COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS,COMPUTER, INTELLIGENCE,SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCESYSTEM INTEGRATION: C4ISRPresenters...
AGENDAØ 	  	  Introduc*on	  of	  Panel	  Ø 	  	  Network	  Strategic	  Overview	  Ø 	  	  Mission	              q 	  A...
Objectives•  Provide participants an overview of the Army’s   Strategy for Network Modernization•  Present the Role and Mi...
Goal    Participants will understand the Army’s     importance and need to modernize the     Network and the ATEC ongoing ...
Strategic Challenges                      “Our military will be leaner, but the world must know                         th...
Army Network TodayØ  Over the last 10 years, the operational portion of the network modernizedfaster than the institution...
Our IT Environment                                                             How	  do	  We	  Make	  Technology	         ...
Joint Information Environment                                                      End State   The	  Network	  is	  Core	 ...
LandWarNet:	  Enterprise	  C4ISR
LandWarNet:	  Tac:cal	  Edge	  C4ISR
Army	  Test	  and	  Evalua*on	  Command	                                                 (ATEC)	  C4ISR
How We Fit                                                                  Overseas	  Con:ngency	  Opera:ons	            ...
ATEC Mission    ATEC plans, integrates, and conducts     experiments, developmental testing,     independent operational t...
Where We Are                                                                                                              ...
Army EvaluationCCenter        Army	  Evalua*on	   enter	  C4ISR
Secretary of                                                    How	  AEC	  Fits	                                         ...
AEC MissionThe	  Army	  Evalua*on	  Center	  plans	  developmental	   tes*ng	  of	  weapons	  and	  equipment	  along	  wi...
U.S.	  Army	  EvaluaKon	  Center	   enter	  U.S.	  Army	  EvaluaKon	  C                                           COMMAND ...
C2ED	  Mission	  Plan	  and	  execute	  rigorous	  and	  independent	  evalua*on	  of	  Army	  and	  Joint	  Command,	  Co...
U.S.	  Army	  EvaluaKon	  Center	   enter	  U.S.	  Army	  EvaluaKon	  C                                          PROGRAM B...
Common	  Opera*ng	  Environment	  (COE)	                                          v1	  
COE Description“The Common Operating Environment is an  approved set of computing technologies  and standards that enable ...
COE Computing EnvironmentsCP	  CE	  v1	  is	  the	   first	  CE	  ready	  for	  evalua:on	    at	  NIE	  14.1	             ...
CP CE v1 Description•  Enables a shared CP product line with a common   government owned and managed architecture which   ...
CP CE v1Technical ObjectivesRich Web 1) Merged Ozone Framework 2)  Common Widgets 3)  Additional Widgets 4)  Standard and ...
User Benefits•  Better information visualization•  Better collaboration working environment•  Less burden of logistics on ...
Warfighter	  Informa*on	  Network-­‐Tac*cal	                                     Increment	  2	                            ...
What is WIN-T?WIN-­‐T	  INC2	  is	  the	  Army’s	  tac*cal	  por*on	  of	  the	  Global	  Informa*on	  Grid	  (GIG),	  pro...
The WIN-T IncrementsDAE Certified / Restructured 5 June 07ADM                                         29
WIN-T Increment 2•    WIN-T Increment 2      –  Provides On-The-Move (OTM) communications down to the company level      –...
Concept of Operations•    The critical advantage of WIN-T Inc 2 is its ability to give commanders the     right informatio...
WIN-T Increment 2                                                High-Level Network DiagramHCLOS	  not	  part	     of	  In...
Joint	  Tac*cal	  Radio	  Systems	                                 (JTRS)	  
JTRS	  Network	  Overview	                                    34
JTRS Increment 1                                        Manpack	                           Vehicle*	           Handheld	  ...
JTRS – A Transformation      Current Systems        (25-30 Families)                                                      ...
Power Amp                                                                                                                 ...
JTRS Supporting C4ISRCri*cal	  component…	  is	  mobile,	  ad-­‐hoc,	  self-­‐forming,	  self-­‐healing,	  BLOS	  networki...
QUESTIONS	                  39
Panel Points of Contact                                 	  	  	  	  	  	  Contact	  Informa*on          Name              ...
BACKUPs	                41
AEC Deliverables                                                                                Safety                    ...
