Develop it - AIAA Info

Report
Presentation to PACA
Briefing for Industry
18 August 2010
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A.
Approved for public release;
distribution is unlimited
CAPT Fred Beavers
Chief of Staff
505-846-4379
[email protected]
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CDR USSTRATCOM
ORS End-State
Tier-1
Gaps / Needs
Identified and
Prioritized by
USSTRATCOM
“Employ it”
On-demand with
existing assets
Minutes to hours
Tier-2
“Launch/deploy it”
On-call with ready-tofield assets
Days to weeks
Tier-3
“Develop it”
Rapid transition from
development to delivery
of new or modified
capabilities
Reconstitute lost
capabilities
Augment/Surge
existing capabilities
Fill Unanticipated Gaps
in capabilities
Exploit new technical/
operational innovations
Respond to unforeseen
or episodic events
Enhance survivability
and deterrence
Months (not years)
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ORS End-State
Operating Concept
JFC
Needs
ORS Office
Concepts/Solutions Group
Space
Protection
Mission Kit
Plug-and-Fight
spacecraft
components–
MOSA standards
Comms
Mission Kit
ski
ng
Govt s/w
Library
Tier-2/-3 Solutions
r Ta
ISR Mission
Kit
Tier2/3
The
ate
Mission
Design
Tool
Tier-1 Solutions
Rapid Transport to
Launch Range
Innovation
Cell
Theater
CONUS
Rapid Integration &
Launch
Mission
Operations Center
S&T
Infusion
Target
Area
SIPRNET & Other Networks
ACPT
Mission Planning
Tactical Tasking &
Downlink
Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA)
Responsive Buses & Payloads
Responsive Range & Launch
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Responsive C2 & TPED
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State of ORS Today
•
ORS end-state architecture being developed based on overarching
guidance (QDR, NSP, DPPG, ORS CONOPS, etc.)
•
TacSat-3 operational on orbit, providing evidence of military utility of a
low-cost hyperspectral sensor, and ability of small satellites to enable
rapid technology refresh.
•
ORS-1 on track for FY11 launch to provide proof of lower-cost,
shorter-timeline business model and evidence of tactical utility.
•
TacSat-4 on track for FY11 launch; will demonstrate UHF comms
and FFT mission capabilities.
•
RRSW contract awarded. MSV contract in source selection.
•
ORS Office PC/FM support contract awarded, SETA contract in
source selection.
ORS Office Budget (FY11 PB)
FY11
$94M
FY12
$88M
FY13
$78M
FY14
$54M
FY15
$126M
FY16
$128M
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ORS Office Organization
DOD EA for Space
CDRUSSTRATCOM
Authorities
Requirements
Director
Dr. Peter Wegner, USAF
FFRDC /UARC
Consortium
Technical Director
Dr. Bob McCoy, USN
Deputy Director
LTC Glover, USA
Chief of Staff
CAPT Beavers, USN
Plans & Programs
CDR Geiger, USN
Tier-1: Employ
LtCol Terselic, USMC
Tier-2: Deploy
Lt Col Henderson, USAF
Tier-3: Develop
Dr. Jeffry Welsh, USAF
Operations
LTC Carroll, USA
Government:
Liaisons:
FFRDC/UARC:
SETA Support:
USAF, USA, USN, USMC
NRO, NSA, NGA, NASA
Aerospace, MITRE, APL
20+
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ORS Omnibus BAA
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•
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•
Acquisition plan currently being developed.
Anticipate multiple calls/proposals over 5 years.
Allows for multiple needs to be filled as they arise and funding available.
Enables responsive procurement actions when funding is available and
specific needs are identified.
•
Potential Broad Topic Area #1: Employ (ORS Tier-1 Focus)
– Use existing assets to meet warfighter needs within minutes to hours
– For example, use of current commercial and international satellites
•
Potential Broad Topic Area #2: Develop (ORS Tier-3 Focus)
– Rapidly develop technologies and transition to the warfighter within months
– Launch, range, spacecraft, payloads, ground systems, etc.
•
Anticipate release in FY11. Once announced, will encourage open discussion
with industry and submission of white papers on broad topics and/or specific
needs.
•
POC: Frank (Jay) Strub, 505-853-2838
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SBIR Program
• We expect 2-3 directly controlled SBIR topics per
year in FY11 and beyond.
• In the 9.3 SBIR cycle we had 3 topics and made 10
Phase I awards. Phase II awards are not yet
finalized.
• Also, the ORS Office will likely have influence on
some AFRL SBIR topics. In the 9.3 SBIR cycle,
AFRL/RV awarded 12 Phase I SBIR contracts of
relevance to ORS.
• POC: Dr. Jeff Welsh, Tier-3 Division Chief
505-846-7344
[email protected]
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Recent ORS SBIR Topics
Topic Title
Objective
Author
Canisterized Satellite
Development for
Operationally Responsive
Space
Develop and demonstrate satellites
capable of being packaged in a
canister for launch. Use standardized
interfaces and integration schemes for
integration with any launch vehicle.
Steve Buckley
505-853-7799
Miniaturized Satellite
Development for
Responsive Space
Missions
Develop satellite technologies that
increase capability, reliability and
responsiveness while reducing size.
Develop smaller satellites with the
capabilities of current larger satellites.
Steve Buckley
505-853-7799
Rapid, Accurate, Satellite
Structural Dynamic
Modeling Methods for
Responsive Space Needs
Develop a finite element tool for
predicting a satellite’s structural
response from accurate, test-verified
components.
Dr. Jeff Welsh
505-846-7344
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Recent AFRL/RV SBIR Topics
with Relevance to ORS
Topic Title
Objective
Author
Compact Type 1 Space
Encryption Hardware
Establish an ultra-compact, ultra-low-power
encryption/decryption certifiable solution for
embedded space applications.
Autonomous Space
Solutions
Develop architectures for autonomous flight Paul Zetocha
software to support onboard event
AFRL/RV
detection, planning, and task execution in
order to enhance satellite responsiveness.
Modular CubeSat
Architectures and
Components
Explore disruptive technology approaches,
architectures, tools and components for
sub-10kg satellite platforms.
James Lyke
AFRL/RV
Responsive, Pre-launch
and On-orbit E-O Sensor
Characterization and
Calibration
Explore new ideas for achieving a dramatic
reduction of on-orbit sensor calibration and
telescope pointing verification timescales,
while preserving calibration fidelity.
Paul Levan
AFRL/RV
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James Lyke
AFRL/RV
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Questions?
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