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1 VISION Dr. Samuel F Harley US Army Aberdeen Test Center “Proud of our past, with a Vision for Tomorrow” VISION A..A

2 VISION Versatile Information Systems Integrated On-line VISION embodies a comprehensive, holistic, top down approach to information collection, management, and ultimate transformation into knowledge. Modular Instrumentation Suite – a family of intelligent instruments configure as an on-vehicle Local Area Network Seamless Communications – wireless Ethernet based on IEEE standards Digital Library – knowledge management web-based system for information fusion VISION employs a web-centric approach that merges and exploits instrumentation and information management technologies

3 Run-time metadata ILH Information TEML (XML) Configuration File Instrumentation Device Project metadata ‘Below the line’ metadata Configuration/Control Self Defining Data Files Concept of Operation Java Web Start

4 Run-time metadata ILH Information TEML (XML) Configuration File Instrumentation Device Project metadata ‘Below the line’ metadata Configuration/Control Self Defining Data Files Concept of Operation Java Web Start xml configuration file for each device JAVA based monitor and control software

5 Run-time metadata ILH Information TEML (XML) Configuration File Instrumentation Device Project metadata ‘Below the line’ metadata Configuration/Control Self Defining Data Files Concept of Operation Java Web Start Configuration file contains: which channels to capture sampling rate what real time algorithms alarm conditions scaling parameters metadata more ……

6 High Speed Network Analyst’s Workstation Internet Integrated Information Systems Operational Environment VISION Instrumentation VISION Instrumentation Object oriented design Object oriented design Scaleable Scaleable Remote display and control Remote display and control Long term compressed data storage Long term compressed data storage Flexible data transfer - fast data access Flexible data transfer - fast data access Information technology fully integrated Information technology fully integrated

7 Instrumentation Devices Attached Organic Applied Sensors Analog IEEE 1394 with TCP/IP WIN-TLANIBAS Wireless Network Video Mass Storage Voice J1939 MIL 1553 HSTSS Rcv Node RTCAMASS Ride Quality

8 Instrumentation Devices Host System Live Data JAVA Byte Code Configuration & MetaData Test Controller Input Object oriented design Scaleable Remote display and control Long term compressed data storage Flexible data transfer - fast data access Enterprise Information ADVANCED DISTRIBUTED MODULAR ACQUISITION SYSTEM (ADMAS) Distributed Memory Java Web Start

9 ADMAS Analog 32 Analog Channels –16 Bit Digitizer –200K samples/sec 2 Counter Timer Up to 1.7 Gbytes removable solid state storage 233 MHz Pentium Class Processor 128 Mbytes Memory Attached/Controlled Signal Conditioner

10 Java Web Start VxWorks, Linux, … Storage Time Synchronization Acquisition Module Sockets Web NFS FTP Network I/O GenericDevice Specific Operating System Application Configuration Management Web Server Host Command ADMAS Logical Architecture ADMAS Logical Architecture Adding Real Time CORBA And ACE-TAO

11 VISION Instrumentation Deployment AAAV –GPS position and time –SAE J-1939 –Utility Bus –CDDI Stryker –GPS position and time –Analog –SAE J-1708 –MIL 1553 M1A2 –MIL 1553 FMTV –Analog –SAE J-1939 IVI –21 st Century VPR CASCOM CEP –Variant for instrumenting Bradley, PLS, HMMWV TMDE –Variant for embedded diagnostics

12 Smart Sensors Enhancement Smart Sensors Enhancement

13 FPGA VISION Web Server Signal Conditioning 12 Bit A/D 400 kHz Blast Microphone DSP IEEE 1394 Blast Overpressure Smart Sensor VISION Compliant Interface for Sensor Status/Control 250 ms Transient Capture Capability (50 ms pre/200 ms post about detected peak) Algorithms –Peak Overpressure Capture/Display –Pulse duration –Damage potential 40 KHz, 6 Pole Bessel Anti-Alias Filter 400 KHz, 12 Bit ADC Field test in August 2003

