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1 Multilateral Interoperability Programme Date: 8 Dec 06 Unclassified MIP @ 1999-20071 MIP Standard Briefing 8 Dec 2006 www.mip-site.org This Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP) Standard Briefing been reviewed and is hereby “Approved” by the Heads of Delegation of participating members. The information contained herein remains the property of the MIP Participants; as such, its release to nations or agencies, who are not themselves participants in the Multilateral Interoperability Programme, including the media and general public is agreed however, unauthorised amendment of the information is not permitted. Use of MIP information, from this or any other MIP document, is entirely at the Users risk. Furthermore, if information contained within this document is used, appropriate acknowledgement to the MIP should be made.

2 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20072 Outline Introduction Aim MIP Defined The MIP Concept MIP Baseline Phases & fielding plan Organisation Integrated Operational Test & Evaluation MIP Specification Implementation, Adoption & Stability Summary of Programme.

3 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20073 Introduction (1) Looking for a “Common Understanding” of the Battlespace. “Interoperability of information” is essential. Information across national and language boundaries. From tactical to operational and strategic levels. Interaction with NGO.

4 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20074 Introduction (2) The “Shared Awareness” implies “Shared Information”. A common language. AIM: Deliver an assured capability for interoperability of information Combined joint operations C2IEDM & JC3IEDM (STANAG 5525). Covers War, CRO and DAT.

5 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20075 Aim “The aim of the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP) is to achieve international interoperability of Command and Control Information Systems (C2IS) at all levels from corps to battalion, or lowest appropriate level, in order to support multinational (including NATO), combined and joint operations and the advancement of digitization in the international arena.”

6 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20076 MIP Defined (1) What it is and what it provides: –Materiel / Combat developer forum. –Mature Process. –Consensus-based Technical Specs. –Venue for international interoperability testing –Coordinates synchronization of materiel fielding plans –System-independent capability based on information interoperability

7 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20077 MIP Defined (2) What it is not : –A typical cooperative development program: No common funding No single Program Manager No common hardware or software development –Organization specific, e.g., NATO, PFP, ABCA...

8 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20078 Concept End-State 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) COLLABORATION COMMON UNDERSTANDING

9 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-20079 NATIONAL A NATIONAL C2IS (A) ODB Concept MIP Solution MCI C2IEDM NATIONAL C2IS (B) ODB INTERNATIONAL MIP SOLUTION (Lingua Franca) NATIONAL B Specifications SOPs Documents (MIP) MAPPING

10 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200710 Concept Foundations NATIONAL A INTERNATIONAL MCI NATIONAL B C2IEDM C2IS (A) ODB C2IEDM C2IS (B) ODB C2IS (D) ODB C2IS (C) ODB NATIONAL CNATIONAL D MIP SOLUTION (Lingua Franca) UNIQUE COMMON PICTURE COMMON UNDERSTANDING

11 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200711 National C2IS (Nation B) National C2IS (Nation A) Concept MCI (co-located) Router Switch MEM DEM Router Switch MEM DEM Implementation (A) Implementation (B)

12 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200712 Concept Security COMMS (Nation A) COMMS (Nation A) COMMS (Nation B) COMMS (Nation B) SECURE AREA MCI (A) Imple. (C) Imple. C2IS (A) C2IS (C) COMMS (Nation C) COMMS (Nation C) C2IS (B) ZZ Z ‘Red’ Area ‘Black’ Runs (B) Imple.

13 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200713 National C2IS Concept Data Replication C2IEDM {101}A05{206010001207770023|7|R05{206010001207770…. User Terminal En. Armored Bat in 30TXM200123 II Ethernet LAN Nat. DB PDU En. Armored Bat in 30TXM200123 MIP Common Interface Nat. Comms.

14 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200714 MIP Baseline Phases (1) Y1Y2Y3Y4Y5 Inception Elaboration Construction Integration FOC Transition In service period Baseline Release

15 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200715 MIP Baseline Phases (2) 110304050607080910 Baseline 3 Inception Elaboration Construction Integration FOC Transition In service period Baseline Release Baseline 4 Inception Elaboration Construction Integration FOC Transition In service p. B4 Release Today Baseline 2 Inception Elaboration Construction Integration FOC Transition In service period Baseline Release

16 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200716 Concept Op. Requirements Hierarchy and Prioritisation.

