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  1. 1. FROM THE CREATORS OF DEFENSE LOGISTICS Government, Military & Manufacturers: Register Early & Get $300 off OR book your TEAM & save up to $500! See page 15 for pricingFebruary 27 – 29, 2012 • The Hilton Torrey Pines La Jolla, CA • www.defensemaintenance.com WorkshoPs Learn about the study that Penn State University’s Dr. Karl Reichard Robert Walter Jeffrey Banks Applied Research Lab conducted and how they Head of Embedded Head of Complex identified the primary barriers and challenges Head, Applied Hardware/Software System Monitoring facing CBM+ implementation. Find out how Enterprise Systems Systems and and Automation Department, your organization can knock them down!Applications Department Department Penn StatePenn State University Penn State University University AppliedApplied Research Lab Applied Research Lab Research LabExPErts Learn about the challenges you will face and how to overcome them directly from the policy Dr. Thomas R. Kai Goebel Christopher makers and implementers that have Edison Senior Scientist, Smith executed winning strategies. DBA, CPL, Lead Prognostics Director, Professor, Program Center of Excellence, Condition Based Management and Ames Research Center, Maintenance, Aviation Life Cycle Logistics National Aeronautics and Missile Command, Defense Acquisition and Space United States Army University Administration Programs Get up to speed with the highest visibility programs in the DoD and industry: NASA’sSusan Kinney Brigadier General CW5 Art Gribensk International Space Station, V-22, Virginia ClassDirector, Logistics Program Executive Submarines, Army Aviation and the brand new Operations Christopher Office-Aviation, KC-46 Tanker. National Bogdan Redstone Arsenal, Aeronautics KC-46 Program Executive United States Army Find out how NASA builds sustainment into and Space Officer and Program equipment that can never come home for repairsAdministration Director, KC-46 Tanker and how the Navy implements reliability centered Modernization Directorate, maintenance on a vessel where surfacing is not United States Air Force an option. Organized By: Sponsored By: @DefLogistics #DMS SM Defense Logistics & Performance Based LogisticsTO REGISTER Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 • Fax: 646.200.7535Register Today! Call: 866-691-7771 Fax: 416-598-1452Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com • Web: www.defensemaintenance.comEmail: john.murray@wbresearch.com
  2. 2. tablE of ContEnts: Agenda Day One: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops ................p 4 Agenda Day Two: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That Improve Weapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost ..p 5-6 Agenda Day Three: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That Improve Weapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost ..........p 7-8 The Solution Zone ............................................................................................p8 About Our Sponsors ........................................................................................p9 Why Sponsor Defense Maintenance 2012 ..................................................p 10 About Our Media Partners............................................................................p 11 Why Your Team Should Attend Defense Maintenance ..............................p 12 **Full speaker biographies will be available on the 2011 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Attendee List....................p 13-14 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment website at Conference Pricing & Hotel Information......................................................p 15 www.defensemaintenance.com. Registration Form ..........................................................................................p16 agenda-at-a-glance DAY ONE: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops Monday, February 27, 2012 8:30 Continental Breakfast & Conference Registration 12:00 Lunch For All Attendees 8:55 Opening Remarks 1:00 Conference Workshop: Tackling The Affordability Challenge – Controlling The Risk And Cost Of Weapon 9:00 Conference Workshop: Review And Recommendations System Total Life Cycle Support To Address The Primary Barriers And Challenges Facing Christopher Kulp, Principal, PwC DoD-Wide Implementation Of CBM+ Basil F. Gray III, Director, PwC Dr. Karl Reichard, Head of Embedded Hardware/Software Systems Don Ward, Director, PwC and Applications Department, Penn State University Applied Jeb Lyne, Manager, PwC Research Lab Robert Walter, Head, Applied Enterprise Systems Department, 4:00 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Happy Hour Penn State University Applied Research Lab Icebreaker Jeffrey Banks, Head of Complex System Monitoring and Automation Department, Penn State University Applied Research Lab DAY TWO: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That Improve Weapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost Tuesday, February 28, 2012 7:45 Continental Breakfast & Conference Registration 10:30 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 8:15 Chairperson’s Opening Address 11:05 Doing Maintenance Projects Right 8:30 NASA Approaches To Space Flight Maintenance And Yoav Ziv, VP Marketing, Realization Technologies Sustainment Kevin Watson, Lead for Life Cycle Logistics and Supply Chain 11:40 Panel Discussion: Examining The Benefits Of A CBM Management, Logistics Management Division, National