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ONR Electronic Warfare S&T Industry DayDr. Peter CraigElectronic Warfare Program ManagerC4ISR DepartmentOffice of Naval Research 6 January 2011Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release by the Office of Naval Research, distribution is unlimited. Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited2ONR Mission:To plan, foster, and encourage scientific research in recognition of its paramount importance as related to the maintenance of future naval power, and the preservation of national security; and to manage the Navy’s basic, applied, and advanced research to foster transition from science and technology to higher levels of research, development, test, and evaluation.•Mature and transition S&T advances to improve naval capabilities,•Respond to current critical needs,•Maintain broad technology investments to anticipate and counter potential technology surprise.Naval S&T Vision:Sponsor scientific research and technology to:•Pursue revolutionary capabilities for Naval forces of the future,Office of Naval ResearchScience & Technology Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited3Office of Naval ResearchOrganization (S&T)ONR 312 Electronics, Sensors, and Network Research Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited4ONR Organization -S&TChief of Naval Research311Mathematics, Computers, Information Research313C4ISR Applications and Future Naval Capabilities 312ElectronicsSurveillanceComms & NetworksElectronic WarfareNavigation31C4ISR3233343530Dr. Bobby JunkerDr. Wen MastersDr. Chip GroundsCDR Robert Medve Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited56.2 Discovery & InventionDistributed EW Receivers & Transmitters Adaptive EW Signal Processing EW Modeling & SimulationCountermeasures for Emerging Threats Antennas and ComponentsNetwork Centric EWElectro-optic and Infrared CountermeasuresMulti-band LasersMulti-mode Countermeasures TechniquesFuture Naval Capabilities (Sea Strike, Sea Shield & Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare)Surface/SubsurfaceAirMarine CorpsEnhanced SEWIPNext Generation Airborne EWMultifunction Capabilities for MWSEnhanced NULKACM for Advanced Imaging IR SeekersFuture Joint Counter Next Generation CM Techniques CM for Millimeter Wave Seekers Radio-Controlled IED EWfor Ship Missile DefenseIdentification and Defeat of EA SystemsSubmarine Survivability –Electronic WarfareSBIR/STTR EW TechnologiesONR 312 Electronic WarfareElectronic Warfare Technology ProgramDr. Peter CraigEW Program ManagerMr. Dave TremperEW Program OfficerMr. Bob Kusuda Mr. Tom JessweinCACI CACIMr. Mike GarciaEW Program Officer Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited6Doing Business with ONRBusiness Opportunities•Broad Agency Announcements (BAA)•Small Business Innovative Research / Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR)•Multidisciplinary Research Program of the University Research Initiative (MURI) •Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP)•DoD Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCOR)Detailed information can be found on the ONR website http://www.onr.navy.mil/en/Contracts-Grants.aspx Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited7Development of technologies that maximize the operational use of the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum by U.S. forces, ...while denying same from the enemy, ...by using EM means to detect and attack enemy sensor, weapon and command infrastructure systems–Immediate battlespace recognition of hostile scenario/intent and optimized, automated response decisions–Electronic denial, degradation, disruption or destruction of enemy C4ISR, IADS, acquisition and associated targeting/weapon systems–Timely EM control over the entire battlespace: temporal, spectral, spatialWhat is Electronic Warfare?Joint Service Definition Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited8DetectIDTrackEngageAssessThe RED Kill Chain…DecideDetectIDTrackEngageAssessDecide… and the Electronic Warfare Response Chain…Counter Targeting/Jamming/Self-ProtectionEW Networked Capabilities, Analysis & Assessment, Electronic ProtectionSituational Awareness/Threat WarningRequires capability to:•Continuously monitor all critical portions of the spectrum•Quickly and accurately classify emitters/emitter function•Provide specific emitter identification•Precisely and rapidly locate platforms, events•Conduct accurate long term monitoring/tracking•Share key info in near real timeRequires capability to selectively:•Limit/deny access (jamming)•Provide false/misleading information (countertargeting, decoys)•Counter communications and networks•Damage/degrade threat sensor capabilityBattlespace AwarenessSpectrum ControlInformation Dominance Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited9Electronic Warfare (EW): “Any military action involving the use of EM radiation … to control the EM spectrum or to attack the enemy.”