Original Date: 08/08/1994
Revision Date: 01/18/2007
Information : Army Test Incident Reporting System
The Army Test Incident Reporting System (ATIRS) is the latest and most improved automated data collection system in use by TECOM. Evolved over 24 years of data collection efforts, ATIRS is now an HP3000 computer- based system networking Army testing activities, as well as TECOM.
The ATIRS HP3000 is a POSIX-based system using an Image 3000 database and V/3000 menu-driven software with both Query language and Pascal programming language. One of the primary advantages of the ATIRS system is that information access through PC-type computers is now possible. It also has open architecture, is free from security risk, and allows the use of standard hardware and software throughout TECOM.
Currently, there are 1,591 users on the ATIRS system, from 39 private and government organizations. Each user has full on-line access to the results of 1,800 test programs and 2,395 databases. Included are more than 245,000 Test Incident Reports from CSTA as well as others from White Sands Missile Range, Yuma Proving Ground, and Redstone Technical Test Center.
Additional enhancements to the system include automation of electronic handwritten data collection. TIRs have been WEB enabled to include photographs, video clips, ADOCS data, spreadsheets, detailed test plans, test- operating procedures, international test-operating procedures, and points of contact. Operational Testing TIRS are available via ATIRS.
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