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Title: Royal Canadian Navy Outlook 2015 The RCN


1
Royal Canadian Navy Outlook 2015The RCNs
Requirements, Priorities and Industry
Engagement30 March 2015
  • Captain (N) Rich Feltham, RCN
  • Director Naval Major Crown Projects (DNMCP)

2
Outline
  • About DNR / DNMCP
  • Team Responsibilities
  • The Plan
  • Roadmaps
  • Priorities

3
DNR Responsibilities
  • Capability Development
  • Future Capital Acquisition
  • Project Directorship
  • Underway Capital Acquisition
  • Requirements Definition
  • Managing the Requirements Portfolio
  • Unforecasted Operational Requirements
  • Joint Requirements
  • Matrix-ing (working in NDHQ)
  • Allies and their Capital Programmes
  • Engagement with Industry
  • Engagement of Allies
  • Engagement of RD Staffs

4
Directorate of Naval Requirements (DNR)
DNR Capt Wade Carter, RCN 819-939-3954

Capability Areas
Class
CPC Cdr David Coffey 819-939-3951
DNR 2 Cdr Simon Nadeau 819-939-3949
Maritime Domain Awareness ISTAR
DNR 3 Cdr Rollie Leyte 819-939-3946
DNR 8 Cdr Scott Godin 819-939-3973
Platform Requirements, MCDV, MCM, Diving, etc
Halifax Class Modernization
DNR 4 Cdr Mike McEntee 819-939-3986
DNR 9 Cdr Paul Sutherland 819-939-3976
Above Water Warfare Requirements
Submarine Requirements
DNR 5 Cdr Al Fry 819-939-3969
Under Water Warfare Training Simulation
DNR 6 Cdr Andy Samoluk 819-939-3971
Communications and Information Systems

5
DNMCP Responsibilities
  • New Directorate in Director General Naval Force
    Development (DGNFD)
  • Project Directorship
  • Concerned with three Naval Major Crown Projects
  • Arctic / Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS)
  • Joint Support Ship (JSS)
  • Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC)

6
Directorate of Naval Major Crown Projects (DNMCP)
DNMCP Capt(N) Rich Feltham, 819-934-0437

CSC Cdr Scott Shortridge 819-997-2257
JSS Cdr Fred Caron 819-997-7622
AOPS Cdr Trevor MacLean 819-997-7325

7
2015 - Capital Investment Plan
AOPS Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS)
BSSU Bow Sonar System Upgrade (BSSU)
CISU Communications Intercept Suite Upgrade (CISU)
CSC Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC)
CUMA Canadian Underwater Mine Warfare Apparatus (CUMA)
GCCS Global Command and Control System - Maritime (GCCS-M) Ver 4.X
HCM HALIFAX Class Modernization (HCM/FELEX)
HWTU Heavy Weight Torpedo Upgrade (HWTU)
ISTAR RCN ISTAR Program - TCDL, CSD, UAV (ISTAR)
JSS Joint Support Ship (JSS)
KHSDC KINGSTON Class High Speed Data Connection (KHSDC)
LWTU Light Weight Torpedo Upgrade (LWTU)
MENACE Maritime Next Generation Radio Suite (MeNaCe)
MRB Multi Role Boat (MRB)
MSCU Maritime Satellite Communications Upgrade Project (MSCU)
MTC2 Maritime Tactical Command and Control (MTC2)
NEARO Naval Electronic Attack Recapitalization Onboard (NEARO)
NEWSS Naval Electronic Warfare System Sub Surface (NEWSS)
NEWSU Naval Electronic Warfare System Surface (NEWSU)
NICE Naval Improved Clothing and Equipment (NICE)
NLT Naval Large Tug (NLT)
NRWS Naval Remote Weapons Station (NRWS)
PDSMU Point Defence Missile System - Upgrade (PDSMU)
RMDS Remote Minehunting and Disposal System
RSSLE Route Survey System Life Extension (RSSLE)
SB StrongBow (SB)
SCLE Submarine Capability Life Extension (SCLE)
SECLAN Secure Local Area Network (SecLAN)
SELEX Submarine Equipment Life Extension (SELEX)
SERC Submarine Escape Rescue Capability (SERC)
SIRIUS HCM/ SIRIUS
SNR Sub Net Relay (SNR)
SSD Surface Supplied Diving (SSD)
TTCU Towed Torpedo Countermeasures Upgrade (TTCU)
UWSU Underwater Warfare Suite Upgrade (UWSU)
Investment Planned
Investment Proposed
8
Harry DeWolf Class Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship
  • Purpose
  • 6 vessels _at_ Program 3.5B net tax
  • New capability focused on continental
    constabulary operations including the Arctic
    during the navigable season
  • in support of Canada First Defence Strategy
    2008 and Northern Strategy
  • Project Status
  • In Implementation
  • Definition Phase ends fall 2015
  • Cut Steel at Irving Shipyard in Sep 2015
  • HMCS Harry DeWolf delivered May 2018
  • IOC 2019
  • FOC 2023
  • Platform
  • Core Capabilities
  • Ice Capable - up to 1m of first year ice with
    old ice inclusions
  • Armed 25mm gun main armament and 2 .50cal
    secondary mounts
  • Long range/endurance 6800nm range and 120day
    endurance
  • Command and control accommodate and enable
    interoperability with OGDs, SOF or the Canadian
    Army
  • Helo Capable can provide limited support to
    CH148 Cyclone

