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  • We have a few possibilities for future virtualization of ICSF clients, but for our immediate needs our intention is to run the VMware conversion program to import physical clients into the VMware environmentusing the physical to virtual methodology. In this way, we can get an exact copy of existing GCCS ICSF clients, regardless of version and can enjoy the flexibility that using the Virtual infrastructure allows, such as added redundancy, ease of creating additional clients and the ability to run these clients remotely from any client hardware not just those machines capable of running ICSF natively. In this way, we can utilize the already in place NORTHCOM clients to remotely manage ICSF clients running in our server environment.  If this pilot program works effectively after the 4.2 installation, we could add functionality by increasing the ability to create clients on the fly by using additional VMware products such as VMware View, which allows for the dynamic creation of clients, as needed from within the virtual infrastructure. This plan would work with our existing ESX/Vsphere environment and would only add marginal cost per client, certainly far lower than it would be to maintain a graphics intensive workstation required to run future GCCS Clients.Total Hits: 1.2 mil This is raw hits for ALL forms of data on the proxy, from both single clients and multiple servers.  Avg hits per day: 8,855 This is a mix of data requests and views. If you are zoomed into Denver with the hospital layer, and zoom out to the Western US and the layer redraws, you just made 2 “hits”.  Total Unique Visitors: 6,911 So, basically 7,000 different boxes have been to the SAGE proxyAvg visitors per day: 51 The top users are almost all within the USNORTHCOM HQ and JTF family.
  • USEUCOM i3T

    1. 1. This Briefing is UNCLASSIFIED NORAD-USNORTHCOM Brief for USEUCOM Information, Innovation, Integration, and Technology Conference and Exposition (i3T) Building the Unclassified User Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) Leveraging the internet and social networks Mr. Gary Koch NORAD and USNORTHCOM1 J643UNCLASSIFIED 04 February 2011
    2. 2. Purpose• Provide the i3T with an introduction to NORAD andUSNORTHCOM /SSC Pacific and the concept ofoperations that leverages the use of the internet forSituational Awareness in Defense Support of CivilAuthorities (DSCA) Mission Sets.• Discuss concepts such as Web 2.0, Web 3.0, socialnetworking, semantic web and intelligentcomposeability to stimulate furtherresearch, collaboration and crowdsourcing.
    3. 3. N-NC Missions• NORAD Mission – The North American Aerospace DefenseCommand conducts persistent aerospace warning, aerospace control, andmaritime warning in the defense of North America.• USNORTHCOM Mission – United States NORTHERN Commandconducts homeland defense, civil support, and security cooperation to defendand secure the United States and its interests.
    4. 4. NORAD: What We Do Aerospace Control and Maritime Warning- Uphold our two nations’ right to air sovereignty- Respond to hostile actions against North America- Serve as a deterrent to potential threats • Operation NOBLE EAGLE- Over 40,000 Air Defense missions flown, over 2,000 diversions or scrambles since 9/11
    5. 5. NORAD’s Mission Has Evolved
    6. 6. NORAD’s Mission Has Evolved
    7. 7. NORAD’s Mission Has Evolved
    8. 8. USNORTHCOM: What We Do• Homeland Defense• Civil Support
    9. 9. Defense Support of Civil Authorities• Special skills• Special equipment • Communications • Information sharing
    10. 10. Defense Support of Civil AuthoritiesNational Incident Management System National Response Plan
    11. 11. Only When Directed and RequestedProvide defensesupport of civilauthorities whenrequested andwhen directed.
