BAE’s Pete Trainer: Secure Digital Engineering Environment Key to Efficient Joint Command Ops

BAE’s Pete Trainer: Secure Digital Engineering Environment Key to Efficient Joint Command Ops
Pete Trainer

Pete Trainer, vice president and general manager for BAE Systems’ U.S. Air Force solutions segment, has said a robust digital engineering environment will help the service collate data from disparate sources for joint missions.

Trainer wrote in an opinion piece published Thursday on C4ISRnet that DEE combined with model-based systems engineering is key to achieving the U.S. Space Force’s mission goals, as well as objectives for Joint All-Domain Command and Control operations with allies.

He noted that defense agencies must work to align and integrate stovepiped assets to accommodate cloud-based and modular open architectures compatible with software-enabled and service-based technologies.

“The ultimate goal: a formidable, cyber-secure DEE operating across air, land, sea and space elements, enabling both new and legacy data to be collected, integrated, assessed and rapidly delivered to appropriate decision-makers to quickly respond to war-fighter needs to save lives and successfully execute joint domain missions,” added Trainer.

According to Trainer, the DEE is meant to help users acquire and synthesize data to support situational awareness as well as a “secure enterprise environment able to deliver assured capabilities to ensure U.S. space dominance.”

You may also be interested in...


Carahsoft Adds ClearInfo Digitization Products to NASA SEWP V Contract

Carahsoft Technology has agreed to market end-to-end digitization tools developed by ClearInfo to federal government clients through the Reston, Virginia-based company's reseller partners and NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract.

GA-ASI MQ-9 with ASW Pod

General Atomics Demos Anti-Submarine Sonobuoy Tech for Navy’s MQ-9 UAS

A General Atomics affiliate has demonstrated the use of A-size sonobuoys to remotely process acoustic and bathythermal data when deployed from an unmanned aircraft system to support U.S. Navy's anti-submarine warfare operations.

Corner Alliance

Corner Alliance to Develop Emergency Guidance Tool for DHS

The Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate awarded over $1.5M to Corner Alliance for the development of a new emergency guidance planning app. The Federal Emergency Management Agency's website would feature the Alerts, Warnings and Notifications guidance tool that would offer best practices, customized resources and templates for emergency planning and readiness efforts, DHS said Tuesday.