Sea platforms can be segmented into two distinct marine modes; Stationary and Mobile. Each marine mode can have multiple domains of operation; Strategic Command - "Aircraft Carriers", Submarine, Surface Attack - "Cruisers" and "Destroyers", Maritime Security - "Frigates", Coastal Patrol - "Corvettes", Small Vessels - "Fast Attack", "Torpedo Boats", "River Boats", and "Inflatables". Naval Weaponry includes Torpedos, Ship-To-Ship Missiles, Sonic Weapons, Laser Weapons and Projectile-Based Weapon Platforms. Stationary Sea Platforms include Maritime Surveillance Platforms, Surveillance Buoys, Underwater Communications Intercept and Jamming Systems, and Dock Systems.
- Spare Part Catalogs and NSN Data
- Fleet Readiness Indicators by Analysis of Inventory Levels, Re-Order Levels and Lead-Times versus Forecasted Demand of each spare part of a Platform further Categorized by NSN Criticality to the Platform or Weapon System.
- Maintenance Cost analysis by Platform or Weapon System taking the recent consumption of parts by procurement history value.
- Projected Future Maintenance Cost analysis by Platform or Weapon System taking the forecasted consumption of parts by projected procurement cost.