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1 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC1 EUGS/PSS Slew-to-Cue Information Update Brief MAJ Carlito O. Flores

2 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC2 To provide ATEC personnel a System Overview on the Expendable Unattended Ground Sensor (E-UGS) / Persistent Surveillance Systems (PSS) Slew-to-Cue (STC) requirement, technical approach, and schedule. Purpose

3 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC3 Requirement: JUONS CC-0475 defines urgent requirement for automated capability to slew aerostat full motion video cameras to areas of activity based on cues from Expendable Unattended Ground Sensors (E-UGS). Cost: $6.5M (OPA) received for initial EUGS STC procurement, training, and fielding. Schedule: -Funding: received 29 Mar 12 -ADM: May 12 -Contract Award (UCA): 1 Jun 12 -C&L Test: 7-13 Jun 12 (emerging results 1 Jul 12; final report due 30 Jul 12) -UMR: 15 Aug 12 -FUE: 1 Sep 12 Slew-to-Cue Performance: -Performance representative HW/SW met or exceeded the requirement throughout SIL and YPG demonstrations -EUGS is a proven capability and performed IAW C&L dated, Oct PTDS cueing accuracy already documented with other representative systems; C&L dated, Jan 2011 STC BLUF

4 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC4 STC JUONS CC-0475 endorsed by JRAC 9 Sep 11 Endorsed by G3/5/7 on 29 Oct 11 STC Execution Plan reviewed/supported by G3 and USFOR-A, Jan 12 Concept brief to BG(P) Greene and COL Stawowczyk 12 Jan 12 -BG(P) Greene’s comments after receiving Concept Brief: Provide Risk slide Ensure execution of ATEC FOA Ongoing deployment of 285 E-UGS to OEF Successful End-to-End Functionality Test of HW/SW on both PTDS/PGSS aerostats conducted at SILs and YPG; 9-14 Apr 12 Proposed solution will be capable of BETSS-C integration w/ SW ver E-UGS successfully demonstrated with BETSS-C at NVL-SIL Program Background

5 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC5 JUONS CC-0475 RC-S requested 44 Slew-to-Cue Kits (with sensors), 02 Apr 11 JUONS endorsed by CENTCOM, 14 Jul 11 JRAC Memorandum dated 09 Sep 11 -Referenced The Joint Staff J-8 Deputy Director for Requirements (J8 DDR) validated the operational requirements of subject JUONS on August 23, 2011 and a quantity sufficient for fielding on all planned OEF Persistent Surveillance System aerostats. G-3/5/7 Memorandum dated 29 Oct 11 -Requests JUONS be assigned to a PM with delivery of execution plan -Specified E-UGS for integration with PSS Coordination between PM FLIR, G-2, IJC, and USFOR-A determined that the correct quantity of planned PSS sites in OEF is 124, 18 Apr 12 Requirements Background JUONS Requirement: Provide an automated capability to slew PSS ISR assets to areas of activity based on cues from E-UGS.

6 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC6 Performance Requirements Requirement SensorDetects normal human walking traffic patterns and vehicles moving at 10 mph or greater 20m detection radii (Objective) and 15m (Threshold) when sensors are emplaced in pairs, 1m to 5m apart in representative operational environment of hard-packed soil. Transmission DistanceThe E-UGS sensors shall transmit and allow consistent reception at a range of at least 20km (Objective),10km (Threshold) from sensor to the PSS location without repeaters or relays to allow PSS operator to cue the to the EO/IR sensor to the location of the E-UGS detection location. CueingWhen an emplaced EUGS sensor detects a target, the PSS operator shall receive a cue indicating the location of the detecting EUGS and if that detection is a personnel or activity LatencyLatency. The E-UGS detection report, via the UTAMS SW, shall provide the operator a cue no more than five seconds (Objective) and 10 seconds (Threshold) after detection of activity. UTAMS SoftwareThe UTAMS software will serve as an interface between the EUGS Base Station receiver and the PSS Ground Station software. InterfaceThe EUGS base station provides an message via Ethernet interface containing the 24-bit ID of the sensor detecting activity along with the target classification in accordance with the EUGS Interface Control Document (ICD), 27 Sept, 2010 WeightThe E-UGS receiver, antenna and cables shall weigh no more than 5 pounds Status ReportsThe E-UGS shall send a status report identifying the sensor battery life, Mode selected and RF transmission strength 2min, 17min, 30min, 60min and every 12 hours after the sensor is turned on TamperThe E-UGS shall send a tamper alert message to the PSS operator immediately if a sensor is tampered Data DisseminationThe PSS system shall have the capability to disseminate data generated from the E-UGS cue, to include the image, to the emplacing units Tactical Operation Center (TOC) no more than 10 seconds (objective) and 15 seconds (threshold) after the EO/IR sensor is cued

