Training System (MC-ITS)

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Welcome to “MC
-
ITS Industry Day”

Marine Corps


Instrumentation
Training System (MC
-
ITS)

Industry Day


14 June 2011

1

Agenda

0900
-
0905 Introductions / Welcome







Mr. Luis Garcia, APM Instrumentation


0905
-
0915 Opening remarks







Col David Smith, PM TRASYS


0915
-
0935 Requirements Review







Mr. Pete O’Halloran, DAPM Instrumentation


0935
-
0950 Acquisition Strategy







Mr. John Lynch, PM TRASYS Contracting Officer


0950
-
1000 Closing remarks / Questions & Answers







Mr. Luis Garcia, APM Instrumentation


2

Marine Corps Instrumentation

Training System (MC
-
ITS)

Milestones (Production Phase)

Current Contract / Original
Developer

Period of Performance

Funding

Acquisition Strategy

Point of Contact

1
st

Qtr FY 12



2nd
Qtr FY
12





RFP



Contract


Release




Award

PM TRASYS

Phone: 407 381
-
8762

Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil

Description / Summary of Program Requirements


MC
-
ITS assists Marines plan, control in near real time, and assess unit performance during exercises supported by a
wide spectrum of Live training systems as well as exercises possessing connectivity to Virtual simulators and
Constructive simulations.



MC
-
ITS receives: PLI from IRSS, MDS, IGRS, and I
-
TESS; video clips from TVCS and organic cameras; tactical audio
recordings from TACS; battle rosters and / or MSELS from RIPPLE; and supports exercise control of MC
-
TIED/CVRJ
training events. This information facilitates the presentation of After Action Reviews (AARs) for up to Battalion sized
elements.



The MC
-
ITS mobile system can easily support company operations and track 700 live entities and the fixed system
version can track 3,000 entities.



Locations: Quantico, VA; Camp
Lejeune
, NC; Camp Pendleton, CA; 29 Palms, CA; Hawaii; and Okinawa, JP.



Full and Open Competition



Best
Value: Trade
-
off Analysis



2
nd

Qtr FY 12 to 2th
Qtr
FY 17


$5M
-

25M

(Note: Presently unfunded)


Original Developer:

-

Lockheed Martin

MC
-
ITS Requirements Topics


Review of Requirements Documents



Current Functionality


What it does today



System Performance Goals


General Thoughts



Development Strategy



Questions




4


Requirement Documents


RIS
-
ORD


RM/T CDD [Draft]


IIT UUNS


LVC
-
TE ICD


SITE ICD

Observations and Comment:


Nearly the Same T&R Events
Appear in Each Reference


These Documents Point to
Very Similar


if Not the Same


Training Capabilities


Fortunately


Only One Set of
“Physics” in the Battle Space


“Solve IT Once, Use IT Often”


5

Operational Requirements Document for
Range Instrumentation System (“RIS
-
ORD”)

6

…support
exercise planning
,
scenario development
,
exercise control
, and
includes an
after
-
action review

capability.



data

can be
recorded and manipulated

for use in the after
-
action reviews.



centralized

monitoring, tracking, and control
from an operations center

using
individual, aircraft, and vehicle instrumentation devices, data and voice
communication infrastructure, computer hardware and software, and
presentation equipment for the generation of after
-
action reviews (AAR).


… enables
real
-
time

position tracking, status reporting, and engagement
adjudication
for all participants

within the training range.



inject computer
-
generated forces

into the training scenario …



integrate with other training systems




… the ultimate goal is a
mobile

RIS.

Range Modernization Transformation



Capability Development Document

RM/T
-
CDD [DRAFT]

7

… create
and
coordinate activities

within
the live
event
environment.


… will
display and permit
the
manipulation of
the state data

in
near
real time and
without event interruption
to any of following live training environment
components: Personnel
, Communications
, Tactical Graphics, Weapons
,
Projectiles / Fragmentation, Equipment
, Vehicles, Aircraft, Logistics, Terrain, and
Structures
.



… will
support the exercise control’s need to track, record,
manipulate
, and
display
at
a central location
the performance of each training
system

in near real
time …


…AAR
will present
correlated data

on: tactical planning, detections, personnel,
vehicles, boats, aircraft, logistics, communications, engagements, repairs, and
movements.


…will create
, retrieve, display,
sort
, manipulate,
and
distribute data from both
operational C2
systems

and the
LVC
training
systems …



Infantry Immersion Trainer (IIT)



Urgent Universal Need Statement (UUNS)

8

Existing infrastructure

is not capable of the integration

of the capabilities
sufficient to meet this requirement.


