has spoken at numerous symposia and workshops. Mike has had significant experience in top leadership positions of large organizations, as well as hands-on experience driving operational excellence and bottom-line results. After a very successful Navy career culminating in his promotion to two-star admiral, Mike entered the private sector as CEO of a supply chain optimization and modeling company. 9.55 Co-Presentation: CBM+: A PBLCM Approach Jerome J. Johnston “Jerry” Logistics Management Specialist (PBL), Product Management Office, Air Traffic Control Systems US ARMY Jim McKendree Chief Logistician GENERAL DYNAMICS C4 SYSTEMS • Summary of TAIS System and PBL program • Application of CBM+ Concept on a PBL program 10.30 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 11.05 Panel Discussion: Examining The Benefits Of A CBM Strategy For Sustainment Brian DePaul Director, Life-Cycle Logistics & Support NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION *Additional panelists to be determined, visit www.defensemaintenance.com for details. • Understanding the benefits of CBM to increase reliability, supportability and cost savings • Assessing ways to incentivize industry with a PBL at 80% reliability and maintainability i. Realizing that you do not need 24/7/365 readiness • Looking at the potential benefits of implementing a CBM strategy i. Re-engineered parts with greater reliability ii. Reduced costs of replacement parts and maintenance workforce overhead • Leveraging PBL: Working with your contractor to analyze your CBM data and create a cost-benefit analysis for future recommendations and innovations 11.45 Moving From Diagnostics Towards Maintenance Based On A Predictive Model Chris Savage Life Cycle Manager Condition Assessment Systems, Head, Machinery Enterprise Information Systems Branch NSWCCD Code 951 NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA) • Understanding why most contracts are asking for CBM to be built into them - What is CBM? How do you execute it? • Planning on the front end for CBM – early in design and development • Creating a testing model for CBM throughout engineering and manufacturing • Utilizing CBM to set PBL benchmarks - Using CBM analysis to identify performance criteria and predictive failures • Re-designing your maintenance and sustainment strategy based on CBM results 12.20 Lunch For All Attendees 1.15 Chairperson’s Afternoon Address 1.25 Panel Discussion: Examining Innovative Maintenance & Sustainment Support Planning Trends Eugene Morin Program Manager, Autonomic Logistics US MARINE CORPS *Additional panelists to be determined, visit www.defensemaintenance.com for details. • Understanding that maintenance and sustainment are the keys to increasing the speed and agility of logistics support to the warfighter, while simultaneously reducing total ownership costs • Moving logistics from a transactional based strategy to an outcomes based requirement for mission effectiveness • Reducing system downtimes and total ownership costs through deliberate use of systems engineering analysis during the product design phase to design out the maintenance burden, reduce the supply chain, minimize mission impacts and reduce the logistics footprint 2.05 Increasing High Velocity Maintenance Planning and Execution Based on Mission Profiles Dave Robbins World Wide Vice President, Aerospace & Defense SERVIGISTICS • High Velocity Maintenance (HVM)- technologies to support planning and execution which increase weapon systems through depot maintenance in reduced time - Availability Based - Specific to Mission Profiles • Hear business cases that provide operational scenarios tied to HVM and showcase client metrics achieved - Discover how clients transition from steady state mode into up-tempo mode, leading to recovery mode • Lessons learned that answer the needs for process changes and fulfillment of data feeds for models Dave has over 25 years of Aerospace & Defense (A&D) experience, of which 20 years have been spent specializing in the government sector. Dave has held various management positions within IBM and IBM Global Services. Dave has successfully launched consulting operations for startup companies as well as established organizations. Responsibilities included overseeing over 200 employees, offering business process consulting, software selection and implementations of COTS ERP, CRM, and assuming all P&L responsibilities. For six years Dave led the A&D sector for Xelus, which was acquired by Click Commerce Inc. and most recently Servigistics. 2.40 Lessons Learned And Strategy On Building A CBM Data Warehouse Chris Booth Chief CBM Branch, CBM/AOAP (Army Oil Analysis Program) Division, Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) US ARMY • Examining considerations in building a CBM data warehouse • Working on a common data format – how does it fit in with the CLOE? • Extending your CBM data warehouse to support emerging programs 3.15 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 3.45 Applying Physical Failure Models To Perform Predictive Maintenance And Prognostics Dr. ir. T. Tinga Associate Professor Maintenance Engineering, Faculty of Military Sciences NETHERLANDS DEFENCE ACADEMY Bridging the gap between condition monitoring and condition based maintenance: • Many developments in sensor and data collection technology have taken place in the last few decades. This means that it is possible now to monitor a large amount of quantities on any system. However, useful application of this sensor data in CBM requires on the one hand a proper selection of the sensor