9
Queenston ClassJoint Support Ship
Purpose
  • Recapitalize fleet replenishment capability
  • Deliver joint effects as resources permit.

Budget 2.3B BY (excl tax) to deliver two ships
(option for a third vessel if it is affordable or
if additional internal funding becomes available)
Platform
  • Project Status
  • In Definition
  • Definition Phase ends 2017
  • Cut Steel at Vancouver Shipyards in April 2017
  • HMCS QUEENSTON delivered June 2019
  • HMCS CHÂTEAUGUAY delivered in June 2020
  • IOC 2019
  • FOC 2020
  • Key Operational Requirements
  • - 29 days of Task Group fuel and supplies
  • - 2 CH 148 maritime helicopters
  • - 2 dual-purpose RAS stations
  • - 239 personnel accommodation
  • - limited sealift / limited support to
    operations ashore

IOC
FOC
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
10
Canadian Surface Combatant
  • Purpose
  • Up to 15 vessels _at_ 26.2B
  • Area Air Defence/Task Group C2 Variant
  • General Purpose Variant
  • replacement of IROQUOIS HALIFAX Classes
  • in support of Canada First Defence Strategy -
    2008
  • Project Status
  • In Definition
  • Industry Engagements ongoing
  • Steel Cut (2020)
  • 1st CSC (2025)
  • Recent Highlights and Next Steps
  • Procurement approach recommendation is being
    progressed through Project Governance a decision
    is expected in early 2015.
  • Platform
  • Core Capabilities
  • Anti-Submarine Warfare, Anti-Surface Warfare,
    Anti-Air Warfare, Maritime Interdiction
    Operations and Naval Fire Support
  • CH-148 Cyclone Helicopter, Maritime Remote
    Autonomous Systems
  • Area Air Defence/Command and Control capabilities
  • 3D Long Range Surveillance Capability
  • Fighter Control
  • Embarked TG Command Staff with supporting
    communications/accommodation

CA
IOC
FOC
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020-2024 2025 2026 2027-2041 2042 2043
PA(Imp)
PA(Def 1)
Closeout
Today
11
Maritime Sat Com Upgrade (MSCU)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • New multiband satellite communications equipment
    fits to Halifax, Kingston, and JSS ships that
    will meet class-specific Information Exchange
    Requirements (IERs), with an initial look to the
    year 2020, as well as meet interoperability
    requirements of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF)
    and Allies.
  • Each ship-set includes
  • Above deck equipment Pedestal, antenna, radome
  • Below deck equipment Control systems, modems
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Suitable for shipboard installation (weight
    size restrictions)
  • Meets RCN IERs
  • Provides guarantee of satellite service access
  • Meets DND security requirements
  • Meets US DOD Wideband Global SATCOM System (WGS)
    certification requirements
  • Complies with warship environmental requirements
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • MSCU Project Director
  • LCdr Glen Ryan
  • DNR 6-3
  • Glen.Ryan2_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3989
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Implementation
  • Strategic Context Document 2014
  • 1st PA N/A
  • Modelling Simulation N/A
  • Business Case Analysis 2014
  • 2nd PA N/A
  • Definition N/A
  • Modelling Simulation N/A
  • Concept Development Experimentation N/A
  • Implementation Jan 2015
  • Contract Award Late 2015
  • IOC 2017
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 70M

