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1 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Russell Chan Lockheed Martin Corporate Engineering & Technology Last Tactical Mile Perspective Last Tactical Mile Perspective July 19, 2011
2 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. NTM/ Tactical Products GEOINT SIGINT MASINT …. INTs Governance Networks JWICS SIPRNET NIPRNET NATO Coalition Organizations Everybody has a Role Department of Defense Air Force Army Navy Marines SOCOM ODNI CIA NGA NRO NSA FBI DoJ DoE DHS DoS DoT AF Intel Army Intel Coast Guard Intel Marine Corps Intel Navy Intel Intelligence Community NATO NGO Coalition Advantaged Users Disadvantage Users Executive Order U.S. Code Title 10 U.S. Code Title 50 Intelligence Community Directives ICD 503 DoD Doctrine Tactics/Techniques/Procedures Security/Classification UCDMO NIST SP Executive Order U.S. Code Title 10 U.S. Code Title 50 Intelligence Community Directives ICD 503 DoD Doctrine Tactics/Techniques/Procedures Security/Classification UCDMO NIST SP For Military and Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief Missions
3 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Intelligence Information Data Sensors Knowledge NationalTactical Task Collect Process Exploit Disseminate The Wheels of Progress National Tactical Sensors Data Information Intelligence Knowledge Relevant TCPED Cycle Decision Cycle Data/Info/Intel/Knowledge must be available within the Decision Cycle Reachback
4 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Role Based Needs Data Information Intelligence Knowledge Metadata Multi-INT Fusion Policy/Doctrine Networks JWICS SIPRNET NIPRNET NATO Coalition Multi-Level Security/Guards DoD NATO Coalition Access/Authentication Users Advantaged Disadvantaged Decision superiority Mission Success TCPED Cycle Missions Roles (Individual roles have different needs) IC, DoD, NATO, Coalition, NGO, etc. Commander, squad leader, Intel analyst (theater/CONUS), operator Roles (Individual roles have different needs) IC, DoD, NATO, Coalition, NGO, etc. Commander, squad leader, Intel analyst (theater/CONUS), operator
5 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. What is the right information? Bandwidth priority/availability? Access/authentication? Security/classification? Challenge – Leverage Commercial Technology Now
6 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Mission Need and Approach Need Approach Value Information sharing – National to/from Tactical – Multiple security domains Information discovery – Right information (Relevant) – Right people (Commanders, Operators, Analysts, Policy makers, First Responders, etc.) – Right time (Minimal latency) Attributes – Interoperable IP based networks (3G/4G wireless) – Legacy tactical radio interoperability (SINCGARS, MBITR, LMR) – National Security Agency Suite B (up to Secret level) – Metadata standards (Cursor on Target) – Data fusion/Data discovery (augmented reality [AR]) – Commercial Technologies (Smartphones, Tablets, 3G/4G wireless) Operational – National Technical Means and Tactical product relevancy – New technology insertion (3G/4G, metadata framework, AR) – System interoperability with enhanced capabilities
7 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Communications Content Content Delivery Consumer Information Needs Role based (commander, squad leader, operator, analyst, planner, etc.) Governance Secure 2 nd generation RIPRNET IP based 2 nd generation RIPRNET Legacy radios COTS 3G/4G Wireless Fused Multi-INT Fusion engine, KML Quick Cache Data discovery Semantics, augmented reality User interface/interaction Smartphone/Tablet NSA Suite B Trusted guards Access/Authentication Technology Readily Available – Policy and Governance ? Leverage technologies available to the general public
8 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Vision Location and Temporal Based Services Images, video Cursor on Target messages Signals Reports Open Source Collaborative applications Cloud/Grid Computing Data Repository Metatdata Framework Interoperable IP Communications NIPRNET SIPRNET Augmented Reality (AR) National Databases Tactical Databases Type 1 Secure Comms National Security Agency Suite B or Advanced Encryption Standard Cursor on Target (CoT) compliant data Images Video Signals Target Waypoint Video compression Information discovery Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System Laptop 2D Geospatial Information System (GIS) Visualization Analysis / Exploitation Open Source Fused Multi-INT JWICS SME PED Coalition NATO 2D Geospatial Information System (GIS) Visualization Today (Simulated) Secure Mobile Environment – Portable Electronic Device Clip Art used with permission from Microsoft
9 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Last Tactical Mile with Reachback Clip Art used with permission from Microsoft
10 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Tactical Communications Architecture Architecture supports KG implementation Demonstrated Capabilities in Field Experimentation Clip Art used with permission from Microsoft
11 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. One Architecture SATCOM 2G/3G/4G Wireless (NSA Suite B) Mobile Command Tactical Radio (Type 1) First Responder Radio Tactical Operations Center First Responder Warfighter – Multiple Missions and Users Emergency Operations Center Clip Art used with permission from Microsoft
12 © 2011 LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION. All rights reserved. Thank You
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