quantity and sensor location and on the other hand a translation of the sensor data into condition information. Moreover, the prognostic part of the CBM concept is much less well developed than the diagnostic part. Both the proper selection of sensor (location) and the prognostics require a thorough understanding of the system loads and failure mechanisms, which have attracted much less attention than the sensor development in the last few decades. The benefits of usage and load monitoring in condition assessment and prognostics: • Application of physical models provides clear benefits over the mathematical (Weibull, stochastic) approaches to predict the service life of components and the associated replacement intervals. It will be demonstrated that by monitoring the specific usage or loading of a system, the uncertainty in service life predictions (and the related maintenance intervals) due to variations in loading or usage can be reduced. This yields a reduction of the conservatism in maintenance interval determination, which is normally required to cover the uncertainty. In this way, usage monitoring is a valuable alternative for systems where condition monitoring is not feasible (technically or economically), as will be demonstrated using a gas turbine blade case study. To Register Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 Fax: 646.200.7535 Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Maximize Platform/System Uptime, Reduce Cost, Improve Efficiency, Lengthen LifecycleDay Two: Tuesday, March 1
  5. 5. 5 8.00 Continental Breakfast & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 8.30 Chairperson’s Opening Address 8.45 Lessons Learned From A CBM Implementation Eugene Morin Program Manager, Autonomic Logistics US MARINE CORPS • Developing the supportability strategy/feasibility study • What is the best approach? How do you decide? • Success factors for organic participation in CBM strategies • What are the “Rules of Thumb”? 9.20 Creating A Successful CBM Strategy David M. Pack Ph.D. Candidate, Logistics & Readiness Center Champion, Condition Based Maintenance (Plus), Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) US ARMY • Why CBM now? - How advancements in technology are driving CBM efforts - How the speed of computing makes CBM cost affordable • Working together collaboratively with your contractor to put together a CBM program to capture data • Evaluating the data and performing a cost-benefit analysis • Using the results of your analysis to make good, solid and timely recommendations to senior leadership • Leveraging your PBL environment to avoid unnecessary administrative costs and red tape 9.55 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 10.25 Panel Discussion: Examining The Future Of Performance Based Life Cycle Support Rod Skotty President MARITIME HELICOPTER SUPPORT COMPANY (A Lockheed Martin – Sikorsky Aircraft Joint Venture) Rick Gomez Director, Strategic Planning and Business Development, C-17 Globemaster III Sustainment Partnership BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY Jimmy C. Bailey C.P.L., GS-15, DAF, Deputy Chief, Globemaster Division, WR-ALC/GRG US AIR FORCE • Looking at the current state of performance based life cycle strategies: - How PBL’s are being handled across DoD and industry? - Is PBL losing traction? • Understanding that effective PBL requires more than simply a life cycle management focus – it requires committed leadership, and cooperative efforts from the operational, acquisition and logistics communities • Quantifying the benefits of PBL: Why is this so difficult? - Increasing readiness - Reducing ownership costs - Reducing mean time to repair - Increasing the mean time between critical failures • Assessing how CBM and PBL together create the ideal scenario • Adopting a product support business model that drives cost-effective performance and capability to the warfighter • Aligning and expanding the collaboration between government and industry to produce mutually advantageous partnering practices 11.05 Conducting An RCM Analysis As A Key Element Of Your CBM Strategy Marc Borkowski Director, Maintenance Engineering NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND 04RM • Utilizing RCM to better understand failures, to remove failures, to prevent new failures, and to extend the intervals between maintenance • Achieving the goal of prognostics; not just diagnostics 11.40 Lunch For All Attendees 12.40 Conference Workshop: Performance Based Support As A Systems Engineering Oriented Process Mike Osborne Logistics Management Specialist, Assistant PEO for Logistics, Missiles and Space US ARMY This workshop will introduce a systems design interface technique that conveys supportability and producibility requirements to the design team and into the product design specification. This technique derives true logistics requirements from lessons learned, assesses empirical data from customer data bases, and results in discrete and timely Supportability Design-to Requirements (SDTRs) and Producibility Design-to Requirements (PDTRs). An objective review of traditional parameters and their limited capability will be compared with the SDTR/PDTR development process. The workshop participants will be provided with a new perspective in engaging the design team with relevant, timely and articulate design-to requirements for Supportability and Producibility. The workshop will define an integrating function for all the ILS Elements, where those functions synthesize and balance to effectively optimize Total Ownership Costs (TOC) and reduce the logistics infrastructure and footprint. Finally, the workshop will discuss methods for governance and for measurement of effective integration of sustainment design requirements into the product design from early design through the post-fielding phase. 