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Homeland security and defense is run by complex systems that require large scale
integration to protect our nation. C4ISR describes programs and solutions that
allow the intelligence community, military personnel, and policy decision makers
to make quick and unified decisions. This seminar will explore developments in
C4ISR programs and strategies to pursue interoperable and integrated business
capabilities across the U.S. Department of Defense. We will also look at the impact
of chatter analysis on these efforts.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
a) Explore legislation and recent developments in C4ISR programs and solutions
b) Examine the role of Chatter Analysis
c) Connect to industry experts around business strategies and functional
effectiveness of C4ISR
Learning Outcomes: Learn and explore benefits and opportunities around C4ISR
and Chatter Analysis

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2013 BEYA Seminar: C4ISR

  1. 1. COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS,COMPUTER, INTELLIGENCE,SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCESYSTEM INTEGRATION: C4ISRPresenters: Mr. Cornelius Brown, Ms. MichelleVenters, MSG Maurice Jones, SFC Vernon WaltonSaturday, February 9, 2013 | 3:15pm – 4:45pmWashington Marriott Wardman Park | Maryland Suite A
  2. 2. AGENDAØ     Introduc*on  of  Panel  Ø     Network  Strategic  Overview  Ø     Mission   q   ATEC   q   AEC   q   C2ED      Ø     Programs  under  Evalua*on   q     COE   q     WIN-­‐T   q     JTRS  Ø     Ques*ons  Ø     Contact  Informa*on   2
  3. 3. Objectives•  Provide participants an overview of the Army’s Strategy for Network Modernization•  Present the Role and Mission of the Army Test and Evaluation Command•  Discuss Program Test and Evaluation Efforts related to Network ModernizationC4ISR
  4. 4. Goal Participants will understand the Army’s importance and need to modernize the Network and the ATEC ongoing efforts supporting modernization.C4ISR
  5. 5. Strategic Challenges “Our military will be leaner, but the world must know the United States is going to maintain our military superiority with armed forces that are agile, flexible and ready for the full range of contingencies and threats.”.” –  President  Obama,  Defense  Security  Review,  5  Jan  12   “The Army has global responsibilities that require large technological advantages to prevail decisively in combat – “technological overmatch,” if you will… Modernizing, especially as end strength is reduced, is the key to ensuring that the Army’s dominance continues. As I reflect upon the pace of technological change in today’s modern world and the impact of rapid, global information exchange upon our overall security environment, I am both inspired and encouraged by the Army’s approach to building a network able to connect our forces at all echelons. This remains our number one modernization priority.”C4ISR
  6. 6. Army Network TodayØ  Over the last 10 years, the operational portion of the network modernizedfaster than the institutionalized portionØ  As we draw down, 80% of the Army is now CONUS- basedNetwork Integration Evaluation (NIE) pioneered the collaborative developmentof Capability SetsØ  Army is expanding the Capability Set approach to focus on comprehensivenetwork modernization Network  =  Transport  +  Infrastructure  +  Devices  +  Services  +  Applica:ons     C4ISR
  7. 7. Our IT Environment How  do  We  Make  Technology   Work  for  Us?     FUTURE  •     Users  Must  be  Confident  in  the  Network  •     Informa*on  Must  be  Secure  and    Accessible  Regardless  of  Device    or  Loca*on   C4ISR
  8. 8. Joint Information Environment End State The  Network  is  Core  to  a  Smaller,  More Capable,  BeBer  Trained  Expedi:onary  ArmyØ  We Must Train as We FightØ  Deploy Little to No NoticeAnytime, Anywhere in AustereEnvironmentsØ  Installations as a DockingStationØ  Modernized From StrategicCore to the Tactical EdgeØ  Single Secure NetworkØ  Incorporate EchelonsAbove Army RequirementsØ  Centralized Management andDecentralized Execution A  Single,  Secure,  Standards-­‐Based,  VersaKle  Infrastructure,  Linked  by  Networked  and  Redundant  Transport  Systems,  Sensors,  Warfigh*ng  and  Business  Applica*ons,  Along  with  Data  to  Provide  our  Soldiers  and  Civilians  the  InformaKon  They   Need,  When  They  Need  It,  in  Any  Environment  to  Manage  the  Army  Enterprise  and Enable  Full-­‐Spectrum  OperaKons  with  Our  Joint,  CoaliKon,  and  Interagency  Partners. C4ISR
