DCS Corp develops knowledge management solutions for mission planning, mission analysis, aviation logistics, computer-based training, and program management for our customers in the national security sector. Our Knowledge Management systems benefit our customers by collecting and synthesizing data to provide training, situational awareness and/or decision solutions to end users.
DCS Corp is the principal software developer of NAVAIR’s Weaponeering and Stores Planning (WASP) system and the Digital Flight Planning System (DFPS). WASP enables the F/A-18 pilot to select the most effective weapon(s) to be used against a target. Following determination of the most effective weapon, WASP assists the pilot in formulating a safe aircraft load plan, as well as safe delivery and escape plans for each weapon release. WASP is the
primary mission planning application for F/A-18 interdiction missions and other missions involving air-to-surface weapons employment. DFPS supports mission planning and data cartridge loading for the US Coast Guard HH-65, C-130 and HH-60J aircraft. DCS Corp also provides digital map editing and thermal modeling toolkits to support third-party mission planning application development.
DCS Corp has provided knowledge management tools to support USMC aviation logistics since 2001. DCS Corp currently maintains TALPS, the T-AVB Automated Load Planning System, which automates the facility loading and configuration process for the Marine Corps’ specialized floating aviation maintenance ships. DCS Corp assisted in the development of the Aviation Logistics Planning Module prototype, which is currently being developed as the Logistics Planning Tool (LPT) through the Marine Aviation Logistics Support Program II program. LPT will provide recommendations for equipment, supplies and personnel replenishment based on an artificial intelligence engine which analyzes sortie rates, mission types, and aircraft maintenance history.
DCS Corp has developed numerous computer-based trainers (CBTs) for various flight computers, avionics radios such as the RT/ARC-210, and avionics sensors such as the GPS and INS. These CBTs include high-fidelity, free-play simulations of the task being trained. DCS Corp engineers are experts in the development of training materials, training systems and training aids for proper use and safety of night vision devices. DCS Corp has completed and delivered training packages/systems for the SH-60-B FLIR, AH-1W Night Targeting System, and the Night Vision Goggles for Driving, Monocular Night Vision Device, and Target Location and Observation System programs.
DCS Corp developed the Contract Management System (CMS), a web-centric application that provides comprehensive oversight and management capability for tracking, analyzing, and reporting on the complex details associated with various contract types. The relational database stores and maintains the pertinent data associated with each specific contract to include options, task orders, modifications, and each CLIN or SLIN as appropriate. The CMS application provides the capability to generate a wide variety of standard and customized reports that can be viewed directly in the web application. The CMS application provides our customers with current insight into expenditures on their program.
In addition to supporting the safety and security of the American warfighter, we view involvement in our local communities as an extension of our corporate mission to contribute to the well-being of the nation.