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January 11-13, 2011 Town & Country Resort and Convention Center Mission Valley San Diego, CA 1 Bob Appleton PMO-LAV (Contract Support) April 2011 Sense & Respond Logistics for the Marine Corps Light Armored Vehicle
Agenda Background –The Light Armored Vehicle –The LAV Program Managers Office The Challenge The Sense & Respond Solution How Can it Help? –The benefits Why Do It –The motivation
Take-Aways S&R is a concept – not a thing –Enabled by technology, process and policy Full implementation of S&R including asset health monitoring and IUID tracking will result in: –Reduction of TOC by ¼ Billion Dollars for LAV –Reduction of unscheduled maintenance by ~90% Holistic Approach is required to gain the benefits There is no silver bullet Source: A.T Kearney 2010
Light Armored Vehicle Entered USMC Service in 1980s Will Remain in Service for the Foreseeable Future Vehicles are Employed in Four Light Armored Reconnaissance (LAR) Battalions The LAV is: –Fast –Lethal –Austere
Program Managers Office-Light Armored Vehicle Located with Army in Warren Michigan Large Office with Many Diverse duties –USMC LAV Fleet –Foreign Military Sales –Marine Personnel Carrier Substantial Marine Representation in Office Visionary Leadership –Embraced PMs Responsibility as Life Cycle System Manager early –Recognized better data is needed to provide better support
Based on That Vision, PMLAV Initiated a Series of Projects IDE – Integrated Digital Environment IETM – Interactive Electronic Technical Manual CTMA Projects with the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) to Explore Sense & Respond Logistics –On-board sensors –Wireless communication of data –Network sharing of data –JAMISS …each building on previous lessons learned But Wait, Theres More…
PMLAV Product Lifecycle Management Efforts, Concerns, and Acronyms TIA CBM+ RCM DMSMS TLCM-AT GCSS-MC BCA CMMI CM AT IETM With PMAL : –EMSS –EPLS With Oak Ridge Natl Labs –Web 3.0 –SIL With NSA Crane, IN –TVTB –IDCE –JAMISS With NCMS –S&RL –CLI –CWIX
CTMA Sense & Respond Project 4 Phases 2003-Present 1.Can we sense asset health data on a legacy vehicle? 2.Can we make the data readily available? 3.Can we make sense of the data? 4.Can we turn the data into actionable knowledge?
Sense & Respond Logistics (S&RL) Projects DESCRIPTION SCHEDULE/COST S&R I Nov 2003-Dec 2004 Received the Defense Manufacturing Excellence Award. S&R II Nov 2005- Mar 2007 S&R IIIMay 2007-November 2008 S&R IVJan 2010-June 2011 Total NCMS Funding$2.7M Total Industry Share$5.4M Total PMLAV Funding$235K S&R projects have enabled ~ $15M in additional funding from sources outside PMLAV PMLAV in partnership with the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has engaged in a series of projects to leverage both government and commercial technologies to develop solutions to obtain a higher state of logistical readiness at lower cost. The S&R project is facilitating advance from mass-based logistics to Sense & Respond Logistics in the Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) fleet. This series of projects incorporates state-of-the-art commercial logistic tools on a legacy military vehicle and has already yielded significant benefits. PMO-LAV Portal TLCM-AT JAMISS EMSS/EPLS Portable Maintenance Device Concepts Proven Asset Health Monitoring Approved wireless network Mesh Network USMC Policies S&RL SIM IUID PREVIOUS CONTRIBUTIONS Data Information Act Reset Courses of Action Enterprise Visibility Sense Respond Interpret Decide Evaluate
Sense & Respond Logistics (S&RL) IV (Current) DESCRIPTION CHARACTERISTICS SCHEDULE/COST S&R IV scheduled completion Sept 2011 Trying to finish 1 June $ 400K CTMA Funding $800K Industry cost share $135K PMLAV S&R IV project enabled ~ $7M in additional funding for related projects PMLAV in partnership with the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has engaged in a series of projects to leverage both government and commercial technologies to develop solutions to obtain higher state of logistical readiness at lower cost. The S&R project is facilitating advance from mass-based logistics to Sense & Respond Logistics in the Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) fleet. This series of projects incorporates state-of-the-art commercial logistic tools on a legacy military vehicle and has already yielded significant benefits. Hull Health Monitoring (HHM) Shots Fired Sensor Expansion of the SRSS AHM Integration of IUID Data Analysis of data Data Information Act Reset Courses of Action Enterprise Visibility Sense Respond Interpret Decide Evaluate
Sense & Respond Logistics (S&RL) V (Next Phase) DESCRIPTION CHARACTERISTICS S&R V SCHEDULE/COST S&RL V will commence upon completion of this phase As early as July 1 Estimate $400 CTMA Funding Period of performance – 18 months Data Information Act Reset Courses of Action Enterprise Visibility Sense Respond Interpret Decide Evaluate A sensor template that incorporates evolving sensor technologies, LAV upgrades all within a CBM approach Multiple structural weight saving opportunities focused on the LAV Hull sensor technologies within a CBM environment Data schema for LAV that support a CBM environment Continued integration of evolving USMC maintenance technologies PMLAV in partnership with the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has engaged in a series of projects to leverage both government and commercial technologies to develop solutions to obtain a higher state of logistical readiness at lower cost. The S&R project is facilitating advance from mass-based logistics to Sense & Respond Logistics in the Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) fleet. This series of projects incorporates state-of-the-art commercial logistic tools on a legacy military vehicle and has already yielded significant benefits.
