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Emerging Technologies in
Emerging Technologies in
Aerospace and Defence
Aerospace and Defence
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SEUS
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CP Alliance Conference
CP Alliance Conference
July 2009
July 2009
Briefer: Gary Cox
NavCom Defense Electronics, Inc.
Briefing Overview


Top Emerging Aerospace Technologies


US DoD FY 2010 Budget Information


Advanced Technologies & DARPA


Unmanned Vehicles


Advanced Power/Alternate Energy


WR-ALC – AIC Requirements Symposium
AIAA Top Aerospace
Technologies


Greener Aviation Technologies


Remote Sensing Technologies including
unmanned vehicles


Alternative Fuels


High Speed Flight


Equipment Health Management and self
healing
http://intranet.aiaa.org/industryresources/PDF/2009TopTenAerospacereRelease
.pdf
or Google “AIAA Top Ten Aerospace Emerging Technologies”
US DoD Budget for FY 2010
US DoD Budget for FY 2010



Provides $534 Billion for DoD base budget
Provides $534 Billion for DoD base budget



Adds another $130 Billion to support ongoing
Adds another $130 Billion to support ongoing
overseas contingency operations
overseas contingency operations



More than 1/3 of budget supports military
More than 1/3 of budget supports military
personnel and their families
personnel and their families



Changes spending to address new threats
Changes spending to address new threats



Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
(ISR) research and enhancements significantly
(ISR) research and enhancements significantly
increased (50 Predator class UAV
increased (50 Predator class UAV


s added)
s added)
Emerging Technologies &
Emerging Technologies &
Defense Advanced Research
Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency (DARPA)
Projects Agency (DARPA)



Stealth technology: F
Stealth technology: F
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117 Fighter and B
117 Fighter and B
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2
2



Unmanned Vehicles: Global Hawk and Tier II
Unmanned Vehicles: Global Hawk and Tier II
Predator
Predator



From ARPAnet back in the 1960
From ARPAnet back in the 1960


s, the Internet
s, the Internet
(No, it was not U.S. Vice President Gore)
(No, it was not U.S. Vice President Gore)
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
New or improved capabilities
New or improved capabilities
Endurance:
Endurance:



Improved battery Technology
Improved battery Technology



Higher efficiency solar cells
Higher efficiency solar cells



Less expensive solar cells
Less expensive solar cells



More efficient energy storage
More efficient energy storage



Energy & weight reduction
Energy & weight reduction



More efficient power plants
More efficient power plants



Reliability enhancements
Reliability enhancements
DARPA Vulture Program: 44,000 hours in air
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
New or improved capabilities
New or improved capabilities
Survivability:
Survivability:



Stealthier operation
Stealthier operation



Lower RADAR signature
Lower RADAR signature



Reduced size, visibility
Reduced size, visibility



Less operational noise
Less operational noise



Reliability enhancements
Reliability enhancements



Countermeasures
Countermeasures
Wasp III, backpackable
Battlefield Air Targeting Micro Air Vehicle
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
New or improved capabilities
New or improved capabilities
Fast Response:
Fast Response:



Quick deployment
Quick deployment



Short time to station
Short time to station
Mars UAV that may help solve the task of putting a UAV
on station anywhere in the world in less than 2 hours
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
Advanced Unmanned Vehicle
New or improved capabilities
New or improved capabilities
Improved Battlefield
Improved Battlefield
Environment Knowledge
Environment Knowledge



Better target detection
Better target detection



Faster targeting speed
Faster targeting speed



Higher targeting accuracy
Higher targeting accuracy



Efficient use of RF spectrum
Efficient use of RF spectrum



Autonomous operation
Autonomous operation



Safe operation in civil airspace
Safe operation in civil airspace



UAV operator training
UAV operator training
Global Hawk UAV
www.darpa.mil/Docs/StratPlan09.pdf
Alternate
Alternate
Energy
Energy
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Energy Concerns
Energy Concerns