Aeronautics Strategy For Sustainment and Space Administration Christopher Smith, Director, Condition Based Maintenance, Susan Kinney, Director, Logistics Operations, National Aeronautics Aviation and Missile Command, United States Army and Space Administration Steven Kratzmeier, Chief, Field Studies, United States Army Anthony J. Butina, Logistics Manager, International Space Station Materiel Systems Analysis Activity Logistics and Maintenance Office, Johnson Space Center (JSC), Mark Colley, Program Director, TACOM CBM+, United States Army National Aeronautics and Space Administration 12:15 Lunch For All Attendees Chris Bramon, Deputy, Space Launch System (SLS) Operations, National Aeronautics and Space Adminisration Michael R. Moore, Program Executive, Hubble Space Telescope, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Kai Goebel, Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration2 TO REGISTER Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 • Fax: 646.200.7535 • Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com • Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Register Today! Call: 866-691-7771 Fax: 416-598-1452 Email: john.murray@wbresearch.com
  3. 3. AGENDA-AT-A-GLANCE continued Concurrent Sessions: Choose Track A or B Track A: Data Integration & Strategy Execution Track B: PBLCS & Total Ownership Cost Reduction1:10 Chairperson’s Afternoon Address Chairperson’s Afternoon Address1:20 Panel Discussion: Integrating CBM+ Data Using The Examining The Future Of Performance Based Life Cycle Hardware And Software Infrastructure Tools Support Dr. Sreerupa Das, Global Training and Logistics, Lockheed Martin Dr. Thomas R. Edison, DBA, CPL, Professor, Program Management Jason Thomas, CBM Structures Lead, NAVAIR Structures, United and Life Cycle Logistics, Defense Acquisition University States Navy Dr. Andre Murphy, PhD, Professor, Systems Engineering and Life Cycle Logistics, Defense Acquisition University1:55 EMSe - Creating Enterprise Level Maintenance Centers Executive Presentation Thomas Hawley, Director of Strategic Development, O’Neil Dave Robbins, World Wide Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, Servigistics2:30 Manage Obsolescence Before It Manages You Miniature/Microminiature (2M) Module Test & Repair Steven R. Osburn, Deputy Department Head, Code 30A, (MTR) Program Maintenance Engineering & Industrial Operations Department, Naval Tom Ingram, Program Manager, Miniature & Micro-miniature Sea Systems Command Module Test and Repair (2M MTR) and Gold Disk Program, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)3:05 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone3:40 TACOMs Ground Community CBM+ Strategy Advanced Systematic Approach For Prognostic Mark Colley, Program Director, TACOM CBM+, United States Army Realization Across Army Platforms Dr. Canh Ly, Principal Research Investigator, United States Army Research Laboratory4:15 End Of Track Sessions4:20 Closing Keynote: Building The Business Case For Legacy Systems From A CECOM CBM+ Perspective David M. Pack, Ph. D. Candidate, Logistics & Readiness Center Champion, Condition Based Maintenance (Plus), Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), United States Army5:00 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Happy HourDAY THREE: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That ImproveWeapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost Wednesday, February 29th, 20128:00 Continental Breakfast 1:20 Innovation Spotlight8:30 Chairperson’s Opening Address 2:05 High Velocity Maintenance - Transforming Depot Maintenance Processes8:45 KC-46 Sustainment Strategy And Life Cycle Cost Saving Jerry Mobley, High Velocity Maintenance Team Lead, Warner Measures Robins Air Logistics Center, United States Air Force Brigadier General Christopher Bogdan, KC-46 Program Executive Officer and Program Director, KC-46 Tanker Modernization 2:45 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Directorate, United States Air Force Solutions Zone9:30 Fleet Management: A Sustained Strategy To Reduce 3:15 CBM+ And The CAMEO Project Maintainer Burden Joe Schmidley, V-22 Automated Logistics Environment Integrated CW5 Art Gribensk, Program Executive Office-Aviation, Redstone Product Team Lead, United States Navy Arsenal, United States Army 3:55 Reliability Centered Maintenance - Driving Better10:30 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Forecasting Solutions Zone JD Webster, Chief, Operations Division, Condition Based Maintenance, Aviation and Missile Command, United States Army11:00 Adapting Boeing Commercial AHM Strategies For Military Applications: A C-17 Case Study 4:35 Using CBM+ And Prognostics To Reduce Total David Kinney, Associate Technical Fellow, Integrated Vehicle Health Ownership Cost On Virginia Class Subs Management, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Christy Goff, Product Support Manager, RTOC Project Manager, VIRGINIA Class Submarine Program, United States Navy11:40 Lunch For All Attendees 5:25 End Of Defense Maintenance & Sustainment 201212:40 A Road Map For Active Systems Health Management Kai Goebel, Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration SM Sponsored by: 3
