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Sense and Respond Logistics Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities (Project Air Force)

by Robert S. Tripp

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Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military Science,
  • Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Intelligence,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8188575M
    ISBN 100833039784
    ISBN 109780833039781

      (a, May 6). Operational sense and respond logistics: Co-evolution of an adaptive enterprise capability (Concept Document [Short Version]). Washington DC: author. Office of Force Transformation. (b, May 6). Operational sense and respond logistics: Co-evolution of an adaptive enterprise capability (Architecture Concept Paper). Introducing Sense & Respond at DSC Logistics Excerpts from Chapter 11 of Adaptive Enterprise: Creating and Leading Sense-and-Respond Organizations, HBSP , pp .. [In] the mids, the time required to adapt to new, significantly different changes in the needs of DSC’s individual customers averaged three years.

    You need to be both. You need stability and this dynamic capability. If you just move fast and you go away from stability—losing any sense of centralization or quality control or risk management or the ability to capture economics of scale—what you find are these $10 billion or $20 billion companies that are trying to act like a start-up. factors: defining operational logistics, developing an operational logistics planning process, conducting a case study on Operation Desert Storm, and defining the logistics characteristic of responsiveness. For the purpose of making the determination, the .

    "Sense and Respond" is a concept which was developed within the science of control theory several decades ago. Historically the concept was used in closed systems such as factories or refineries and involved making comparisons between measurements of industrial processes and the expected values of those measurements. part of the S&RL Program. Inherent in the design will be the capability to integrate / demonstrate multiple components either from existing USMC logistics systems or S&T products developed under separate contract. Overview. Background. The Sense and Respond Logistics program seeks to enable USMC logistics modernization.


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Sense and Respond Logistics Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities (Project Air Force) by Robert S. Tripp Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sense and Respond Logistics Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit research organization providing objective analysis and effective solutions that address the challenges facing the public and private sectors around the world.

This monograph discusses U.S. Air Force progress toward implementing sense and respond logistics or, as defined more broadly, sense and respond combat support. It describes some of the research that has been conducted on the military combat support system, focusing on improvements in prediction capability, responsiveness of supply chains, and a Cited by: 5.

: Sense and Respond Logistics Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities (Project Air Cited by: 5. Sense and respond logistics: integrating prediction, responsiveness, and control capabilities.

[Robert S Tripp] -- This monograph describes some of the research that has been conducted on the military combat support system. It identifies the elements of sense and respond combat support and shows what is necessary. Sense and Respond Logistics: Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities Robert S.

Tripp, Mahyar A. Amouzegar, Ronald G. McGarvey, Rick Bereit, David George Rand Corporation. DTIC ADA Sense and Respond Logistics: Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities Item Preview.

Sense and Respond Logistics Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities av Robert S Tripp, Mahyar A Amouzegar, Ronald G McGarvey. "Sense and Respond" Capabilities Can Make the Air Force Combat Support System More Agile Sense and Respond Logistics: Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities About RAND Reports.

Sense and Respond Logistics: Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities Strategic Analysis of Air National Guard Combat Support and Reachback Functions Supporting Air and Space Expeditionary Forces: Expanded Operational Architecture for Combat Support Execution Planning and Control Over the course of its nine chapters, this edited volume addresses significant issues in military logistics including: a) Restructuring processes via OR methods aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the military logistics, b) Sense-and-Respond logistics prediction and coordination techniques that provide competitive advantage.

Sense and Respond Logistics: Integrating Prediction, Responsiveness, and Control Capabilities This research brief summarizes a promising approach -- sense and respond combat support -- to distributing materiel to fielded forces as they need them and to adapting quickly to changing operational needs.

Operational Responsiveness In Logistics Response 8 Real-time Visibility 9 Immediate Sense and Respond 9 Continuous Improvement 9 The Progress Control Tower 10 Summary 3. 2 SUMMARY There will be continuing challenges ahead for the transport and logistics market With rough times predicted, there is increased pressure to.

Each of the five organizational maturity levels in this model contains characteristics associated with predictability capability, control, effectiveness, and efficiency (McCormack & Johnson,pp.

Sense and respond logistics: Integrating prediction, responsiveness, and control capabilities (RAND Monograph AF). Retrieved from. Kritchanchai and MacCarthy () argue that responsiveness is divided into four main components, stimuli, awareness, capabilities.

and. goals. Stimuli are the major factors driving firms to respond, creating incentives to develop capabilities that impact a. • Develop and evolve the emerging concept of Sense and Respond Logistics • Perform Agent-Based Modeling to study network behavior • Develop and iterate an IT prototype of an S&RL system • Test and evaluate, through broad-based experimentation, the integrated capability • Produce rapid, periodic releases of the evolving S&RL enhanced capability • Develop a.

Sense and Respond – a DoD View Defined by DoD: “Sense and Respond” is a logistics system interwoven with network-centric operations and based upon highly adaptive, self-synchronizing, dynamically reconfigurable demand and supply networks that anticipate and stimulate actions to enhance capability or mitigate support shortfalls.

Sense & Respond is a robust replacement of the legacy managerial paradigm. It is a fundamentally different framework of purpose, strategy, structure and governance that systematically leverages adaptive individuals, technologies and infrastructures to produce and scale adaptive organizational behavior.

Logistics Command and Control (Log C2), Marines can deploy with information technology (IT) and process tools to fill gaps for supported and supporting units.2 In today's joint environment, urgent modernization of Marine Corps logistics with Sense and Respond Logistics. 5 organization such as responsiveness, skill and flexibility, to quickly respond to the changes for extracting benefits) and (iii) agility providers (organizational elements like technology, people, process and innovation which establish the capabilities) (Sharifi & Zhang, ).

Pacific region will require different organizational structures, greater integration of the institutional Army with the operating force, differing vehicles and protection and reinvestment in capabilities ignored over the past 10 years such as joint logistics over-the-shore (JLOTS) and watercraft.

The sustainment vision for addressing future. logistics system, in real time, which is the stated goal of both the US and UK armed forces. S&RL and AL in the US 1 Author’s Accepted Version of Hingst, Ray () 'Sense and respond' and 'autonomic' logistics: a review of US and UK developments.

Australian Defence Force Journal (). pp. ISSN Accessed from USQ ePrints.A number of supply chain analysts believe that, to remain competitive, companies will eventually have to transform their supply chains from being “focused on trying to predict demand to customer-driven chains that are organized to respond to demand with lightning speed” [“Buiding Sense and Respond Supply Chain Networks,” by Editorial Staff, Supply Chain Digest, 17 .The book aims to bridge the gap between the abundant literature on commercial logistics and its scarce defense & combat counterpart.

This collection of useful insights into new trends and research will offer an ideal reference for practitioners and army related personnel interested in integrating scientific rigor to improve logistics management.