12
Naval Remote Weapons Station (NRWS)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To deliver Naval Remote Weapon Stations (NRWS)
    comprised of remote control stabilized directors
    and operator consoles. The remote weapon stations
    will incorporate the 0.50 calibre Heavy Machine
    Guns (HMG) and 7.62mm machine guns currently in
    service.
  • The NRWS will provide stabilization and
    electro-optical fire control support to the HMG.
    The mount director will include
    electro-optic/infra-red, laser range finding, and
    automatic target tracking for detection, tracking
    and weapons directing that will greatly enhance
    current self-defence capabilities.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Enhance the close-in element of layered defence
    employed in Halifax class ships and Joint Support
    Ships (JSS) against small sea-surface and
    low-slow flyer air threats while underway or
    alongside
  • Procure, install, integrate, test, and spare
    four-mount (4) per ship NRWS that provides
    sufficient coverage and includes Day/Night
    Electro-Optical (EO) surveillance, Laser Range
    Finding (LRF) equipment, automatic tracking to
    provide a Fire Control Solution (FCS) for firing
    engagements, and a remote operator station
  • Train operator and maintenance personnel and
  • Provide a comprehensive short and long term
    operations and maintenance
  • strategy, including documentation, spares and any
    special tools and test
  • Equipment
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NRWS Project Director
  • Lt(N) John Goodyear
  • DNR 4-3
  • John.Goodyear_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3967
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Implementation
  • Strategic Context Document N/A
  • 1st PA N/A
  • Modelling Simulation 2006
  • Business Case Analysis N/A
  • 2nd PA N/A
  • Definition XXX 2012
  • Modelling Simulation XXX 2014
  • Concept Development Experimentation XXX 2015
  • Implementation Jul 2014
  • Contract Award Feb 2016
  • IOC Jun 2018
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 75.8M

13
Canadian Underwater Minewarfare Apparatus (CUMA)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The replacement CUMA will provide the RCN with
    the capability to investigate underwater contacts
    to a depth of 81 Metres for 20 minutes (time on
    task) without incurring decompression stops.
  • The system will use a mixture of 3 different
    breathing gasses TRIMIX instead of the current
    Helium, Oxygen mix (HELIOX).
  • The re-breather will feature electronic self
    diagnostics and display to the diver and also
    feature a manual over-ride.
  • The system will incorporate an emergency Bail out
    system, Auxiliary Gas Supply and communication
    and tracking system.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Military Off The Shelf (must be in service with
    allied navy)
  • Switchable between HELIOX and TRIMIX
  • Comply with STANAGs for Acoustic and magnetic
    signatures
  • Manual over-ride for electronic system
  • Incorporate emergency Bail out system
  • Incorporate AGS
  • Support Through Water Comms
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • CUMA Project Director
  • LCdr Graham Collins
  • DNR 3-5
  • Graham.Collins_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3965
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Options Analysis
  • Strategic Context Document N/A
  • Business Case Analysis 2015
  • Definition 2017
  • Implementation Approval 2019
  • Contract Award 2020
  • IOC 2021
  • FOC 2025
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 20M

14
Lightweight Torpedo Upgrade (LWTU)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of this project is to upgrade the
    Canadian MK 46 Mod 5A (Shallow Water) Lightweight
    Torpedo to improve fleet survivability against
    evolving near and medium-term underwater threats.
  • REQUIREMENTS
  • The ability to neutralise underwater threat
    platforms before they reach their maximum
    effective weapon firing range.
  • The ability to neutralise underwater threats
    without risk to manned UWW platforms.
  • The ability to employ the weapon from a full
    spectrum of air and surface UWW platforms.
  • The ability to evolve the weapon system to ensure
    continued tactical and technical currency.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • LWTU Project Director
  • LCdr Stephen Wall
  • DNR 5-2
  • Stephen.Wall_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3970
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2017
  • Business Case Analysis - 2019
  • Definition 2020
  • Implementation 2021 to 2025
  • Request for Proposal Release 2021 to 2025
  • Contract Award 2021 to 2025
  • IOC 2026 to 2035
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value Estimate - 250 million-
    499 million