  4. 4. Day onE: Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshops Monday, February 27, 2012 8.30 Continental Breakfast & Conference 12.00 Lunch For All Attendees Registration 1.00 Conference Workshop: Tackling The 8.55 Opening Remarks Affordability Challenge – Controlling The Risk And Cost Of Weapon System Total Life Cycle Support 9.00 Conference Workshop: Review And Recommendations To Address The Primary Christopher Kulp Principal Barriers And Challenges Facing DoD-Wide PwC Implementation Of CBM+ Basil F. Gray III Dr. Karl Reichard Director Head of Embedded Hardware/Software Systems PwC and Applications Department Penn State University Applied Research Lab Don Ward Director Robert Walter PwC Head, Applied Enterprise Systems Department Penn State University Applied Research Lab Jeb Lyne Manager Jeffrey Banks PwC Head of Complex System Monitoring and Automation Department, Penn State University Applied Research Lab Growing budget pressures and the imminent defense cuts are forcing both industry and Department of Defense (DoD) The Department of Defense (DoD) continues to implement organizations to re-evaluate their approach to weapon system condition based maintenance (CBM) methodology and product support. automated logistic processes for select platforms (aircraft, ships, ground combat vehicles, generators, etc.). PSU/ARL conducted a The DoD currently spends roughly $132 billion, or nearly 20% of 3 hour workshop during the 2011 DoD Maintenance and its annual budget, on product support. As organizations are Sustainment Summit on CBM+ and conducted a survey of the asked to “do more with less” that number is expected to rapidly participants (military, civil servant, contractor). The participants increase and consume an even greater percentage of the defense indicated that the primary barriers and challenges facing DOD- budget. Drawing on the practical nature of hands-on wide implementation of CBM+ are: experience, this workshop will provide perspectives from industry • Business case and DoD on tackling this affordability challenge. • Requirements • Policy From industry, the workshop will discuss the different industrial • Standards base strategies on affordability and the underlying opportunities • Commonality and challenges. From the DoD perspective, we will discuss how the new Business Case Analysis requirements, Life-Cycle In 2012, PSU/ARL will present a three hour workshop that will Sustainment Plan (LCSP) development and considerations, include presentations, discussions, commentary and advantages of the Product Support Business Model, and the recommendation for addressing the challenges and barriers Operating and Support Cost reality are being realized - with identified in 2011 survey results: industry and organizational case studies. • Conducting cost benefits analysis for CBM+ systems • Writing concise requirements for CBM+ systems Join PwC in this workshop and discuss how to drive down • Identifying data sources on platform and off platform weapon system product support costs and improve overall • Employing standards on platform and off platform readiness. Program offices, OEMs and product support providers • Planning to leverage commonality between programs on are encouraged to join, but all are welcome for this half day event. platform and off platform This technical team will not address how to establish policy for CBM+. 4.00 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Happy The workshop will conclude with an interactive survey and a Hour Icebreaker cursory analysis and discussion of results. 5.00 End Of Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshop Day “The Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Workshop Day will give you the chance to hear from the most experienced implementers in the business. These organizations have not only lived through change, but have lead countless others to success and are here to share their lessons with you” -Anthony Fleming, Program Director, Defense Maintenance & Sustainment4 TO REGISTER Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 • Fax: 646.200.7535 • Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com • Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Register Today! Call: 866-691-7771 Fax: 416-598-1452 Email: john.murray@wbresearch.com
  5. 5. Day tWo: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That ImproveWeapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost Tuesday, February 28th, 20127.45 Continental Breakfast & Conference Registration 10.30 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone8.15 Chairperson’s Opening Address 11.05 Doing Maintenance Projects Right8.30 NASA Approaches To Space Flight Maintenance And Yoav Ziv Sustainment VP Marketing Realization Technologies Introductory Remarks From The Moderator: Kevin Watson Why are maintenance projects constantly late? You might think that the Lead for Life Cycle Logistics and Supply Chain Management, problem is poor planning or lack of discipline. Not true! This presentation Logistics Management Division will debunk this conventional wisdom and show that: • Loss of time and capacity caused by CONFUSION ABOUT PRIORITIES IN National Aeronautics and Space Administration • Objective, scope and introduction of panel EXECUTION is the #1 killer of efficient project execution • 100 Year old Gantt Chart based project management induces and Policy Maturation encourages priority confusion in execution Susan Kinney • A different type of project execution system is required to overcome the Director, Logistics Operations limitations of traditional project management and effectively manage National Aeronautics and Space Administration project execution Maintenance And Sustainment Of The International Space Station Anthony J. Butina 11.40 Panel Discussion: Examining The Benefits Of A CBM Logistics