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A DIVISION OF INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT (IDE) IFIP July 2008 Hennie Harris Program Integration Manager Defence Institute.

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1 A DIVISION OF INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT (IDE) IFIP July 2008 Hennie Harris Program Integration Manager Defence Institute

2 A DIVISION OF SCOPE Problem statement Stakeholders IDE Concept IDE Focus Typical Outputs IDE Benefits

3 A DIVISION OF PROBLEM WITH CURRENT C 2 SYSTEM The Joint Command and Control system is highly fragmented at the strategic, operational and tactical control levels and lacks operational flexibility. It does not allow for easy and cost-effective integration of current, new and improved systems or sub-systems. Complex nature of specifying interoperability requirements for operational Command and Control capabilities and systems. Doctrine for the execution of joint operational control needs to be developed and verified. Integrated full life cycle capability management of Joint Command and Control systems is not executed. Optimal utilisation of available technologies and development of unique technology requirements.

4 A DIVISION OF IDE Stakeholders

5 A DIVISION OF Capability Development Portfolios Joint Command and Control and Intelligence Joint Operational Support and Sustainment Joint Landward Defence Joint Air Defence Joint Maritime Defence Joint Information Warfare

6 A DIVISION OF J OPS DIV SUPPORT STRUCTURES AND BOARDS Integration of Joint C 2 Effort Integration of Joint C 2 Effort SANDF Joint IO Capability Management (C 2 Capability Board) Joint IO Development Env. (RT and NRT) - Proves Joint Ops Concepts - Confirms user requirements - Develops/evaluates Interoperability standards - Develops/evaluates related technologies -Directs acquisition projects - Develop J Ops IO Body of knowledge -Integrates systems -Utilises a technology development platform (mod approach) - Tests IO Compliance SERVICES ICT IO STDS CMIS SUPPORT STRUCTURES AND BOARDS DAPD SUPPORT STRUCTURES AND BOARDS CAPABILITY MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY AND ACQUISITION PROJECTS INSTITUTES AND INDUSTRY OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, CONCEPTS AND DOCTRINE SPECIALIST SUPPORT

7 A DIVISION OF IDE Concept

8 A DIVISION OF INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT (IDE) The IDE is an integrated planning, experimentation, development and preparation process to examine new concepts in doctrine, organisation and technology required for current and future Joint Command and Control through workshops, symposia, modelling and simulation, demonstrations and field exercises.

9 A DIVISION OF IDE Functional Layout IDE Centre of Excellence (CoEx) for JC 2 Concept & Doctrine Development (Current and Future) Battle Laboratory (BatLab) for JC 2 Systems integration and Procedure Development Interoperability Test and Evaluation Facility for JC 2

10 A DIVISION OF CONCEPT VERIFY FUTURE C&C ARCHITECTURE & SYSTEMS “To Be” FUTURE C&C ARCHITECTURE & SYSTEMS “To Be” INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT INTEGRATION AND EVALUATION PLATFORM (CMI Responsibility) INTEGRATION AND EVALUATION PLATFORM (CMI Responsibility) OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS JOps Responsibility) OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS JOps Responsibility) IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY CURRENT C&C SYSTEM ELEMENTS “As Is” CURRENT C&C SYSTEM ELEMENTS “As Is” ACTIVATE SPECIFY ACTIVATE

11 A DIVISION OF DEFINITIONS OF INTEROPERABILITY (IO) effectively “The ability of systems, units or forces to provide services to and accept services from other systems, units or forces and to use the services so exchanged to enable them to operate effectively together.”

12 A DIVISION OF FRAMEWORK FOR INTEROPERABILITY MANAGEMENT Level (Environment) Interoperability Attributes PAID Enterprise Level (Universal) 4 cMulti-National Interactive (cross applications) Multi- Dimensional Topologies Cross Enterprise Models (i.e. MIP) bInterdepartmental aJoint DefenceFull Object cut & PasteEnterprise Models Domain Level (Integrated) 3 c Domain Service/Division Doctrine, Procedures, training etc. Shared Data (e.g. Situation Displays,direct database Exchanges) Wide Area Networks (WAN) (DOD WAN, PULLET etc) Database Management Systems (DBMS) b Group collaboration (e.g. white boards, Video Teleconferencing) Domain Models aFull text cut & paste Functional Level (Distributed) 2 c Common System Architecture Compliance Web Browser Local Area Networks (LAN) (TCP/IP) Program Models & Advanced Data Formats b Basic Operations (Documents, Briefings, Picture & Maps Spreadsheets Databases) a Program (Standard Procedures, Training, etc) Advanced Messaging (Message Parsers, with attachments) Combat NET (Link ZA) Connected Level (Peer-to-Peer) 1 d Standards Compliant (e.g. Defence ICT Architecture (DICTA)) Basic Messaging (e.g Unformatted Test without attachments Two Way Basic Data Formats c Data file transfer (Flie Transfer Protocol (FTP)) b Security Profile Simple Interaction (e.g. Telemetry, Remote Access, Text Chatter, Voice, Fax) aOne Way Isolated Level (Manual) 0 d Media Exchange Procedures N/A Removable Media (USB, CDROM etc) Media Formats c Manual Access Control Manual Re- entry Private Data b a 0NO KNOWN INTEROPERABILITY