14 Blast Overpressure Smart Sensor When socketed devices are replaced with surface mount, Size will decrease ~ 50%

15 FPGA VISION Web Server Signal Conditioning 12 Bit A/D 6 DOF Motion Sensor DSP IEEE 1394 Motion Analysis Smart Sensor VISION Compliant Interface for Sensor Status/Control –Accepts Control Commands and Reports Status –Status and statistics via IEEE 1394 Three (3) Axis Rate Sensing (°/s) –1000 sps per channel –Maximum Rate ±60°/s –Accuracy ±1°/s Three (3) Axis Acceleration Sensing (g) –1000 sps per channel –Accuracy ±0.05 g –Maximum Acceleration ±10 g

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20 Common Vehicular Instrumentation Initiative (CVII) CVII is a cooperative effort between the Aberdeen Test Center (ATC) and the Operational Test Command (OTC). CVII is defining the communication infrastructure for modular instrumentation used by the U.S. Army for test and training exercises. The specification includes hardware, protocol / services, and application level interface specifications that are based on a common object model. CVII will provide a basis for development of diverse modules which may be used or "tailored" to the instrumentation requirements of the system under test without the expense of an entirely new instrumentation suite.

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22 CVII Player Unit Compliance Highlights Level 1  A PU Device has a IEEE-1394 Interface  Uses specified CVII Cables and connectors Level 2  A device can plug into the IEEE-1394 Bus and communicate with other CVII devices via Asynchronous and /or Isochronous connections Level 3  IP over IEEE-1394  TCP  FTP Level 4  CVII Devices make use of DHCP Level 5  Basic CORBA services are used by CVII Devices Level 6  CORBA: Naming Service are used by CVII Device   CORBA: Audio and Video Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices  CORBA: SBP-2 Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices

23 CVII Level 1 Compliance Player Unit (PU) Internal Bus Interface  A PU Device has a IEEE-1394 Interface  Uses specified CVII Cables and connectors  A Device can plug into the IEEE-1394 Bus without interfering with other devices in PU Command and Control Center (C3)-  Uses specified CVII Cables and connectors to-PU & PU-to-PU Interface C3-to-C3 Interface  Uses specified CVII Cables and connectors

24 CVII Level 2 Compliance PU Internal Bus Interface  Level 1 Compliance  A device can plug into the IEEE-1394 Bus and communicate with other CVII devices via Asynchronous and /or Isochronous connections  1394 AV/C devices (e.g. video and audio) can interact with other AV/C devices on the PU’s 1394 Bus without disrupting other CVII devices1394  SBP-2 hard disk can interact with any 1394 device (e.g. PC) on the PU’s Bus without disrupting other CVII devices C3-to-PU & PU-to-PU Interface  Conforms to CVII specified device drivers C3-to-C3 Interface  Conforms to CVII specified device drivers

25 CVII Level 3 Compliance PU Internal Bus Interface  Level 1, and 2 Compliance  CVII Devices can interact with 1394 Hard disks via SBP-2  CVII devices can interact with Video and audio applications via AV/C services  Video applications can be timestamp by a CVII device (e.g. recording device or proxy)  IP over IEEE-1394  ICMP  TCP  UDP  IP Services (PU to PU and PU to C3, C3 to C3 ONLY)  TCP and UDP sockets and XML encoding is used (STATIC Metadata is used)

26 CVII Level 3 Compliance C3-to-PU & PU-to-PU Interface  Level 1, and 2 Compliance  IP  ICMP  TCP  UDP  IP Services  TCP and UDP sockets and XML encoding is used (STATIC Metadata is used) C3-to-C3 Interface  Level 1, and 2 Compliance  IP  UDP sockets and XML encoding is used (STATIC Metadata is used)

27 CVII Level 4 Compliance PU Internal Bus Interface  Level 1, 2, and 3 Compliance  CVII Devices make use of DHCP C3-to-PU & PU-to-PU Interface  CVII Devices make use of DHCP C3-to-C3 Interface  CVII Devices make use of DHCP

