The Army desires to prototype, test, demonstrate, and assess Integrated Environmental Control and Power (IECP) technologies and capabilities, both dual-use and defense specific, based on advanced vector drive controls for vapor compression technology and solid-gas absorption technology (open and closed cycle) that have been demonstrated to at least the proof-of-principle level.
CIC 4 will seek to develop the capability to provide assessment planning, near-real time feedback as data is collected, and enable the generation of detailed post-training analyses. During post-training execution, it should provide AAR capabilities, including at a minimum: system scoring, stop and replay from a checkpoint, fast-forward and rewind.
The Army desires to extend the FMT PL to incorporate an AMPV power train PTT into the existing Product Line (PL) portfolio. The FMT PL is being established to provide a common architectural framework and shared hardware, firmware, and software baselines and components that satisfy requirements common to maintenance training systems for multiple current and future vehicle platforms. This prototype project will be unclassified.
The Army desires to extend the FMT PL to incorporate a JLTV HOT into the existing Product Line (PL) portfolio. The FMT PL is being established to provide a common architectural framework and shared hardware, firmware, and software baselines and components that satisfy requirements common to maintenance training systems for multiple current and future vehicle platforms.
The Army desires a Proximity Warning Unit (PWU) prototype system that provides real time alerts, both audible and visual, to operators during excavation operations when in close proximity to fiber optic cable/critical infrastructure...
The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is a corporate training organization that provides learning and development solutions to over 174,000 acquisition, requirements and contingency professionals in the U.S. Department of Defense.
The Army seeks to determine if industry can desires solutions to modify Class M1 commercial off the shelf (COTS) devices to meet Live Collective Training (LCT) needs and still provide the benefits of Low Power Internet of Things (LPIoT).
This Request for Solutions is issued to identify a unique solution for an Accelerated Vehicle Durability Testing (AVDT) Drivetrain Simulator. The Government will evaluate the solutions with the intent of negotiating an Other Transaction Agreement under the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX).
The EPAC capability will provide soldiers with a realistic, digital representation of an operational Planning, Preparing, Executing and Assessment environment within the tactical command and control systems.
The Army desires to establish a common architecture and software baseline for a suite of vehicle maintenance trainers.
The Common Synthetic Environment is the platform enabler of the Synthetic Training Environment that will allow units and soldiers to conduct realistic, multi-echelon, collective training anywhere in the world.
The Army's future training capability is the STE. The goal of the STE is to enable tough, iterative, dynamic, and realistic multi-echelon/combined arms maneuver, mission rehearsal, and mission command collective training in support of multi-domain operations.
The S/SVT WO prototype will provide Soldiers with an affordable instrumented and/or surrogate squad weapon compatible with Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) Augmented Reality Head Mounted Displays (HMD).