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Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES)

Primary Purpose ICODES is the DOD cross-service migration system

for ship stow planning. It provides intelligent

decision-support to Army, Navy and Marine Corps

users during unit deployment operations.

Sub-Functions Streamline and standardize terminal cargo

personnel training support. Enable more effective

allocation of scarce personnel to accommodate

fluctuations in workload. Provide comprehensive

ad-hoc reporting capabilities to tailor reports

for specific needs or projects. Provides an

intelligent automated assistant that is effective

and less costly to support. Support simultaneous

stow planning for multiple vessels with multiple

POE/POD's. Support unknown vessels with a

generic ship-generating tool. Rapidly elevate the

proficiency of inexperienced stow planners.

Equipment Requirements The Army version 3.x executes on the HP-UX and

the IBM-AIX UNIX operating systems is being

replaced by the ICODES NT version 5.x. Plans are

being made to extend fielding to the Navy and

Marine Corps. Minimum hardware specifications

include: late model Pentium II/III; 500 Mhz

processor speed; 256 RAM and Open GL compatible.

Connectivity Requirements ICODES operates in either a standalone or

networked environment.

Crypto Requirements None required.

Normal Locations USMC MEU's, MEF's, MEB's, and MAGTF's, Navy Fleet

Industrial Supply Centers (FISC), HQMTMC, MTMC

water ports, Terminal Transportation Brigades

(TTB), MTMC Deployment Support Command (DSC),

MTMC Transportation Engineering Agency (TEA),

HQMTMC and Army active/reserve Transportation

Units.

Information Managed Ability to simultaneously load up to four ships

with multiple POE's and/or POD's. Additionally

ICODES contains ship and cargo libraries, cargo

association capability, and assisted and user

stow with detailed cargo templates.

Products Created Customized reports such as cargo manifests,

hazardous cargo manifests, etc, detailed deck

layouts, and cargo staging plans.

Lead Service/Contractor Joint. Developed by California Polytechnic State

University. Managed by Transportation Command

(TRANSCOM) with HQ, Military Traffic Management

Command (HQMTMC) as the lead agency.

Current Fielding Status MTMC ports, Terminal Transportation Brigades

(TTB), MTMC Deployment Support Command (DSC),

MTMC-TEA, MTMCHQ and Army active/reserve

transportation units.

Known Problems None.

DIICOE Compliance Rating Version 3.x (3) Microsoft NT (5).

Point of Contact Mr. Steve Goodman; COMM: (703) 681-3543, DSN:

761-3543. Email: Goodmans@mtmc.army.mil

Updated by Capt Bob Landis, USAF, CCSC-01
 

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