2:40 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 3:00 The Future Of System Health Management Kai Goebel Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames Research Center NASA • Outlining the current state of prognostic technology • Examining prognostics and health management technologies being utilized within NASA programs • Assessing the future of system health management and what it will enable 3:35 Examining System Sustainment & Obsolescence Management At The Subcomponent Level Steven R. Osburn Deputy Department Head, Code 30A, Maintenance Engineering & Industrial Operations Department NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND • Identifying and overcoming obsolescence in a legacy environment • Utilizing technology upgrades to increase reliability, shorten cycle time and decrease costs • Partnership solutions for long term system sustainment 4:10 End Of Main Conference 4.20 Exploring Tactics For Acquiring Reliable Components That Drive Down Costs Colonel David Rice Project Manager, Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems Office US ARMY PEO MISSILES AND SPACE • Determining the impact of equipment reliability on lifecycle costs • Overcoming poor design issues that drive up your operations, support and lifecycle costs • Incorporating prognostics and health monitoring to enhance future reliability • Continuously evaluating a system’s effectiveness, suitability and survivability 4.55 Transitioning Engineering Information Into Logistics Brian DePaul Director, Life-Cycle Logistics & Support NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION • Discussing how PHM will prove to be a force multiplier for logistics and sustainment • Understanding how to design for PHM – what is the model? • Leveraging PHM and some of the technologies that PHM utilizes • Future of PHM: Integrating space, air and ground 5.30 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Happy Hour Maximize Platform/System Uptime, Reduce Cost, Improve Efficiency, Lengthen LifecycleDay Three: Wednesday, March 2 DAY TWO: Continued Sponsored By:
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  7. 7. Hotel Information Conference Pricing Meeting Location: Hilton San Diego Del Mar 15575 Jimmy Durante Boulevard Del Mar, CA 92014 San Diego Tel: 1-858-792-5200 San Diego Fax: 1-858-792-9538 www.sandiegodelmarhilton.com Sleeping Room Rate: $141.00 Single/Double Occupancy for standard accommodations $131.00 or prevailing government rate for government attendees Offer Cut Off Date: February 7, 2011 To book your reservations, call the Hilton at 800-833-8380 and identify yourself as a Defense Maintenance & Sustainment attendee. Rooms are limited and are on a first come, first served basis, so make your reservations as soon as possible. Government rates are based on availability. After the cut- off date of February 7th, rooms may still be available, so inquire with the hotel if you have missed the cut off date. For every registration received for Maintenance & Sustainment 2011, WBR will donate a portion of the registration fee to Smile Train. For more information about WBR’s involvement with Smile Train, please visit www.defenselog.com. *Manufacturers: Pricing available for those exclusively engaged in manufacturing only. Worldwide Business Research reserves the right to enforce the appropriate rate. **Other includes: Any solutions provider to Military, Government Agencies or Manufacturers such as software, services, consultants or other solution providers. Worldwide Business Research reserves the right to enforce the appropriate rate. ***Please contact Bill Penney for more information regarding team discounts at +1(416)597.4777 or bpenney@wbresearch.com. The Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Solutions Zone Optimize your time at the Defense Maintenance & Sustainment summit by visiting The Solutions Zone. The Solutions Zone features companies that provide technologies and services to help you better support the Warfighter. For your convenience, the networking activities at Defense Maintenance & Sustainment, including breakfasts, coffee breaks and receptions are now centrally located in The Solutions Zone. The Solutions Zone supplies you with the advice, help and tactical answers to the key challenges that you are currently facing on your quest for excellence in maintenance & sustainment. All of the participants in The Solutions Zone offer the latest advances in logistics solutions, maintenance and sustainment. There is a vast array of solution providers available out there…the key is finding the right one for you. Today, more than ever before, it is critical for you to make smart investment decisions that will produce immediate results. We’ve taken some of the guesswork out of the process. Only companies leading the way in maintenance and sustainment excellence will be exhibiting in The Solutions Zone. If you are a solution or service provider seeking to participate in The Solutions Zone, please contact Jarrett Spagnoli at 646-200-7463 or jspagnoli@wbresearch.com Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Military Pavilion The Military Pavilion is an area designated for military exhibitors to feature their services, educate their customers (and partners), and support their respective Services and Commands. For