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2 Sensor Grid Engagement (Shooter) Grid Information (C2) Grid Sensors Command & Control Shooters Objects

3 BSS ACCCS EWS ADC&RS TCS CIDSS BMS F-INSAS C4ISR SYSTEMS : INDIAN ARMY

4 Drawback of the Present System All Systems operating in silos No common viewpoint available Integrity and commonality of data No single source of truth / CoP No Interoperability between the different systems Holistic Assessment of expenditure, capabilities built and progress cannot be made available

5 CICP EMERALD MO DTE ARMD ISSUE OF RIO All Updated at Different Times LOGINET OIS 04 Jan Jan Feb 12 Data Integrity? MISO 01 Feb Jan 12

6 Data Standardisation Various Ways a Data Represented Tank T-72  EMERALD : Tank T-72 Mark II  CICP : Tank T-72 Type Mark II  Armd Dte : Tank T-72 Mod 1 Mar 2 Which is the True Nomenclature?

7 Solution Solution is to have an Enterprise Wide Architecture (EWA).

8 Enterprise Wide Architecture (EWA) What is EWA. EWA Presents a unified view of the IT infrastructure The purpose of EWA is to create a map of:- –IT Assets –Business Processes –Governance principles

9 Basic Components of EWA  Business architecture: documentation that outlines the company's most important business processes.  Information architecture: identifies where important blocks of information, such as a customer record, are kept and how one typically accesses them.  Application system architecture: a map of the relationships of software applications to one another.  The infrastructure technology architecture: a blueprint for the gamut of hardware, storage systems, and networks.  The business architecture is the most difficult to build.

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12 Integration of Stand-alone Systems : System of Systems Integration possible at  Process Level  Data Level  Application Level

13 CICPEMERALD MO DTE ARMD ISSUE OF RIO All Updated at the Same Time 04 Jan 2012, 0945 Hrs LOGINET OIS

14 DoDAF Architecture Framework Ver 2.0 DoDAF Ver 2.0 serves as the overarching, comprehensive framework & conceptual model for enabling the development of archietectures to facilitate the ability of DoD Managers at all levels to make key decisions more effectively to through organised info sharing acorss the dept, Joint Capability Areas, Mission, Component and Program Boundaries. It is a comprehensive document. It incorporates viewpoints of all stakeholders. DoD & Jt CoS to decide Governance issues. Product of Clinger-Cohen Act 1996 prompted by Office of the Budget Management.

15 What are Viewpoints Viewpoints are organized by various views. These views that act as mechanisms for visualizing, understanding, and assimilating the broad scope and complexities of an architecture description through tabular, structural, behavioural, ontological, pictorial, temporal, or graphical means. It is especially suited to large systems with complex integration and interoperability challenges.

16 Perspectives: Viewpoints That Fit-the-Purpose 15 All Viewpoint Overarching aspects of architecture context that relate to all models Data and Information Viewpoint Articulate the data relationships and alignment structures in the architecture content Standards Viewpoint Articulate applicable Operational, Business, Technical, and Industry policy, standards, guidance, constraints, and forecasts Systems Viewpoint Articulate the legacy systems or independent systems, their composition, interconnectivity, and context providing for, or supporting, DoD functions Services Viewpoint Articulate the performers, activities, services, and their exchanges providing for, or supporting, DoD functions Operational Viewpoint Articulate operational scenarios, processes, activities & requirements Capability Viewpoint Articulate the capability requirement, delivery timing, and deployed capability Project Viewpoint Describes the relationships between operational and capability requirements and the various projects being implemented; Details dependencies between capability management and the Defense Acquisition System process. Architectural viewpoints are composed of data that has been organized to facilitate understanding.

17 16 Government Political Processes Complex Communications Systems Complex Hardware & Software Complex Security Systems Complex Computing Systems Many Corporations Complex Military Hardware Many Users Many Suppliers Demographic Challenges Geographic Challenges Complex System Of Systems

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19 Airframe Hydraulic System Electrical System & Wiring Fuel & Powerplant Avionics Systems Rotor System Dynamic Drive System Flight Control System Avionics Components & Mission Equipment ComponentsComplexity 4+ Million Lines of Code 48,000 parts

20 Satellite City Ethernet Satellite Comm. Tower Radar Tower Complexity

21 20 Complex System Of Systems Radar Tower

22 Army cranking up its modernisation drive, 680 projects worth Rs 2 Lakh Crores lined up for the 12 the plan period. DPP 2011 Para 9a. HQ IDS will bring out a public version of perspective document outlining the technology perspective and capability roadmap covering a period of 15 years. This document will be widely publicized and made available on MoD website. DPP 2011 Para 74(c). A defence procurement network electronically connecting all agencies involved in defence procurement, to build up a database and information system. Headlines / DPP 2011


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