The Army desires to extend the Family of Maintenance Trainers (FMT) Product Line (PL) to incorporate the legacy Abrams M1A2 SEP V3 Hands On Trainer (HOT) into the existing FMT PL portfolio by developing an OT prototype using the FMT-Common Core (CC).
The United States Navy (USN), the United States Marine Corps (USMC), and the United States Department of Defense (DoD) seek better capability to efficiently and optimally distribute fuel, dry cargo, and munitions within theater.
The cmi5 PTS prototype project seeks to acquire innovative cmi5 prototype capabilities—specifically, two closely related software prototypes for cmi5. First, this project will design, develop, test, and transition a free and open source cmi5 Player that serves as a reference implementation for Department of Defense (DoD) stakeholders.
The Naval Air Warfare Systems Command (NAVAIR) desires to further advance its capabilities in the areas of electronic threat simulation and measurement focusing specifically on advances in the areas of system concept, architecture development, and requirements definition.
The Naval Air Warfare Systems Command (NAVAIR) desires to advance its capabilities in the areas of electronic threat simulation and measurement focusing specifically on advances in the areas of system concept, architecture development, and requirements definition.
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.
On July 8, 2020, in accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 2371b, the Army Contracting Command – Orlando awarded an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) via the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) Hands On Trainer (HOT) Prototype Project.
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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 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).