Integrated Soldier Systems
INDUSTRY FORUM
Tuesday 25 March 2014
CQ Functions, Melbourne
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New! Integrated Soldier Systems
PRODUCT CATALOGUES
Find the catalogues at
http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/lsd/iss/
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ARMAMENTS SYSTEMS
PROGRAM OFFICE
(ARMTSPO)
Malcolm McKeith
Director
Malcolm.mckeith@defence.gov.au
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Key Roles and Activities
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Small Arms Fleet
– Supports the sustainment and disposal of commercial off the shelf,
military off the shelf and specialised weapons up to 7.62mm (not
including crew served weapons) and attachments.
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Direct Fire Support Weapons Fleet
– Supports the sustainment, maintenance and disposal of machine guns,
anti-materiel rifles, grenade launchers and anti-armour weapon fleets,
including support to a number of weapon mounts, sighting systems and
training aids.
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Update & Upcoming Activities
– Completion of F88SA2 production in 2014.
– Austeyr Weapon Ancillary Review to consider current “in-use”, exemplar
and other ancillaries for use on the Austeyr Family of Weapons.
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Projects
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Land 40 Phase 2 – Direct Fire Support Weapons
– Delivered M3 Carl Gustav.
– 40mm Light Weight Automatic Grenade Launcher (LWAGL)
– Managed as a “Project of Concern”
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Land 125 Phase 3C – Soldier Enhancements (Lethality) Enhanced F88
– The F90 based on F88SA2 with Grenade Launcher Attachment – Thales
Australia.
– A Surveillance and Target Acquisition suite of equipment for the F90.
– Conducting risk mitigation to achieve 2nd Pass - Jun 2015.
– Initial Materiel Release: 2016.
– Final Materiel Release: 2020.
– Provisional Design Acceptance for F90 and GLA expected by May 14.
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Future Outlook
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Current/upcoming opportunities
– A Standing Offer Small Arms
Targets RFT is scheduled for
release in Sep 14.
– Pistol Holsters late 2014.
– Slings/Magazine Pouches - Future.
– Weapon Sights - Future.
– Weapon Torches - Future
– Weapon Suppression - Future.
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Industry Visit Program
– Contact ISSB Industry e-mail.
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ARMAMENTS SPO Key Staff
Director
Malcolm McKeith
(03) 9282 5982
Deputy Director
Andrew Kerley
(03) 9282 3836
Sustainment
Manager
Project Manager
Land 40 Ph 2
Program Manager
Land 125 Ph 3C
LTCOL Perry Gunder
(03) 9282 6441
Gareth Hayden
(03) 9282 6542
LTCOL Justin Tate
(03) 9282 4409
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Chief Engineer
Tim Efthymiou
(03) 9282 5238
SOLDIER MODERNISATION
SYSTEMS PROGRAM OFFICE
(SMSPO)
David O’Brien
Director
David.obrien17@defence.gov.au
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Key Roles, Activities and Achievements
Soldier Combat Ensemble Fleet
– Supports the sustainment, maintenance and disposal of Combat Protective
Equipment (such as body armour and load carriage equipment), and the
delivery of protective equipment for use on operations
Field and Aerial Delivery Equipment Fleet
– Supports the sustainment, maintenance and disposal of Personal Field
Equipment, Non Lethal Force Equipment, Aerial Delivery Equipment (such
as parachutes and rigging equipment) and Adventurous Training Equipment
Special Forces Program Office
– Major Projects including JP199 (Establishment of SOCOMD) and JP 2088
(Equipping TAG (East))
– A Minor Project for Static Line Parachutes- delivery of 5000 parachutes.
Land 125 – Phase 3B Project Office
– Responsible for the delivery of the Soldier Enhancement
Version 2 – Survivability
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Land 125 Phase 3B – Soldier Survivability
• Current tenders:
– Load Carriage Elements – Anticipate
negotiations with preferred tenderer in Q2
2014 and contract signature mid 2014
– Protection Elements – Tender closed
and evaluation underway. Contract
signature planned for Q4 2014
– Tiered Combat Helmets – Tranche 1Additional purchase of in-use system.
Tranche 2&3 – Specification to be
released for comment Q2 2014. Open
Tender planned for Q3 2014.
– Combat Hearing Protection – Comment
from industry on draft specification
received. Request for Tender planned to
be released by mid 2014.
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Future Tenders for Field Equipment
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Hydration Equipment
April- June 2014 release
Annual value of between $0.4 - $0.8m over 3 years
Multi- Tools
July-Sept 2014 release
Annual value of between $0.4 - $0.55 m over 3 years
Duffle Bags
May- July 2015 release
Annual value of between $1.086- $1.32 m over 3 years
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SMSPO Key Staff
Director
David O’Brien
(03) 9282 3725
Deputy Director
Emma Enever
(03) 9282 5603
Sustainment Manager
Field Equip and ADE
National Fleet Mngr
Soldier Cbt Ensemble
Program Director
Special Forces
Program Director
Land 125 Phase 3B
Marc Sperandeo
(03) 9282 6865
MAJ Patrick Wise
(03) 9282 7139
Mal Fahey
(03) 9282 6019
LTCOL Paul Nathan
(03)9282 4249
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Integrated Soldier Systems
Development Directorate (ISSDD)
Colonel Mark Jennings
Director
diggerworks@defence.gov.au
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Key Roles and Activities
Diggerworks is to identify options and deliver integrated
soldier combat systems solutions in order to enhance the
capability of the combatant.
Soldier Combat System
Soldier Combat Ensemble
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‘The equipment used by a
soldier to apply lethal or nonlethal effects, communicate and
gain situational awareness,
survive, sustain, move and
operate as part of a team within
the close combat environment’.
