We apply disciplined, systems engineering processes across the entire development life cycle of every project we support. Our Engineers have experience and expertise with:
We provide exceptional system and software engineering services for several advanced weapon system programs, including:
Common Warfighter Machine Interface (CWMI)
Modeling & Simulation
There are four main components to THAAD: the launcher, interceptors, radar, and fire control. The launcher is mounted on a truck for mobility and storability. There are eight interceptors per launcher. Current Army configurations of THAAD batteries include six launchers and 48 interceptors. The THAAD system utilizes the Army Navy / Transportable Radar Surveillance (AN/TPY-2) radar to detect and track enemy missiles at a range of up to 1,000 kilometers. The fire control system is the communication and data-management backbone and is equipped with an indigenous THAAD Fire Control and Communications system. The Command, Control, Battle Management, and Communications (C2BMC) also provides tracking and cueing information for THAAD from other regional sensors on Aegis and Patriot systems.
THAAD Fire Control
Developed launcher and radar interfaces
Battle Management IPT
Implemented battle planning algorithms
Optimized algorithms to improve performance
THAAD Fire Control
Resolution of inter process communications issues
Developed architecture concepts
Development of software interface definition
Controlled radars and launchers to manage
engagement & destruction of target
Causal analysis & resolution
The Command and Control, Battle Management, and Communications (C2BMC) system is a hardware and software interface for the ballistic missile defense system (BMDS) that integrates of data from multiple sensors and fire control units. This integration helps to build a common picture of the battlespace for operators across the BMD and enables the warfighter to select optimal firing solutions based on the BMDS status, system coverage, and ballistic missile tracks. It also allows combatant commands to plan engagements, particularly for missions that require coordination between a number of BMDS elements. As of 2016, there were more than 70 C2BMC workstations fielded across every combatant command with BMDS assets in the region.
Analyze, develop, and test MATLAB algorithms
Identified and corrected mathematical flaws in existing low-level algorithms
Automate execution of tests
Design, describe, and implement system performance metrics
Support BST/GMD assessments
Software Architecture developing a composable, extensible, and scalable architecture based on Open Services Gateway Initiative (OSGi).
Primary architecture approach is based on CFI Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Unified Modeling Language (UML) Based Programming Support Environment (PSE) project results.
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