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1 Critical missions… proven solutions COMPAS COMParison & Awareness of Situations Dr Jean-Pierre FAYE VizCOP WS, Toronto September 2004

2 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ A Multi-Level COP Concept French COP Concept  Integrate various picture from Tactical level up to strategical level  Command tool supporting Knowledge base, planning decision & C2 process  All relevant information: past, current and future US COP Joint Vision 2020  Knowleged based process (Fires, ISR, Logistics & Manœuvre) for decision making  Not only CINC, CJTF, Component commander, but also real-time view of the battle space A common vision of multi-level COP concept

3 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ Concept demonstration at JWID The Joint Warfare Interoperability Demonstration (JWID) is a annual event that enables Command staff users to investigate C4I solution enhancing coalition interoperability. JWID’01 French COP Objective  Integrate various picture from Tactical level up to strategical level JWID’04 COMPAS demonstrator Objective  Command tool supporting Knowledge base, planning decision & C2 process  All relevant information: past, current and future

4 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ FR Distributed COP (JWID ’01) LCCJFACC MCC ACOM SCCOA SICF CJTF SICA Prospective Picture Situation Awareness (mock-up) Reference Picture Established by the CJTF (SITOPS) Initial Picture Real Time & Data Link (FLEURUS) Web Portal

5 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ JWID’04 COMPAS demonstration ORBAT TOPFAS OP Plan PLANNING Op Plan Current Situation (simulations) Current Situation (simulations) Reference COP COMPAS (Prospective) Decisional COP Current Situation (simulations) Current Situation (simulations) Current Situation (simulations) Current Situation (simulations) Raw COP Filtering CJTF Filtering CJTF

6 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ Demonstrated COMPAS Capabilities  OPLAN data base import from TOPFAS Ordre of Battle (ORBAT) Task to Troop allocation Overlays (Areas of Responsibility, Course Of Action) Initial unit positions  Land & Maritime situation import OWNSITREP, ENSITREP NAVSITSUM, MARITSUM Test trials: NATO (LCC/J3, MCC), GE, IT, NO, RO, TU, US  Situation Awareness dissemination Planned Course Of Action & Current Manoeuvre Comparison Historical Mouvement CROP dissemination through Web portal

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9 9 French Course of Action Using TOPFAS

10 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ TOPFAS database replication Using COMPAS

11 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ AdatP-3 Messages Exchanges

12 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ Reference Picture Using TDS

13 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ CoA/CROP Comparison Using COMPAS

14 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ Historical Mouvements Using COMPAS

15 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ Lesson Learned  OPLAN data base import from TOPFAS Need for CoA updates (Blue and Red Forces position and CoA updates) A gap exist between an OPLAN and a scenario for simulation Need for Task indicators  Lack of criteria of success  Poor information to correlate with the CROP  Land & Maritime situation import Lack of unit identification in AdatP-3 message sent  Difficulty to establish a comprehensive situation awareness  CoA reliability  Situation Awareness dissemination Easy Screen shot exchange Limited Data exchange for end-user exploitation  Operational interest for COMPAS Red CoA comprehension Support for CJTF CAX exercise (Current use)

16 9779PT0028 – 31/07/ Recommendations Need for a set of indicators to control planning execution  Based on AdatP-3 data set or C2IEDM Data Model  Design specifically for each task  Define task status symbology Exemple for targeting: type and status of target, existing document, … CoA simulation requires appropriate scenario editor  Scenario interpretation of operational tasks ISTAR operations required a real-time COP  Air & Ground Tracks,  Mission reassignment capabilities


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