… a fully immersive squad
-
level training capability that is
controlled

in order to

achieve the desired mission essential tasks, training requirements, and learning

Objectives …


Feedback to the training audience is instantaneous and in
-
stride and is
response to the interactions with entities through
kinetic and non
-
kinetic effects
.


Likewise,
after
-
action review shall be able to record and playback

each entity’s

movements, orientation, and communications.


… facilitate a rapid ability to conduct
trend analysis




Squad Immersive Training Environment (SITE)



Initial Capabilities Document (ICD)

9

Establish professional training cadres to
function as exercise design and control


Controlling engagements

in a non
-
kinetic environment.


… meets JOpsC
interoperability requirements

and is
scalable to focus training
from the team to the single squad level
.


… conduct mission planning and rehearsal and
assess outcomes
. AAR for
training transfer and
performance assessment
.




assess decision
-
making

skills of squad leaders


Capable
of voice recognition, full motion tracking,
image generation
,
sound
reproduction
, effects simulation
including environmental
conditions, scenery,
infrastructure,
military and
civilian vehicles, ambient noise, weapons effects, and

explosions.



Live, Virtual and Constructive



Training Environment (LVC
-
TE)

Initial Capabilities Document (ICD)

10

… must
possess common tools that facilitate
timely
exercise control
and
execution

of "Event" objectives
.


… must
provide a
robust, thorough, and effective
assessment

of
"event"
objectives.


… facilitate
the
execution and control of an
LVC
-
TE “
Event.”


Execution
is the
ability to
… achieve
the desired “Event” objectives.

Control
is the ability to effect
a change
at any point during an LVC
-
TE “Event” in order to facilitate
the desired
event objectives.



… ability
to
assess the effectiveness

of the LVC
-
TE “Event”
by conducting
after
action reviews (AAR):
correlating

“Event” actions
with … training
objectives,
providing an objective
evaluation




… maintain
a
continuously available

LVC
-
TE for
MAGTF elements
under any
specific condition or set of conditions
.


MC
-
ITS

Prototype

Today

Company Set

Track and Control 700 Live
(Workstation)

IRSS/MDS

RIPPLE

System Goals

And Supports Standard

Government Expectations:


“Marine Proof”


“User Friendly”


“Marines Like It”


“Any Clime and Place”


12

Supports All
Six

Exercise Phases


Design


Plan


Prepare


Conduct


Recover


Assess

Quantify Tactical Risk

Development Strategy


Promote Cost Savings


Maximize Commonality


Reduce Costs


Stress Modularity


Reduce Lifecycle Support Costs


Improves Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability


Seek Non
-
Proprietary Solutions


Leverage Open Architectures


Facilitate Interoperability



13

Take Advantage of LT2 Product Line

14

Marine Corps Instrumentation

Training System (MC
-
ITS)

Milestones (Production Phase)

Current Contract / Original
Developer

Period of Performance

Funding

Acquisition Strategy

Point of Contact

1
st

Qtr FY 12



2nd
Qtr FY
12





RFP



Contract


Release




Award

PM TRASYS

Phone: 407 381
-
8762

Email: pmtrasys@usmc.mil

Description / Summary of Program Requirements


MC
-
ITS assists Marines plan, control in near real time, and assess unit performance during exercises supported by a
wide spectrum of Live training systems as well as exercises possessing connectivity to Virtual simulators and
Constructive simulations.



MC
-
ITS receives: PLI from IRSS, MDS, IGRS, and I
-
TESS; video clips from TVCS and organic cameras; tactical audio
recordings from TACS; battle rosters and / or MSELS from RIPPLE; and supports exercise control of MC
-
TIED/CVRJ
training events. This information facilitates the presentation of After Action Reviews (AARs) for up to Battalion sized
elements.



The MC
-
ITS mobile system can easily support company operations and track 700 live entities and the fixed system
version can track 3,000 entities.



Locations: Quantico, VA; Camp
Lejeune
, NC; Camp Pendleton, CA; 29 Palms, CA; Hawaii; and Okinawa, JP.



Full and Open Competition



Best
Value: Trade
-
off Analysis



2
nd

Qtr FY 12 to 2th
Qtr
FY 17


$5M
-

25M

(Note: Presently unfunded)


Original Developer:

-

Lockheed Martin

MC
-
ITS






Questions?


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