15
System of Training Operational Readiness
Modernization (STORM)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of this project is to support Naval
    Training System Transformation and Fleet
    Synthetic Training requirements by modernizing
    the RCN's system of training to ensure optimal
    use of methodologies, technologies and
    infrastructures to meet requirements in the most
    cost effective manner.
  • REQUIREMENTS
  • The ability to manage the full spectrum of
    elements which comprise the RCN system of
    training.
  • The ability to design, develop, implement and
    evolve new training methods using modern training
    technologies.
  • The ability to deliver RCN training effectively
    and efficiently for the full spectrum of RCN
    capabilities.
  • The ability to deliver classified training
    without risk of compromise.
  • The ability to integrate RCN training with
    combined and joint partners.
  • The ability to deliver training at lowest cost to
    GOC without compromise to the combat
    effectiveness of the RCN.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • STORM Project Director
  • LCdr Charles Doma
  • DNR 5-4
  • Charles.Doma_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3994
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document Summer 2016
  • Business Case Analysis 2018
  • Definition 2018
  • Implementation 2020
  • Request for Proposal Release 2021
  • Contract Award 2021
  • Final Delivery 2023 to 2031
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value Estimate- 50M to 99M

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Torpedo Countermeasures Hardkill (TORCH)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of this project is to provide RCN
    frigates, support ships and submarines with an
    effective defensive capability against the full
    range of modern and emerging threat torpedoes by
    adding a hard kill anti-torpedo weapon to
    compliment shipboard soft-kill torpedo
    countermeasure systems.
  • REQUIREMENTS
  • The ability to neutralise the full spectrum of
    torpedo threats.
  • The ability to defend a single unit, and to
    defend escorted units, from torpedo attack.
  • The ability to employ the weapon from a full
    spectrum of air, surface and subsurface UWW
    platforms.
  • The ability to evolve the weapon system to ensure
    continued tactical and technical currency.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • TORCH Project Director
  • LCdr Stephen Wall
  • DNR 5-2
  • Stephen.Wall_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3970
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2017
  • Business Case Analysis - 2018
  • Definition 2020
  • Implementation 2021
  • Request for Proposal Release 2021
  • Contract Award 2022
  • Final Delivery 2022 to 2026
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value Estimate- 100M to 249M

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NMCM Support Craft (NMCSC)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of the project is to acquire a Rigid-hull
    Inflatable Boat (RIB) with the capability to
    transport and deploy Naval Mine Countermeasures
    (NMCM) systems, Clearance Divers and Unmanned
    Underwater Vehicles (UUVs)..
  • The Naval Mine Countermeasures Support Craft
    (NMCSC) project will deliver up to five
    deployable RIBs equipped to carry a Clearance
    Diving Team and/or deploy NMCM UUVs with sensor
    packages and disposal systems, and to operate
    outside of visual range of any supporting
    platform/unit. The project will also address
    spares, training and Technical Data Package.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • The NMCSC will be a combat system intended for
    operation in a sea mine threat area.
  • The NMCSC will be fully capable of operation in
    littoral waters, with expected air/water
    temperatures and salinity ranging from polar
    through temperate to equatorial latitudes at
    depths from 10 to 200 meters.
  • The NMCSC will be capable of deploying over the
    horizon up to 25 NM from a support platform or
    shore facility
  • Equipped with navigation, communications and
    radar for safe deployment
  • Compatible with existing and projected Launch and
    Recovery systems of RCN platforms
  • Have a minimum of two crew, plus up to six person
    dive team with support equipment
  • Capable of deploying and recovering RMDS
    Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) and
    Expendable Mine Disposal Systems (EMDS)
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NMCSC Project Director
  • LCdr David Botting
  • DNR 3-2
  • david.botting_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3960
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2018
  • Business Case Analysis - 2020
  • Definition - 2020
  • Implementation - 2021 to 2025
  • Request for Proposal Release - 2021 to 2025
  • Contract Award 2021 to 2025
  • IOC - 2021 to 2025
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 20 M

18
NMCM Unmanned Surface Vessel (NMCM USV)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To develop a remote controlled/autonomous Naval
    Mine Countermeasures Unmanned Surface Vehicle
    (NMCM USV) capability to launch and recover
    remote minehunting systems to reduce the risk to
    ships, submarines and personnel from the threat
    of sea mines. The NMCM USV will search for,
    detect, classify, identify, and dispose of modern
    sea mines and Underwater Improvised Explosive
    Devices (UIEDs) from a stand-off surface platform.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • The NMCM USV will be a combat system intended for
    operation in a sea mine threat area.
  • The NMCM USV will be fully capable of operation
    in littoral waters, with expected air/water
    temperatures and salinity ranging from polar
    through temperate to equatorial latitudes at
    depths from 10 to 200 meters.
  • The NMCM USV will be capable of deploying over
    the horizon up to 4 NM from a support platform or
    shore facility
  • Capable of remote control or autonomous operation
  • Equipped with integrated navigation and direct
    data-link communications for real time data
    analysis and control
  • Capable of remotely deploying and recovering
    RMDS Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) and
    Expendable Mine Disposal Systems (EMDS)
  • Compatible with existing and projected Launch and
    Recovery systems of RCN platforms
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NMCM USV Project Director
  • LCdr David Botting
  • DNR 3-2
  • david.botting_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3960
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2016
  • Business Case Analysis 2018
  • Definition - 2018
  • Implementation - 2020
  • Request for Proposal Release - 2020
  • Contract Award - 2021 to 2025
  • IOC - 2025
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 50-99 M