7 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC7 CONOP COP FOB Aerostat Ground Control Station Brigade Level ISR/Force Pro EO/IR Sensors Cmd Video Network Switch E-UGS Receiver & Antenna PTDS/PGSS  Sensors are emplaced by Movement and Maneuver Soldiers to meet ISR and FP plans  Sensors detects vehicle or foot traffic and send detection information directly to EUGS receiver  EUGS receiver sends information to UTAMS module  UTAMS module determines location of sensor and sends MGRS coordinates to ground station operator  PTDS/PGSS ground station operator receives detection information, slews camera to detection cue and obtains PID  If there are no targets in the FOV, the operator zooms the camera to a wider FOV. (IAW current SOP for other cueing sensors)  If in the wider FOV no targets can be found then the operator begins a step stare or box search. (IAW current SOP for other cueing sensors).  When the target is located the operator zooms the camera in to gain positive ID of the activity. TOC KEY

8 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC8 Technical Approach EO/IR Sensors Cmd Video Network Switch PTDS/JSWS PGSS/Gatekeeper PTDS/PGSS Video Ethernet Data Cmd & Control E-UGS Sensors UGS RF Receiver Module Ethernet Data RF Transmission Performs signal processing of geophone inputs and discriminates between footsteps/vehicles from background noise and transmits Detection/Status message in ERFF format UTAMS Module GFE: G-2 Funded, ARL developed, STC Software Toolkit hosted on UTAMS SW Module. E-UGS Antenna Performs algorithms to detect ERFF transmission of Detection/Status messages Sends/Receives Detection/Status messages via UTAMS Module from aerostat to JSWS Operator has ability to cue EO/IR sensor or ignore activity report PSS Increased LOS transmission from E-UGS sensor >25k Alerts PSS operator to E-UGS detection/location Provides slew-to-cue capability to PSS operator Enhances operational impact of PSS ISR assets Maintains current E-UGS sensor detection radius

9 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC9 System Overview

10 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC10 EUGS Receiver EUGS Antenna Target RF link EUGS PSS Ethernet Network PSS Imager UTAMS Map Display PSS Map Display sensor locations PSS Ground Station UTAMS Detection Payload Cueing Payload PSS Aerostat Cueing Data Flow

11 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC11 STC Performance Information LOS DistanceNumber of Tests Latency “Stomp to Slew” Target Observations FOV 5 km2~10 secsNarrow 10 km 2~ 10 secsNarrow 15 km2~ 10 secsNarrow 20 km2~ 10 secsWide 25 km2~ 10 secsWide Fielded E-UGS: 285 systems (~15,000 sensors) - C&L, May FOA, June 2011 (favorable feedback) - Updated C&L, Oct 2011 (based off FOA report) - EUGS handheld GPS accuracy ~10m - EUGS detection radius ~15-20m (footsteps/vehicles) Slew-to-Cue: - ARL testing completed 29 Feb PGSS SIL testing completed 1 Mar PTDS SIL testing completed 7 Mar Successful End-to-End Functionality Test with production representative HW/SW on both PTDS/PGSS aerostats conducted at YPG, 9-14 Apr 12  E-UGS sensor successfully detected activity  Sensors transmitted detection to PSS at various ranges  PSS slewed EO/IR camera effectively - Bottom Line: PTDS & PGSS operators had no problem locating targets during YPG SW/HW demonstration EUGS is an additional sensor capability integrated with PTDS, similar to UTAMS, STARlite, and Kestrel, initiating cueing to 10-digit grid location.

12 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC12 STC Components E-UGS STC-PSS Integration System 1 E-UGS/STC Configuration-B Kit Includes QuantityCost RECEIVER - CONFIGURATION B 1$3,517 ANTENNA - 25 INCH 2$202 SERIAL CABLE 1$272 HANDHELD GPS 1$380 SOFTWARE CD (to enable IP Address change in the field) 1NSP USER MANUAL 1$53 QUICK REFERENCE CARD 5$15 1 E-UGS/STC Installation Kit Includes MOUNTING BRACKETS/CLAMPS/HARDWARE 1$1500 POWER, ANTENNA, and INTERFACE CABLES 1$ E-UGS/STC Sensor Kit Includes (common to all fielded E-UGS) EMPLACEMENT TOOL 1$7 SOIL KNIFE 1$31 E-UGS SENSORS - STANDARD (TAN) 55$17545 QUICK REFERENCE CARD 5$15 Estimated Unit Cost (FY11) per PSS $24,791

13 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC13 YPG EUGS STC Testing, 9-13 April EUGS Sensor Camera Pods on PGSS

14 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC14 YPG EUGS STC Testing, 9-13 April EUGS Antenna and receiver, PGSS

15 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC15 High Level Acquisition and Deployment Schedule Month MARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPOCTNOVDECJANFEB Milestones Contracts Delivery Schedule Testing Fielding Training Sustainment IATO/ATO Ready to Deploy Sustainment FundingASB /ADMUMR UCAJ&A Definitize Contract Urgency Statement Tech Demo #2 YPG Call Fwd RFPCLR APB Safety Release APM BOG MON ATOFUE ATEC FOA OEF Demo C&L Test Emerging Now

