MDW Team Partner: Modern Technology Solutions, Inc (MTSI)

http://www.mtsi-va.com/

Modern Technology Solutions, Inc., a “employee-owned and operated” technology firm, provides leading edge technical services in unmanned systems engineering, ballistic missile defense, air vehicle survivability and flight test operations. MTSI’s core capabilities include System Engineering, Test and Evaluation, Modeling and Simulation, Acquisition Planning, Operational Concept Development, Business and Financial Management and Safety Management Systems.

SOW 3.2 Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

Under FA 7037-09-G-2300-0002, MTSI provides the Air Force engineering-level assessments and/or characterizations of 1) the guidance, navigation and control (GNC) subsystems of various foreign weapon systems, 2) the various satellite navigation (SATNAV) systems and signals, 3) selected foreign military communications systems, 4) SATNAV user segment capabilities and technologies, 5) foreign military concepts of operation and selected tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP), 6) foreign military research and development testing activities, 7) foreign military operational training activities, and 8) foreign military orders of battle. MTSI personnel conduct exhaustive searches of existing classified and unclassified data, extract the relevant information, and assemble the parts into comprehensive analytical products. MTSI engineers also develop complex, mission-specific modeling and simulation tools to aid in weapon system concept development, weapon system acquisition, and operational planning capability development.

SOW 3.3 Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

Under A922-11-C-0001, MTSI is the primary support contractor for the U.S. Air Force’s Distributed Mission Operations Center (DMOC) located at Kirtland Air Force Base.  The DMOC is a premier facility that integrates live, virtual, and constructive air, land, maritime, space, and cyber capabilities into common environments for the U.S. Air Force, Joint and Coalition combat training, mission rehearsal, testing, and experimentation.  The DMOC requires the integration of more than 300 users internationally to support operations, which have various scenarios that require 24/7 support.  The DMOC links U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps assets to provide joint distributed training opportunities to Warfighters with a wargaming infrastructure that includes over 450 computers, and 40 local and 30 wide area networks (LANs and WANs).  MTSI provides, among other capabilities, the engineering and modeling and simulation support necessary to ensure the successful integration of 20 different weapons and Command, Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) systems focused on development, integration, upgrades, testing, event execution, and reporting.  After enhancements to the models are complete, MTSI integrates the new capabilities into the facility and then has primary responsibility for testing the modification against design specifications, including Verification, Validation and Accreditation activities.  MTSI also manages multiple subcontractors as part of this effort and achieved a 100 percent retention rate

MTSI also performs Ballistic Missile Threat Assessment Modeling, Simulation and Analysis to the MDA under a classified contract.  MTSI generates threat system flight profiles and databases using UMPIRE (STAMP, IMPULSE, DICE, OMEGA, TG) and MTSI’s G-6DOF modeling tools.  They also apply their EADSIM and STK expertise for ballistic missile scenario development. MTSI has generated numerous ballistic missile countermeasure suites and data packages.  Using Intelligence products as well as engineering- and physics-derived judgments, they develop a holistic understanding of the threat systems and develop advanced technologies to defeat them. The MTSI team also provides special studies and responds to routine and short notice requests to develop threat-engineering products at the analyst and executive presentation level.

SOW 3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support

 

SOW 3.20 Program Support