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1 Multilateral Interoperability Programme July 2013MIP © Multilateral Interoperability Programme Standard Brief

2 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 2 Outline What is MIP MIP History MIP Vision MIP Scope What MIP is NOT MIP Members MIP Organisation MIP Activities Working Groups Overview –IPT3 –IPT4 The future – MIP, NATO and NNEC July 2013MIP ©

3 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 3 What is MIP? MIP is an interoperability organisation established: by national C2IS system stakeholders with expectations / requirements to share relevant C2 information in a multinational/coalition environment. July 2013MIP ©

4 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 44 What is MIP? Nat. DB MIP Specification Implementation by Nations Exchange of data between MIP compliant systems THIS IS MIP The War Fighter defines the Requirements... July 2013MIP ©

5 Multilateral Interoperability Programme QIP 5 Merging 1998 Merging 2001 Agreement (MoA) 2004 NDAG NATO Data Administration Group DMSWG NATO Data Management Services Working Group History of information interoperability between C2I Systems … History of MIP July 2013 MIP ©

6 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 6 MIP Vision The vision for the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP) is to become the principal war fighter-led multinational forum to promote international interoperability of Command and Control Information Systems (C2IS) at all levels of command. July 2013MIP ©

7 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 77 II xx Warfighter Requirements MIP Vision Multinational Forum to promote international interoperability July 2013MIP ©

8 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 8 MIP Scope The MIP scope is to deliver a command and control (C2) interoperability solution in a net-centric environment focused initially on the Land operational user in a Joint environment, with a growing emphasis on the requirements of Maritime and Air communities and other Communities of Interest (COIs) in future baselines. July 2013MIP ©

9 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 99 MIP is not a formal NATO programme, however it is endorsed by NATO -NATO ACT (Allied Command Transformation) participates as an Associate Member MIP is not a system C2 systems need to build a MIP interface (often called a MIP Gateway) to connect to other Coalition systems MIP defines the interface that the Gateway shall respect, not how the Gateway shall be built MIP is not the complete interoperability solution Still require other communication interfaces (voice, , chat, etc) to support C2 What MIP is NOT July 2013MIP ©

10 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 10 FULL MEMBERS LCSSCAN ARMY C2ISDNK SICFFRA HEROS / FüInfoSysDEU SIACCON / C2I Difesa ITA ISISNLD NORTaC/NORCCISNOR SIMACETESP TACCISTUR ComBATGBR MCSUSA SWECCIS, SLBSWE * Country codes according NATO STANAG 1059 Ed 8. MIP Members ASSOCIATE MEMBERS BiSC-AIS-LC2ISACT JCCS, BCSSAUS PHOENIXAUT ISISBEL GF-TCCSCZE FINACCISFIN HARCCISGRC FIS HECHE EST BMSEST July 2013MIP © TAVVISLTU SZAFRAN / C3IS Jasmine POL SICCEPRT SIAABROU C2SYSSVK LC4ISR NZL ZAF SITAWARESVN

11 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 11 MIP OrganisationMSG MIP Steering GroupMSG PMG Project Management Group MIP IPT 4 Integrated Product Team MIP IPT 4 Integrated Product Team MIP IPT 3 Integrated Product Team MIP IPT 3 Integrated Product Team July 2013MIP ©

12 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 12 Objective Maintain and Sustain MIP Baseline 3.1Purpose Provide support to the deployed MIP Implementations by capturing, assessing, categorizing, prioritizing and acting upon feedback from use: –Deployed in Real World Operations –MRE/MRX (Mission Rehearsal Ex - pre-deployment tests) Specific tests as preparation for certain operations/ big exercises –FTX/CPX (Field Training Exercise/Command Post Exercise) - involve staffs –Exercises/Tests/Demonstrations, e.g., CWIX, CE… Maintain relevance of the MIP specifications while implementations are deployed IPT 3 Overview July 2013MIP ©

13 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 13 Objective Designing the future MIP Baseline Optimized (and simplified) Architecture –Separates Information structures from mechanics of information exchange Capability-based Approach –Rigorous process for transformation of requirements into specifications –Automated specification generation process Modular Specification –Composed of discrete Capability Packages that can be implemented independently –Use a common Reference Model to maintain alignment between Packages Inter-Version Compatibility –Seeks to address a core constraint of the MIP3.1 solution IPT 4 Overview July 2013MIP ©

14 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 14 MIP Activities JanFebMarchAprMayJuneJulyAugSeptOctNovDec Greding PMG IPT 3 IPT 4 PMG IPT 3 IPT 4 PMG IPT 3 IPT 4 PMG IPT 3 IPT 4 MSG Greding x II Combined Endeavour (September) Standards MIP Specifications Tests (ad hoc) TESTING SPECIFICATION x II CWIX (June) July 2013MIP ©

15 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 15 MIP Products STANAGs are NATO standardised agreements. STANAG 5525 establishes a common data model that NATO nations individually ratify and implement in their own C2IS. [1] The Joint Consultation, Command & Control Information Exchange Data Model (JC3IEDM) promulgated by NATO as STANAG 5525 [1]. [1] Standards The programmes Exchange Mechanism specifications and associated procedures Operational Documents Standards Technical Documents Supporting Documents Instructions on how to use the MIP solution. Record of incorporated Information Exchange Requirements. Guidance for nations and Communities Of Interest (CoIs) on how to implement the MIP specification within the context of their national C2IS. Procedures for testing the MIP specification. July 2013MIP ©

16 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 16 National C2IS Concept Data Exchange Mechanism JC3IEDM {101}A05{ |7|R05{ …. User Terminal En. Armoured Bn in 30TXM II Ethernet LAN Nat. DB PDU En. Armoured Bn in 30TXM MIP Common Interface Nat. Comms. July 2013MIP ©

17 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 17 NNEC Data Strategy Enabling Data & Information Services TODAY TOMORROW Shared Space Nat DB Gateway Nat DB Gateway Data exchanged across Engineered, well-defined interfaces between known Systems Nat DB Publish/Subscribe of Information between known Systems Sharing in the Information Sphere Nat DB Data & Services Discovery Catalogs & Service Registry Metadata Registry National Systems Publish Data in the Information Sphere Unanticipated Authorized Users Pull Data from the Information Sphere NATO NETWORK ENABLED CAPABILITIES (NNEC) July 2013MIP ©

18 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 18 MIP, NATO & NNEC ?? Semantic Schema for Information Exchange JC3IEDM Semantic Schema for Information Exchange JC3IEDM Ontology MIP Data Exchange Mechanism (DEM) XML ExchangeWeb Services TODAY Service Oriented Architecture ? Object Oriented Data Model ? JC3IEDM July 2013MIP ©

19 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 19 Summary Multinational Forum to promote international interoperability PMG IPT 3 IPT F Standards MSG Common Information Exchange Requirements (IERs) Organisation Specification Development of common Standards National C2ISs Nat DB Tests of fielded Solutions July 2013MIP ©

20 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 20 MIP Website https://mipsite.lsec.dnd.ca/ https://mipsite.lsec.dnd.ca/ Open Area Access to the official Documents MIP Website July 2013MIP ©

21 Multilateral Interoperability Programme 21 Questions July 2013MIP ©


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