Integrated survivability


  • Camilla Andersson
  • Rolf Jarlås
  • Charlie Hagerman
  • Lars Svensson
  • Henrik Reimer

Publish date: 2019-02-06

Report number: FOI-R--4677--SE

Pages: 31

Written in: Swedish


  • Integrated survivability


Integrated survivability refers to assessment of survivability on a system level. Survivability is defined here as the ability to successfully be able to perform a given task in a hostile environment. The aim of the subproject is to develop a methodology to assess the impact of different subsystems on the survivability. During the year, the focus has been on gaining a basic idea of how a methodology should be structured and what methods are available to make an assessment. The task has also included defining a type scenario that can be used in the further work. To get a manageable scope, the type scenario includes a mechanized unit on pluton level with a clearly defined number of functions. The proposed goal of continued work is to develop methodology both through simultaneously theoretical studies and practical application.