Manager, International Space Station Logistics and Strategy For Sustainment Maintenance Office, Johnson Space Center (JSC) Steven Kratzmeier National Aeronautics and Space Administration Chief, Field Studies • Overview of International Space Station (ISS) and operational concept United States Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity • ISS maintenance and sustainment concept • Maintenance history to date Mark Colley • System data, troubleshooting, diagnosis Program Director, TACOM CBM+ • Data in a perfect world (no constraints) United States Army Concepts For Near-Future Systems Christopher Smith Chris Bramon Director, Condition Based Maintenance, Aviation and Missile Deputy, Space Launch System (SLS) Operations Command, United States Army National Aeronautics and Space Administration • Overview of Space Launch System (SLS) and operational concept Figuring out the benefits of a CBM Strategy can be a difficult exercise for • SLS maintenance and sustainment concepts and issues those that have never been through the process and learned from the • System data, troubleshooting, diagnosis experience. Attend this discussion and learn from the experts that have • Data in a perfect world (no constraints) implemented a successful strategy and gain wisdom from their lessons learned. This Panel will cover: Space Telescopes: Hubble And James Webb • Implementing a sustainment focused program that improves Reliability, Michael R. Moore Affordability, Maintainability and Cost Program Executive, Hubble Space Telescope • Enhancing materiel availability at the best possible cost by establishing National Aeronautics and Space Administration integrated and predictive maintenance approaches that minimize • Hubble Space Telescope overview, servicing and maintenance history unscheduled repairs and eliminate unnecessary maintenance and repairs • System data, troubleshooting, diagnosis • Understanding the tools and techniques that incentivize industry to • James Webb Space Telescope overview provide the right level of readiness at the right cost • Sustainment concept differences between Hubble Space Telescope and • Working with your contractor to create the type of climate that enables James Web Space Telescope the innovation, learning and performance necessary to implement a NASA PHM Development predictive sustainment model Kai Goebel Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames 12.15 Lunch For All Attendees Research Center National Aeronautics and Space Administration Track A: Data Integration & Strategy Execution • Current applications of Prognostic Health Management (PHM) in NASA • PHM development within NASA 1.10 Chairperson’s Afternoon Address • Future applications This panel session will address how NASA has approached sustainment of 1.20 Panel Discussion: Integrating CBM+ Data Using The the International Space Station and the Hubble Space Telescope and how Hardware And Software Infrastructure Tools the experiences from these two premier NASA programs, coupled with Dr. Sreerupa Das unique system requirements and constraints, have influenced the Global Training and Logistics development of maintenance and sustainment concepts for future NASA Lockheed Martin systems. NASA initiatives in the area of PHM and how it may enhance the Jason Thomas sustainability of future NASA systems will also be discussed as will recent NAVAIR Structures, CBM Structures Lead, NAVAIR Structures, United efforts to update NASA maintenance and sustainment policy. States Navy Attendees will be provided with unique insight into the challenges of *Additional panelists to be determined, maintaining highly complex research facilities in harsh remote visit www.defensemaintenance for details. environments with limited access. Experience acquired to date will play a significant role in defining the design and operational concepts for future NASA exploration and science initiatives. SM Sponsored by: 5
  6. 6. DAY TWO: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That Improve Weapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost continued Whether you are measuring engine vibration or metal fragments inside Efficient and effective product support strategy development and of an oil sample effective CBM+ programs sooner or later all come implementation is not simple. More and more focus has been placed down to data. We have brought together a panel of experts that will on how to deliver cost wise and effective support for our warfighting uncover the secrets behind data integration and clue you in on how to capability. During the last few decades there have been several select the best Hardware and Software applications that can be suited different types of DoD logistics initiatives introduced in order to to your needs. Hear from the best military and industry members how: improve supply chain performance, management processes, and • Acquiring the right data from sensors, vibration monitors, infrared increase materiel readiness. Among the aforementioned initiatives is thermography and other non-destructive methods Performance Based Life Cycle Product Support (PBL), which remains a • Converting the data from the equipment to useful information and topic of currency and has continued to evolve. PBL fundamentally using it to assess the condition and health of the system or reshapes how we think about product support strategy development component and implementation. • Communicating the data using the most effective enterprise This presentation will review some of the issues