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1 Multilateral Interoperability Programme Date: 29 Sep 06 Unclassified CIO-G6 JC3IEDM Briefing 9 November 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 © Outline Introduction Aim MIP Defined The MIP Concept Organisation Governance / Objective / Advantages JC3IEDM Structure – Select Views Stakeholders / Documentation Summary of Programme.

3 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 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 © 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 © 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 © 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 © 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

8 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Concept Op. Requirements Hierarchy and Prioritisation.

9 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 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.

10 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 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

11 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Governance MSG PMG OWG SEAWG DMWG Priorities set by the PMG Technical solutions – 100% agreement Conflict resolution at the PMG level

12 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Objective of the Initiative To define the minimum operational and technical requirements to be included within system specification which will allow national C2 systems to interoperate by the automatic exchange of data i.e. Level 5 of System Interconnection.

13 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © ADVANTAGES OF JC3IEDM Maximum reuse providing cost avoidance Relatively simple, understandable structure with broad applicability Central concepts have been stable for 12 years Multinational pedigree General, based on military experience (Army Tactical Command and Control Information System - ATCCIS); Easy to extend in response to operational data requirements Joint interfaces (Air Tasking Order (ATO)(NATO) Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN)(NATO) Maritime Mine Warfare (MMW)(NATO))

14 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © JC3IEDM Independent Entities 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

15 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © The JC3IEDM Kernel Everything is directly derived from this kernel or supports it. + Unknown

16 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © A Fundamental Relationship Attribute Level

17 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Person structure

18 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Affiliation

19 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Facility Structure

20 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © Organization Structure

21 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 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

22 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © US JC3IEDM Users & Stakeholders (Partial List) CIO/G-6: JC3IEDM foundation for US Army Data Strategy G3: Has officially endorsed the JC3IEDM GIG –J6I has identified JC3IEDM / MIP addresses Key Interface Profile #17 –Identified as applicable to User Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) COI ABCS –Current US MIP implementation program is Maneuver Control System –Implementation on-going in MCS 6.4 GE –Planned software reuse - other ABCS programs Army Future Combat Systems (FCS) –MIP being leveraged to satisfy coalition interoperability requirements –JC3IEDM integral to FCS data strategy (with extensions) Shared Tactical Picture - Ground (STP-G) –Germany (GE), Italy (IT), Sweden (SW), and the United Kingdom (UK) Blue Force Tracking (BFT) COI Global Force Management (GFM) Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Community DISA XML Registry: MIP XML in Coalition Namespace DMSO: JC3IEDM adopted as basis for Modeling & Simulation Data Strategy Strike COI investigating implementation NECC (JC2) investigating implementation Simulation to C4I Interoperability OIPT (5 Work Plans totaling $1.388M )

23 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © JC3IEDM Documentation JC3IEDM-Overview-UK-DMWG-Edition3.0.pdf JC3IEDM-Main-UK-DMWG-Edition3.0.pdf (600 pgs) JC3IEDM-Annexes-UK-DMWG-Edition3.0.pdf (1400+ pgs) JC3IEDM-MIRD-UK-DMWG-Edition3.0- (Access2000).mdb JC3IEDM-Model-UK-DMWG-Edition3.0.ER1 (in ERwin Version 3.5.2) JC3IEDM-LogicalView-UK-DMWG-Edition3.0.pdf

24 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © 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

25 Multilateral Interoperability Programme UnclassifiedMIP © MIP Website


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