Dynamic Minefield Optimization (DMO) evaluates and optimizes precision placement of maritime mines and sensors/effectors, and also evaluates and optimizes mine and sensor/effector delivery plans for multiple maritime minefields. DMO makes more effective use of scarce maritime mining resources, increases the military effectiveness of maritime minefields, reduces risk to friendly platforms and missions, and reduces operator time-on-task. Daniel H. Wagner Associates has over 55 years of experience in developing/transitioning complex software components to prime contractors and Department of Defense customers, and developed mission effectiveness evaluation and optimization, risk determination, and data fusion algorithms and software components for several U.S. Navy mine warfare systems, including the primary system for mine warfare planning and execution, MINEnet Tactical, and the MK18 Mod 2 Inc 2 unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV). Word Count: 124
Collaborative Airborne Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Mission Evaluation and Optimization (CAMEO)
Collaborative Airborne Anti-Submarine (ASW) Warfare Mission Evaluation and Optimization (CAMEO) provides web-based collaborative mission planning tools, applications, and services to synchronize mission execution, help communicate commander’s intent, substantially shorten the mission planning process, and improve the effectiveness of multi-platform, multi-sortie, multi-sensor airborne ASW and Surface Warfare (SUW). CAMEO is intended for use in the Navy's Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS), to coordinate and plan tactical and operational details of airborne ASW and SUW combat missions. CAMEO Phase II prototyping has extended and enhanced Phase I operational concepts. For 50+ years, Wagner Associates has developed/transitioned complex software components to prime contractors and Navy warfare systems, such as USW-DSS and MH-60R avionics. Our products include mission effectiveness evaluation and optimization, risk determination, and data fusion algorithms.