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NCOIC GCC OWS-10 presentation 10 7 2013

  1. 1. NCOIC Rapid Response Capability Demonstration Geospatial Community Cloud Concept September 12, 2013 © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  2. 2. 2013: NCOIC At a Glance • Global organization focused on industry neutral concepts for NCO adoption and interoperability • 9-year legacy of addressing global cross-domain interoperability issues and concepts • Lexicon, tools, processes and resources for building interoperable systems across multiple marketplaces • 55+ members and affiliates representing 12 countries Members are Global Leaders: Academic institutions Air Traffic Management providers Service providers Consulting Engineering Logistics Defense suppliers All military services Multinational Government agencies Includes FFRDC & SETA Non-Govt. Agencies International Organizations Human service agencies System Integrators Commercial systems Defense systems IT firms Communications Data management Human-Machine interface Information assurance Standards Bodies NCOIC’s Advisory Council and many External Relationships Ensures Focus on Customer Needs (Joint, Interagency, Civilian, Governmental, and Defense)
  3. 3. NCOIC Plenary Meeting Brussels, Belgium June 21 – 25, 2010 NCOIC Lab Interoperability Project © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  4. 4. • Integration of labs (started with battle labs) • No common Industry approach • 6 months to integrate a 4-company event *  ~3 months for event objectives  ~3 months to implement the infrastructure to support interoperability • Total cost of the event is approximately $1.2 million US or $300K for each company in this example • Lack common approach increases Risk * Based on Boeing experience over last 4 years with industry averages Background © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  5. 5.  Using the lab interoperability technical framework reduces expense, time, and risk  Saves companies approximately $200k per event  Reduces time-to-event execution by 2/3rds  Reduces risk of event failure Summary Processes 2 4 3 1 Communication Interoperability and Information Assurance DescriptionLevel Core Middleware Support for LVC environment Applications Hosted in Environment Convergence of Visualization and Presentation Capability Technology Focus on Levels 1- 3 © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  6. 6. Geospatial Community Cloud Create Federated Environment Set Up Virtual Organization Access Control Central Registry Platform Resources Localized Infrastructure Expert User Cloud Operator Infrastructure Provider Data / Content Provide r Platform Provider Deployed User Processes 2 4 3 1 Communication Interoperability and Information Assurance DescriptionLevel Core Middleware Support for LVC environment Applications Hosted in Environment Convergence of Visualization and Presentation Capability Technology Focus on Levels 1-3 NGA Focus The NCOIC is a interoperability process organization NCOIC members are trying to get more value out of each product Interoperability is a key value added capability Government can do the same NGA task; create a geospatial environment where information is shared © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  7. 7. DEMONSTRATION CONSIDERATIONS The consortium was asked to consider ‘how to’ : – leverage industry best practices – protect digital geospatial data – manage a bandwidth challenged environment – ensure geospatial data consistency, interoperability and mobility – enable international collaboration – facilitate backward compatibility © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  8. 8. Cycle 1 Cloud Infrastructure Geospatial Community Cloud Create Federated Environment Set Up Virtual Organization Access Control Central Registry Platform Resources Localized Infrastructure Cycle 1 -- Build the “Infrastructure as a Service” (IaaS) Four cloud services acquired Amazon NJVC Google Savvis Acquired storage space Acquired Registry Everything leased Averaging $3-5k per mo © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  9. 9. 3 Cycle 2 Application Providers Geospatial Community Cloud Create Federated Environment Set Up Virtual Organization Access Control Central Registry Platform Resources Localized Infrastructure Expert User Cloud Operator Infrastructure Provider Data / Content Provider Platform Provider Deployed User Cycle 2 Plug into Cloud App providers: Applications for services Fire & Rescue Emergency Medical Impact Assessment SA ; location; structure, C2 Data providers Data made available to users Data developed by users Virtual Organization (VO) Sets data usage parameters Multiple VO capabilities Role based access © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  10. 10. Demonstration •Haiti •Unified Response •Infrastructure Build •Capabilities Integrated © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  11. 11. Operational Value • Haiti provides an excellent model as the Hemisphere’s largest disaster for this project as it covered the entire spectrum of operations with joint agency, coalition military, NGOs and private organizations • Unified Response did use social media tools and Google Earth and All Partners Access Network developed by PACOM but – – Old fashion grease pencils on maps were widely used still – Military/US Government overwhelmed by Nations, NGOs and Private entities with desire to response and support • Military and interagency operations were a huge improvement in collaboration but engagement with other international communities needs improvement • IT infrastructures were not agile and access/permissions hindered effective collaboration © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  12. 