T-MIR: Major Benefits
T-MIR has been designed to contain a systemís entire program test and evaluation history within a single database. Integrating all test data from each test site into a single T-MIR database generates a "maturity growth model" for the Rescue-21 System, significantly increasing the accuracy of the out-year support and reducing total life cycle costs.
Supports Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E)
During four weeks of OT&E testing of the Coast Guard's Rescue-21 system, more than 400 Operational Tests were conducted utilizing as many as 30 Test Observers located at different geographic positions, covering more than 250 miles of coast line, from five miles inland to 20 miles out to sea.
The first draft of the Final OT&E Report (with over 1,000 pages of test data) only took three days to write after completion of OT&E. The ability to generate a final report so quickly with T-MIR is due to the amount of test information available for analysts.
Daily Quick Look Reports
Daily Quick Look reports have been used to provide the Test Conductor with immediate test progress feedback. This information, along with the Test Conductors Summary, has also been used as a Daily Progress Report to the Region Commanders.
Weekly reports can also be generated which provide hard statistics on the progress of the OT&E. T-MIR also monitors the number of tests scheduled within an overall test program, and maintains a statistical total of the tests, as well as the scenarios that are made up of multiple tests.
Built in Analysis Capabilities
T-MIR currently has several analysis capabilities built into the database that provide test personnel with the flexibility to report and analyze test results on-site in near real-time. Test report formats and the data reported is also tailorable to meet the specific needs for a given program.
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