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Maritime Next Generation Comms Suite (MeNaCe)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • Provide the Halifax Class frigates with the next
    generation of software definable radios
    (non-SATCOM) capable ofsupporting modern
    information exchange requirements.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Support current and future Information Exchange
    Requirements for Line of Sight and Beyond Line of
    Sight ranges without the necessity of a satellite
    connection.
  • Capable of supporting software waveforms
    compliant with legacy communications standards
    currently in use (such as radio teletype) as well
    as current/future standards such as Automatic
    Link Establishment and High Frequency Internet
    Protocol.
  • Conform to the size, weight, power and heat
    constraints of radio equipment rooms.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • MeNaCe Project Director
  • CPO1 Claude Morissette
  • DNR 6-2
  • Claude.Morissette_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3984
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document TBD
  • 1st PA N/A
  • Modelling Simulation N/A
  • Business Case Analysis TBD
  • 2nd PA N/A
  • Definition TBD
  • Modelling Simulation N/A
  • Concept Development Experimentation N/A
  • Implementation TBD
  • Contract Award TBD
  • IOC TBD
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 48M

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Naval Electronic Warfare System Sub Surface (NEWS
SS)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To upgrade the existing Electronic Intelligence
    (ELINT) and Electronic Support Measures (ESM)
    system in the Halifax Class frigates to provide
    signals intelligence and early warning of threat
    emitters to the ship.
  • The project will optimize Halifax Class frigates
    existing systems and sub-systems until
    end-of-life. The project will provide
    time-critical, tactically relevant warning of
    threat emissions by early detection and
    classification. The project will also provide
    interception, identification, platform
    correlation, analysis and direction finding of
    electronic emissions so as to provide the maximum
    effectiveness in ELINT/ESM surveillance. The
    project solution will be integrated into a single
    operator workstation.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Will detect, analyze, and record ELINT to provide
    information to the ships AAW and command teams
    to support coordinated analysis, targeting and
    indications and warnings of threats, passing info
    to allies at sea and our national collection
    centre, all in a five eyes format. and
  • Modular design will accommodate through life
    upgrades of components.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NEWS SS Project Director
  • CPO2 Gerry Doutre
  • DNR 4-2-2
  • Gerald.Doutre_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3988
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2016
  • 1st PA 2016
  • Modelling Simulation 2017
  • Business Case Analysis 2017
  • 2nd PA 2017
  • Definition 2017
  • Modelling Simulation 2018
  • Concept Development Experimentation 2018
  • Implementation 2019
  • Contract Award 2020
  • IOC 2021
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 20-49M

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Naval Electronic Warfare System Surface (NEWS SU)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To upgrade the existing Electronic Intelligence
    (ELINT) and Electronic Support Measures (ESM)
    system in Victoria Class submarines to provide
    signals intelligence and early warning of threat
    emitters to the submerged submarine.
  • The project will optimize Victoria Class
    submarines existing systems and sub-systems
    until end-of-life. The project will provide
    time-critical, tactically relevant warning of
    threat emissions by early detection and
    classification. The project will also provide
    interception, identification, platform
    correlation, analysis and direction finding of
    electronic emissions so as to provide the maximum
    effectiveness in ELINT/ESM surveillance. The
    project solution will be integrated into a single
    operator workstation.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Will detect, analyze, and record ELINT
  • Will pass information to the ships AAW and
    command teams to support coordinated analysis,
    targeting and indications and warnings of
    threats, passing info to allies at sea and our
    national collection centre, all in a five eyes
    format. and
  • Modular design will accommodate through life
    upgrades of components.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NEWS SU Project Director
  • CPO2 Gerry Doutre
  • DNR 4-2-2
  • Gerald.Doutre_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3988
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2016
  • 1st PA 2016
  • Modelling Simulation 2017
  • Business Case Analysis 2017
  • 2nd PA 2017
  • Definition 2017
  • Modelling Simulation 2018
  • Concept Development Experimentation 2018
  • Implementation 2019
  • Contract Award 2020
  • IOC 2021
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 20-49M

