Slides: Military GPS User Equipment

Report
Global Positioning
Systems Directorate
MGUE Briefing to
Southern CA ION Chapter
23 June 2011
Colonel Jon Anderson
Chief, GPS User Equipment Division
Recent Accomplishments
Modernized User Equipment (MUE):
• All GB-GRAM Cards completed FQT and delivered to the government
• Began independent government testing at SPAWAR (in progress)
• Began anti-tamper testing at Sandia and Aerospace (in progress)
Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE):
• Technology Development Strategy (TDS) approved by SAF – in
coordination with OSD (AT&L)
• Completed Service Cost Position (SCP) and Independent Cost
Estimate (ICE): 2366a certification imminent
• Technical Requirements Document (TRD) baselined at 31 Mar 11 CCB
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Modernized GPS Capabilities
M-Code
Access
M-Code Power
Operate closer to
jammer, under trees
New, more
secure signal
Anti-Tamper
Designed for Foreign use
More effective coalition ops
Anti-Spoof
Detect and reject false
signals
Blue Force
Electronic
Attack
External
Augmentation
Systems
Operate near
friendly jamming
Enhance GPS
accuracy and
availability
Acquisition in
Jamming
Fast secure time-tofirst-fix
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Red: False
SV Signals
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MGUE Architecture
External Augmentation
Systems
Ground
Embedded
GPS Space Segment
L1 SIS
Lead Platforms & Host
Applications
MGUE Products
SIS
Data
(GB-GRAM-M )
Ground--RQ-11B, Raven
USA : PM-UAS-SUAV
L2 SIS
Aviation
Data
Aviation – F-15E
USAF: 912 AESG
Data
Maritime- Arleigh
Burke Class
Destroyer (DDG)
USN: PMW/A 170
GRAM SEM-E-M
(GRAM S/M)
SIS
GPS Control Segment
Maritime
(GRAM-M-PMC)
Master Control Station
Common
GPS Module
Data
Handheld and
other applications
(CGM)
Ground Antenna
Monitor Station
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New Business Approach for GPS User
Equipment Division
Migrate from end user products
To Common GPS Module (CGM) and Support Tools
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What is the MGUE Overarching Strategy?
• May 2010 ADM by USD(AT&L) directed us to deliver capability ASAP
• Deliver a usable capability as close as possible to FY13
• We’re completing a successful Technology Demonstration Program
• Achieved M-Code Crypto, SAASM, C/A-code, AT and AS capability
• Implemented several new policies, programs, and requirements
• GPS User Equipment Information Assurance Program
• USD(AT&L) Anti-Tamper program
• Trusted Foundry program
• ICDs 703, 722, 723, etc….
• 3 prototype contracts  2 development contracts maintains industrial base
• Implement DoD policies on efficiencies and affordability
Leverage technology developed under MUE
Finish Discovery
Mature the technology and move into EMD
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Contract Strategy Overview
Material Solution
Analysis
Production &
Deployment
Engineering & Manufacturing
Development
Technology Development
Supports TRA
MS A
MS B
MUE Program
• L-3 Communication
• Rockwell Collins
• Raytheon
Source
Selection
Contract A
Contract B
Tech Samples
MGUE will
Leverage
Technology
MS C
LRIP Options Exercised
After MS-C approval
EMD Options Exercised
After MS B approval
Ground & CGM
Tech Development
Ground & CGM
EMD
Ground & CGM
LRIP
Aviation / Maritime
Tech Development
Aviation / Maritime
EMD
Aviation / Maritime
LRIP
Ground & CGM
Tech Development
Ground & CGM
EMD
Ground & CGM
LRIP
PDR
CDR
Functional
Qualification
Report
MGUE TDS Development Contracts
FRP will be subject of
separate Acquisition
Strategy
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Program Acquisition Schedule
Decision Points
MS A
MS B
MS C
FRP
MS
Technology Development
Engr & Mfg Development
Production & Deployment
Source Selection
Material Solution Analysis
As of 21 Apr 11
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CGM Business Model
Increment 1: Industry Defined
Increment 2: Government Standard
Specific Instantiation TBD
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SDK
Ground
Embedded
Aviation
(GB-GRAM-M )
GRAM SEM-E-M
(GRAM S/M)
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32 nm ASIC, or
S/W Defined Radio, or
Network-based device, or
…
Maritime
(GRAM-M-PMC)
Third Party
Developers
Common
GPS Module
(CGM)
Handheld Demo
+
S/W
Developer Kit
(SDK)
Munitions Demo
Many Applications
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CGM Signal Support
“On the Board”
CGM & MGUE receiver
cards will include C/A,
P(Y), and M-Code
CGM
C/A, P(Y),
M-Code
COTS
L5
COTS
Galileo
Upgraded receivers may
add L5, Galileo, and
other signals by
integrating COTS chips
on the receivers cards
How to incorporate additional civil signals
Opportunity On Ramp
C/A, P(Y), M-Code
Increment 1
Increment 2
Current CGM
Potential to Add – L5, L1C, Galileo
Use “On the Board” approach
C/A, L1Y, L2Y, L1M, L2M, L1C, L2C, L5, E1,
E2, E5
Can design into future CGMs
with enough lead time
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Key Challenges
• Trusted Foundry
• Information Assurance/Security Certification
• Performance Certification
• Transitioning to Fixed-Price Development
• Increment 2
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Advanced Technology
MGUE Increment 2 Technology Maturation
• GPS Directorate Technology Priorities
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Reduced SWAP & C
NetCentricity / Comm/Nav Integration
Software Defined Radio – Structured IP, IA/AT Solutions, CGM Alternative
PNT Robustness – Focused on Sensor Integration and Disadvantaged
User
• MGUE Delta/Objective CDD Requirements
• Advanced BFEA Compatibility, Anti-Spoof, Integrity, M-Code External
Augmentation System, Reprogrammability, Multiple Signals
• Support the GPS Enterprise Modernization and PNT Assurance AoA
Mature Critical Technology Element (CTEs) to support
Increment 2 Technology Readiness Assessment
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Questions?
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