6/13/2014 Its All About the Data Product Data Management Knowledge Management Work smarter not harder GOALS: Consistent and Accurate Analysis Consolidation and Interpretation AVOID – Data Overload Data as expeditionary as the Marines Stretch information across Strategic Operational Tactical Source: IAP 2009: Personalized Data and Knowledge Management Series (2009) Retrieved 28 August, 2010 from MIT Library News Web site: http://news-libraries.mit.edu/blog/2009-personalized/1262/ http://news-libraries.mit.edu/blog/2009-personalized/1262/
Its All About ALL the Data…Everywhere IUID Data Warehouse IETM JAMISS PDM RCM Portal Data Movement EMSS Prognostics Data Security EPL S TLCM- AT Modeling Tele- Maintenance AL Accessible by all who need it, when they need it, in the format they need. WEB 3.0
Joint Asset Management Information Support System (JAMISS) A web based logistics management software system that interfaces with disparate authoritative data sources making pertinent information available to stakeholders at all levels. JAMISS unlocks the full potential of IUID for Condition Based Maintenance and Total Life Cycle Systems Management by seamlessly incorporating IUID data into the maintenance process. DESCRIPTION CHARACTERISTICS HISTORY Government owned software application Web Based Modular/Scalable Hardware agnostic Riding on EMSS backbone in theater Compatible with applicable databases IUID Registry MIMMS/SASSY FEDLOG IETM AHM Sensors Role based / task based Originally Visual Labmate – Norfox Software Used for support of USMC calibration labs 2005 - USMC (TMDE) obtained the source code & continued development naming it VAMMP 2005 - PMLAV began exploring the use of VAMMP as part of the Sense & Respond logistics project with CTMA Integrating the LAV IETM with VAMMP 2007 – Began translating VAMMP to web based app that incorporates IUID naming it JAMISS 2008 – JDSR (at NSWC Crane) begins work on using JAMISS for automated armory 2009 – PMLAV deploys JAMISS forward to capture IUID data on LAV fleet and begin to capture maintenance actions
IUID/JAMISS Efforts Ongoing at PMLAV CTMA S&RL Project –Sponsored by National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Tactical Vehicle Test Bed –At NSWC Crane, IN JAMISS Deployed –Using IUID in the fight to track vehicles Coalition Logistics Interoperability –Joint effort with NATO Oak Ridge National Labs Study –Understanding the data Automated Armory –Tracking our weapons
Tactical Vehicle Test Bed; NSA Crane –15 Vehicle fleet of early generation LAVs On-board sensors IUID marks JAMISS Wireless network Purpose: Provide a platform on which to test potential technology upgrades, alternative fuels, operating concepts, etc. without danger of impact on the operating fleet.
