Traditional methods of mission planning have since been replaced with far more efficient and automated tools
Mission planning systems are used to automate the computation of complex mission parameters. Simply put, they enable an operator to work in the graphical and geospatial domain, letting the computer do the number crunching and data preparation.
Aircrew use JMPS to conduct the full spectrum of mission planning execution and debrief.
We support this system on fixed and deployable networks, supported by geospatial data libraries. JMPS is currently in use by a number of aircraft platforms located at a range of sites across Australia including Edinburgh, Williamtown, Amberly, Pearce and East Sale.
AusPEX is a modified version of USAF Patriot Excalibur. It’s used by ADF to coordinate aircrew currency and flight scheduling.
Sigma Bravo has developed a range of modules including Flight Authorisation, Post Flight, Airspace Management, Maintainers Module, Land Range Safety and others.
PFPS is the first Aviation Mission Planning system we supported.
PFPS is currently in use by a number of aerial platforms. Gradually, PFPS will be phased out and replaced with JMPS.
Mission Planning Systems provide strategic, operational and tactical capabilities