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  • 1. Homeland Heart_Beacon Interoperability, Synergy & Synchronicity View mnesterpics' map Taken near Dare, North Carolina (See more photos here ) 35°15' 10" N, 75°31' 28" W-75.524482 SOS NATIVE AMERICAN DISASTER NETWORK  Consistent, Synchronous Time stamping of raw data 1 2 Unified Alert Scheme CAP XML Enable over N complex systems Y major contracts e.g., NETWORX & Z organizations Get from Send to Publish-Subscribe Subnet meta data Multicast radius Increase / decrease with alert condition 3 4 5 Sea Gull UC Berkeley Common Symbology - child schemas - data islands - data files INTERNATIONAL BEACON NETWORK SWAN Island RAINS 1 Unified Alert Scheme
  • 2. HEARTBEAT
    • TCP/IP stack sub protocol used in Infrastructure failover
    • Publish/Subscribe: get from/send to platforms on subnet
    • FBCB2/BFT, Land Warrior, FCS, MUOS
      • Subnet filename, MCG filename, UNIT URN, UTO version, Local IP
      • Gathers subnet & state data for “ heartbeat” message updating router MIBS adds & joins
    • E9-1-1 Telco regulations NENA/APCO
    • AT&T’s Heartbeat Solution
    • Sony Ericsson Heartbeat Suite
    • Mesh network protocols e.g., Zigbee, Zwave, sensor networks
    • NASA/JPL OpenDAP data availability anywhere, any format
    • Eaton “Home Awareness System”
    RFID PKI, social awareness systems e.g., 211, 311, 411, 511, 611, 711, 811 & e9-1-1 = Heartbeat Beacon Server failover e.g., HP Serviceguard Service Oriented Architecture SOA system wide heartbeat for app / system availability (DISA GIG) Network subnet type of DISA’s Horizontal Fusion Publish-Subscribe FusionNET
  • 3. Heartbeat
    • The Heartbeat is a sub-protocol of the TCP/IP (Internet) stack that is as old as the internet. It is usually referred to for system failover operations.
    • The Heartbeat function in this context is NOT about network timing using Loran-C or newer cesium / quartz crystal timing mechanisms although a central timing pulse from Cheyenne Mountain is essential to synchronize data harvesting and data propagation over grid
    • The Heartbeat function IS simply an opportunity in time to gather (state meta) data from internet devices that is then used to adjust the internet infrastructure. 
    • The military (having developed the internet stack in the first place (DARPA / Mr. Al Gore...); knew that there were unused opportunities in time  (unused data frames) to move data via heartbeat mechanism to folders, queues, caches, folders… then to system administrators via the structured military K00.99 “Heartbeat Message” – . - .. -- .. beep beep…. beep beep…
      • The developers of FBCB2/Blue Force Tracking exploited this (to this day) arcane knowledge in developing what is call the "template system" (actually there are 7 - 64 of them as briefed to congress) by several different 4 star generals. 
      • Protocol gurus (geeks) refer to the heartbeat / beacon interchangeably or even together i.e., heartbeat / beacon / heartbeat beacon…. Decision makers avoid these geeky discussions by any means necessary.
    • Point being, working together on an apples to apples, oranges to oranges level involves using opportunities in time to CHOOSE / CHANGE our (telecommunications) matrix to help each other in a consistent, synchronous, synergistic method across systems, networks, agencies, federal, state, local, Tribal, international / sub-terrainian, ocean floor, intergalactic...