surrounding PBL architecture and planning the maximum application of data implementation in the Department of Defense (DoD). Specifically it communication standards to facilitate will discuss some studies by Defense Acquisition University (DAU) on • Identifying the best methods for accessing the data and providing factors affecting barriers and enablers to DoD PBL implementation. that data to the decision makers • Linking new software solutions to existing systems for more effective 1.55 Executive Presentation data execution Dave Robbins World Wide Vice President, Aerospace & Defense 1.55 EMSe - Creating Enterprise Level Maintenance Servigistics Centers Thomas Hawley 2.30 Miniature/Microminiature (2M) Module Test & Director of Strategic Development Repair (MTR) Program O’Neil Tom Ingram • Changing the current structure from decentralized maintenance Program Manager, Miniature & Micro-miniature Module Test and tasks to networked support with a single process owner Repair (2M MTR) and Gold Disk Program • Standardizing support processes with a focus on reliability to create Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) a process that is adaptable to changing demand Tom Ingram’s 2M/MTR program provides 295 ships and shore activities • Reducing complex equipment maintenance so that availability with capabilities to repair circuit card assemblies (CCA) and electronic increases and logistics footprint is reduced modules (EM) which results in reduced Operational expenses and • Enabling tools for personnel to quickly determine what repairs are averts/corrects unnecessary repairs and cost. needed and how to manage workload across the network From 1 Apr. 1996 to 31 Dec 2010 Navy commands outfitted by the 2.30 Manage Obsolescence Before It Manages You NAVSEA 2M MTR Program reported 145,938 2M repairs completed, Steven R. Osburn resulting in 9,628 averted/corrected repairs and $510.83M in cost Deputy Department Head, Code 30A, Maintenance avoidance. Engineering & Industrial Operations Department, Naval Sea Does your organization have components that use circuit cards? Systems Command Could you benefit from a reduced component spare requirement? We frequently manage obsolescence through a sequential reaction to Would your equipment availability improve if you had less repeat/recur surprises rather than a forecast of material availability and a risk failures? Would you save time and money if your depot logged fewer assessment of vendors and technology. The options to resolve “No Failure Evident” reports on components? Attend this problems are self-limiting the longer you wait. Steve will discuss presentation and find out how to implement this cost saving program. proactive analysis and strategic decisions that can substantially lower program sustainment risks and costs. 3.05 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 3.05 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The Solutions Zone 3:40 Advanced Systematic Approach For Prognostic Realization Across Army Platforms 3.40 TACOMs Ground Community CBM+ Strategy Dr. Canh Ly Mark Colley Principal Research Investigator Program Director, TACOM CBM+ United States Army Research Laboratory United States Army Currently, diagnostic and prognostic development is primarily based on CBM+ is a set of maintenance processes and capabilities derived a trial-and-error approach for specific applications. It lacks a system- primarily from real-time assessment of weapon system condition wide methodology that would enable rapid development and obtained from embedded sensors and/or external test and validation. What is needed is a system-wide approach that provides a measurements using portable equipment. CBM+ is basically developed “toolbox” of algorithms that are ready to be deployed and performing maintenance on the evidence of need. In this presentation applicable to multiple challenges. you will learn TACOMs Program Focus, CBM+ Framework, Infrastructure/Information GAPS, TACOMs CBM+ Operational View This presentation will describe an advanced systematic methodology and Program Risks. for developing prognostic and health management solutions by highlighting a set of algorithms used for feature extraction, machine Track B: PBLCS & Total Ownership Cost Reduction health assessment and health prediction. This overall approach can be demonstrated in select case studies across multiple U.S. Army 1.10 Chairperson Afternoon Address platforms including aviation, ground vehicles and weapon stations. 1.20 Examining The Future Of Performance Based Life 4.15 End Of Track Sessions Cycle Support Dr. Thomas Edison 4.20 Closing Keynote: Building The Business Case For DBA, CPL, Professor, Legacy Systems From A CECOM CBM+ Perspective Program Management and Life Cycle Logistics David M. Pack, Ph. D. Candidate Defense Acquisition University Logistics & Readiness Center Champion, Condition Based Maintenance (Plus), Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM), United States Dr. Andre Murphy, PhD Army Professor, Systems Engineering and Life Cycle Logistics Defense Acquisition University 5.00 Defense Maintenance & Sustainment Happy Hour6 TO REGISTER Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 • Fax: 646.200.7535 • Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com • Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Register Today! Call: 866-691-7771 Fax: 416-598-1452 Email: john.murray@wbresearch.com
