A Few G-MARC Applications

 

 

The following illustrates a sample of the projects to which GMARC has been applied in order to improve the quality of the requirement specification aspects of the work:

 

o        Project FOCSLE - outline specification for a global communication system for the Ministry of Defence (MOD), Portsmouth.

o        The Multi-Launch Rocket System (MLRS) project specification for the Defence Research Agency, Fort Halstead, Kent.

o        Audit of a proposed requirements engineering methodology developed for the Future Offensive Air System (FOAS) project for the Defence Evaluation Research Agency (DERA).

o        The Spot 5 satellite-ground segment communications system specification for the National Remote Sensing Centre at Farnborough, Hampshire.

o        The Army logistics system (LOCPRES) specification for Data Sciences Ltd, Farnborough, Hampshire.

o        The AFCT army training system specification for Cray Defence Systems, Bristol.

o        A European Space Technology Centre Satellite -ground segment communications system specification for Alcatel, Antwerp, Belgium.

o        A Video UHF Transmitter specification for space ship communications for Alcatel, Antwerp, Belgium.

o        The Pharos military Air Traffic Control System specification produced by the Royal Dutch Air Force, Holland.

o        The requirements for a VLF (Very Low Frequency) communications system for the MOD, Portsdown, Hampshire.

o        Development of the User Requirements Document (URD) for the Future Integrated Soldier Technology (FIST) project for the UK Army.

o        Re-engineering and dynamic modelling of the specification of manning requirements for the Naval Manning Agency, Portsmouth, Hampshire.

o        Development of the key User Requirements for the UK Military Flying Training System (UKMFTS) for the Defence Procurement Agency (DPA), Abbey Wood, Filton.

o        Subjectivity audit of the URD and SRD for the T45 Destroyer for the DPA, Abbey Wood, Filton.

o        The development and behavioural modelling of the URD for the Future Offensive Air System (FOAS) for the DPA, Abbey Wood, Filton.

o        A Flight Simulator System specification for Thomson Training & Simulation, Crawley, Sussex.

o        The Advanced Weapons Effect Simulator system specification for SAAB, Huskvarna, Sweden.

o        The CVSG system specification for the MOD, Portsdown, Hampshire.

o        The specification of an Area Defence Weapon (ADW) for British Aerospace, Stevenage.

o        Software specification for a new satellite communications system for INMARSAT, London.

o        Project Larone, the operational requirement for a wide area Naval communications system for the DPA, Abbey Wood, Filton

o        The Staff Requirement for the Future Carrier on behalf of CNOCS, MOD, Portsdown, Hampshire.

o        A customer billing system specification for Northern Electricity, Birmingham.

o        The specification of a generic Integrated Logistic Support System for the Warship Support Agency (WSA), Foxhill, Bath.

o        Re-engineering of Defence Standard 02-45 (Reliability Centred Maintenance) for the Head of Whole Life Support (Navy), Foxhill, Bath.

o        Development of the specification for the Future Wheeled Recovery Vehicle (FWRV) for the DPA, Abbey Wood, Filton.

o        Development of a specification  for the Joint Insensitive Munitions Steering Group, MOD, Abbey Wood, Filton.

o        The development of an international specification for information interchange (AP233) on behalf of the Warship Support Agency, Foxhill, Bath.

o        Re-engineering of a draft specification for the Network Management Centre for the west coast modernization system for Railtrack, London.

o        Development of the User Requirements for the Shared Working Environment of the Future Offensive Air System (FOAS) for the DPA, Abbey Wood, Filton.

o        Structuring of the URD for the Management of the Joint Deployed Inventory (MJDI) project for the Program Management Office, Defence Logistics Organisation (DLO), Andover.

o        Structuring of the URD for the Management of Material in Transit (MMiT) project  for the Program Management Office, Defence Logistics Organisation (DLO), Andover.

o        Structuring of the URD for the Joint Asset Management and Engineering Solutions (JAMES 2) project for the Program Management Office, Defence Logistics Organisation (DLO), Andover.

o        Development of a generic structure for the User Requirements for the MJDI, MMiT and JAMES 2 projects for the Program Management Office, Defence Logistics Organisation (DLO), Andover.

o        The reverse engineering of a URD from a system specification of the ASTOR (Airborne Stand Off Radar) project for the DPA, Abbey Wood, Filton.

 

All the above, and many more, requirement specification activities have demonstrated the unique effectiveness of the ISA approach to requirements engineering using its proprietary methodology and support tool G-MARC.

 

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