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CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE PSTP Overview Presented: June 2009 By: Michel Savoie Public Safety Canada Prepared in collaboration with: Michael Abramson,

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1 CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE PSTP Overview Presented: June 2009 By: Michel Savoie Public Safety Canada Prepared in collaboration with: Michael Abramson, President, ASMG Ltd. Jean-Claude Lecomte, V-P, ASMG Ltd. Study to identify an Information Exchange Framework for information sharing, modeling and simulation, and decision support toolset integration – EMSI

2 CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE Objectives To foster a concise community of practice through adoption of common standards and ontologies Goal: 5-Year Vision and Architectural Framework for the Emergency Management System Integration (EMSI) –Requirement Identification –Inventory Standards and Initiatives –Outline an Architectural Framework for EMSI –Gap Identifications –Roadmap –Engage the Open Standards Community

3 CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE Organisations Lead Dept Public Safety, Interoperability Program Division Industry Proponent Advanced Systems Management Group Limited (ASMG) Charter & Funding Charter Signed and Funding Approved ($199K), Contract Pending Partners Maritime Information Combat Systems, DRDC Atlantic DRDC Capacity Engineering, DRDC D IM Security, Department of National Defence, EISE

4 CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE Expected Outputs An Information Exchange Framework for information sharing, modeling and simulation, and decision support toolset integration – EMSI 2009 – 2014 –Semantic Interoperability –Architecture Framework for EMSI Framework for Dynamic and Agile Systems –Improved Decision Support –Improve Information Quality, Security and Privacy –Leverage up open standards and specifications –Engage community at all level Federal, provincial, municipal, academic and private industries –Improve Information Sharing Capacity

5 CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE Current State Object Management Group (OMG) –International Emergency and Crisis management Special interest Group (collaboration Forum) Data Exchange Standards (DES) Participation And and and… Some help here would be appreciated…Thanks

6 CENTRE for SECURITY SCIENCE Question?


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