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Naval Electronic Attack Recapitalization Onboard
(NEAR-O)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To provide Electronic Counter Measures (ECM)
    self-defence to the Halifax Class frigate from
    target designation and missile lock. The
    capability currently resident in the
    Reprogrammable Advanced Multimode Shipborne ECM
    System (RAMSES), designated the AN/SLQ-503, needs
    to be upgraded or replaced.
  • The project will provide a capability that is
    part of ships layered defence doctrine used by
    NATO nations to enhance effectiveness in ASM
    defence . The new system will be integrated with
    the Halifax Class CMS and must meet Canadian
    Security Establishment protocols. Reliance on the
    use of tactical libraries should be limited and
    be adaptable to rapidly evolving threats.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Provide an electronic attack system solution to
    effectively counter anti-ship cruise missiles
    fitted with active seekers as identified in
    threat databases
  • Improve survivability of the Halifax Class and
    its associated naval task group against anti-ship
    cruise missiles fitted with active seekers in all
    environments, including in the littoral
  • Provide an accurate and enduring solution in a
    complex and evolving battlespace with multiple
    threats
  • Reduce reliance to electronic intelligence
    databases to be effective
  • Reduce reliance to hardkill systems to ensure
    survivability of the Halifax Class and
  • As much as possible, reuse the HALIFAX Class
    existing system and sub-systems to end-of-life.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NEAR-O Project Director
  • Cdr McEntee
  • DNR 4
  • William.Loder_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3986
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2016
  • 1st PA 2016
  • Modelling Simulation 2017
  • Business Case Analysis 2017
  • 2nd PA 2017
  • Definition 2017
  • Modelling Simulation 2018
  • Concept Development Experimentation 2018
  • Implementation 2019
  • Contract Award 2020
  • IOC 2021
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 82M

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Maritime Tactical Command Control (MTC2)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • Maritime Tactical Command and Control (MTC2) will
    provide software to perform maritime tactical C2
    amongst Canadian naval platforms and between
    platforms and their superior and subordinate
    Commanders and interchange C2 information
    seamlessly with allied navies of US, UK, AUS and
    NZ.
  • Each shipset includes
  • Necessary hardware upgrades to the Naval
    Information Systems (NAVIS) to support the new
    software demands.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • HLMR have yet to be defined.
  • The desired operational outcome of the system
    will be reduced decision cycle times for maritime
    commanders at the operational and tactical level
    through
  • Enhanced Situational Awareness
  • Consolidated access to critical information
  • Standardized, automated and collaborative
    Planning, Execution and Assessment
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • RCN C2 Systems Project Director
  • LCdr Paul Frisby
  • DNR 2-5
  • paul.frisby_at_forces.gcc.a
  • 819-939-3990
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Pre-Identification
  • Strategic Context Document Fall 2016
  • Business Case Analysis - 2019
  • Definition 2019
  • Implementation 2021-2025
  • Contract Award 2021-2025
  • IOC 2021-2025
  • FOC 2026-2035
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 20M-50M

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Virtual Integrated Shipboard Information Network
(VISIoN)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To establish a common shipboard networking
    baseline, develop subject matter experts and put
    in place the framework, infrastructure and
    process required to leverage emerging
    technologies such as virtualisation, service
    oriented architecture and cloud computing.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Provide high-availability, mission critical
    network capabilities to support command and
    control, situational awareness, and decision
    support alongside for alongside and deployed RCN
    operations
  • Leverage technologies to reduce cost and effort
    of maintaining networking capabilities
  • Provide an integrated multi-level and
    multi-caveat environment while complying with DND
    and Government security regulations
  • Maintain connectivity and interoperability within
    DND, with other Government Departments, and with
    Allies
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • VISIoN Project Director
  • LCdr Scott Brousseau
  • DNR 6-7
  • scott.brousseau_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3992
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Pre-Identification
  • Strategic Context Document 2017
  • 1st PA N/A
  • Modelling Simulation N/A
  • Business Case Analysis 2018
  • 2nd PA N/A
  • Definition 2018
  • Modelling Simulation N/A
  • Concept Development Experimentation N/A
  • Implementation 2010
  • Contract Award 2021-2025
  • IOC 2022
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 50-99M

