JCSys to provide expertise to the Maritime Multi-Link programme

Posted Thursday August 24, 2017

JCSys Ltd, in collaboration with ATEQ Consulting Ltd, have been selected by the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), Situational Awareness, Command and Control Delivery Team (SACC DT) to provide Tactical Data Link (TDL) subject matter expertise across a broad range of disciplines to the Maritime Multi-Link (MML) programme.

The MML Programme will deliver a significant uplift in capability to the TDL systems (to include Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, STDL-E and data forwarding) on Royal Navy (RN) vessels (including T45, QEC, T23 and LPD). The JCSys team will deliver high quality advice and support to the SACC DT customer (and wider stakeholders) on all technical and acquisition aspects of the MML programme to achieve main gate approval.

This support will ensure that:

  • The provision of Systems Engineering and Naval Combat System domain expertise facilitates a coherent and harmonised technology migration from current to proposed operational capability
  • RN operational needs are translated into a robust requirements set that enable assessment of the solution
  • The iSMART process is applied effectively to maximise levels of TDL interoperability from the solution
  • A clear and appropriate Integrated, Test & Acceptance Plan is in place

The JCSys Ltd team is delighted to have won this contract and firmly believe that the award recognises the very high level of specialist expertise resident in the companies involved, thus enabling a robust team solution to be provided.

We very much look forward to supporting both the DT and the wider operational communities in their endeavours in this important programme.