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DARPA PCAS
Team -
modifying
existing
systems
Joint Improvised Threat
Defeat Agency - work with
technicians who deal with
problem day-in day-out
General Atomics, Raytheon
- contractors already working
in this space may be able to
provide key insight
ARMY Research Lab
NAVEODTECHDIV
ARMY Asymmetric Warfare
Group
Usability-
ensuring system
is applicable to
every forward
deployment and
tactical situation
Bridging Gaps
– enabling real
time dialogue
between US
and host
nation EOD
Personnel-centered -
creating a system designed
around those who need it
most
Integrated - creating a tool
that is an aid, not a hindrance,
to time-critical operations
Engineers -
contractor/DARPA
employees may provide
technical insight
Technicians -
connections to those
who need this product
most
Embedded operations
need support from
those who need product
Translation experts -
those who do job
already
Iterate - Multiple simulated
field test scenarios with
technicians to fit product to
need
Incorporation - product
has many possible futures -
can potentially be
incorporated into other
DoD product needs
Primary - JIDA, EOD
specialists in recurring
forward deployment
operations across
systems
Secondary - Military
remote technical
communications
wings. Software can
be co-opted for many
different
communications
missions
Fixed: Variable:
Software development optimization
IT Management/maintenance
Deployment training
Mission Achievement Criteria
Enable clear, safe, common-sense
communication of time-sensitive high-
stress technical information
Real-time IED Defeat Assistance for Coalition
and Remote Forces: Week 1
Mission Model Canvas

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