Smart Systems for Logistics Command and Control (SSLC2) Spiral One
Interim rept., Oct 2003-Feb 2006
GRACAR CORP DAYTON OH
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Smart Systems for Logistics Command and Control SSLC2 is an Air Force Research Laboratory, Warfighter Readiness Research Division, Logistics Readiness Branch program to develop and apply technologies to collect the critical information required to effectively manage logistics resources in support of combat operations. The purpose of SSLC2 is to develop requirements that employ technologies and techniques to autonomously collect and fuse critical data in order to create decision quality information and effectively present information to support cognitive tasks performed by logistics and operations decision-makers. SSLC2 Spiral One was focused on wing-level personnel concentrating on one primary decision, the fixswap decision of an aircraft. The technologies developed under this spiral can be applied to many logistics and operations settings to include the Space ground asset management area. This report documents the efforts associated with the data collection, cognitive tasks analysis, storyboard development, and simulation test system development, along with the Scientific Study approach, methods, results, and recommendations.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Command, Control and Communications Systems