    FusionNET
  • 4. Beacon Transponder Tech ADS-B: Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast: ADS-B messages include fields for avionics self-reporting of the integrity of ADS-B position information & proximity alerts Boston University Project Beacon : A Network Diagnosis Toolkit used to actively monitor network conditions concurrently operated by a set of collaborating endpoints. Features radius of three areas / zones Cell Broadcast: one-to-many geographically focused messaging service contrasted with Short Message Service - Point to Point (SMS-PP) as a one-to-one and one-to-few service,. Cell Broadcast messaging is supported by UMTS defined by 3GPP. FLUX Beacon: A Forensic Time Machine for Wireless Networks: monitoring infrastructure for forensic data collection, storage and analysis. Records & retrieves traffic signatures and environmental observations as a source of network evidence. FusionNET: Unique Data Replication & Data Synchronization Technology to Support Military Operations in Extreme Networking Environments developed by and for the 18 th Airborne Corps that allows commanders to collect, access &disseminate mission-critical data to and from the field via PeerDirect data replication & synchronization solution by Progress Software Corporation MESA: “The FEDEX of military communications systems” relay and receives data under the DHS SAFECOM umbrella. Facilitates dependable, advanced, efficient, effective and inter-operable equipment, specifications and applications MxRRM Radio Resource Management in multi standard environments: Beacon on one system for all, assuming this one has nearly ubiquitous coverage like GSM. Using a priority scheme to define an order how to scan. If there is an incoming call for a user being reachable by more than one network, which one should be used and why? GM ONSTAR: Originally Project Beacon circa 1994. Telematics, emergency and first responder services for GM’s fleet RDS: Radio Data System: Displays PSN (Program Service Name) as warning/cost effective means of sending data to large areas SABRE: Situational Awareness Beacon Response: battle group situational awareness system for beacon-equipped platforms. SABER produces accurate position & platform ID. &quot;intent to shoot&quot; and &quot;friendly ID&quot; query and response mode data Sea Gull: Server Heartbeat strategy maintains routing & object state using < 1% minimal network resources. Server Heartbeat: “Keep-alive” beacon along each forward link. Increasing period (decreasing frequency) with routing level. Data-Driven Server Heartbeat's “Keep-alive” Multicast increasing / decreasing radius based on intensity, thresholds Sentinel Beacon System : Command Station & mesh network of rugged PCs processing beacon location / track information. A beacon out of range of the command station data is relay by other beacons. TXDP: Transducer Data Exchange Protocol: used during 2005 Superbowl by Michigan National Guard UMTS: Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (wireless broadband) heartbeat to track user’s activities e.g., NG NYC metro ZIGBEE / ZWAVE: Consortiums supporting heartbeat driven mesh network standards Harvard CODE BLUE Harvard Hour Glass
  • 5. The continuous adaptation of capabilities relevant to security - in short transformation - in order to meet the security challenges of the information age is well under way regarding the demands of the military. Based on the support of highly developed information technology to speed up the processes of influencing an adversary, new concepts result in the adaptation of military doctrine, organization, training, material, infrastructure, interagency interaction, leadership, personnel and facilities. Efforts to achieve the adaptation are comprehensively described on numerous Internet websites such as those of the United States Joint Forces Command, the Allied Command Transformation and the German Bundeswehr. Core elements of the improvement of capabilities are the concepts of &quot;Network Centric Warfare&quot; in the United States of America, &quot;Network Enabled Capabilities&quot; in Great Britain or &quot;Vernetzte Operationsführung&quot; in Germany. The key determinants of these network-based concepts are information sharing and collaboration: &quot;Information-sharing and collaboration enhance the quality of information and shared situational awareness. Shared situational awareness enables collaboration and self-synchronization, and enhances sustainability and speed of command.&quot; The widespread use of new Information Communication Technology is intended to enable better exploitation and faster dissemination of intelligence in support of military operations so that political and military decision-making is more authoritative and practical outcomes are more effective. The idea began moving forward from the experimental stage into practical application with &quot;Operation Iraqi Freedom&quot; led by the United States and the United Kingdom against the Saddam Hussein regime early in 2003 . http://www.hands-24.de/SeitenENG/thesenpapier.htm#HANDSThesenpapierIV NETWORK-ENABLED HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND DISASTER RELIEF MANAGEMENT IN THE INFORMATION AGE Vernetzte Operationsführung CWID JBFSA
  • 6. How? Convert battlefield military tactics, tools, & procedures…
    • O: Maneuver Control Systems (S3) generates & xmits consolidated Unit Task Order (UTO) to TIMS / FBCB2 operator (S6)
    • TIMS – Tactical Internet Management System operator populates “Hasty” Reorg Tool” that generates a new UTO with next UTO
    • Version number, effective Date Time Group and synchronization Time (K00.99 heartbeat message option UTO notification)
    • 2. S6 Sends out initial UTO message. FBCB2 processes UTO notification & sets timer to execute change at effective time
    • 3. Heartbeat Process : (TIMS/FBCB2 engine) generates “Heartbeat” message every 15 minutes with the current UTO version.