13 A DIVISION OF JC 2 FULL LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT PLANNING DEFINITION ACQUISITIONEMPLOYMENT PHASE-OUT P O S T E D F I T E2 E3 E4 E5 Ops C 2 P O S T E D F I T JC 2 E1 E6 E2 E3 E4 E5 E1 E6 E2 E3 E4 E5 JC 2 IMPACT STUDIES and EVALUATION CAPABILITY PLAN REQUIREMENT DEFINITION Ops C2 SYSTEMS MASTER PLAN INTEGRATION PLAN SUPPORT and SUSTAINMENT PLAN PHASE-OUT PLAN ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT JC 2 TEST and EVALUATION PLAN DEVELOPMENT

14 A DIVISION OF CONNECTIVITY NETWORKS DATA MAPPINGDATA REPLICATION SITUATIONAL AWARENESS PLANNINGCONTROLTASKING Joint Inter-departmental Multi-national (JIM) OPERATIONAL C 2 SYSTEMS MIP DATABASE MODELLING AND SIMULATIONARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT J1J2J3J4J5J6J7J8J9 IDE CONCEPTUAL LAYOUT JOINT COMMANDER JOINT C 2 APPLICATIONS

15 A DIVISION OF Architecture Views POSTEDFIT status (The MODAF Framework) Strategic Viewpoint Systems Viewpoint Technical Viewpoint All Views Acquisition Viewpoint Operational Viewpoint Documents the operational processes, relationships and context to support operational analyses and requirements development. Documents acquisition programme dependencies, timelines and DLOD status to inform programme management. Documents the strategic picture of how military capability is evolving in order to support capability management and equipment planning. Documents the operational processes, relationships and context to support operational analyses and requirements development. Documents policy, standards, guidance and constraints to specify and assure quality expectations. Provides summary information for the architecture that enables it to be indexed, searched and queried. Strategic Viewpoint Systems Viewpoint Technical Viewpoint All Views Acquisition Viewpoint Operational Viewpoint Documents the operational processes, relationships and context to support operational analyses and requirements development. Documents acquisition programme dependencies, timelines and DLOD status to inform programme management. Documents the strategic picture of how military capability is evolving in order to support capability management and equipment planning. Documents the systems processes, relationships and context to support systems analyses and requirements development. Documents policy, standards, guidance and constraints to specify and assure quality expectations. Provides summary information for the architecture that enables it to be indexed, searched and queried.

16 A DIVISION OF IDE Focus

17 A DIVISION OF WEAPON SYSTEM LEVEL OPERATIONAL LEVEL TACTICAL LEVEL STRATEGIC LEVEL HT LT Identification of national objectives Allocation of national resources Monitoring of departmental execution Alignment of objectives and resources Identification of SANDF objectives Allocation of SANDF resources Monitoring of Joint execution Alignment of objectives and resources Domain execution of tasked objectives Allocation of domain resources to tasks Monitoring of domain and Joint execution Alignment of objectives and resources Effector execution of tasked objectives Allocation of effectors to tasks Control of effector execution Effect assesment and reporting PLANNING CONTROL SITUATIONAL AWARENESS TASKING DECISION SUPERIORITY

18 A DIVISION OF Concept Operational JC 2 Subprogram in the IDE* J2 IntJ5 PlansJ3 OpsJLD JAD JMD (IMT) JIW J Mil Health Ops JOSS J4 LogJ6 CISJ1 PersJ7 Trg & Doctrine J8 Fin J9 SecDef / CIMIC Commander Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control Sit Awareness Plan Task Control

19 A DIVISION OF Typical Outputs

20 A DIVISION OF 2010 SWC National OV 1 ProvJOC (Polokwane) PeterMokobaStadiumPeterMokobaStadium ProvJOC (Nelspruit) MbombelaStadiumMbombelaStadium NAT JOC (Centurion) RoyalBafokeng Stadium LASS (Hoedspruit) BACSS (Pretoria) LoftusVersfeld Stadium Ellispark Stadium Soccer City Stadium Kings Park Stadium Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Green Point Stadium ProvJOC (Durban) ProvJOC (PortEizabeth) ProvJOC (Cape Town) Free State Stadium ProvJOC (Bloemfontein)

21 A DIVISION OF GREENPOINT EXERCISE OV 1 Ysterplaat Radars/ Sensors SAPS Civilian Air Fields NIA Radars/ Sensors Prov JOC Ghost Squadron DF Malan Air Port Tygerberg Hospital Centurion NAT JOC Green Point Stadium

22 A DIVISION OF PROVINCIAL JOINT OPERATIONS CENTRE (JOC) OV 2 Greenpoint 1 Provincial Joint Operations Centre (JOC) 1.10 JOC Commander 1.1 J1 Pers (Support) 1.6 J2 Int 1.3 J3 Ops 1.2 J4 Log Radars/ Sensors Int Community SAPS DPSS Environment 1.8 GBADS 9 Ysterplaat NL8 NL7 11 Mobile Sector Control Centre (MSCC) NL8 NL9 NL6 NL1 10 AFCP NL Flight Approval NL4 1.4 Flight Authorisation NL1.3 Civilian Air Fields DF Malan Air Port NL18

23 A DIVISION OF Greenpoint System Integration

24 A DIVISION OF IDE JC 2 Benefits

25 A DIVISION OF IDE JC 2 BENEFITS Evaluate operational efficiency. Optimal management and sequencing of JC 2 capability growth. Ensure specification and adherence to common JC 2 system and integration standards (Technical Reference Model - TRM). Reduction in development cost and time. Reduction in maintenance cost. Reduction in training cost. Utilisation of current facilities and projects. Utilise and grow with current technologies.

26 A DIVISION OF


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