Our Engineers have a long history of providing T&E services for advanced weapon systems. Our work ranges in size (from modeling units to systems), and scope (from concept through delivery). We understand the importance of testing more use cases and getting real-time, actionable feedback. In this way, defects are found and fixed early in the process, speeding up time of delivery to the warfighter. Our test and evaluation work includes:
We provide test and evaluation services for several advanced weapon system programs, including:
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.
Reliability, Availability, Maintainability
Author 2nd rev Software Test Plan CDRL document
Simulation Scenario Requirements development
Software Test Description development
System and Software Use Case review and analysis
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