  9. 9. LandWarNet:  Enterprise  C4ISR
  10. 10. LandWarNet:  Tac:cal  Edge  C4ISR
  11. 11. Army  Test  and  Evalua*on  Command   (ATEC)  C4ISR
  12. 12. How We Fit Overseas  Con:ngency  Opera:ons   (OCO)   Secretary  of   Defense   Under  Secretary  of  Defense   Mobile  Gun  System   (AT&L),  Director  Defense   (MGS)   Director,  OTE   Systems/  DD   Developmental  T&E     DUSA   Secretary  of  the   Army     ARH   Extended  Range/  Mul:  Purpose   Unmanned  Aerial  System     (ER/MP  UAS)   Assistant  Secretary   of  the  Army  for   Chief  of  Staff   AL&T   TEO   Vice  Chief     (T&E   of  Staff   Execu:ve)   Army  Test  and   Evalua:on  Command       MG    Dellarocco     Family  of  Medium  Tac:cal  Vehicles   (FMTV)   Army  Evalua:on   Opera:onal  Test   Mine  Resistant  Ambush  Protected   Center   Command   (MRAP)       Mr.  Jimenez   COL  (P)  Mar2n       Independent  Repor:ng     Mandated  by  US  Code,     Brigade  Combat  Team  Moderniza:on   (BCT  Mod)   OMB,  and  OSD  C4ISR
  13. 13. ATEC Mission ATEC plans, integrates, and conducts experiments, developmental testing, independent operational testing, and independent evaluations and assessments to provide essential information to acquisition decision makers and commanders. General Orders No. 13 Signed CSA 16 Oct 06C4ISR
  14. 14. Where We Are AEC   ATEC   Warren   Pica:nny  Arsenal   Ft  Monmouth   Dugway   Aberdeen   Proving  Ground   Alexandria   Ft  Belvoir   Ft  Leavenworth   Ft  Monroe   Ft  Lee   Ft  Leonard  Wood   Ft  Knox   Yuma   Ft  Bragg   Proving   Ground   Ft  Sill   OTC   Redstone   White  Sands    Arsenal    Ft    Huachuca   Missile  Range   Ft  Benning   Legend   Headquarters   Ft  Bliss   Major  Test  Facility   Ft  Hood   Orlando   Opera*onal  Test  Dir   LNO  Site   FOA Teams AFGHANISTAN        Ft  Greely   Panama  &  Hawaii  Cold  Regions  Test  Center   Tropics  Test  Sites   IRAQ C4ISR
  15. 15. Army EvaluationCCenter Army  Evalua*on   enter  C4ISR
  16. 16. Secretary of How  AEC  Fits   Overseas Contingency Operations Defense (OCO) Under Secretary of Defense (AT&L), Director Director, OTE Defense Systems/ DD Mobile Gun System Developmental T&E (MGS) Secretary of DUSA the Army Assistant ARH Extended Range/ Multi Purpose Unmanned Aerial System (ER/MP UAS) Secretary of the Chief of Army for AL&T TEO Staff (T&E Executive) Vice Chief of Staff Army Test and Evaluation Command MG Dellarocco Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV)Army Evaluation Operational Test A Center Command Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) T D E Mr. Jimenez COL(P) Martin C P P R W G T S Y •  CRTC G C M P •  TRTC R G •  YTC Legend T&E Policy, Independent Reporting Funding, or Oversight Mandated by US Code, Network Integration Event (NIE) OMB, and OSD Joint Network Node (JNN) C4ISR
  17. 17. AEC MissionThe  Army  Evalua*on  Center  plans  developmental   tes*ng  of  weapons  and  equipment  along  with   independent  evalua*ons  and  assessments  of   acquisi*on  programs  providing  essen*al   informa*on  to  key  decision  makers.   17
  18. 18. U.S.  Army  EvaluaKon  Center   enter  U.S.  Army  EvaluaKon  C COMMAND & CONTROL EVALUATION DIRECTORATE (C2ED)
  19. 19. C2ED  Mission  Plan  and  execute  rigorous  and  independent  evalua*on  of  Army  and  Joint  Command,  Control,  Communica*ons,  and  Computer  systems   while  providing  accurate  high  quality  system  evalua*on  for   milestone  decisions,  materiel  changes,  and  materiel  releases  in   support  of  system  acquisi*on  and  experimental  processes.   19
  20. 20. U.S.  Army  EvaluaKon  Center   enter  U.S.  Army  EvaluaKon  C PROGRAM BRIEFS
  21. 21. Common  Opera*ng  Environment  (COE)   v1  