    • 4A: GTCS – Ground Tactical Communications Server passes heartbeat to state manager (Variable Message Format or VMF)
    • 4/5: At effective date/time, All FBCB2’s in multicast group reconfigures database to ensure proper Situational Awareness SA
    • Calculation, new INC (Internet Controller – a router adapted for combat radio interface ) MIBS Management Information Base
    • (common to all routers – military & commercial) & distribution lists / subscription lists in commercial parlance. Operator is prompted
    • To reconfigure or delay 10 minutes (w/option to change at anytime). When operator OKs, database is rebuilt & network reconfigures
    • 6. TIMS generates new Multicast Group (MCG) file, and if required, TOC INC MIBs & TOC router configurations automatically @
    • Effective time. TIMS calls the ModifyMCGInfo API (Subnet filename, MCG filename, UNIT URN, UTO version, Local IP Address
    • LDAP C2R Server update tool executed as multicast group file, UTO version number & the AIS – Army Information Server e.g.,
    • Server running n supporting processes/apps to connect (will ignore if it already has one set)
    • 7. C2R – LDAP Server MCG update tool updates multicast group data on the AIS
    • 8. C2R Server recognizes that a UTO has occurred & notifies state manager (SM) if it is there. Else it sends out the SM alert
    • that the State Manager would have sent. C2R server replicates multicast group data to all configured UTO replication destinations.
    • 9. GTCS gets SM or C2R server alert, reads updated MCG from C2R then updates internal config file & LAN card if platform affected
    Mission Data Loader NOC-V NCharT C2R Server MCS Maneuver Control System Application 0 All FBCB2’s On current heartbeat TIMS C2R MCG Force XXI Battle Command Brigade & Below Tactical Internet Management System FBCB2 software based 2 Army Information Server Multicast Group Update tool 1 4 5 3 6 LDAP Server State Manager GTCS Ground Tactical Communications Server GOTS Messaging GTCS C2R Server AIS 7 4a 8 9 AIS Web Application Server w/ business logic / Mission threads LDAP
  • 7. Workflow Logic Unicast / Multicast Subscription Data Profiles, Processes XML Libraries / Directory Services: Heartbeat XML Child Schemas/Data Islands , LDAP/OpenDAP/AD Tool Tool Tool Systems, Process, Network Management & AI XML Object Store XML Object Relay State Management Engine USMTF MIL STD 6040/ ADatP-3 / STANAG 5500 OTH-T GOLD / OS-OTG VMF / TADIL A, B, J, K ADFORMS, XML-MTF, NATO ACP123/STANAG JANAP128 , NICS-TARE Structured Military Message Formats: Viewers / Applications /Browsers Schema Tools: Common Alert Protocol (CAP) Import XML Tags DDMS & EDXL-DE Message Set Data Autopost/Auto fill To equivalent.com, .gov, org, edu Communities of Interest // Primary Injection Point PIP profiles, subscriptions using product / system neutral methods / procedures Transponder Beacons / Sensor nets Convert to XML Schemas 1 st application claim area 3rd claim area 10/709358 Apply TCP/IP’s universal “heartbeat” mechanism to time the data exchanges from/to platforms of interest by way of IP multicast groups - routers. Configure multi-cast groups / MIBS via commercial vice military tools in commercial development / integration frameworks. Use intrinsic TCP/IP heartbeat beacon frames send to / gather from functions to place harvested data into queue/object store for processing & onward distribution via intelligent agents, bots, protocols i.e., SSTP, mesh network, ZigBee, Zwave, TDXP, Telematics, OnStar OpenDAP, Sea Gull data & nav casting.. 2nd application claim area 10/708000 Wizards & UTO Tool MCG Config NCharT JACAE Service Oriented Architecture SOA Datacasting GPS Navcasting Geo Fencing UMTS / Mesh / Sensor/Cell Broadcast/ RDBS 802.11s, ZigBee 802.15.4 ZWave, RTP TXDP TCP/IP Heartbeat Protocol/Beacon frames Method to commercialize structured military messaging 10/605144 Method to enable a Homeland Security Heartbeat FLUX Beacon Scripts, Motes Bots, Agents , 0 1 2 3 4 7 5 6 8 9 DIRS NIMS ICS IPAWS DMS-SIG OPEN HD Radio FM Multicasting XM / Sirius SATCOM Global SA Services FusionX SAN SAN SAN JXTA OPenDAP XML Tags Schema Repositories Process Management IETF 1451 NEMESIS FusionNET SSTP TAGS Microsoft’s Groove Framework LANA DARPA ICEWS PANDA Rules Engine SUN Single Citizen View SOA Systems, Processes QUALCOMM BREW Sea Gull Six Sigma Forms Engine
  • 8. Mission Data Loader NOC-V NCharT Inter system Heartbeat