DOD uses ~ $15 Billion in energy each year
DOD uses ~ $15 Billion in energy each year



Air Forces uses ~ $6 Billion for aviation fuel
Air Forces uses ~ $6 Billion for aviation fuel



America imports ~ 60% of its petroleum
America imports ~ 60% of its petroleum



DoD requires improvements in energy use
DoD requires improvements in energy use



America needs improvements in energy use
America needs improvements in energy use
Energy Goals (Air Force)


Reduce fuel consumption by 25%


Certify all Aircraft, vehicles, etc for 50/50
synthetic fuel blend by 2011


Obtain 50% of fuel from domestic “Green”
sources by 2016
Air Force Energy Program Memorandum, AFPM
10-1.1, June 16, 2009
Emerging Technology –
Oil from Algae


Yield from crops, corn, rapeseed, is only
several hundred gallons per acre per year


Energy from algae projected at 5000 to
100,000 gallons of oil per acre per year


Exxon Mobil is investing $600 million to
develop biofuel from algae
For More Information


Emerging Technologies:


www.darpa.mil/Docs/StratPlan09.pdf


Unmanned vehicles:


http://www.acq.osd.mil/uas/docs/UMSIntegra
tedRoadmap2009.pdf


UAV Marketplace: www.uavm.com/


Alternate Energy:


Defense Energy Support Center:
www.desc.dla.mil/


National Renewable Energy lab:
www.nrel.gov/
WR
WR
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ALC
ALC


AIC 2009 Requirements Symposium
AIC 2009 Requirements Symposium
Georgia National Fairgrounds, Perry, Georgia
Georgia National Fairgrounds, Perry, Georgia
November 17
November 17
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19, 2009
19, 2009



WR
WR
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ALC is largest employer in Georgia
ALC is largest employer in Georgia



Signs contracts worth over $5 billion per year
Signs contracts worth over $5 billion per year



Avionics Repair Center for the Air Force
Avionics Repair Center for the Air Force



Electronic Warfare Center managing 800 systems
Electronic Warfare Center managing 800 systems
worth over $56 Billion
worth over $56 Billion



Advanced Power Technology Office (APTO)
Advanced Power Technology Office (APTO)



Manages F
Manages F
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15, C
15, C-
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130, C
130, C
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5, C
5, C
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17, helicopters and Air
17, helicopters and Air
Force special operations aircraft
Force special operations aircraft



Manages Air Force U
Manages Air Force U
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2, Joint Stars, and the Global
2, Joint Stars, and the Global
Hawk and Predator Unmanned vehicles
Hawk and Predator Unmanned vehicles
2009 Requirements Symposium
2009 Requirements Symposium
Benefits
Benefits



Briefings by WR
Briefings by WR
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ALC Commander and Wing
ALC Commander and Wing
Commanders
Commanders



Information on Air Force and Robins AFB challenges
Information on Air Force and Robins AFB challenges



Breakout sessions covering 40
Breakout sessions covering 40
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50 future buy
50 future buy
requirements
requirements



Training on how to find US Government business
Training on how to find US Government business



US Defence Contractor Booths
US Defence Contractor Booths



Government/Industry Networking social and lunches
Government/Industry Networking social and lunches
2009 Requirements Symposium
2009 Requirements Symposium



For additional information:
For additional information:



2009 RS Web site:
2009 RS Web site:
www.wrcoc
www.wrcoc
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aic.org/reg1.asp
aic.org/reg1.asp
(active in early August)
(active in early August)



Trade Commissioner, Steve Flamm, Consulate
Trade Commissioner, Steve Flamm, Consulate
General of Canada
General of Canada
steve.flamm@international.gc.ca
steve.flamm@international.gc.ca



AIC Chairman, Gary Cox,
AIC Chairman, Gary Cox,
gcox@navcom.com
gcox@navcom.com
Questions?