JAMISS Deployed Currently forward with the deployed LAR –Riding EMSS network –Training conducted at Mojave Viper –Forward deployed LAV assets all received IUID marks prior to shipment –FSRs deployed to guide progress Phased approach to full implementation –Challenges to progress include: Shortage of hardware IA restrictions Beginning mid 2011 – JAMISS Automated Armory will be deployed forward
Coalition Logistics Interoperability Study the tools and techniques necessary for cooperative logistical support in a multi-national operation Develop and demonstrate an IUID DEX for receipt, capture and storage of IUID data across NATO nations Using JAMISS Demonstrate the ability to: Enable SIM Improve traceability Retain item history Reduce Class IX stockage Integrate USMC Bridge Technologies into NATO environment
Oak Ridge National Labs Making Sense of the Data Conducting a series of related projects to help PMLAV understand the meaning of the data already collected and advise the PM regarding the most useful data to collect and best methods to collect it in the future. Data Analysis SIL IUID JAMISS Web 3.0
Automated Armory Using JAMISS & IUID Problem Statement: Current armory business practices have not changed significantly in half a century. The manual process relying on paper and pencil is inefficient, slow and inaccurate. Benefits: Accurate check in / out enabled by IUID, CAC and biometric capability Fast and Accurate Inventory Accurate parent/child relationships Maintenance Tracking Authorized personnel entry/exit records Printing 10520 cards, reports, etc Capable of accepting 2d, 1d, RFID, biometric, magnetic strip, biometric, manual inputs Faster Process = More Training Time …with greater accuracy
A Few of The Benefits Increased Availability of Assets –IUID and CBM Accurate Tracking/Accountability of Assets –IUID and Automated Armory Reduced Total Ownership Cost –IUID and EPLS Lighten the MAGTF –Sharper Teeth; Shorter Tail
Availability Each failure is treated as a separate incident when it occurs. There is no knowledge of the condition of components on the vehicle, or of the risk of impending failures. Most maintenance down time is spent awaiting parts. IUID data enables accurate prediction of upcoming required maintenance action in order that several such events can be packaged to be conducted at one time. Simultaneous repairs of multiple failures will also reduce total repair time. Needed parts can be ordered before the vehicle is brought to maintenance. When the vehicle is brought in, the parts are awaiting the vehicle eliminating Logistics Delay down time completely, increasing Availability by 26 days over the period demonstrated. Down Waiting Parts Waiting Parts Waiting Parts Availability Down Waiting Parts Predictive Maintenance Planned Maintenance Unscheduled Maintenance Repair Time Only Repair Time Reduced Unscheduled Maintenance = Increased Availability
Accurate Tracking/Accountability with IUID/JAMISS Results of Automated Armory Demo: India Co, School of Infantry-West The one Accuracy error was the result of an improperly coded CAC Card Time saving during pick-up was the result of JAMISS combining all check-in functions –Data collected once; used many times MetriBaselineGoalActual Result Time per Class Picking Up>34 Hours<1Hour Reporting Accuracy<80%100%98% Traceability and Visibility of Assets <90%100% Quality of Data and Information<83100%98% Automated Armory – Camp Pendleton Results CWO2 Burns, GySgt Urena
Reduced LAV Total Ownership Cost due to Impact of IUID/EPLS Initial Investment25 Year TOC Benefits 25 Year Net TOC Savings Cost Reduction Cost Avoidance ProjectAmount Investment Timing Amount Savings Timing 1. Vehicle Reset Strategy $0.8 MM2011$146 - 171 MM2011 – 2013$145 - $170 MM - 2. Powertrain PBL Strategy $ - MM$40 MM2011 – 2035$40 MM - 3. Appliqué Armor Supplier Strategy $ - MM$20 MM2010 – 2034$20 MM - 4. Powerpack Upgrade Strategy $57 MM2011 – 2013$99 MM2011 – 2035$42 MM- 5. EPLS/IUID Benefits $43 MM2012 – 2014$298 MM 2012 - 2036 $255 MM- 6. Anti-Tank Turret Upgrade $ - MM$60 MM2011 – 2035$60 MM- 7. Improved Thermal Sight System (ITSS) $ -MM$16 MM2011 – 2035$16 MM- Total $101 MM$679 - $704 MM$578 - $603 MM$205 - $230 MM$373 MM USMC PM-LAV BCASummary Source: Independent BCA Commissioned by PMLAV, 2010
Lighten the MAGTF More Efficient Logistics = Smaller Iron Mountain Sharper Teeth; Shorter Tail
Our Motivation Its personal We know their names We manage vehicles We take care of Marines.
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