  7. 7. Day thrEE: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That ImproveWeapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost Wednesday, February 29th, 20128.00 Continental Breakfast Mitigating a fault or failure is the ultimate technological goal of a Health Management System. This presentation will cover the8.30 Chairperson’s Opening Address current state in Systems Health Management and what technology development is needed to help increase the promised benefit of8.45 KC-46 Sustainment Strategy And Life Cycle Cost Monitoring and Health Assessment Techniques. Saving Measures Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss possible avenues Brigadier General Christopher Bogdan that lie ahead and will hear straight from the expert what KC-46 Program Executive Officer and Program Director, technology could be utilized to increase the benefit from deploying KC-46 Tanker Modernization Directorate health management. United States Air Force 1.20 Technology Innovation Spotlight This presentation will discuss the Acquisition and Sustainment To Host a “Technology Innovation Spotlight” where you can Strategy of the KC-46 Tanker with particular emphasis on various showcase a practical case study and/or technology implementation, cost saving measures that can be applied for a Commercial- contact Todd Lockwood for more information, (646) 200-7546 Derivative Military Platform. The briefing will include a discussion of or via email: todd.lockwood@wbresearch.com Contract Types, Data Rights & Licensing, Commercial Parts Pool, Leveraging FAA Testing, and Future Modification Strategies. The brief will also provide a quick overview of the KC-46 Program and Aircraft 2.05 High Velocity Maintenance – Transforming Depot Capabilities. Maintenance Processes Jerry Mobley9.30 Fleet Management: A Sustained Strategy To High Velocity Maintenance Team Lead, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, United States Air Force Reduce Maintainer Burden CW5 Art Gribensk High Velocity Maintenance (HVM) is an AFSO21 project Program Executive Office-Aviation, Redstone Arsenal spearheaded by WR-ALC and is supported by all USAF levels. United States Army HVMs aim is to improve aircraft availability thru reduced maintenance downtime; reengineering scheduled maintenance Fleet management (FM) is defined as a sustained proactive strategy processes to emulate commercial best practices (by shortening to gain and maintain platform and system visibility by gathering and scheduled maintenance down times) and reducing work in exploiting data with the goal of increasing operational availability, progress. reducing maintenance burden on the Soldier, and decreasing or controlling overall fleet operating costs. In this presentation you will learn first hand about the tools and techniques being implemented 2.45 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The today and how they reduce maintenance burden, increase Solutions Zone availability, reduce mission aborts, and reduce total ownership life cycle costs. 3.15 CBM+ And The CAMEO Project Joe Schmidley10.30 Refreshment Break & Opportunity To View The V-22 Automated Logistics Environment Integrated Product Team Lead Solutions Zone United States Navy11:00 Adapting Boeing Commercial AHM Strategies For This presentation will cover the Comprehensive Automated Military Applications: A C-17 Case Study Maintenance Environment – Optimized (CAMEO) Program, which is David Kinney a multi-program collaborative development of open source Associate Technical Fellow, Integrated Vehicle Health products for increased weapon system availability and reduced Management development and sustainment costs. Boeing Commercial Airplanes • Overview of commercial uses of Airplane Health Management (AHM) 3.55 Reliability Centered Maintenance - Driving Better • Health management strategies in the commercial and defense Forecasting industries – what’s different? JD Webster • Building a business case for AHM Chief, Operations Division, Condition Based Maintenance, • Understanding the systems, applications and infrastructure needed Aviation and Missile Command to support AHM United States Army • Turning available airplane data into useful, actionable information Since the Office of the Secretary of Defense, MRA&L published11.40 Lunch For All Attendees guidance on Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) on 29 DEC 1978 the DoD has matured RCM practices and leveraged advanced12.40 A Roadmap For Active Systems Health technologies creating threads for generating efficiencies across all facets of acquisition and sustainment. Today the United States Army Management Aviation and Missile communities have fully embraced RCM as a Kai Goebel foundational business practice resulting in multiple transformative Senior Scientist, Lead Prognostics Center of Excellence, Ames programs. Condition Based Maintenance, Supply Chain Research Center Optimization, and Stockpile Reliability represent some of the most National Aeronautics and Space Administration significant programs emerging from the Armys application of RCM. SM Sponsored by: 7
