Accession Number : ADA258809


Title :   Aids To Navigation Service Force Mix 2000 Project. Volume 3. Analysis of Multi-Mission Requirements and Development of Planning Factors for the Replacement Buoy Tender Fleet.


Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jul 1991-Jun 1992,


Corporate Author : JOHN A VOLPE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS CENTER CAMBRIDGE MA


Personal Author(s) : Ihnat, Dennis


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a258809.pdf


Report Date : Jun 1992


Pagination or Media Count : 61


Abstract : The Aids to Navigation (ATON) Service Force Mix (SFM) 2000 Project is documented in a Project Overview and three separately bound volumes. The Project Overview describes the purpose approach, analysis, and results of the ATON SFM 2000 Project conducted by the USCG,s Office of Navigation Safety and Waterway Services, Short Range Aids to Navigation Division. Volume 1, Development and Application of an Aids to Navigation Service Force Mix Decision Support System-- Final Report, documents the Volpe Center's analysis and development of the proposed replacement buoy tender fleet. The document describes current ATON operations, the concept, development, and operation of the Decision Support System (DSS), the data utilized by the DSS, validation of the DSS, and the proposed service force mix. Volume 11, Development and Application of an Aids to Navigation Service Force Mix Decision Support System--Ai Assignments and Vessel Summary Reports , contains the DSS outputs associated with the findings of Volume 1. Included are maps of the aid assignments for each vessel in both the current and proposed fleets and the associated one- page DSS summary printouts. Volume III, Analysis of Multi-Mission Requirements and Development of Planning Factors for the Replacement Buoy Tender Fleet , documents the USCG's analysis and development of baseline multi-mission requirements of the replacement buoy tender fleet. The document describes buoy tender employment categories, historical tender employment data determination of underway hours per underway day, and projected impacts on multi-mission requirements resulting from alternative replacement fleet scenarios.


Descriptors :   *NAVIGATIONAL AIDS , *BUOYS , OUTPUT , SCENARIOS , REQUIREMENTS , VOLUME , IMPACT , INFORMATION SYSTEMS , EMPLOYMENT , VALIDATION , NAVIGATION , PLANNING , MISSIONS , DOCUMENTS , SAFETY , OPERATION , ALLOCATIONS , PHOSGENE , REPLACEMENT , DIVISION , APPROACH , DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS , MAPS , DETERMINATION


Subject Categories : Marine Engineering
      Air Navigation and Guidance


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE