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1 NATO UNCLASSIFIED TechNet Europe 2005 E.COMbat – Strategies for Success NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency NC3A Keynote Speech Dag Wilhelmsen, General Manager Lisbon, Portugal, 20 – 21 October 2005

2 NATO UNCLASSIFIED2 NC3A Mission Support NATO through seamless provision of Unbiased Scientific Support & C4ISR Acquisition ( C4ISR = Communication, Command & Control, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance )

3 NATO UNCLASSIFIED3 4 Scientist / Technicians 85 Engineers 21 Contracting Staff 30 Managers 54 Support Staff 3 HR Staff 1 Security Staff 23 National Experts 221 The Hague Brussels Total NC3A staff: 580 (incl. 56 Military) As of NATO C3 Agency 243 Scientists / Technicians 11 Engineers 6 Contracting Staff 19 Managers 80 Support Staff 7 HR Staff 16 Security staff 80 Contractors / Consultants 8 VNC’s 470

4 NATO UNCLASSIFIED4 Viable NATO Forces Coherence Agent Long Term Capability Requirements Commonly Funded C4ISR Nationally Funded C4ISR CapabilityPackages ForceProposals ArchitectureInteroperability Transformation Agent Delivery Agent Interagency Multinational National Agencies & Industry

5 NATO UNCLASSIFIED5 NC3A the NATO portal to National Agencies and Industry National Agencies & Industry Spiral Development & Multinational Collaborations

6 NATO UNCLASSIFIED6 Integrated/ Coalition/ Interagency/ Netcentric/ Effects based  Intelligence tools  Training and exercise capabilities  C2, Surveillance and Reconnaissance  Network Centricity (NNEC) Coalition C4ISR Reform of capability implementation process! + Technology challenges to achieve a viable NATO Response Force:

7 NATO UNCLASSIFIED7 Coherent Capability Implementation Process SPOW NSIP EPOW Project A Deliverable Project B Deliverable Project C Deliverable Project E Deliverable Project F Deliverable Project D Deliverable Project H Deliverable Project I Deliverable Project G Deliverable Industry NC3A ACT Requires  NC3A Specifies  Industry Implements

8 NATO UNCLASSIFIED8 Challenges that the “E.COMbat”- community should address 1.Maximum use of commercial and industrial standards 2.“State of the art” modelling and simulation technologies to address NRF’s training challenges 3.Experimentation, concept validation and DOTMLPFI- certification using networked battlelabs, demonstrations and exercises

9 NATO UNCLASSIFIED9 Challenges that the “E.COMbat”- community should address 1.Maximum use of commercial and industrial standards 2.“State of the art” modelling and simulation technologies to address NRF’s training challenges 3.Experimentation, concept validation and DOTMLPFI- certification using networked battlelabs, demonstrations and exercises

10 NATO UNCLASSIFIED10 Software Defined Radio (SDR)  NNEC implications:  Significant use of wireless network elements  Greater interconnection e.g. wireless and fixed; NATO and National systems;  Convergence to network technologies;  Granularity of interoperability down to lowest echelon  SDR is not a waveform !  SDR is a radio implementation which enhances:  Interoperability – ‘copying’ software definitions between radios  - backwards compatibility plus fast deployment of future waveforms  Networking at lowest levels and between national systems  Civil – Military Interoperation: Software definitions of civil radios  Software Communications Architecture (SCA)  Common architecture for SDR (h/w & s/w)  used by current SDR procurements e.g. JTRS  NATO nations and industry have adopted SCA  NATO addressing alliance and coalition requirements for SCA  Coherence of NATO plans and SDR capabilities  Maximising benefits of SDR to enable NNEC  New NATO waveforms optimised for SDR …. an enabler for NNEC

11 NATO UNCLASSIFIED11 TACOMS Post 2000  Thirteen (13) nations signed an MoU  To provide the standards (STANAGs) for communication interoperability in the Land Combat Zone.  Based on commercial technology  Service-based architecture (formally referred to as Service Oriented Architecture - SOA)  Mobility support  Standards for:  Interfaces (IOP, UTAP, ENAP)  QoS concept  Network services (directory, routing, addressing, naming, call handling)

12 NATO UNCLASSIFIED12 From Need to Know to Need to Share Effective C2 for international operations Shared Tactical Picture National Implementation (Nation A) National Implementation (Nation B) Automatic Exchange Mechanism Common Data Model Common Data Model Staff Officers (Nation B) Staff Officers (Nation A) Commander (Nation A) Commander (Nation B) COLABORATION COMMON UNDERSTANDING

13 NATO UNCLASSIFIED13 MIP for Coalition C2 Interoperability Info Exchange DJTF LC2IS Info Exchange LCC C2IS Nation A Exchange Info Exchange Info Exchange Info Exchange e.g. NRF Brigade C2IS Nation B MIP Aim: Enable Mission Critical Shared Situational Awareness for Multi-National Operations Method: Develop and implement Automated Information Exchange amongst NATO and National C2IS NATO: Provides LC2IS as un-biased MIP Reference system (MRS) for current and future MIP development Can timely validate and Influence current and required Coalition (NRF!) C2IS Interoperability Information Battalion C2IS Nation E Battalion C2IS Nation D Battalion C2IS Nation C

14 NATO UNCLASSIFIED14 NCOIC Members – September 16, 2005 Total Members: 79Additional Pending Members: 0 Active Inquiries: 81Newest Members are in Blue Tier 1 Members (24)  BAE Systems, Inc.  Boeing  CACI  Cisco Systems  EADS  EFW  EMC  General Dynamics  Harris Corporation  Hewlett-Packard  IBM  Intel Corp.  ITT Industries  L-3 Communications Integrated Systems  Lockheed Martin  Northrop Grumman  Oracle  Raytheon  Rockwell Collins  Saab  SAIC  Sun Microsystems  Thales  Themis Computer Tier 2 Members (3)  Alcatel Government Solutions  Factiva  Israel Aircraft Industries

15 NATO UNCLASSIFIED15 NCOIC Members – September 16, 2005 Total Members: 79Additional Pending Members: 0 Active Inquiries: 81Newest Members are in Blue Tier 3 Members (52)  The Aerospace Corporation  AeroVironment Inc  AFEI  Anteon Corporation  Argon ST  Ball Solutions Group  Bay Microsystems Inc  BearingPoint  Camber Corporation  CB Technologies  Ciena Government Solutions  Cryptek, Inc  Crystal Group  Cubic Defense Applications  DCN  EDISOFT S.A.  Engenio Information Technologies  Ericsson  Finmeccanica  FlightSafety International  Honeywell  INDRA  Innerwall  Innovative Concepts, Inc  Institute for Defense Analyses  Johns Hopkins U. Applied Physics Lab  LynuxWorks Inc.  Marconi Communications Federal Inc  MBL International, Ltd.  McDonald Bradley, Inc  Microsoft  MITRE  Motorola  Objective Interface Systems, Inc.  PTC  Real-Time Innovations, Inc  Rheinmetall Defence Electronics  SRI International  RUAG Electronics  SAP Labs, Inc.  Sikorsky Aircraft  Smiths Aerospace  Software Engineering Institute/Carnegie Mellon University  SPARTA, Inc  SuprTEK  Systematic Software Engineering A/S  Systems Integration and Development, Inc.  Terma A/S  University of Maryland, CSHCN  Wakelight Technologies, Inc  West Virginia High Tech. Consortium Foundation  Wind River Systems

16 NATO UNCLASSIFIED16 NCOIC Affiliates  NATO: ACT/ NC3A/ NIAG  AFEI: Association for Enterprise Integration  W2COG:Worldwide Consortium for the Grid  OFT: Office of Force Transformation  AIAA:American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics  OASIS:Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards  NDIANational Defense Industrial Association  GEIA:Government Electronics & Information Association  OMG:Object Management Group  OGC: Open Geospatial Consortium  IDLS:International Data Link Society

17 NATO UNCLASSIFIED17 Challenges that the “E.COMbat”- community should address 1.Maximum use of commercial and industrial standards 2.“State of the art” modelling and simulation technologies to address NRF’s training challenges 3.Experimentation, concept validation and DOTMLPFI- certification using networked battlelabs, demonstrations and exercises

18 NATO UNCLASSIFIED18 Training for the NRF NC3A M&S M&S R&DM&S R&D M&S EmploymentM&S Employment JWC/JFTC Training provider HQ’s/NRF’s Subject for Tr & ExSubject for Tr & Ex Planner for METPPlanner for METP SPOWScientific Methods & tools SLA:Assist Plan + run CAX ACO Operational CapabilityOperational Capability Identify Cap’ty shortfallsIdentify Cap’ty shortfalls Tr & Ex Schedule (METP)Tr & Ex Schedule (METP) Ex ObjectivesEx Objectives Ex FundingEx Funding TaskingFunding Training ACT TransformationTransformation Develop newDevelop newcapabilities Training DeliveryTraining Delivery Tasking/Funding Tasking/funding Assist plan + run CAX + run CAXR&DTransformation OperationalCapabilities JWC/JFTC CP

19 NATO UNCLASSIFIED19 Multinational M&S for NRF ? DiMuNDS 2000 Distributed Multi-National Defence Simulation DiMuNDS 2000 Project: Building a HLA-based federation of multi- national simulations within a representative operational context. DiMuNDS 2000 provided: first step to support CJTF CAX requirements procedural and technical skill building in applying HLA open and extendible federation Federation Participants ALICE (Air-to-Air, Air-to-Ground) JTLS (Sea-to-Air, Sea-to-Ground, Sea-to-Sea) KIBOWI (Gnd-to-Gnd, Ground-to-Air) STRADIVARIUS (Air-to-Air, Air-to-Ground, Air-to-Sea) DCT (Data Collection & Analysis) FMT (Federation Management) FVT (Federation Verification) Federation Management / Integrator NC3A

