With its long history of providing advanced mission planning solutions for the U.S. Air Force, Tapestry Solutions has been selected to support the USAF Air Mobility Command’s (AMC) Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System (CAMPS) for another five years. As a subcontractor to DPRA, Tapestry will provide software development, operations and training as follow-on to the CAMPS sustainment contract awarded in 2011.
CAMPS is a command-and-control (C2) system that enables effective planning and scheduling of airlift and tanker aircraft missions during peacetime, contingency, humanitarian and wartime operations. CAMPS provides the status of air mobility planning and scheduling activities, from initial tasking through mission completion.
The C2 system provides an integrated view of mobility requirements, resources and commitments using network-centric data solutions and a commercial off-the-shelf graphical interface. It helps ensure efficient allocation of aircrews and aircraft – a top priority for the AMC, which must meet increased global demands for airlift missions with less capacity and at lower cost.
In addition to the CAMPS effort, Tapestry is developing an advanced airdrop mission planning software tailored to AMC’s C-17 and C-130 military transport aircraft. As the prime contractor for this effort, Tapestry is upgrading software for the Consolidated Airdrop Tool, known as CAT, which is used to calculate and plot both conventional and precision airdrop solutions to accurately deliver supplies to warfighters in remote, austere environments.
Operating as a division within Boeing Global Services, Tapestry also provides mission planning solutions for military aircraft including the F-15, F/A-18, F-22 and T-38, as well as the Tomahawk missile, the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) guidance kit, unmanned air vehicles and several other platforms. Drawing from decades of experience and the resources of the Boeing enterprise, Tapestry is committed to developing the next generation of mission planning technology.
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