  • 9. JACAE NCharT TABLE !: .mil to .com conversion Military, Homeland Defense .mil Homeland Security, .com .org .gov O: Using map sheets and network (re) configuration state meta data stored on the Mission Data Loader (MDL) harvested by the heartbeat sub network protocol subsequently couriered or sent to and aggregated by the S-6, the Maneuver Control Systems (S3 Operations Officer) generates & transmits consolidated Unit Task Order (UTO) to TIMS / FBCB2 operator (S6) for network broadcast. Note: this process is iterative based on completion of one mission and start of the next. 0: Laptop / handheld with network initialization data processes (e.g., Juniper CESAC) geospatial, scenario viewers / applications / browsers Schema Tools to edit Common Alert Protocol (CAP). Transmit CAP Unit Task Order (organizational structure) via SMS, bots, JXTA motes, agents, email, Groove Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol SSTP, any commercial data distribution, file distribution product, system, component / commercial equivalent of the Mission Data Loader 1: TIMS – Tactical Internet Management System operator / Network Characterization Tool NCharT) populates “ Hasty ” Reorganization Tool ” from heartbeat mechanism state meta data gathered from devices / platforms to generate a new Unit Task Order UTO with next UTO version number, effective Date Time Group DTG synchronization Time (K00.99 heartbeat message option UTO notification) 1: Wizards & UTO Tool commercial equivalent e.g., CISCO IPCS, Juniper CESAC used to (re) configure network management parameters using state meta data harvested by heartbeat beacon mechanism that is Telco PSAP standard from computer devices on TCP/IP networks described by heartbeat message counterpart to K00.99 heartbeat message 2: S6 Sends out initial UTO message. FBCB2 processes UTO notification & sets timer to execute change at effective time 2: System administrator / network monitoring software enabled with wizards, intelligent software agents sends out unit / entity / organization task organization message and sets time for effective time (when order will be executed) distribution via workflow tool over Unicast / Multicast groups by subscription filtered by user permissions / need to know / security classification settings 3: Heartbeat Process: (TIMS/FBCB2 engine) generates “ Heartbeat ” message every 15 minutes with UTO version. 3: Wizards & UTO Tool commercial equivalent e.g., CISCO IPCS, Juniper CESAC used to (re) configure network management parameters using state meta data harvested by heartbeat beacon mechanism from computer devices on TCP/IP networks described by heartbeat XML message 4A: GTCS – Ground Tactical Communications Server passes heartbeat to state manager (Variable Message Format VMF) 4a:, Short Message Service SMS “ texting ” , Bots, JXTA motes, agents, email, Groove Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol SSTP, any data distribution, file distribution product, system, component e.g., Mission Data Loader to distribute (binary) XML schema Common Alert Protocol schema, child schemas, efficient XML, Binary Runtime Environment BREW type structures 4/5: At effective date/time, All FBCB2 ’ s in multicast group reconfigure database to ensure proper Situational Awareness SA Calculation, new INC Operator is prompted to reconfigure or delay 10 minutes (w/option to change at anytime). When operator OKs, database is rebuilt & network reconfigures 4/5: At pre coordinated data and time, devices in multicast groups reconfigure router Management Information Base MIB Configuration descriptions MIBS (common to all routers – military & commercial) & distribution lists / subscription lists in commercial parlance. (INC: Internet Controller – a router adapted for combat radio interface ) 6: TIMS makes new Multicast Group (MCG) file, and if required, TOC INC MIBs & TOC auto router configs @ Effective time. TIMS calls the ModifyMCGInfo API (Subnet filename, MCG filename, UNIT URN, UTO version, Local IP Address LDAP Command and Control Registry C2R Server update tool executed as multicast group file, UTO version number & the AIS – Army Information Server e.g., Server running n supporting processes/apps to connect (will ignore if it already has one set) 6: CISCO IPICS, Juniper CESAC.. makes new multicast group file used to update router MIBs automatically at agreed on time. Agent, scripts, product / system Application Program Interface API. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP server (e.g., Netscape LDAP software). AIS = application server. XML Libraries / Directory Services: Heartbeat XML Child Schemas/Data Islands, 7. Command and Control Registry C2R – Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP Server multicast MCG update tool updates multicast group data on AIS 7: Command and Control Registry C2R = Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP Server multicast MCG update tool updates multicast group data on the AIS (application server) 8. C2R Server recognizes that a UTO has occurred & notifies state manager (SM) if it is there else it sends out the SM alert that the State Manager would have sent. C2R server replicates multicast group data to all configured UTO replication destinations. 