  8. 8. DAY THREE: Innovative Maintenance Concepts That Improve Weapon System Availability And Reduce Total Ownership Cost continued Analytical methods integrated into the Army Aviation RCM 4.35 Using CBM+ And Prognostics To Reduce Total program have created unprecedented opportunities for deriving Ownership Cost On Virginia Class Subs efficiencies. Linking RCM output to Condition Based Maintenance Christy Goff and Supply Chain Optimization defines an efficiency thread with Product Support Manager, RTOC Project Manager, VIRGINIA Class potential for improvements in cost and readiness from the tactical Submarine Program unit level through the strategic materiel enterprise. Focusing on United States Navy one of many manifestations of RCM derivative methods the United States Army Aviation and Missile Command has endeavored to 5.25 End Of Defense Maintenance & Sustainment exploit the emergent capabilities within this efficiency thread by 2012 developing improved forecasting techniques. Immediate impacts of these efforts showcase AMCOMs response to the DoD strategic imperative of increased efficiency without loss Interested in earing continuous learning credits? of effectiveness. Maximizing the potential of improved forecasting, Defense Maintenance & Sustainment 2012 qualifies for however, requires an enterprise approach to implementation articulated across acquisition and sustainment functions. This Continuous Learning Credits from DAU and other organizations. presentation will highlight AMCOMs efforts to implement RCM- Certificates will be provided on-site for you to take with you. enabled improvements in materiel forecasting and some of the Please email defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com for most significant requirements for implementation. more information. Defense Bringing Together The Leading Solutions Providers To Help You Achieve Excellence In maintenance Defense Maintenance & sustainment military Pavilion 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 Military Pavilion is an area designated for military exhibitors The Solutions Zone supplies you with the advice, help and tactical answers to to feature their services, educate the key challenges that you are currently facing on your quest for excellence their customers (and partners), in maintenance & sustainment. All of the participants in The Solutions Zone and support their respective offer the latest advances in logistics solutions, maintenance and sustainment. Services and Commands. There is a vast array of solution providers available out there…the key is For your convenience, the finding the right one for you. Today, more than ever before, it is critical for Military Pavilion is located you to make smart investment decisions that will produce immediate results. adjacent to the Solutions Zone. We’ve taken some of the guesswork out of the process. Only companies leading the way in maintenance and sustainment excellence will be exhibiting Space is extremely limited. in The Solutions Zone. Contact Todd Lockwood for more information, (646) 200-7546 or via email: If you are a solution or service provider seeking to participate in todd.lockwood@wbresearch.com The Solutions Zone, please contact Todd Lockwood for more information, (646) 200-7546 or via email: todd.lockwood@wbresearch.com8 TO REGISTER Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 • Fax: 646.200.7535 • Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com • Web: www.defensemaintenance.com Register Today! Call: 866-691-7771 Fax: 416-598-1452 Email: john.murray@wbresearch.com
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  12. 12. Interested in attending? Make a case to your boss! here are 5 reasons you can take to your management on how Defense maintenance & sustainment benefits your agency. 1 Review your 2012 strategy to prepare for what lies ahead and benchmark the effectiveness against leading organizations 2 Join interactive roundtable discussions where you and your team get the opportunity to bounce around ideas with other industry leaders to determine best practices and what has/hasn’t worked in different areas 3 Benchmark the cost for industry solutions and technologies so you can begin to forecast your needs for 2012-2013 initiatives 4 World Class Networking: meet and interact with 150-200 senior industry executives. Rather than being lost in a trade show environment with thousands of people, you and your team will get the opportunity over 3 days to meet the speakers and build relationships with valuable industry colleagues to help address your latest maintenance & sustainment issues. 5 With roughly 200+ innovative maintenance and sustainment professionals from across the defense industry in attendance, network and explore opportunities to collaborate with your peers (recruit). Why Is Attending Defense Maintenance & Sustainment 2012 With Your TEAM A Must? Because at Defense Maintenance & Sustainment, 2’s company and 3’s definitely not a crowd! Here are just a few of the many reasons why attending with your team is beneficial: 1 You’re good, but not that good! There are so many content packed sessions at this conference that it’s impossible for one person to gather all of the great takeaways and nuggets of information. Also, with 2 separate tracks you can not be in 2 places at once! This year we are bringing together multiple representatives within the most successful programs, 2 so having your subject matter experts and deputies in attendance will ensure that your entire organization receives the benefits since they will be able to speak peer to peer with the best implementers in the business. It’s proven: you learn better in groups. At the end of the day, at the cocktail receptions, you can regroup 3 and sift through all the information each of you has gathered. You can brainstorm and bounce ideas off each other, and start shortlisting the best ideas right there and then. With over 200 Program Managers, Maintainers, and System Engineers in attendance, you can’t 4 network with everyone. With a group attending from your