    12. 12. Who Does What – and When FEDERAL STATE LOCAL
    13. 13. Operational ExamplesNational Space ShuttlePolitical MissionsConventions WildlandG-8 Summit FirefightingUnited Nations Hurricane ReliefGeneral Assembly
    14. 14. What We Don’t Do…• Don’t directly participate in law enforcement activities• Don’t take the lead over federal, state or local agencies• Don’t create policy or allocate resources
    15. 15. We Have Many Partners, Including: Department of President of the Homeland Security United States Federal Emergency Management Agency National Guard U.S. Coast Guard Bureau U.S. Department of U.S. Department of State Transportation National Aeronautics Transportation and Space Federal Bureau of Security Administration Central Intelligence Administration Agency InvestigationSandia National Environmental Laboratories Protection Agency Bureau of U.S. Geological Reclamation General Services Survey Administration U.S. Department of Federal Aviation Administration Agriculture
    16. 16. Amendment to US Air Force Awards Seven to Three Never Been on Missed Every Deployment Never PCSed Out of DUI and Still in the Air Ribbon Deployment Ribbon Ribbon Same Location During Force Ribbon Shows up for work, does Device denotes Entire Career Ribbon Device denotes the absolute minimum number of deployments missed For 20 years of arduous number of convictions due to „circumstances‟ required, and goes home „homestead‟ service  Staff Sgt for LifeEverybody Went to the Middle Got Divorced Again Ribbon I’m Not Moving! Ribbon East Except Me Ribbon Ribbon Device worn to denote House device Numeral denotes number of $ device for each divorce extra privilege and pay denotes each successful years spent instead on incentives ignored or threat to not „re-up‟ ifCaribbean „training‟ evolutions bungled PCSed Head Up the Got My Last Boss Promoted Drinking Buddy’s Close Friend of AFPC Ribbon Commanders Butt Ribbon Commendation Ribbon Palm tree device for each Ribbon Numeral denotes number of Drinking device denotes really cushy set of orders. Skull device denotes superiors promoted by your hard consecutive awards. each additional surgical work who have already forgotten extraction your name. Daddy is a General My Wife’s Uncle’s Ribbon Roommates Brother-in- Star devices denote Law ‘s Son Knew daddy‟s actual rank. Somebody Who Served In WWII
    17. 17. Vision/Focus Commander’s Vision • Forward looking, responsive and agile • Effective and relevant at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels • Well known for collegiality, integrity, competence, and humility • Eager to push the boundaries of how we perform our missions • Internally synchronized and externally understoodPrinciple Focus Areas Cross Cutting Focus Areas• Counter Terrorism and Force Protection • Our People• Mexico • Partnerships• Defense Support to Civil Authorities • Technical Opportunities• CBRNE Consequence Management • Unconventional Threats• Aerospace / Maritime Warning and Control • Operational Excellence• Missile Defense• The Arctic
    18. 18. Achieve Decision Superiority – CNOs Vision Information Dominance• Prominent in ISR, cyberwarfare, C2, information and knowledge management• Information Dominance – a "main battery" of Navy warfighting capability• Warfighting wholeness replaces sub-optimal stovepipes "SPAWAR should fully realize its role as the Navys Information Dominance Systems Command.“ – ADM Gary RoughheadFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
    19. 19. Information Dominance – Why & What▼ What It Will Take CNO: • Every platform carrying multiple sensors • Every sensor and processor adaptively connected to the network • Every shooter and weapon capable of seamlessly using target data derived from and collector or sensor • A world class Information Dominance Corps SSC Pacific CO: • SSC Pacific will form the foundation of the technical community that forms the backbone of the Information Dominance Systems CommandFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 19
    20. 20. SPAWAR Vision • Realize our role as the Navys Information Dominance command • "No Seams" in Team SPAWAR • Efficiency from a larger Navy point of view "Our common mission is to make the Navys Information Dominance Vision a reality." – RADM Pat BradyFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
    21. 21. Our Initial Focus Areas • Address Fleet C4I maintenance and modernization challenges • Ensure alignment with Navys Information Dominance vision • Increase efficiency of our project teams • Improve teaming with SSC Atlantic • Establish Wounded Warrior Learning and Employment CenterFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
    22. 22. Vision/Focus Commander’s Vision • Forward looking, responsive and agile • Effective and relevant at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels • Well known for collegiality, integrity, competence, and humility • Eager to push the boundaries of how we perform our missions • Internally synchronized and externally understoodPrinciple Focus Areas Cross Cutting Focus Areas• Counter Terrorism and Force Protection • Our People• Mexico • Partnerships• Defense Support to Civil Authorities • Technical Opportunities• CBRNE Consequence Management • Unconventional Threats• Aerospace / Maritime Warning and Control • Operational Excellence• Missile Defense• The Arctic
    23. 23. Geared To Operate As A Single MachineFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 23
    24. 24. Ten Guiding Principles1. Be environmentally responsible2. Be good neighbors3. Never lose sight of whats important4. Collaborate, communicate, cooperate5. Be ambitious, humble, curious, risk tolerant6. Focus on the future7. Be easy to do business with8. Keep it simple – complexity is a major threat9. Demand excellence10. Be good stewards of taxpayers dollars Our guiding principles form the basis of how we operate and will help ensure our success.FLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
    25. 25. Remember The Fundamentals▼ Who we are Diversity • Celebrate diversity • Take care of your teammates • Treat others the way you want to be treated Fair Treatment Teamwork▼ How we operate • Fleet First • Efficiency is critical • Maintain our Integrity, never compromise IntegrityFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
    26. 26. Vision/Focus Commander’s Vision • Forward looking, responsive and agile • Effective and relevant at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels • Well known for collegiality, integrity, competence, and humility • Eager to push the boundaries of how we perform our missions • Internally synchronized and externally understoodPrinciple Focus Areas Cross Cutting Focus Areas• Counter Terrorism and Force Protection • Our People• Mexico • Partnerships• Defense Support to Civil Authorities • Technical Opportunities• CBRNE Consequence Management • Unconventional Threats• Aerospace / Maritime Warning and Control • Operational Excellence• Missile Defense• The Arctic
    27. 27. Protecting the Homeland
    28. 28. Requirements• Ensure systems are founded on a common architecture comprised of open standards.• Capability to collect, fuse & share information across DOD & Mission Partner networks.• Seamlessly integrate GEOINT, terrain and weather effects into C2 mission tools.• USNORTHCOM investments in its geospatial C2 tools will transition and extend to DHS and other mission partners.