8: State Management process on AIS / LDAP server recognizes change has occurred (intrinsic to Groove Networks Groove product) and sends out change alert (binary differential in Groove ’ s example). Simple Symmetric Transport Protocol vice multicast protocol in Groove ’ s case 9. Ground Tactical Communications Server GTCS gets SM or C2R server alert, reads updated MCG from C2R then updates internal configuration file & LAN card if platform is affected 9: XML SOAP relay intrinsic to Groove product receives state change via its intrinsic state manager & replicates updated multicast group from LDAP software on server & updates Network Interface Card NIC configuration
  • 10.  
  • 11. 1 1 3 4 1 correlated event E9-1-1 PSAPs NORAD TRACK DATA GIG Efficient XML QUALCOMM BREW… - child schemas for COIs, profiles specific area encodings, inject points - data islands for special needs - data files for fast movers Apply broadcast beacon technology to enable millisecond data exchanges vice 30 second screen scrapes while increasing / decreasing radius of disaster / event / alert radius represented by multicast zones corresponding to US / UK... five level advisory systems Use the heartbeat / beacon function (send to / get from devices, platforms...) as a subnet publish-subscribe e.g., OSD Horizonal Fusion. Use the intrinsic millisecond - 99 minute timing function of the heartbeat to enable consistent, synchronized collection of raw state meta data (geo location, moving, halt, IP address, unit / organization ID) BEFORE transfer to queues, SANS, dbase... prior to data fusion improving filtering / data intel fusion Instantiate National Command Authority NCA chopchain - workflows over multicast / anycast IP using “true cots” tools in use e.g., Towersoft w/AgileDelta Efficient XML module embedded synchronized across N complex systems achieving synchronized, interoperable collaboration based on synchronized event timing and common symbols via the Common Alert Protocol as a universal event / alert trigger 5 Use state meta data collected during step 1 to enable systems & network management of router Management Information Bases MIBs supporting Router/switch MIB dbase files for spontaneous (re) organization split, join, adds via broadcasts, P2P, multicast… of heartbeat harvested state meta data i.e., location, status: moving, halt…) 2 Enable across N complex systems, Y networks (&quot;network of networks&quot;) & Z systems (&quot;system of systems&quot;) IPICS .mil Range Extension TDN/CONDOR Gateway Split / Joins SoS Heartbeat Messages XML Repositories NIEM GJXDM FXR SoR C2IEDM “ Maneuver the network” “ Spontaneous Organization” Common Symbology Unified Alerts / Event Trigger Consistent, Synchronous Timing of State Meta Data Collection The Heartbeat / Beacon as subnet publish subscribe mechanism Millisecond Transactions via Beacon Tech SABRE Weapons Free Track Received MIBs Heartbeat Message Heartbeat Message State Meta Data Increase Multicast Zone Joint Mission Data Loader JACAE COASTS: Coalition Operating Area Surveillance Targeting System CONDOR OPEN Systems & Network Management MIB Tool Router Config State meta data for Network reconfiguration Split, joins, adds Heartbeat Messages Boston U Project Beacon UICDS Heartbeat Protocol low level state meta data harvester Use to conserve bandwidth before handoff to more sophisticated protocols / mechanisms that often use the heartbeat mechanism FAST C2AP UC BERKELEY SEA GULL Files, queues, folders, SANS, dbase, caches, flat files… Convert to XML tags Efficient XML Qualcomm BREW SoS Track Received NET FORENSICS CESAC UICDS NOC-V NCharT SPRUCE FIOP/ SIOP/ UDOP DIRS DHS TRIPWIRE Learning Systems AI N Systems /Networks AI Learning Systems Stored Process & Procedures Lean Six SIGMA Integrated Crisis Early Warning System ICEWS NEMESIS NIMS WITS FusionNET ICEWS Multi-Modal Layered Analysis of Network Architectures for Threat Detection & Prediction (LANA) DARPA LANA FLUX UCORE 2.0 Rules Engine Workflow Qualcomm BREW COMMON SYMBOLS III Millisecond Exchanges II Synchronized Event / Alerts I .0001 05 1 3 5 10 30 CAP XML Authorized Efficient XML Qualcomm BREW EOC Alert Level Increase … NTCDESC JBMC2 BoD NC FCB JVMF, USMTF, TADILs, OTH-Gold, Adat-P3, FIRNS, FUDNs &quot;DFI, DUI's… FIRST RESPONDERS .com, .org, .edu IPAWS HIMSS
  • 12.
