Trideum systems engineering establishes a proper balance between performance, risk, cost, and schedule.
Trideum has repeatedly and successfully applied a systems engineering approach to develop and validate requirements, develop systems and technical architectures, and develop and integrate software and applications. Trideum develops integration planning and management documents, conducts integration activities, and documents the results against established user, contract, program, specification, and functional requirements. Trideum’s experienced professionals identify and resolve deficiencies, redundancies, and discrepancies to meet user-defined requirements.
Trideum brings a deep understanding to technical integration of complex testing and experiment events, bringing together multiple stakeholders, a wide variety of developmental and fielded systems, and a wide range of requirements for event control, data management and collection, and post event analysis.
An example of Trideum success in Systems Engineering has been in our support to PEO Integration. Since 2007, Trideum has provided engineering, system engineering, and process engineering support to PEO Integration, formerly PM Future Combat Systems (FCS), through its support of the Cross Command Collaboration Environment (3CE) Project. Trideum was critical in the implementation of a process that allowed for the integration of data collection, analysis, instrumentation, and simulation assets from several commands and organizations in support of test and evaluation activities being conducted by then PM FCS. In 2009 it was estimated that during the technical field test the collaboration and common environment saved the program five million dollars.
In another example, Trideum provided system engineering, technical, and mission level support to a Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) program which sought to create a ground vehicle to demonstrate sensor fusion technologies needed for detecting IEDs in support of the route clearance mission. Trideum designed, developed, and integrated GOTS and COTS equipment into two of the four subsystems: the Operator Interface and the Knowledge Base. Trideum’s role in system design and system operation enabled a clean feedback loop to support system refinement in assigned areas. Trideum provided analytical support for the selected sensors in areas such as sensor hardware and software trade studies, white papers defining appropriate application of proposed technologies, design and execution of characterization tests, and proposed methods for improving correlation of sensor data relative to phenomenologies of interest. Trideum also provided system engineering support in a number of areas to include demonstration concept development, system concept development, requirements elicitation and allocation, change and configuration management, test readiness planning, and performance measure definition as well as development of system checklists and subsystem operator manuals.
Trideum has wealth of experience and capability in solving complex problems, and developing viable solutions utilizing streamlined systems engineering processes.