17 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200717 Concept C2IEDM GH – LC2IEDM – C2IEDM – JC3IEDM Automated C2 Interface Exchange Mechanism To Support Liaison and Automation –Exchange Of Orders/Graphics –Holdings/Status Information e.g., AD Weapons Control & Running Status Operational exchange standards use a common vocabulary consisting of 176 information categories that include over 1500 content elements. Information Exchange Data Model Serves as a Hub for functional areas CRO & Joint IERs

18 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200718 Concept Baseline 1 NATO DEGREE 2.H INTEROPERABILITY NATO LEVEL 5 INTERCONNECTIVITY NATO DEGREE 4.A INTEROPERABILITY NATO LEVEL 4 INTERCONNECTIVITY C2IEDM NATIONAL C2IS (A) ODB C2IEDM NATIONAL C2IS (A) ODB MIP Agreed Standard for DEM DATA EXCHANGE MECHANISM MIP Agreed Standard for MEM MESSAGE EXCHANGE MECHANISM MIP MTF MIP MTF Translation and formatting mechanism Translation and formatting mechanism Translation and formatting mechanism Translation and formatting mechanism

19 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200719 Concept Baseline 2 NATO DEGREE 2.H INTEROPERABILITY NATO LEVEL 5 INTERCONNECTIVITY NATO DEGREE 4.A INTEROPERABILITY NATO LEVEL 4 INTERCONNECTIVITY C2IEDM NATIONAL C2IS (A) ODB C2IEDM NATIONAL C2IS (A) ODB MIP Agreed Standard for DEM DATA EXCHANGE MECHANISM Translation and formatting mechanism Translation and formatting mechanism MIP Agreed Standard for MEM MESSAGE EXCHANGE MECHANISM eSMTP MTA MMHS

20 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200720 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS AUS JCCS, BCSSLTUTAVVIS AUTPHOENIXPOLSZAFRAN BELISISPRT SICCE BULFICISROUSIAAB CZEGF-TCCSSVN SITAWARE FINFINACCISSWE ISMARK,SLB GRCHARCCISACT BiSC - AIS HUNHAVIRJFC FULL MEMBERS CAN TacC2IS DNKDACCIS FRASICF, SIR DEUHEROS-2/1 ITA SIACCON NLDISIS NORNORTaC/NORCCIS ESPSIMACET TURTACCIS GBRATacCS/ComBAT USAMCS Organisation Members *Country codes according NATO STANAG 1059 Ed 8.

21 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200721 Enhanced MIP HistoryQIP 1980 1990 2000 MERGING (SOI) 2001 MERGING 1998 NDAG: NATO Data Administration Group NDAG MoA 2004

22 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200722 Organisation MIP Steering Group (MSG) Programme Management Group (PMG) Systems Engineering & Architecture Working Group (SEAWG) Configuration Control Working Group (CCWG) NDAG Data Modelling Working Group (DMWG) Multi-Disciplinary Working Parties (MDWPs) Chair Deputy Operational Working Group (OWG) Test & Evaluation Working Group (TEWG) ChairVice ChairChairVice Chair

23 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200723 IOT&E Confirm the operational fieldability of the MEM and DEM in accordance with MTIR v. 1.0 requirements. EDE (NL), Sep ’03 11 nations, 13 TOCs, 550 visitors, 394 participants.

24 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200724 IOT&E ORBAT and C2ISs PO SICCE PO SICCE XXX SP SIMACET SP SIMACET XX FR SICF FR SICF XX SP SIMACET SP SIMACET II FR SIR FR SIR II DK DACCIS DK DACCIS X IT SIACCON IT SIACCON X UK ATacCS /ComBAT UK ATacCS /ComBAT X NO NACCIS NO NACCIS XX GE Heros GE Heros NL ISIS NL ISIS X US MCS US MCS X CA LFCS CA LFCS X SHAPE LCCIS SHAPE LCCIS National Link MEM & DEM DEM

25 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200725 IOT&E Findings The MIP Interface performed well and supported the exchange of data necessary to establish the COP Emerging results indicate further development is required in certain areas Current implementations are planned for use in future exercises and can provide an initial operational capability if required.

26 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200726 Specification Schedule Dec 2003 - Release of the MIP Baseline 1 Feb 2004 - MOA with NDAG Oct 2004 - Baseline 2 Tests start Oct 2005. Feb & April 2006 - Operational Level Test & Assessment Dec 2006 - Release of the MIP Baseline 2

27 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200727 MIP Adoption & Stability National C2IS NATO Corporate Data Model NATO Corporate Data Model NATO Force Goal NATO Force Goal NATO Standardisation Agreement NATO Standardisation Agreement BiSC AIS Land Functional Services BiSC AIS Land Functional Services NATO C3 Technical Architecture NATO C3 Technical Architecture NATO Policy HRF(L) / NRF

28 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200728 Summary Firm Foundations –Proven Concept NATO Buy-in (NDAG MoA) National Commitment Clear Roadmap to the Future Return of investment by: –Manageability –Legacy-tolerant –Evolutionary –Standard

29 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 1999-200729 MIP Website www.mip-site.org


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