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RCN Intelligence, Surveillance, Tracking
Acquisition and Reconnaissance Unmanned Aircraft
System (RCN ISTAR UAS)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To provide a maritime Intelligence, Surveillance,
    Tracking Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR)
    capability through the delivery of a Shipborne
    Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for RCN major
    warships.
  • Each shipset includes
  • Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs)
  • A Launching system
  • A Recovery system
  • A Multi-Role Control Station
  • Note Quantity will be further defined through
    Option Analysis and Definition
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • NATO Class I UAV
  • Air worthy, certified by the RCAF and ADM(Mat)
  • Compliant with STANAG 4586, STANAG 4609 and
    STANAG 4545
  • Capable of being launched, operated and recovered
    from Canadian major warships at sea while
    remaining at the 1st degree of readiness
  • Capable of stealthy covert surveillance
  • Have an effective operational range beyond visual
    and surface radar line of sight at day and at
    night.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • RCN ISTAR Project Director
  • Lt(N) Caroline Gibson
  • DNR 2-8
  • caroline.gibson_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3952
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Pre-Identification
  • Strategic Context Document Fall 2015
  • Business Case Analysis 2018
  • Definition 2018
  • Implementation Early 2020
  • Contract Award Late 2020
  • IOC 2022
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 100M249M

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Multi-Role Boat (MRB)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of this project is to replace the Halifax
    class Rigid-hull Inflatable Boat (RIB) and the
    associated davit system with a new multi-function
    launch and recovery system (LARS). The LARS
    enhanced capability will support launch/recovery
    of fully manned MRB as well the existing Sea
    Rescue RIB, cargo and miscellaneous stores,
    equipment demands including possible future
    requirements (USV/UUV).
  • Each frigate system will include
  • Port and Stab articulating crane system
  • 9.3 m twin-engine, C2ISR equipped 12 man shock
    mitigating seating RIB.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • RIB capable performing all current and
    anticipated operations in effective and efficient
    manner while decreasing risk to personnel and
    mission
  • RIB shall enable personnel to arrive on task
    fully mission ready, minimizing the effects of
    sea, weather and physical shock from high speed
    operations
  • RIB capable of operating independently in all
    conditions of visibility/weather both inside and
    outside of frigates visual and radar horizons
  • LARS shall
  • Launch and recover fully crewed and loaded RIB
  • Minimum Safe Working Load of 15,500 pounds
  • Multi-functional to handle all current boat and
    materiel tasks of the existing davit and torpedo
    handling crane, and anticipated future
    requirements (UUV/USV)
  • Capable of launch and recovery operations for
    other Federal Government boats / RIBs
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • MRB Project Director
  • Mr. Mark De Smedt
  • DNR 3-7
  • Mark.DeSmedt_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3966
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Options Analysis
  • Strategic Context Document 28 November 2013
  • Business Case Analysis 23 Oct 2014
  • Modelling Simulation Dec 2014
  • Technical Investigation Report 24 February 2015
  • Definition Jan 2016
  • Implementation Jan 2017
  • Contract Award May 2017
  • IOC May 2018
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 85M

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Underwater Warfare System Upgrade (UWSU)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of this project is to modernize the
    underwater warfare suite that is currently
    installed in the Halifax Class frigates. This
    project will improve the performance of the
    underwater sensors through the upgrade and/or
    replacement of the components of the underwater
    warfare sensor suite.
  • Each ship set includes at minimum
  • A new passive array
  • A new sonobuoy processing system
  • An upgrade to the hull mounted sonar
  • A new active intercept
  • The project will also procure a minimum of four
    towed low frequency active sonars.
  • REQUIREMENTS
  • The ability to detect, localise, track and
    classify underwater threats to Canada, and North
    America, at operationally relevant ranges.
  • The ability to detect , localise , track and
    classify underwater threat platforms before they
    reach maximum effective weapon firing range.
  • The ability to detect, localise, track and
    classify the full spectrum of torpedo threats
    at tactically relevant ranges.
  • The ability to evolve the system of underwater
    sensors to ensure continued tactical and
    technical currency.
  • The ability to mitigate any risks inherent in
    underwater sensor operations upon the marine
    environment.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • UWSU Project Director
  • LCdr Adam Owen
  • DNR 5-3
  • Adam.Owen_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3985
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Options Analysis
  • Definition April 2015
  • Draft Technical Requirements June 2015
  • Industry Day August 2015
  • RFP Release (unfunded requisition) May 2016
  • Implementation March 2017
  • Contract Award April 2017
  • IOC Aug 2020
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 100M - 249M