28 PU Internal Bus Interface  Level 1, 2, 3, and 4 Compliance  Basic CORBA services are used by CVII Devices (Remote Object Procedures and Event Distribution Services using manual object location service)  CORBA: Generic Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices  STATIC Metadata services are used by CVII Devices C3-to-PU & PU-to-PU Interface  Level 1, 2, 3, and 4 Compliance  Basic CORBA services are used by CVII Devices (Remote Object Procedures  and Event Distribution Services using manual object location service)  CORBA: Generic Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices  STATIC Metadata services are used by CVII Devices C3-to-C3 Interface  Level 1, 2, 3, and 4 Compliance  Basic CORBA services are used by CVII Devices (Remote Object Procedures and Event Distribution Services using manual object location service)  CORBA: Generic Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices  STATIC Metadata services are used by CVII Devices CVII Level 5 Compliance

29 CVII Level 6 Compliance PU Internal Bus Interface  Level 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Compliance   ACTIVE Metadata services are used by CVII Devices   CORBA: Naming Service are used by CVII Device (Automatic object location services)   CORBA: Audio and Video Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices  CORBA: SBP-2 Device Control Services are used by CVII Devices C3-to-PU & PU-to-PU Interface  Level 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Compliance   ACTIVE Metadata services are used by CVII Devices  CORBA: Naming Service are used by CVII Device (Automatic object location services) C3-to-C3 Interface  Level 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Compliance   ACTIVE Metadata services are used by CVII Devices   CORBA: Naming Service are used by CVII Device (Automatic object location services)

30 Scripted Scenarios Test Environment High Speed Network Analyst’s Workstation Internet Integrated Information Systems Operational Environment VISION Communication VISION Communication Information conduit to and from military system Makes use of satellite, cellular phone technology, local RF, military networksMakes use of satellite, cellular phone technology, local RF, military networks “Wire Neutral”“Wire Neutral”

31 Perryman Test Area Churchville or Remote VISION Mobile Networking Router ATC Network Munson Test Area Test Area Public Network Router DoDNetwork Remote Test Area Virtual Private Network Technology IEEE IEEE 1394 Router

32 Traditional Communications - each node must transmit and receive from an infrastructure node Traditional Instrumentation MANET Instrumentation Traditional vs. MANET Based Instrumentation Systems MANET communications - each node is a repeater or router No infrastructure Greater spectral efficiency Nodes can communicate directly w/o using tower. Can use towers, if available. MANET, w/power-aware networking, dynamically adjusts power to meet coverage requirements MANET is scalable, and enables local or centralized RTCA

33 High Speed Network Scripted Scenarios Test Environment Analyst’s Workstation Internet Operational Environment VISION Knowledge Management Systems VISION Knowledge Management Systems Fuse Information from several sources into a single coherent “Picture of Truth” Transition from information management to knowledge synthesisTransition from information management to knowledge synthesis

34 VISION Data Management Operational Source Systems (Instrumentation, Observer, Photometrics, …) Extract Data Staging Area Data Presentation Area Data Access Tools Services: Clean,combine and standardize Data Store: Relational tables and HDF-5 Processing: Sorting, scaling and other Sequential processing LoadAccess Additional Data Marts Images Video Firing Performance Weather Etc. Ad Hoc Query Tools Report Writers Analytic Applications Modeling: Forecasting Scoring Data mining LoadAccess Engineering Performance Data Mart Atomic and summary data LoadAccess Test Incident Data Mart Atomic and summary data Data Warehouse Representation