  22. 22. COE Description“The Common Operating Environment is an approved set of computing technologies and standards that enable secure and interoperable applications to be rapidly developed and executed across a variety of Computing Environments.” –  Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, 24 May 2010 22
  23. 23. COE Computing EnvironmentsCP  CE  v1  is  the   first  CE  ready  for  evalua:on   at  NIE  14.1   23
  24. 24. CP CE v1 Description•  Enables a shared CP product line with a common government owned and managed architecture which reduces the number of servers and associated weight, power, and required support.•  Expands ongoing MC and intelligence hardware convergence efforts by establishing a common software architecture focused on operations and intelligence functionality.•  Improves effectiveness of operations and intelligence staff support to the Commander through WfF – associated widgets available on a common workstation. 24
  25. 25. CP CE v1Technical ObjectivesRich Web 1) Merged Ozone Framework 2)  Common Widgets 3)  Additional Widgets 4)  Standard and shareable geospatial foundation Heavy  Server  Stack  Node   TEN   VMs   Mini  Cloud   Common  Storage  HW/Virtualization 1) Standardization •  Common Server Stack/Infrastructure •  Heavy Node •  Light Node •  Virtualization Foundation configured with •  DCGS Baseline VMs •  MC Baseline VMs Light  Server  Stack  Node   2)  Tactical Edge Mini Cloud •  Converged Geospatial Service Data Analytics CIS   3 Data COE DCGS  VMs   •  Database cross-cutting capability baseline MC  VMs                     Common  Storage   25
  26. 26. User Benefits•  Better information visualization•  Better collaboration working environment•  Less burden of logistics on network infrastructure 26
  27. 27. Warfighter  Informa*on  Network-­‐Tac*cal   Increment  2    (WIN-­‐T  Inc  2)  
  28. 28. What is WIN-T?WIN-­‐T  INC2  is  the  Army’s  tac*cal  por*on  of  the  Global  Informa*on  Grid  (GIG),  providing  a  high-­‐speed,  high  capacity  backbone  communica*ons  network  reaching  from  the  Maneuver  Brigade  Combat  Teams  (BCTs)  and  Division  to  the  strategic  por*on  of  the  GIG.  •The  converged  IP  backbone  is  colorless  (all  user  data  is  encrypted  prior  to  being  placed  on  the  backbone),  supports  dynamic  bandwidth  alloca*on  and  policy-­‐based  networking,  and  is  cryptographically  isolated  from  all  external  networks.    •Employs  a  combina*on  of  terrestrial  and  space-­‐based  (military  and  commercial)  network  op*ons  to  provide  speedy,  comprehensive,  and  protected  Mul*ple  Security  Level  (MSL)  voice,  data,  and  video  coverage  to  Warfighters.    •Provides  a  robust  radio  backbone,  designed  as  to  leverage  as  much  terrestrial  bandwidth  as  possible  to  minimize  the  need  to  transmit  on  the  satellite  *er.  This  is  done  through  the  use  of  smart  LOS  radio,  the  HNW.   28
  29. 29. The WIN-T IncrementsDAE Certified / Restructured 5 June 07ADM 29
  30. 30. WIN-T Increment 2•  WIN-T Increment 2 –  Provides On-The-Move (OTM) communications down to the company level –  Provides common logon via CAC –  Tactical Communications Nodes (TCN) and Point Of Presence (POP) at the Division, Maneuver Brigade, and Battalion –  Soldier Network Extensions (SNE) at the company level –  POP and SNE designed to be integrated into Armored Vehicles such as Bradley and MRAP 30
  31. 31. Concept of Operations•  The critical advantage of WIN-T Inc 2 is its ability to give commanders the right information at all times, even when forces are moving -a capability not widely available today.•  WIN-T INC2 adds On-the-Move (OTM) communications capability –  Mobile infrastructure supporting key leaders and elements –  Provides initial wide area networking On-the-Move capability and enhanced fixed command post connectivity. –  Satellite Communications (SATCOM) and Terrestrial High-band Network Waveform (HNW) OTM capability. –  Enhanced QoS –  High Speed Non-secure Internet Protocol Routing Network (NIPRNET), Secret Internet Protocol Routing Network (SIPRNET), and Defense Switch Network (DSN) services from Division to Company. –  Dynamic reuse of spectrum for Line Of Sight (LOS)•  The key enabler of WIN-T is to provide network connectivity while on the move. 31
