U.S. Army gets help with condition-based maintenance program from Noregon

Updated Aug 24, 2012

Noregon Systems announced that it has received a contract from QinetiQ North America to support the delivery of a Condition-Based Maintenance plus (CBM+) pilot system supporting the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) based in Warren, Mich.

“We are honored to be able to team with QNA on this program,” said Bill Van Horn, chief operating officer of Noregon Systems. “It is a great example of how commercial-based technology can be leveraged to support the U.S. Army’s goals. We look forward to using our extensive vehicle systems expertise and our industry-leading products to make this program a success.”

In the CBM+ program, QNA and Noregon will work together to deliver analytical tools and an autonomic logistics system to collect and analyze operational data on 2,000 tactical wheeled vehicles worldwide. The data and tools will allow personnel responsible for logistics, operations and maintenance to provide more timely and accurate maintenance decisions and integrated logistics processes.