    • integrated Rule-Oriented Data System iRODS: a: flexible data archive management system supporting many different site configurations.
    • Four main components :
    • 1. iRODS server that manages stored data 2. iCAT catalog metadata manager
    • 3. Database used by the catalog. 4. 'i-commands' command-line data access
    Data Management Applications: Data grids to Share data - organize distributed data as a collection Digital libraries to Publish data @ support browsing and discovery Persistent archives to Preserve data - manage technology evolution Real-time sensor systems Federate sensor data - integrate across sensor streams Workflow systems Analyze data - integrate client- & server-side workflows The integrated Rule Oriented Data management System (iRODS), is an open source software data management system developed by the Data Intensive Computing Environments (DICE) group at the University of California San Diego with funding from the National Archives and Records Administration & National Science Foundation. iRODS functionality includes: maintaining global name spaces for identifying files, users, and storage resources, authentication and authorization controls, high performance WAN data transport, system and user-defined metadata, query-based data discovery and browsing, management of data distribution and replication, and checksum and synchronization mechanisms. iRODS provides a flexible, adaptive, and customizable data management architecture through the use of a custom-designed Rule Engine at its core which invokes 'micro-services' that are integrated into workflows to process requests and handle information. iRODS automates the execution of management policies by enforcing rules directly at each storage resource. Metadata, both system-maintained and optional user-defined, are ingested & accessed in an RDBMS system. Accesses go through the iRODS clients to iRODS servers via the iRODS protocol, and then to the catalog library which interfaces to the RDBMS via either ODBC or OCI. Performance and scalability are critical, as the digital holdings can be massive in size, measured in hundreds of millions of files and petabytes of storage, and may be maintained for decades. iRODS is proposed as an excellent rules based engine/workflow engine to power the Heartbeat Beacon.
  • 13. DECISION
    • ISSUE: E9-1-1 // DOD / DHS systems use building blocks (e.g., heartbeat / beacon sub-protocol, CAP) & heartbeat network (re) configuration messages) DIFFERENTLY
    • Network Centric Warfare template transitioned to DHS handhelds 04
    • DHS Program of Record: BAA08-01, DHS S&T Long Range
    • DECISION :
    • Transition / translate template system’s procedures, filters & workflow logic to public information & humanitarian services e9-1-1 NexGen ) e.g., “gray force tracking”
      • Situational Awareness SA as a Public Service:
    YES _____ NO _____
  • 14. COMMON SYMBOLS III Millisecond Exchanges II Synchronized Event / Alerts I I II III 3 Building Blocks 4 Focus Areas Consistent, Synchronous Time stamping of raw data 1 2 3 4 Maneuver the Network Spontaneous Organization Heartbeat Messages Router MIBs Files, queues, folders, SANS, dbase, caches, flat files… Unified Activation Authorized Workflow / Mission Threads Chop-chain / Business Logic Spontaneous integration of X“Family Of Interoperable Systems - FIOP” to “maneuver” the network” by distributing Y disparate organization’s workflow logic / filters via N “ network of networks&quot; creating a Single Integrated Operational Picture SIOP a.k.a “The Grail” Multicast / Cell broadcast Radius / Zone > / < thresholds & intensity Increase Multicast Zone SoS Homeland Heart_Beacon: