TReX - Cyber Warfare Department Flexible Cross Domain (CWD FCD)

The Cyber Warfare Department (CWD), under the organizational structure of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Digital Analytics Infrastructure & Technology Advancement (DAiTA) Group, develops and assesses cyber warfare capabilities for mission assurance, increased warfighting system lethality, and defend Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) weapon systems (including aircraft, unmanned vehicles, weapons, and sensors) and directly corresponding support systems (including data links, mission planning systems, maintenance systems, and logistics systems). At present, CWD has determined current security measures are inadequately designed for weapon systems and the corresponding support systems.

Test and Evaluation Prototyping Project (TEPP) Electronic Warfare Test (EWT) Electro-Optical (EO) and Radio Frequency (RF)

Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, & Instrumentation (PEO STRI) Program Manager Cyber, Test, and Training (PM CT2) Instrumentation Management Office’s (IMO) Test and Evaluation Prototyping Program (TEPP) will conduct prototyping to address the critical gaps in T&E capabilities as identified by the DoD Test Resource Management Center (TRMC)...

Product Architecture Domain Modeling (PADM) Prototype Project

“The United States Navy (USN) detects and responds to cyber threats based on a traditional, labor-intensive, seven (7) step process that starts with preparation and information security (INFOSEC) classification and ends with system and common control authorizations and continuous monitoring. To improve how it detects and responds to cyber threats, the Navy seeks solutions that are both proactive (cyber hunt) and reactive (cyber disconnect). The Navy also seeks solutions that will address multiple domains (Platform Architecture, Cyber Attack, Cyber Vulnerability, Mitigations, and Mission Area).

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Integrated Environmental Control and Power (IECP)

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.

Beyond 3D Prototype Project

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Foundation for GEOINT 3D (FG3D) is looking to identify a technology that is an acceptable mix of both expediency and accuracy when it comes to RAPID 3D...