your convenience, the Military Pavilion is located adjacent to the Solutions Zone. Space is extremely limited. Contact Jarrett Spagnoli for more information, (646) 200-7463 or Via email: jspagnoli@wbresearch.com Registration Information Bringing Together The Leading Solution Providers To Help You Achieve Excellence In Defense Maintenance 7 Qualified Military, Government Agencies and Qualified Manufacturers* All Others** $100 off the prevailing tier for the groupTeam Discounts*** Cancellation Policy Any cancellations receiving in writing not less than eight (8) days prior to the conference, you will receive a 90% credit to be used at another WBR conference which must occur within one year from the date of issuance of such credit. An administration fee of 10% of the contract fee will be retained by WBR for all permitted cancellations. No credit will be issued for any cancellations occuring within seven (7) days (inclusive) of the conference. Attendees registered for complimentary passes who fail to show for the conference are liable to a cancellation fee equivalent to the main conference. Please visit www.wbresearch.com/dms/faq.aspx Full Price (Register and Pay in Full) Conference Package (February 28 - March 2, 2011) $1,935.00 Register & Register & Register & Pay in Full Pay in Full Pay in Full Full by 11/12 & by 12/15 & by 1/14 & Conference Receive Receive Receive Price $250 Off $200 Off $100 Off Conference Package (February 28 - March 2, 2011) $1,349.00 $1,399.00 $1,499.00 $1,599.00 Sponsored By:
  8. 8. Delegate Details Please photocopy this form for additional registrations. (Mr./Ms./Dr.) First Name ______________________________________________________________ Last Name _________________________________________________________________________ Title _______________________________________________________________________________ Department ___________________________ Organization _________________________________ Address ___________________________________________________________________________ City __________________________State _____Zip _______________________________________ Phone (_____) ____________________Fax (_____) ________________________________________ E-Mail______________________________________________________________________________ Payment Methods: ❑ Check enclosed for ______________ payable in U.S. $ to WBR ❑ EFT or WIRE TRANSFER PAYMENT DETAILS: HSBC Bank USA 452 Fifth Ave New York, NY 10018 Routing #: 021001088; SWIFT: MRMDUS33 Worldwide Business Research USA LLC: 619782161 Please reference code 19328.001 when registering. *Connecticut residents must add a 6% tax to their registration fee. ❑ Charge to my: ❑ AMEX ❑ Visa ❑ MasterCard ❑ Diners Club ❑ Discover Card Card # ________________________________________________________________________________ Sum of ___________________________ Exp Date: ____________________________________________ Cardholder’s Name_______________________________________________________________________ Signature _______________________________________________________________________________ Please visit www.defensemaintenance.com for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy. Payment is due in full at the time of registration. Attention Mailroom: If undeliverable to addressee, this time sensitive information should be forwarded to the Director of Maintenance or Sustainment 19328.001/JA WBR 535 Fifth Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 Five Easy Ways To Register ONLINE www.defensemaintenance.com EMAIL defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com FAX this form to 1-646-200-7535 - You will be contacted for payment details. MAIL Your registration form and payment details to: Worldwide Business Research 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017 CALL 1-888-482-6012 or 646-200-7530 When registering please provide the code above. Your priority booking code is: ❑ I am Qualified Military, Government Agency or Manufacturer ❑ I am Other ❑ 3 Day Main Conference (February 28-March 2, 2011) ❑ YES! I’d like to attend Defense Maintenance and Sustainment Summit 2011! February 28-March 2, 2011 The Hilton San Diego Del Mar San Diego, CA WHEN: February28– March2 WHERE:TheHiltonSanDiegoDelMar,CA THEME:MaximizePlatform/SystemUptime,Reduce Cost,ImproveEfficiency,LengthenLifecycle Monday,February28: DefenseMaintenance&Sustainment WorkshopDay Tuesday&Wednesday,March1-2: MainProgram www.defensemaintenance.com SponsoredBy:MediaPartners: OrganizedBy: Call:888.482.6012or646.200.7530Fax:646.200.7535 Email:defensemaintenance@wbresearch.comWeb:www.defensemaintenance.com ToRegister: DefenseMaintenance&Sustainmentwillbefocusedon ConditionBasedMaintenance,SystemReliability,Prognostics& HealthManagement,andPerformanceBasedLifeCycleSupport. Here’swhyDefenseMaintenance&Sustainmentistheone eventyoucan’taffordtomissin2011: You’llhearfromseniorsustainmentexecutivesandpolicymakersfromacross DoDandtheServices–ourleadersgiveyouacomprehensivelookintohowthe DoDisshiftingtheirinvestmentsinmaintenance&sustainment. You’llbuildrelationshipswithindustryleaderswhoseexpertiseinconditionbased maintenance&automatedlogisticsprocesseswillhelpdriveyourfutureinitiatives. Andyou’llfocusonkeysuccessesandlessonslearnedinCBM/PHM implementationtodrivefutureinnovationsandsupportofthewarfighter. ❑✓ ❑✓ ❑✓ Defense Logistics FromThe CreatorsOf Receiveupto$250off*byregisteringtoday! Discountappliestoqualifiedmilitary,governmentagencies,andqualifiedmanufacturers. DefenseLogistics& PerformanceBased Logistics @DefLogistics

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