Quantum Research Intl.

 

Weapon Systems Analysis

Quantum has played a leading role in the systems survivability arena since 1988. Our first work in this area was providing Theater Missile Defense (TMD) survivability assessments in support of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC). Subsequently, we have supported, via prime contracts since 1992, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory Survivability/Lethality Analysis Directorate (ARL/SLAD). We provide ARL/SLAD operational perspectives of technology alternatives to reduce the vulnerability and enhance the lethality of U.S. weapon systems. We also provide technical and engineering support in the areas of computer model development, threat analysis, and system survivability analysis. Quantum's expertise in Defense Systems MS&A supports the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), the SLAMRAAM Project Office, the AMCOM Software Engineering Directorate and other Armed Services, as well as commercial customers.

Quantum employs the technical, operational and combat experience of its staff and its close association with Army combat developers and materiel developers to help ARL/SLAD enhance the visibility and stress the importance of survivability and lethality issues to soldiers, conduct ballistic vulnerability analysis, and assist in the development of three dimensional modeling techniques.

Core Capabilities:

  • Survivability, Lethality, and Vulnerability Analysis and Assessment
  • Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis
  • Ballistic Missile, Air Defense, Aviation, and Ground Combat Systems Support Services
  • Effectiveness and Suitability Assessments
  • Weaponeering of Foreign Threats / Targets to Support War Planning
  • Foreign Material Acquisition to Support US and NATO Alliance Needs
  • Physical / Functional Exploitation of Foreign and Domestic Material
  • Analysis of Threat Systems
  • Surrogate / Realistic Operational Systems to Support DoD / NATO Test Requirements

Quantum personnel actively support Government planning meetings and reviews for SLV studies events. As SLV subject-matter experts, our personnel are often asked to participate in studies sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and the Army Science Board.

EXAMPLES of Quantum's support include:

  • ARL/SLAD SURVIVABILITY ANALYSIS TECHNICAL SUPPORT
  • BALLISTICS AND NBC DIVISION
  • FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS (FCS) TEAM
  • RED TEAM ACTIVITIES
  • MANPRINT AND HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI) TECHNICAL TRAINING SERVICES
  • THE ARMY SYSTEMS SURVIVABILITY SUMMARY (TASSS)
  • ARMY SYSTEMS SURVIVABILITY PLANNING AND EVALUATION
  • TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO SLAD DIRECTOR’S OFFICE
    • Enhancing SLAD System Survivability Awareness In Other Army Agencies
    • Marketing/Sales Support
    • Multimedia Support
    • SLAD Management Tool Support
    • Analyze changing Army SLV development, evaluation and test priorities
  • SLAMRAAM
  • GROUND BASED MISSILE DEFENSE JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE SUPPORT
  • U.S. ARMY AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY SCHOOL (USAADASCH) SUPPORT
  • AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE BATTLE LAB (AMDBL) SUPPORT
  • MISSILE DEFENSE NATIONAL TEAM B SUPPORT (as a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin)
  • CRYPTO MODERNIZATION
  • TRADOC CAPABILITY MANAGER – UPPER TIER SUPPORT
  • BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM (BMDS) SUPPORT
  • QUICK RESPONSE MISSILE DEFENSE (MD) ARCHITECTURE STUDIES
  • TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO THE SENTINEL PRODUCT OFFICE
  • JOINT SIAPSYSTEMS ENGINEERING ORGANIZATION (JSSEO)
  • AMCOM SOFTWARE ENGINEERING DIRECTORATE
  • SOFTWARE ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT AND EXECUTION SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE AVIATION MISSION PLANNING SYSTEM (APMS)
  • MDA MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT
  • AEGIS BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SUPPORT
  • TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO THE USAF UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) BATTLE LAB
  • SHORAD PROJECT OFFICE MODERNIZATION PROGRAM SUPPORT
  • COMMUNICATIONS ANALYSIS USING QNET©
    QNET© is a graphical application developed by Quantum to support analysis of a wide variety of networks that use different tactical data link standards and communications systems. Two models of QNET© have been developed to date.