company, you’re much more likely to meet up with the key people that you want to connect with and evaluate the most productive tools and practices that you are interested in. It’s just more fun being part of a team! You know the feeling when you’re the new person in the office, 5 or the only one at a networking event? Well, if you have a colleague there you won’t be lonely! You’ll have someone there who knows your program, understands your challenges and is on the same page as you. Invaluable. Finally, the team discounts to attend Defense Maintenance & Sustainment are fantastic (up to $500 6 off the full pricing)! That’s because I understand the value of attending in a group and I want to encourage you to do so. You will save hundreds of dollars – A nice side benefit! Register Your Team Today! TO REGISTER Call: 888.482.6012 or 646.200.7530 • Fax: 646.200.7535 • Email: defensemaintenance@wbresearch.com • Web: www.defensemaintenance.com12 Register Today! Call: 866-691-7771 Fax: 416-598-1452 Email: john.murray@wbresearch.com
  13. 13. Defense Maintenance & Sustainment was a blockbuster conference in 2011, opening up discussions on subjects at the cutting edge.The Following Companies Attended in 2011, a great indicator of what’s to come in 2012!Job Title Account Job Title AccountDirector of Service and Repair AAR Mobility Systems Manager, RG31 Supportability General Dynamic Land SystemsTechnology Solutions Senior Director ofGroup Manager Alion Science and Technology Corporation Support Services General Dynamics Land SystemsDoD Field Service Program Senior Director ofManager American Science and Engineering, Inc. Support Services General Dynamics Land SystemsDirector, Services Businesses Logistics Engineer General Dynamics Land SystemsDevelopment American Science and Engineering, Inc. ILS Manager General Dynamics Land SystemsTechnical Division Chief, Director, LogisticsAMCOM G3 CBM Office Army - Aviation and Missile Command / Qinetiq Business Development Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc.North America Director, BusinessCondition Based Maintenance Development Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc.Data Warehouse Tech Lead Army - Aviation and Missile Command / QinetiqNorth America Director of Logistics Insight TechnologyCBM-DW Operations Army - Aviation and Missile Command / Qinetiq Program Director Institute for Defense & BusinessManager North America SUGV Logistics IPT Lead iRobot CorporationConsultant Development, Army - Communications-Electronics Research, Maintainability Engineeringand Engineering Center/SWB Associates Supervisor ITT C/SCRST G-4 Liaison Army - Corps of Engineers Director of BusinessChief, Field Studies Army - Materiel Systems Analysis Activity Development Kelly Aviation Center(Lockheed Martin)Deputy Mission Manager Army - Sierra Army Depot Program Manager L-3 CommunicationsBusiness Development Secialist ARMY - Sierra Army Depot - Logistics Directorate Manager, Integrated Logistics Support L3 WescamBusiness Development Secialist ARMY - Sierra Army Depot - Logistics Directorate Chief of Transformation Office Letterkenny Army DepotProgram Director and Army - Tank-Automotive and ArmamentsChief, CBMCommand HIMARS/M27OA1 LCCS Program Manager Lockheed MartinChief Engineer, VHMS Army - Tank-Automotive Armament Command -PEO Ground Combat Systems Director of Product Support Lockheed MartinService Area Manager Army Account - IBM Program Director Lockheed Martin Missile & Fire ControlSupervisor of Operations Senior Program Manager Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire ControlResearch Army- Communications Electronics Command Executive Director ManTechSenior Engineer, Prin II RM BAE Systems ISOC Manager Marine Corps - Systems CommandPrincipal Engineer - Systems BAE Systems Team Leader, LogisticsPEO Aviation, Program Analyst Belzon Management Section Marine Corps Systems CommandManager of Avionics Logistics ManagementFlight Control Boeing Specialist Marine Corps Systems CommandDirector, Strategy and Business PBL Process Lead,Development Boeing MC Systems Command Marine Corps Systems CommandProgram. Manager, President Maritime Helicopter Support Company LlcAirplane Health Management Boeing Commercial Airplanes Director of Engineering Mercer Engineering Research CenterIls Manager Canadian DND Sales Executive MIRO TechnologiesAssistant Defence Cooperation Maintenance ContractsAttaché Canadian Embassy Manager, MTU Detroit Diesel, Inc.Program Manager Caterpillar Defense and Federal Products Logistics ManagementNetwork Engineer Concurrent Technologies Corporation Specialist Naval Air Systems CommandSupportability Manager Department of National Defence Logistics Manager Naval Sea Systems CommandSenior Technical Manager, Director of Operations NavistarPMO AOPS Department of National Defence Manager, Military TrainingShip Supportability Manager DND Canada and Publications Navistar DefenseSenior Lead DRS Tactical Systems Lieutenant NAVSEAProgram Manager Assistant DRS Tactical Systems, Inc. Deputy NAVSEADirector Of Business Director NAVSEADevelopment Elbit Systems of America Maintenance Advocate Navy - Naval Facilities Expeditionary LogisticsManager, USAF Predator- CenterReaper Logistics Programs General Atomics Aeronautical Captain NAVY - Naval Inventory Control PointProgram Manager General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. ILS Lead Navy- Naval Surface Warefare Center, CraneDirector, Support Services General Dynamic Land Systems Division 13

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