• Lifecycle Management

  • Lifecycle Management

  • CAE's  Integrated Enterprise Solutions supports the management of the entire lifecycle of a capability or system. Our integrated team approach to lifecycle management applies a user-centric focus to the development, acquisition, management, training, and operation of a capability or system, ensuring that the requirements of the operators, maintainers, and decision makers - all stakeholders involved - are addressed.

    Program management
    Through R&D and acquisition, our portfolio and project management team excels at supporting complex technology development teams, managing relationships between project stakeholders, and defining and maintaining project requirements, scope, schedule, and budgets. Our comprehensive requirements analysis approach is used to define the system and user requirements for not only the design and development of the system, but also the training and maintenance programs to support the full life of the system.

    Integrated information environments that empower decision makers
    Once in operation, CAE's military support services team provides systems and software engineering support to maintain system and platform mission readiness. Through integrated information environments and performance-based metrics, our team empowers fleet managers with up-to-date information, field data analysis, and trend monitoring capability to ensure long-term, cost-effective in-service preventative maintenance and logistics support.

    Simulation supporting operational readiness
    Our team's expertise in systems integration and embedded systems engineering supports the modernization of mission critical systems in operational platforms. Using rapid operations and maintenance scenario simulation, our team provides a range of in-service and logistics support analysis tools, including system reliability and maintainability studies, trend analysis of key performance indicators, trigger-based analysis toolsets, risk assessments, maintenance task analysis, failure modes effects (criticality) analysis, and safety analysis.

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