12. GEOCLOUD Incident Control Center Boeing-2 Dynamic Replan Civil Engineering Winthrop-7 BYOD Env Management Urban Srch & Rescue Boeing-3 Op Impact Assess Dashboard International Coordination NCOIC-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team Raytheon-5 Android Tactical System Response Fire Response Team Raytheon-4 R3 Decision Support Tool Bridge USGS- 18 Twitter -15 Ship Traffic- 16 EM Resp Air Traffic-17 Road Secondary Warehouse 14 8 9 13 12 11 VO bucket Scripted Communication Technical Communication Interface (Proposed) Technical Communication Interface (Completed) Cloud Management NJVC-19 Cloud Services Brokerage Major earthquake occurs in Haiti.NATO initiate HADR mission.NATO GEOCLOUD contingency plan initiated. Regional cloud broker platform and Haiti HADR virtual organization established. NATO member countries provide key capabilities to HADR mission.Incident Control Center establish in Haiti.Red Cross engages as first major NGO to respond.GEOCLOUD initial roles established.Israel joins response as first non-NATO donor country.Roles modified to include Israel. Emergency Mgmt Team Telos-6 SE7EN Mission Planner / AMHS/T-6 10 Primary Warehouse Relief ships reported in route to port facility. Twitter post indicate possible structural damage to key bridges, roads and distribution facilities Israeli law enforcement team assigned to visually inspect key bridge, roads and two distribution warehouses. Pri W’house Collapsed Primary warehouse reported as collapsed with fire, multiple medical emergencies and people trapped in the rubble. Emer Mgmt team dispatches Fire Res Team, Disaster Med Assist Team and Urban Srch & Res to pri warehouse site. Fire Res Team assigned to monitor seismic activity and site air traffic control Cyber intrusion concerns prompts Turkey to limit Israeli access to geodata they provide. COIs adjusted. Following NATO collaborative cyber defense protocols, other countries follow suit. COIs adjusted. All countries request geodata audit. Pri W’house Collapsed Situation stabilized. Supplies at secondary warehouse. TS: 1TS: 2TS: 3TS: 4TS: 5TS: 6TS: 7TS: 8TS: 9TS: 10TS: 11TS: 12TS: 13TS: 14TS: 15TS: 16TS: 17
  13. 13. Cloudcuity Core Infrastructure Build Savvis Google Google Geosvr Boeing Geosvr AWS OpenStack Aero VO GeoPaaS Geoserver Pooling
  14. 14. Build Infrastructure (Live)
  15. 15. Cloudcuity NCOIC Rapid Response Capability Savvis Google Google Geosvr Boeing Geosvr R3 AWS BYOD T6 RATS GeoPaaS Civil Eng Cmd & CtlFire Medical OpenStack Aero VO NRRC
  16. 16. Introduction • Challenge: Securely manage resource sharing across a dynamic, distributed IT environment • Approach: Virtual Organizations (VOs) – A VO is a security and collaboration context that is not exclusively associated with any one physical organization or site • An organization in cyber-space with agreed upon structure, rules and processes – A VO has members that are assigned roles – a role identity • A membership role grants specific capabilities within a given VO – Sites participating in a VO contribute resources, i.e., data and services • Sites retain complete control over their own resources! • Access by VO members can be modified or revoked at any time – Logging into a VO provides Single Sign-On for all resources within that VO • Resources from all participating sites are made available to VO members -- according to their role – VOs enable federated, community clouds © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  17. 17. Adding VOs to OpenStack • We integrated a VO Management System (VOMS) with OpenStack – OpenStack is an open-source cloud software project – We modified the Keystone Security and Swift Object Store Services to use the VOMS – We extended the OpenStack project concept to include VO projects Cloud A Keystone Cloud CCloud B Keystone The VOMS manages info for multiple VOs • Members • Roles • Participating SitesVOMS w/ VOMS Admin Haiti VO Haiti VO Admin Swift Swift Swift List Upload Download Keystone
  18. 18. Using VO Roles to Manage Data Access VO Roles Structural Engineer First Responder Participating Site Access Control Lists Medical Data Building Plans, Maps End User Data Read: Write: Read: Write: Read: Write: Local Admin “Owned ” Data Data Containers Medical Staff © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  19. 19. © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC. Intellectual Heritage: VOs Developed for Global Grids Worldwide LHC Computing Grid routinely runs over 200 VOs (Dashboard website: http://dashb-earth.cern.ch)
  20. 20. • GeoServer Pooling enables Interoperability by collecting and presenting disparate GeoServices as a common resource library • The sum becomes greater than the parts. • GeoServers compliment and fill gaps for each other, fostering adaptation to standards and creating cross platform compatibility. GeoServer Pooling © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  21. 21. GeoServer Pooling (Cycle 1) • Many GeoServers e.g. – OpenGeo (Amazon Linux AWS) – GDS (Amazon/NJVC Windows AWS) – Google Earth – Google Earth Mobile • Many GeoTranslators • Many Data Sets © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  22. 22. Operational Impact Assessment App 1st Responder Android App Field and ICC Users © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  23. 23. • OIA modes- – Incident – Tasks – Map – RSS Feeds • Form/Freeform Interaction – CASREP – SITREP – Chat/Messaging/SMS/MMS – Geo-Logged Activity Operational Impact Assessment © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  24. 24. • Ozone Widget Framework- Widget to Widget • Auth VO Widget (Aerospace Corp) • OpenGeo GDAL Translate Service (OpenGeo/OGC) • Operational Impact Assessment App (Boeing) • GDS (Boeing) • T6 & Se7en (Telos) • R3 & RATS (Raytheon) • BYOD (Winthrop) Interoperability Demo © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  25. 25. RAYTHEON PROPRIETARY
  26. 26. © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  27. 27. RAYTHEON PROPRIETARY