35 System Level Enterprise Preparation Level Enterprise Level Local Quick Look Level Blob Data File JDBC Driver MSExcel Document MSAcces s Database Documen t Enterprise Metadata (Oracle 8i) Web Application s Enterprise Level Reports Enterprise Level MSExcel Spreadsheet( s) Applicatio n Enterprise HDF Applicatio n VISION Process/Data Flow Logical Diagram Standalone GUI Application s Digital Library & Tuesday, April 28, 2015 PURPOSE : Expose Collected Data (BLOB) in an Industry Standard Format (JDBC) PURPOSE : Transform Collected Data To Well Known Commercial Data Viewing Software Package Format, For Singular Low Level Analysis PURPOSE : Move Collected Data To The Common Enterprise Level Data Storage Facility PURPOSE : Expose All Test Data For Group Analysis And Reporting, Via Web And Traditional GUI Desktop Applications Individual HDF Files Application BLOB Converter Application HDF5 File System Under Test / Instrumentation ASCII File Push Daily Reports (HTML, Excel) Individual Data File - HDF, ASCII, Excel or PDF format Download Applicatio n Real-time Monitor and Control Applicatio n Legacy Data File Not-Validated HDF Files Application Auto-Data Validity Application Rejected HDF Files Application Manual Data Recovery Application HDF Enterprise Loader Application Validated HDF Files Legacy BLOB Enterprise Loader Application Get/Set Channel UUIDs Legacy To Blob Converter

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40 VISION Digital Library Web Server Application Server APIs External Web Servers Native Windows Photos.mpg, jpg,.tiff Videos.avi,.mov CORE Oracle 7.3 RAM/ILS Image 3000 Engr Unit DB Oracle 8.0 VIRTUAL TEST DATA Oracle 8.0 Institutional Data Servers MS SQL Server VPG Terrain Databases Workload.dbf Internet / Intranet/Extranet Client Complete Data Servers (.uff,.blb, sdf) Test Documents.doc,.xls,.pdf Live Test Monitoring (ADMAS) Full-Text Index

41 VISION Digital Library Incorporates COTS knowledge management products – Livelink (Opentext) Accessed through the use of a web browser Application is extendable

42 Digital Library/ Data Management Status Digital Library –2,400 Users Expect 5,000 within a year –500 DTC projects Expect all DTC Major Acquisition and 80% of other projects within a year –Project Workspace for all AEC ASTs –Project Workspace for OTC, DTC, ATEC, Air Force and Navy –250,000 digital objects Engineering Performance Data Mart –208,000 BLObs –198 gigabytes –Expected to grow an order of magnitude in the next two years

43 Embedded Instrumentation Recommendations Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Will Rogers

44 Consider the information life cycle up front Define the architectures first Include flexible configuration capabilities Include pre-programmed algorithms or scripting capabilities Do not attempt to embed everything Exploit the synergies with embedded diagnostics and embedded training Embedded Instrumentation Recommendations

45 Instrumentation Devices Attached Organic Applied Sensors Analog IEEE 1394 with TCP/IP WIN-TLANIBAS Wireless Network Video Mass Storage Voice J1939 MIL 1553 HSTSS Rcv Node RTCAMASS Ride Quality

46 Instrumentation Devices Attached Organic Applied Sensors Analog IEEE 1394 with TCP/IP WIN-TLANIBAS GPS WIN-T Wireless Network Video Mass Storage Voice J1939 MIL 1553 HSTSS Rcv Node RTCAMASS Ride Quality

47 Embedded Instrumentation Platform Appliqué Instrumentation DAU C3 Driver 1553 J1939 External Simulations WIN-T System Sensors System Busses System Networks Configuration/Control of Data/Sim/Stim Input/Output to the Instrumentation Net Configuration/Control of Feature Injection/Extraction and Storage User Controlled Test Control/Data Processing and Storage Applied Sensors IFDC J1708 Embedded instrumentation can be implemented as hardware and software, but the most desirable solution is a software layer in a hardware set devoted to test, training, and diagnostics/prognostics Standards for networked appliqué (physical media, transfer protocol, messages. Commands, …) must be adopted to achieve interoperability

48 Scripted Scenarios Test Environment High Speed Network Analyst’s Workstation Internet Integrated Information Systems Operational Environment VISION Begin with the End in Mind VISION Begin with the End in Mind Single Information Stream From Concept to Combat


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