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Embedded diagnostics and prognostics synchronization for army transformation

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Rhoads, R. ; Common Logistics Oper. Environ., US Army Logistics Transformation Agency, Ft. Belvoir, VA, USA ; Keeney, L.M.

The US Army Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics (DCS, G-4) tasked the US Army Logistics Transformation Agency (USALTA) - as the Army's integrator of logistics processes - to develop an overarching synchronization approach for current and future embedded diagnostics and prognostics (ED/EP) initiatives, to identify gaps and redundancies, and to redesign business processes from the platform through the retail and into the wholesale system. The embedded diagnostics and prognostics synchronization (EDAPS) effort is occurring concurrently with the ongoing fielding of the initial Stryker Brigade Combat Teams and the development of the future combat system for the future force. As part of the EDAPS effort, LTA established a Stryker Brigade Combat Team (BCT) proof of enablers demonstration to integrate and test the key enablers required to initiate implementation of the common logistics operating environment (CLOE). This paper describes the vision and implementing actions for an ED/EP-enabled common logistics operating environment.

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Aerospace Conference, 2004. Proceedings. 2004 IEEE  (Volume:6 )

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6-13 March 2004

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