20 NATO UNCLASSIFIED20 Challenges that the “E.COMbat”- community should address 1.Maximum use of commercial and industrial standards 2.“State of the art” modelling and simulation technologies to address NRF’s training challenges 3.Experimentation, concept validation and DOTMLPFI- certification using networked battlelabs, demonstrations and exercises

21 NATO UNCLASSIFIED ISR Testbed C2 Testbeds CIS Testbed Data Collection & Dissemination Assessmen t & Exploitation Information Collection Managemen t ISR Mission Planning And Tasking ISR Mission Planning And Tasking OrientOrient ObserveObserve ActAct DecideDecide WAN Combined Federated Battle Laboratories Network (CFBLNet) Integrated Battlelab Facility at NC3A s NR NS Air Gap NU

22 NATO UNCLASSIFIED22 THE RAINBOW A spectrum of functions – Coherent effects NATO facilities NATO nation facilities Partner nation facilities Industry National agencies CFBLnet NATO systems NATO systems Multinational projects Multinational projects Coalition projects Coalition projects CFBLnet PoP NC3A Infosphere

23 NATO UNCLASSIFIED23 CFBL Level 0 Topology 384KB ISDN (Backup) 10MB 15MB 45MB 10MB 2 MB 8 MB 1MB 5MB 34MB 1.5 MB 2 MB CTDC Tunneys Pasture CAN IT Zentrum der Bundeswehr Euskirchen DE Centre d'Electronique de l'Armement (CELAR) Bruz FRA JISA Wellington NZL AITS-JPO Arlington, VA USA DSTO Fernhill Canberra AUS ACT Norfolk, VA NATO RAF Molesworth, UK Wahiawa, US Primary JWID Lillehammer, NO NATO 2 MB 6 MB V10: Oct GBR Portsdown West NC3A Hague, NL NATO NDLO/CIS Kolsås NO

24 NATO UNCLASSIFIED24 C4ISTAR Interoperability Experimentation, Test and Validation DECONFLICTCOORDINATEINTEGRATE COHERENT Effects-Based Operational Interagency Land Forces Air Forces SOF Maritim e Forces Land Forces Air Forces SOF Maritim e Forces Land Forces Air Forces SOF Maritim e Forces Multinational Communciate & Inform Collaborate & Plan Sense & Respond Implementation Themes  Experiment, test and validate net-ready criteria (Interoperability Performance Parameters) during the NNEC development, e.g.:  Definition of multilevel net-readiness  Information Exchange Requirements (IERs) replaced by  Network Enterprise Services (NES), and  Network Exchange Requirements (NERs)  Validate systems against the developed net-ready criteria

25 NATO UNCLASSIFIED25 Coalition (US) CWID  Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration  In previous years known as Joint Warrior Interoperability Demonstration  2004 / 2005 led by US NORTHCOM  2006 / 2007 to be led by US EUCOM (Germany)  Participants – Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, US, Republic of Korea, “NATO”  Execution at multiple sites within each country in June, runs on CFBLNet

26 NATO UNCLASSIFIED26 Service Oriented Architecture for STGP: Bringing together the worlds of MIP, CAESAR, NIRIS and others NATO SECRET Network Environment (XML over TCP/IP) NATO SECRET Network Environment (XML over TCP/IP) End Users ISR Platforms (e.g. JSTARS, ASTOR) via CAESAR Shared Database Passive Observation (Unattended) Sensor Service Registry Web Services Interface Web Services Interface (Note that development of Interfaces means NO significant changes to existing systems!) Web Services Interface Special Forces Spot Reports Web Services Interface MIP Database NIRIS Tactical Data Links Web Services Interface Core (Common) Services

27 NATO UNCLASSIFIED27 NFFI BFMTR GWY NFFI conv NFFI KFOR IFTS GCCS-A BFA NORCCIS-II NFFI GWY NFFI GWY NFFI GWY NATO FF Interface – CWID 05 US NATO-procured FTS FR dissemination Know.Wall NFFI Web Server NIRIS WSI IT NO LC2IS conv NFFI GTO Other Sys NIRIS WSI NO - DINA

28 NATO UNCLASSIFIED28 Multi-Sensor Aerospace-Ground Joint Interoperable ISR Coalition Multi-Sensor Aerospace-Ground Joint Interoperable ISR Coalition  To develop network enabled interoperability  To enlarge the number of sensors exercised and integrated in the coalition  To address the issues of near real time sensor data  To support development of NATO and national doctrine

29 NATO UNCLASSIFIED29 CONTACTING NC3A NC3A Brussels Visiting address: Bâtiment Z Avenue du Bourget 140 B-1110 Brussels Telephone +32 (0) Fax +32 (0) Postal address: NATO C3 Agency Boulevard Leopold III B-1110 Brussels - Belgium NC3A The Hague Visiting address: Oude Waalsdorperweg AK The Hague Telephone +31 (0) Fax +31 (0) Postal address: NATO C3 Agency P.O. Box CD The Hague The Netherlands


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