The UK’s Air Support to Defence Operational Training (ASDOT) programme aims to meet the training component of UK air support across the Air Force, Navy, Army and Joint Forces Commands from 2020, progressively replacing existing contracted and military service provision as these programmes expire or reach their planned end of service date..
MTJB supplied to the customer systems engineering knowledge and expertise to enhance the bid team.
By using our vast experience across the systems engineering life cycle and our domain knowledge within defence on Air, Land and Maritime systems we produced the engineering plans required as part of the bid documentation.
The ASDOT programme is valued at around £1.2B and due to run over 15 years. MTJB gave expert systems advice as well as helping the customer to develop the overall systems architecture. We supplied the following documentation to allow the system to pass through the internal engineering reviews and ultimately in to the final submission to the authority.
- Systems Engineering Plan (SEP)
- Test, Evaluation and Acceptance Plan (TEAP)
- Qualification Test Plan (QTP)
MTJB also carried out reviews of other systems engineering plans, such as the Electromagnetic Control Plan and Configuration Management Plan, along with assisting with internal meetings and major decisions.
Working closely with the customer MTJB was able to produce the documentation that enabled the bid to be submitted on time and to a high standard.