‘The integrated soldier systems
that are designed to provide
protection to individual
combatants from physical
threats and the environment as
well as facilitating an efficient
means for an individual to
carry Mission Essential
Equipment in a close combat
environment’.
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Adaptive Methodology
• Identify the problem or requirement
– From the field
– From our allies
– From threat analysis
– From modernisation concepts
• Analyse options
– Technology evaluation
– Industry engagement
• Develop or identify the integrated
solution
– Science and Technology
– Design Engineering
– Test and Evaluation
• Report to Army and hand off to a
Systems Program Office for
acquisition.
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SCS – CT Layer effects
SCS – PL Layer effects
Lethality
Support weapons
SCS – Section Layer effects
SCS – Fire Team Layer Effects
SCS – Individual Layer Effects
SCE – Individual
(LCE & Protection)
Helmet Goggles
Body
Armour
Combat
Uniform
Glasses
Outer
wear
Load
Carriage
Platform
Lethality
Rifle
Grenade
NAD
Lethality
MG – Suppression
GLA – Distance HE
Marksman rifle –
distance precision
Survivability
Survivability
Sustainability
Packs
Pouches
Knee and Elbow
pads
Gloves
Socks
and Boots
Sustainability
Cooking systems
Mobility
Nil
Mobility
C2
Personal Role Radios
Lethality
LRF – Target location
TSS – Target detection
66mm – LDFSW
Survivability
Combat Litter
CFA Kit
Sustainability
Water Purification
Mobility
GPS - Navigation
C2
Intra and inter section
Lethality
Manoeuvre Spt Sec
7.62 GSMG
84 MDFSW
Survivability
UAV Det equip
Surveilllance Det equipt
Sustainability
Survivability
Persistant Surv System
Mobility
Sustainability
Power recharge
Mobility
st
Organic 1 line platform
C2
BMS-D
MBITR
Intra Pl net
Coy net
C2
BMS-D
BG Comms
BMS-Fires
Sensor feeds
C2
Notebook
The effects required at subsequent layers
provide collective benefits, but still need to
be physically integrated with an individual
combatant’s SCE.
SCS Interaction with platforms:
Air - Legacy fixed & rotary / C-27 / MRH-90
Land – Legacy / L121 / L400
Sea – Legacy / ATG vessels Equip and Sustain the Australian Defence Force
Different equipment solutions may be
required at different ‘layers’ to allow the
individual to complete their particular role.
Current Diggerworks Tasks
Development (Better equipment)
•TBAS / PPS incl Load sharing
Modernisation (New capabilities)
•LAND 125 Ph 4 – SCS Reqts development
•Shaped Plates
•Pistol Holsters
•Power management
•Alternate Cooking systems
•LAND 75 BMS-D Risk Reduction Activity (Reqts
based)
•Tropical Sleeping systems
•DMTC-Programme 7
•Belt link-bandolier
•Gunshot Location System capability
•Individual Water purification systems
Integration (Project Support tasks)
•LAND 125-3B
•LAND 53-1BR
•LAND 125-3C
•SSCSPO II Tube replacement
•SSCSPO Helmet mount
•CBRNE Medium Protective Suit
•JP2110
•PPSS
•Raptor/Skeet IR/Enhanced 7.62 sight evaluation
•M72 night aiming enhancement
•ACND reviews/drafting for AHQ
•CEREBRO
SCS Configuration Management (On behalf of
Army)
•Development & endorsement of SCS Baselines
•Development & endorsement of CSCMB Processes
•Maintenance and development of Soldier Reference
Centre
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Key Staff
Director
COL Mark Jennings
(03) 9282 4312
Deputy Director
Technical Director
Industry Liaison
Darryl Kewin
(03) 9282 4594
Greg Foreman
(03) 9282 6609
MAJ John Taylor
(03)9282 5951
Please email diggerworks@defence.gov.au if you wish to contact the team
directly on proposed enhancements to the soldier combat systems.
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CLOTHING
SYSTEMS PROGRAM OFFICE
(CLOSPO)
Colonel Chris Miles
Director
Chris.miles@defence.gov.au
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Key Roles and Activities
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Combat Clothing - Those uniforms, footwear and clothing
accessories worn specifically for the conduct of combat operations
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Non-Combat Clothing - Those uniforms, footwear and clothing
accessories worn for the purpose of military duties other than the
conduct of combat operations. It includes clothing of a military and
non-military nature and personal protective clothing
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Accoutrements - Items worn to distinguish service, corps and trade,
rank and special appointments. These items include Metal Insignia,
Embroidered Insignia, Sashes, Lanyards and Aiguillettes.
Accoutrements are worn with both combat and non-combat clothing
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Current Key Activities
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RAAF – General Purpose Uniform
– Will replace DPCU as protective
dress for Air Force.
– Launched 01 Mar 14 by Air Force,
IIS from Q3 2014.
– Potential future requirement for
Black Boots.
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Current and Future Tenders
Current
• Wet and Foul Weather Garments & RAN Cold Weather
Jacket
– Undergoing Tender Evaluation
– In Deed Q2, 2014
• Embroidery
– Closed: 4 Feb 2014
– Currently undergoing Tender Evaluation
Planned for 2014/2015
• Swords and Accessories (Q1 Release)
– Estimated value $0.25m per annum
• Service Dress (Late 2014)
– Estimated value $0.5m per annum
• Cold Weather Under Garments (Q3, 2014 Release)
– Estimated value AS$0.6m per annum
• Flyers & Specialist Boots (Q1, 2015 Release)
– Estimated value AS$0.2m per annum
• Combat & Flyers Gloves (Q4, 2014 Release)
– Estimated value AS$1.0m per annum
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