–Electronic Warfare Support (ES): Actions to search for, intercept, ID & locate intentional / unintentional EM sources for the purpose of immediate threat recognitionProvides information/data for immediatedecisions regarding operations & tactical actions (avoidance, targeting, cueing)–Electronic Attack (EA): Use of EM … to attack with the intent of degrading, neutralizing or destroying enemy combat capabilityIncludes jamming, EM deception, decoys/expendables–Electronic Protection (EP):Actions taken to protect ... from any effects of friendly or enemy employment of EWthat degrade, neutralize, or destroy friendly combat capabilityElectronic Warfare TerminologyDoD / JCS Definitions Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited10Own the SpectrumProvide Battlespace Awareness -Know who is out there, where they are, and what they are doing…Requires capability to:•Continuously monitor all critical portions of the spectrum (RF/EO/IR)•Quickly and accurately classify emitters/emitter function•Provide Specific Emitter Identification (SEI)•Precisely and rapidly locate platforms, people, things, events•Conduct accurate long term monitoring/tracking•Network sensors and share key info in near-real timeProvide Effective Spectrum Control -Determine who sees what…Requires capability to selectively:•Limit/deny access (jamming) (RF/EO/IR)•Provide false/misleading information (countertargeting, decoys)•Damage/degrade threat sensor capability (RF/EO/IR)Provide Unrestricted Spectrum Access to Blue Forces –Protect our own ISR capabilities…Requires capability to:•Negate the impact of hostile jamming on U.S. and allied sensors (RF/EO/IR)•Preserve the integrity of critical networks and data links•Precisely navigate and target weapons in a GPS-denied environmentONR Electronic WarfareS&T Area Objectives Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited11ONR EW S&T Investment GoalsAlignment to Naval and Joint S&T NeedsEW Technology & Techniques for Current and Future Warfighter Needs:•Extend the EW Spectrum into New Domains (Wavelength/Frequency/Modulation)•Exploit Non-Traditional and Unintentional Signals•Detect and Counter Passive Detection Systems•Explore Network-Enabled Electronic Warfare Cooperative Methods and Solutions•Develop Tools and Techniques to Provide Real-Time Assessment of EW Effectiveness•Reduce Size/Weight/Power/Cost of EW Hardware and Systems•Counter Hostile Use of Advanced EW Technology against US Forces•Extend the EW Spectrum into New Domains (Wavelength/Frequency/Modulation)•Exploit Non-Traditional and Unintentional Signals•Detect and Counter Passive Detection Systems•Explore Network-Enabled Electronic Warfare Cooperative Methods and Solutions•Develop Tools and Techniques to Provide Real-Time Assessment of EW Effectiveness•Reduce Size/Weight/Power/Cost of EW Hardware and Systems•Counter Hostile Use of Advanced EW Technology against US Forces•Extend the EW Spectrum into New Domains (Wavelength/Frequency/Modulation)•Exploit Non-Traditional and Unintentional Signals•Detect and Counter Passive Detection Systems•Explore Network-Enabled Electronic Warfare Cooperative Methods and Solutions•Develop Tools and Techniques to Provide Real-Time Assessment of EW Effectiveness•Reduce Size/Weight/Power/Cost of EW Hardware and Systems•Counter Hostile Use of Advanced EW Technology against US Forces Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited12Fused ES/EAMultispectralCoordinatedDistributedFuture EW VisionElements of Future EW SystemsObjectiveCapability(What?)EnablingTechnology(How?)Maximize EW spatial coverage with a minimum of resources without permitting single point failuresSmall, lightweight, power efficient ES / EA payloads for manned and unmanned vehicles (UAV, USV, UUV, UGV)Maximize effectiveness of EW across on-/off-board assets, manned / unmanned platforms, kinetic / non-kinetic resources Multi-asset, coordinated kinetic / non-kinetic M&S; multi-platform ID / targeting / tracking / EA techniques and algorithmsMaximize EW spectral coverage (EO-IR-mmW-RF) and minimize spectral gaps that can be exploited by hostile forcesEO/IR/RF receiver / transmitter sub-systems and components with extended spectral coverage and ultra-wide bandwidthMaximize flexibility in dynamically responding to time critical, frequency agile emitters Embedded ES / EA architectures with high-speed reactive ES processing and dynamic EA techniques generationMaximize operational availability of ISRT sensor assets and preserve situational awareness in the presence of hostile EADynamic / reactive / adaptive signal processing, hardened EO/IR/RF apertures and componentsIncreased Combat EffectivenessRobust EPAdaptiveMultispectralCoordinatedDistributed Unclassified –Distribution Unlimited13Discovery & Invention(Basic and Applied Science)≈40%Leap Ahead Innovations (Innovative Naval Prototypes)Acquisition Enablers(FNCs, etc)≈30%Quick Reaction•Tech Solutions•Experimentation•MC S&T (MCWL, JNLW, etc.)Acquisition Enablers•Future Naval Capabilities•Warfighter Protection•Capable Manpower•LO/CLO Discovery & Invention•Basic & Early Applied Research•National Naval Responsib… Show All