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SAILOR 2.1 Launch

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Published on Sep 15, 2011

In response to overwhelming fleet requirements and positive user feedback of the SPAWAR Acquisition Integrated Logistics Online Repository (SAILOR) 2.0, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) launched SAILOR version 2.1 on Sept. 15.

Developed in collaboration with Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence, the updated tool provides additional product features in anticipation of fleet demands for expanding the number of systems covered by this powerful tool.

SAILOR was developed in November 2010 as an easy to use tool to assist the fleet in accessing current hardware and software configurations as well as product support documents. SAILOR allows the fleet to exchange technical knowledge with subject matter experts through blogs and a technical exchange forum which ultimately increases transparency and decreases response time.

"Not only will the fleet have access to critical documents and configuration files for their C4I products, they'll have 'how to' videos to help trouble shoot their equipment," said Margaret Fellenbaum, SPAWAR's technical director of product data management.

Originally designed for Sailors between ages 18 to 30, users can now navigate a comprehensive interface that includes video streaming capabilities, convenient document aggregation, fleet feedback mechanism, consolidated navigation menus and enhanced user support areas.

"Bandwidth is limited out in the fleet. SAILOR 2.1 loads significantly faster and is more responsive," said Petty Officer First Class IT Justin Roysdon, SPAWAR C4I Help Desk.

SAILOR 2.1 offers the fleet an array of features such as "tech tube," updated navigation and interface display and a media center. Tech tube, a series of "how to" videos, was created based on SPAWAR Commander Rear Adm. Patrick Brady's recommendation to display, track and report video tutorials to the fleet in an effort to proactively counter critical fleet issues like readiness and technical support.

"SAILOR has become an essential tool for the fleet to enhance C4I readiness and ultimately the Navy's Information Dominance capabilities," said Brady. "SPAWAR continues to strive to meet fleet requirements, and SAILOR 2.1 provides additional features that the fleet has been asking for."

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