  28. 28. • Mobile Geographic data labeling application • Supports standalone, sharing, and export/import • Low bandwidth requirements • Store and forward • Extensible and flexible What is 1stSight? © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  29. 29. On site 1R Other 1Rs Control Ctr BYOD VO Container Database Other VOs Geocloud Interactions B3© 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  30. 30. • 1st responders teams arrive on location noted in twitter posts • Application launched and warehouse labeled on geospatial map • Information entered • Notes, pictures, audio memos • Finding/updates are auto-pushed or manually sync’ed to the central database Geocloud Workflow B4© 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  31. 31. Raytheon R3 Decision Support Tool • Mission Requirement – Focus analysts attention on those hazards likely to require humanitarian assistance • Knowledge Base Application – Enables the production, storage and access of geospatial knowledge of natural hazards – Computes a relative ranking of natural hazards using a Scorecard – Provides a means to monitor impact indicators, for example, changes in • Twitter activity • Ship Traffic © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  32. 32. RAYTHEON PROPRIETARY Nominate Haiti Earthquake Natural Hazards & Other Reporting Scorecard Model IWG-R3 Analyst Geospatial Features Population, Critical Infrastructure, Public Places, Economic Data, … Communities Of Interest
  33. 33. RATS 2.0: Key Features • Works on COTS hand held devices (phones, tablets, cameras, etc) – Operates on Android 4.0 and above • Enhanced Security with Encrypted Data at Rest and Data in Transit – Open SSL Security (FIPS140-2 Level 1 Compliant) • Intuitive Interfaces and Geospatial Displays on handheld devices and server – Enhanced situational awareness • Secure Chat, Reporting, and Alerting – SALUTE and Freetext messages with the ability to attach multimedia files • Remote Maintenance and Configuration – View device information (battery life, screen state, network info, processor info, running apps) – View and modify device date (images, video, text message history, call history, contacts) – Control the device (enable streaming video and audio, enable a hotspot) RATS 2.0: Providing Enhanced Situational Awareness to the WarfighterRATS 2.0: Architected for Real-world Environments Providing Enhanced Situational Awareness
  34. 34. RATS Handheld Interface Newsfeed Alerts Chat Resources Geospatial View Reports Log In Screen © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  35. 35. RATMAN… • Operates on COTS Laptop • COP that tracks assets and provides updates on status • An available adaptor interface allowing linkages to be configured to multiple data sources and ISR assets • Can use networked or cached geospatial resources • Intuitive user interface • Holistic mobile system for rapid information exchange to the EDGE RATMAN Interface © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  36. 36. Highlights • This program provides the model for continued/ongoing collaboration which was cited as key lesson learned: – Ability to have sustained dialogue and interaction between military actors and international organizations should be on-going to some degree – Ability to conduct exercises to refine processes and systems with a cloud based system – Provide a virtual response framework to be built quickly when disaster strikes © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  37. 37. Highlights - continued • Project demonstrated how to codify unclassified information sharing tools, common operating picture, make them adaptable to any partner- nation system • Brokered approach can facilitate the locating of displaced persons as it continues to be a challenge • Greatly enhances effective distributions of logistics and security forces • Allows for greater ability to leverage local and poorer nations who have expertise but lack the tools and infrastructure © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  38. 38. Program Development - 3 Goals • Cost – Cloud Infrastructure is extremely cost effective – Cost factors 10% to 80 % lower – Cloud services growing throughout the globe – Applications now the largest cost but should be developed and in use – When done shut down no residual cost • Schedule – Development time is measured in hours vs months – Longest time would be determining and setting up service providers – Requires some preconceived thought as to services needed • Capability – Flexible infrastructure with tremendous growth – Applications added to provide operational capability © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  39. 39. NRRC • NRRC is a process/pattern • Rapid infrastructure development – Global capability – Dramatically lower cost (less than ½ the cost) • Secure unclassified environment – Standard approach to security – Independent control adhering to local rules regulations and laws • Application integration – Plug and play (not quite but close) – Information sharing increasing application value (10x to 100x value) © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  40. 40. Demonstration Summary • NRRC – A new way of doing business – Cost down – Implementation speed up – Reliability high • Operational Impact – Concept addresses a real world situation – Operational viability understood – Implementation will require a new thought process • Global direction – Cost alone will drive global solutions into cloud solution – Ease of information sharing will create cross domain solutions – Security becomes the new focus When a business can return 75% of IT costs to the profit line - arguments against become moot © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.
  41. 41. NCOIC Rapid Response Capability Demonstration Geospatial Community Cloud Concept September 12, 2013 © 2013 Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC®). All Rights Reserved. NCOIC®, NCAT®, NIF® and SCOPE™ of NCOIC.

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