SEMI-AUTOMATED PRENATAL SCREENING USING MATERNAL BLOOD
Not Available By applying innovative systems engineering principles for a group of systems within a domain, generic architectures are defined and implemented that support commonality while allowing for variances among multiple systems. This developmental approach is the vehicle by which the Navy can integrate unmanned aerial vehicle operations with strike warfare on all platforms, air, sea, and land. This will directly lead to the capability to maximize the use of intelligence so that the resultant command and control system can more efficiently attack multiple targets with multiple weapons. Our experience in assisting in the implementation of product-line architectures across the government reduces the technical risk while enhancing the commercialization potential of the proposed effort. This proposed effort results in a common, modular, reconfigurable architecture for the Tactical Control System (TCS) and the Tactical Tomahawk Weapon Control System (TTWCS) with geometric reduction in development, deployment and maintenance costs for future releases of these systems. The common TTWCS/TCS can become the basis for future Navy Command & Control efforts that integrate advanced sensors with strike platforms. This effort includes refining the process and methodology of developing reconfigurable, modular, and adaptable architectures, which has tremendous commercialization potential throughout the public and private sectors.
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Principal Investigator:Fatima A. Merchant
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