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StrongBow
  • DELIVERABLE
  • To provide tactical radio direction finding and
    signals collection, analysis, fusion and
    exploitation strategic capability to the Halifax
    Class frigates.
  • This is a joint Canadian Armed Forces project
    that will standardize and replace the current
    mission-fit of Cryptologic Direct Support Element
    equipment suite. The new capability will provide
    time-critical, tactically relevant warning of
    threat emissions in the Communications Intercept
    and Electronic Intelligence spectrums. In
    addition, it must replace the obsolete
    AN/SRD-504. Mast space and weight allocation for
    the antenna will not exceed that currently
    apportioned to AN/SRD-504 on board Halifax Class
    frigates.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Will search, detect, analyze, locate and record
    SIGINT
  • Will pass information to the ships AAW and
    command teams to support coordinated analysis,
    targeting and indications and warnings of
    threats, passing info to allies at sea and our
    national collection centre, all in a five eyes
    format.
  • Below deck equipment and configuration will allow
    for the concurrent exploitation of signals in the
    two classification domains of Top Secret Below
    and Secret Below and
  • Modular design will accommodate through life
    upgrades of components as well as transfer Top
    Secret Below interoperability capability from
    ship to ship without the need to rewire or make
    engineering changes to ship structure, HVAC or
    power.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • StrongBow Project Director
  • CPO2 Gerry Doutre
  • DNR 4-2-2
  • Gerald.Doutre_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3988
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Options Analysis
  • Strategic Context Document Feb 2015
  • 1st PA Apr 2010
  • Modelling Simulation XXX 2011
  • Business Case Analysis XXX 2012
  • 2nd PA Sep 2012
  • Definition XXX 2012
  • Modelling Simulation XXX 2014
  • Concept Development Experimentation XXX 2015
  • Implementation XXX 2017
  • Contract Award XXX 2017
  • IOC Aug 2020
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 180M

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Naval Large Tug Project (NLT)
  • DELIVERABLE
  • 4 new Large Tugs to replace 5 Glenn Class tugs
    and 2 Fireboats.
  • The new tugs will provide sufficient large tug
    capability to the Queens Harbour Masters in HMC
    Dockyards Halifax and Esquimalt to support naval
    operations over the next 25 years.
  • Requirements
  • Perform a combination of in-harbour and
    coast/offshore work
  • 2 Tugs are required to perform a JSS Cold Move
  • Migrate afloat harbour fire protection into large
    tugs.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Commercial Design and Construction
  • Highly manoeuvrable
  • At least 2 propulsion systems and enough Bollard
    Pull to enable 2 tugs to cold move JSS in 25 kts
    wind and 2 kts current
  • Clutter free upper decks
  • Commercial bridge configuration with standard
    bridge control console
  • Fire-Fighting Capability 1 (FiFi1)
  • Accommodation for 6 crew
  • Designed for at least 25 years of operations
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • NLT Project Director
  • LCdr Graham Collins
  • DNR 3-5
  • Graham.Collins_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3965
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Options Analysis
  • Strategic Context Document Jul 2007
  • 1st PA Apr 2012
  • Business Case Analysis Apr 2014
  • Definition Apr 2016
  • Implementation Oct 2017
  • Contract Award Oct 2019
  • IOC Oct 2021
  • FOC Apr 2023
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 143M

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Surface Supplied Dive (SSD) Vessels
  • DELIVERABLE
  • The aim of this project is to replace the two
    existing Yard Diving Tenders (YDT) 11 class
    diving tenders
  • The new vessels are to be capable of deploying to
    inshore water, carrying equipment and personnel
    to allow fleet Diving units to conduct warfare
    and support roles assigned in the Naval Diving
    Concept of Employment.
  • HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
  • Each SSD vessels will provide capability to
    support seabed intervention, underwater
    engineering, light salvage operation (recovery of
    maritime helo) and Submarine Search and Rescue
    (SubSAR) to a depth of 100 meters
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • SSD project Director
  • Lt(N) M. Parent
  • DNR 3-4
  • Marc.Parent3_at_forces.gc.ca
  • 819-939-3959
  • PROJECT STATUS
  • In Options Analysis
  • SSID June 2008
  • Strategic Context Document Jun 2016
  • Business Case Analysis Jun 2017
  • Definition Jan 2019
  • Implementation Jan 2021
  • Contract Award Jan 2022
  • IOC May 2025
  • FUNDING
  • Total Project Value - 80M

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