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With many flight paths near major cities, public safety is the primary mission for our nation’s space and missile launch ranges. Two ranges like these are located at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. These sites launch satellites used for global positioning systems, weather monitoring, communications, and national defense and intelligence.
Faced with an aging infrastructure, rising costs, and shifting priorities, US Air Force Space Command chose Booz Allen to help reimagine launch range operations and maintain critical infrastructure while improving safety and security. The team’s systems engineering and integration (SE&I) expertise led to major improvements in how to manage assets, cut costs, and fix vulnerabilities.
Booz Allen's systems engineering and integration (SE&I) experts created a first-of-its-kind technical baseline to deliver execptional results.
To gain a clear view of the present day condition of the ranges, the team identified all requirements, interfaces, drawings, risks, systems engineering processes, and deficiencies. The firm’s Mission Engineering approach ensured a methodical, risk-based assessment.
In the process, the team:
The results were dramatic. Booz Allen delivered original insights for improved mission operations and prioritized spending. Our teams supplied the client with new tools to easily optimize and visualize how different investments and range upgrades will improve mission performance, and a plan to avoid technology obsolescence. As significantly, the effort generated tens of millions of dollars in annual cost savings while improving security, risk assessment, and third-party validation.