Systems, Process & Network Management “NETOPS” NET FORENSICS NCharT - Child schemas for COIs, profiles, - data islands for special needs i.e; specific area encodings, inject points option fields, PIPS Vs PSAPs.. - data files for fast movers unique requirements & event code signaling Tripwire AI 6 Sigma Special Needs ACE WITS FusionNET Urgency Algorithm UCORE 2.0 docBlock NCTC Share Point Every day tools Single Citizen View SOA ITACG NAO IBIP HIST TIPS In common language: provide situational awareness of events / alerts as n 1- 1 Public Services Qualcomm BREW JPL Beacon Monitor THE NAVTEQ “ Heartbeat In the car” Silicon Valley Region Data Interop Project   BMOX NATIVE AMERICAN DISASTER NETWORK  SoS Tribalization of Business Eritac SFC Maplab.org Super Cuper JTF CapMed 7 XOM BML NHIN Deloitte IPAN Split / Joins, Adds CAP XML NOC Alert Level Increase … .0001 .05 .01 1 5 15 30 1 correlated event NetSA
  • 15. Qualcomm / Verizon IONOSPHERE DOD H.A.A.R.P IONOSPHERE IPICS CLEO Aerial Common Sensor
    • Wireless broadband via Tesla inspired
    • Ionosphere modulation
    • FBCB2 to BFT conversion to SATCOM in BALKANS (Tesla birth place)
    • OmniTraks Transportation / GNOC // TSA is lead on e9-1-1 NexGen
    FEMA United States Citizens Corps NET GUARD Template DHS CHLOE : High Altitude above civil airspace SCOPE Scalable Common Operating Picture Experiment MIT PAUL REVERE MCI NORAD / SPACECOM / NORTHCOM SEWS DHS REG : Resilient Electrical Grid Boston U Beacon Project National Science Foundation Sea Gull TESLA Time Travel Messages FAA Heartbeat Messages Wireless Broadband First NET : First Responder reliable relay link. DCGS: Distributed (Data) Common Ground Station PSAPS Universal Parsing Agent DHS Tripwire HEARTBEAT NORAD TRACK DATA NOT SENT THRU PSAPS TO FAA IN TADL/SADL FORMATS ! S.O.S CONDOR Disaster Management Constellation C2 On-the-Move Digital Over-the-Horizon Relay .mil to .gov to .com DISCONNECT! DISA DREN NASA NREN Messages TDN Communications AND Electricity to Deployed units Trickle Chart Batteries Trickle charge hybrid Vehicles & power supplies HAARP DACT JWARN C2PC BCOTM XMPP MAGTF C2 Intra-net IRIDIUM AIR TRACKS Fort Hunter-Ligget Camp Roberts IOW: Intelligence Operations Workstation Digital Tech Control (DTC) UCC PSIC DACT EPLRS BREW Efficient XML INTELSAT IRIS TESLA: Wireless Electricity INTEL Universal Communications Interface Module (UCIM) System IP ADAPTER universal modules comprising architecture for net centric integration of voice, data and video functions across the battlespace. NISAC CONDOR Gateway JTRS POP TADLS / SADLS Binary but not Binary XML UCIM NRL DWITS Track Received NCharT JACAE Universal Alert Trigger
      • CONDOR as GATEWAY extends network to maneuvering forces.
      • CONDOR JTRS Point of Presence and Jump C2 Vehicle
      • Integrate Tactical Data Network capabilities into ANY PLATFORM
      • thru Universal Communications Interface Module (UCIM) System.
    DOE Fort Bragg/Pope AFB Switch Modernization 18 + military switches upgraded Time Travel Messages Intergraph Business Intelligence for Public Safety Suite Computer-Aided Dispatch CAD 18 th ABC FusionNET RTC Tripwire DHS DOE Sensornet Situational Awareness As a service / subscription H.A.A.R.P Advanced Power Technologies Inc.. COSMOS . Coalition Secure Management and Operations Systems Interoperability Bridge Notification Server Agent Engine Object Management Layer Exchange Control Agent IMO Tool C2IEDM HSIN Light House NIMS DMIS OPEN SIM LIVE DEMONSTRATION STAN DIA Overwatch NAVY CIPC NAVY CIPC VOC VOC VOC ! ! Alert Level > / < … > / < Multicast Radius JBFSA CAP XML JTF GNO GIG NCES NECC COSMOS STAN TNT NET GUARD JFCOM BFT TST STEALTH NET