  32. 32. WIN-T Increment 2 High-Level Network DiagramHCLOS  not  part   of  Inc2   Conceptual  View  –  does  not  depict  actual  basis  of  issue   32
  33. 33. Joint  Tac*cal  Radio  Systems   (JTRS)  
  34. 34. JTRS  Network  Overview   34
  35. 35. JTRS Increment 1 Manpack   Vehicle*   Handheld  •  Family of radios that will provide: –  Support to multi-band, multi-mode, multiple channel radios –  Support advanced narrowband and wideband waveform capabilities with integrated computer networking features –  Conformity to open physical and software architectures –  Both line-of-sight and beyond-line-of-sight C4I capabilities to the Warfighters –  Capability of transmitting voice, video and data –  Interoperable networking capability to address critical mission gaps against increasingly threats *Note:    In  redesign   35
  36. 36. JTRS – A Transformation Current Systems (25-30 Families) Enabler Common Open Standards Architecture Joint Solution (750, 000 Radios) (1 Family) & Technology Base •  Navigation O P Space AN/PSQ-6A EPLRS E D •  Positioning R O A M Airborne •  Location AN/ARC-210 T A I I•  Identification O N Maritime/ AN/WCS-3 UHF SATCOM/LOS N S Fixed Station A•  Air to Ground L AN/ARC-201A SINCGARS Ground Forces •  Air to Air •  Hand held •  Dismounted •  Ground ANPRC-119 SINCGARS •  Vehicular to Legacy Waveforms Ground Commercial Waveforms New Military Waveforms •  SATCOM AN/PSC-5 JTRS  –  a  family  of  common  Radios  and  Waveforms   built  around  a  standard  open  architecture 36
  37. 37. Power Amp Receiver/ExciterPower Amp Modem Radio Power Amp Receiver/Exciter Up/Down Conv Power Amp Receiver/Exciter Modem Radio RADIO Receiver/Exciter Waveforms TAClane Modem Radio Modem Up/Down Conv Radio KG-84A/C Up/Down Conv Up/Down Conv KGV-11 TAClane TAClane TAClane KG-84A/C KG-84A/C Crypto Crypto Crypto KG-84A/C KGV-11 Crypto KGV-11 KGV-11 Algorithms VME/VXI VME/VXI JTRS Set VME/VXI JTRS Set PCI PCI PCI VME/VXI Data Buses SEM-E SEM-E SEM-E PCI Pentium Pentium Pentium SEM-E 68xxx 68xxx 68xxx Other Pentium Other Data Buses Processors Data Processors Vocoder Other 68xxx Vocoder Processors Other Vocoder Concept Black JTRS Waveforms & Crypto Algorithms Black Data Buses Buses Processors Vocoder Red Software Communications Architecture Red Supplies Black Power Software Communications Architecture Protocols, Formats, Routers Black Red Power COMPUTER Supplies Red Power Power Supplies Supplies Software Defined Radio37
  38. 38. JTRS Supporting C4ISRCri*cal  component…  is  mobile,  ad-­‐hoc,  self-­‐forming,  self-­‐healing,  BLOS  networking   services  with  IP  Based  Standards  for  all  Services/All  Networks  • Goals:   –  Joint  approach     –  Coordinated  programs   •  system  defini*on  (Interfaces  &  Boundaries)   *KEY  SET   –  Eliminate  stove-­‐piped  networks!   Synoptic Stovepipes Narrow FOV ID- Crosshairs Delivery Munitions Targets Network VS. Centric Synoptic Narrow FOV ID- Crosshairs Delivery Munitions Targets 38
  39. 39. QUESTIONS   39
  40. 40. Panel Points of Contact            Contact  Informa*on Name Email PhoneMr.  Cornelius  Brown   cornelius.brown.civ@mail.mil   443-­‐861-­‐9511Ms.  Michell  Venters michell.h.venters.civ@mail.mil 443-­‐861-­‐9459MSG  Maurice  Jones maurice.a.jones12.mil@mail.mil   804-­‐721-­‐6301 SFC  Vernon  Walton vernon.o.walton.mil@mail.mil   443-­‐861-­‐9862
  41. 41. BACKUPs   41
  42. 42. AEC Deliverables Safety DTP Confirmation Safety Release Live FireMS B C TR End User TEST AST T&E Planning PROGRAM Execution Evaluation -  DAB -  PM•  Rapid Acquisition Initiative - T&E Concept and CLR•  Network Integration Evaluation (NIE) - Traditional Products for SUTs (Systems under Test) and Assessment Reports for SUEs (Systems Under Evaluation)•  Forward Operational Assessment (FOA) - Supports CLRs (FOA XVIII - e.g. Stryker MGS, Spider XM7, APMI) A disciplined approach to ensure efficient and rigorous testing leading to adequate evaluation of acquisition programs 42

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