16 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC16 Information Assurance Status IATO/ATO E-UGS Config-B (STC) requires MAC II Classified accreditation to be interoperable with PTDS and PGSS. PTDS accreditation level is MAC I Classified NAVAIR has requested MAC II Sensitive accreditation for PGSS MAC II Classified accreditation process for E-UGS (Config-B) is ongoing TaskDue DateRemarksStatus SIP/DIPDoneUploaded to CA TDB Complete DiagramsDoneUploaded to CA TDB ACA Scoping Questionnaire DoneCompleted and forwarded to four ACA candidates. Select/Schedule Agent of CA DoneAvailability for a two day test at Ft Belvoir at PM NV/RSTA SIL. Immediate need to MIPR funding upon selection. Supporting Documentation 11 May 12Multiple supporting documents must be generated Certification Test15-18 May 12ACA requires 30 days for final results. Cert Test Results18 Jun 12Coordination with CA Representative(CAR). Final POAM Jun 12Plan of corrective actions for IA deficiencies, if any. ATO Granted18-27 July 12Requires PEO IEW&S IAPM staffing/DAA concurrence. Complete Staffing with issues. Staffing with no Issue

17 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC17 E-UGS STC Risks A Likelihood (%) Consequence Risk A: Failure to meet requirements for ATO  Description: If E-UGS, STC does not meet the IA Control compliance requirements for a MAC II, Classified accreditation, either the DAA must accept the residual risk or the system must be redesigned with significant cost, schedule and performance impact.  Non-IA approved Operating System (OS)  Mitigation Plan: Assuming high criticality IA Control non-compliance: -Conduct vulnerability assessment of non-compliant IA controls. -Perform a Risk Management Assessment -Determine residual risk for DAA to accept or refuse.  Retire: Based on DAA approval of IATO/ATO and direction of follow-on efforts. Fielding Schedule Concerns: 1.In theater transportation 2.Inclement weather 3.Accessibility to PSS

18 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC18 Test Plan Purpose -Characterize Performance. Completed Lab Testing & YPG Demo Integrate E-UGS software into PSS (UTAMS) configuration Integrate E-UGS antenna/receiver as part of payload Validate the software response to cross cue sensor Capabilities & Limitations Testing -Geo-location Accuracy of E-UGS sensors -Characterize E-UGS ability and effectiveness to cue PSS sensor to correct E-UGS using various scenarios. -Validate Performance Specification (Range (moored and flown) Latency, Reporting, TLE, SWaP, EMI). Test Schedule -T&E Concept Brief ~20 May 12 -C&L Test 7-13 Jun 12 Test Plan/UMR Urgent Material Release DocumentAgencySchedule Safety Confirmation / Emerging Results Brief ATEC 15 Jun 12 CECOM Safety & Health Hazard Assessment CECOM 20 Jun 12 Memorandum of Notification and Request for Unit Acceptance PM FLIR 21 Jun 12 Theater Acceptance and Call ForwardUSFOR-A 5 Jul 12 Capabilities and Limitations Report (Final) ATEC 30 Jul 12 IA Authority to Operate (ATO)PEO 20 Jul 12 CECOM UMR ApprovalCECOM 15 Aug 12

19 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC19 Deployment Summary Theater Pre-Coordination IJC fielding priority coordination OEF technology demonstration Prepositioning of equipment PM FLIR Trainer/Installers (T/I) coordinate with respective RC Force Protection Office for unit distribution Installation PM FLIR six 2-man T/I teams travel to PSS sites IAW IJC fielding schedule PM FLIR T/I teams issues equipment to PSS operators (LM/NAVAIR) PSS operators conduct installation with PM FLIR T/I teams support Training Provide NET -System purpose, mission applicability, integration, and tactical considerations. -Base station setup, emplacement/ employment methodology, and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP). -Maintenance procedures, troubleshooting, and replacement of defective components -Training materials will be provided to the unit Target Audience: PSS Operators at Fixed Sites, PSS FSRs, Key Leaders COIST, Battle Captains, and Force Protection personnel. Sustainment Sustainment Systems: 13 each (10%) Field Maintenance: PSS Operators will conduct standard maintenance, troubleshoot, checks on sensor/replacement of batteries, and replace unserviceable components. Sustainment Maintenance: FSRs maintain spare systems and spare parts inventory, exchange unserviceable items from inventory, inspect, test, and record unserviceable items. Conduct sustainment training as necessary. PM FLIR establishing MOAs between PM MaTIC and NAVAIR to support deployment and sustainment.

20 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC20 Back Up

21 UNCLASSIFIED/FOUOEUGS-PSS-STC System Overview to ATEC21 Integration CONOPS Overview COP FOB Detection Report Aerial/BLOS Routing Terrestrial/LOS Routing  Sensors are emplaced by Movement and Maneuver Soldiers to meet ISR and FP plans  Sensors send detection information directly to PTDS  PTDS receives detection information, slews camera to detection cue and obtains PID  PTDS camera takes three images of identified target and simultaneously transmits detection information and PID images to applicable destination monitoring location(s) for PID confirmation, tracking handover and engagement/response **Terrestrial LOS routing is maintained as applicable to facilitate continued detection monitoring and reporting capability when BLOS/extended distances are not required and/or the PTDS is inoperable** PTDS PGSS


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