    29. 29. History of Viewers• An Internet Accessible, Web-based UDOP (TRITON) • Share situational awareness with our DOD and non-DOD partners (Disadvantaged Users) • Includes Blue Force Tracks• Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV) • DHS‟ viewer – common viewer for domestic events• Situational Awareness Geospatial Enterprise (SAGE) • A capability that everyone can use (ease of use) • User Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) • Includes Blue Force Tracks
    30. 30. Viewers• An Internet Accessible, Web-based UDOP (TRITON) • Share situational awareness with our DOD and non-DOD partners (Disadvantaged Users) • Includes Blue Force Tracks• Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV) • DHS‟ viewer – common viewer for domestic events• Situational Awareness Geospatial Enterprise (SAGE) • A capability that everyone can use (ease of use) • User Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) • Includes Blue Force Tracks
    31. 31. Viewers• An Internet Accessible, Web-based UDOP (TRITON) • Share situational awareness with our DOD and non-DOD partners (Disadvantaged Users) • Includes Blue Force Tracks• Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV) • DHS‟ viewer – common viewer for domestic events• Situational Awareness Geospatial Enterprise (SAGE) consumed by OGC viewers (ArcGIS, GE, GoogleMaps, Bing maps(?)) • A capability that everyone can use (ease of use) • User Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) • Includes Blue Force Tracks
    32. 32. Gary Koch
    33. 33. UDOP Update• NC currently has a proxy that contains files (KML/KMZ) that mission partners have access to over the internet• Compartmentalized data sets (discreet UDOP)• Using GeoRSS and RSS for Notifications – Twitter, Twitpic, etc.• Heavy use by J4 - LOGCOP• Virtualization• Information Sharing – getting better – Inter-agency technical, policy, legal and cultural hurdles remain – Success remains dependent on personal and organizational relationships – MOUs will be key to enduring & formal sharing• Comprehensive Shared Understanding – being operationalized – Turning “data” into “understanding” • Data + Processing = Information + Cognition = Knowledge + Judgment = Understanding
    34. 34. Current Data Sources• Selected Air Maritime Operations Center Tracks• FAA tracks• USCG Automated Identification System (AIS) Tracks• Commercial and Military BFT Devices• Homeland Security Infrastructure Program (HSIP) Data (Critical Infrastructure)• Imagery from National Geospatial Agency (NGA)• Maritime Domain Awareness Community of Interest A good start, but not the end state
    35. 35. Current Engagement• PACOM Unclassified COP• AFRICOM Unclassified COP• SOUTHCOM Unclassified COP• Maritime Domain Awareness• DHS – iCAV/V-USA• NGA – Palanterra Team• ARSTRAT – Blue Force Tracking Devices• National Guard Bureau• National Level Exercises• Universities – SDSU / UCCS / Penn State
    36. 36. Opportunities• Integration of Systems (Sharing development)• Meta Carta – Giving Documents, PPTs and PDFs geospatial context• Need to Know, Need to Share, Responsibility to Provide – Create Incentives (internships, student projects, ?)• Cell phone tracking integration – Latitude, location based services• Social network utilization - Buzz, Twitter, Facebook, UStream• Lead the UDOP effort within the Inter Agency – DoD and DHS working in parallel to improve collaboration – Google Earth Enterprise Globe distribution – N-NC will be the Global COP for the unclassified subscriber
    37. 37. Web-based User Defined COP Imagery CIP Data Intel/Threats Air USCG Land Maritime Complete GISAccessible anywhere, anytime, any mobile device
    38. 38. USCG USACE NOAA User NGA identified product requirements: Notifications, products or MMC both pushed to them viaUSGS means they define Web-Based Service DoD Provider DHS NGB USDI NASAAuthoritative CDCSources Pushof Common Products
    39. 39. C4ISR Paradigm Shift Old Paradigm Operational Effects Decision making and Collaboration Representation, Visualization and Interaction NCOW Information Management Comms & Networks Information AcquisitionData DrivenProvide lots of data and hope there issomething good there (“more is better”)
    40. 40. C4ISR Paradigm Shift Old Paradigm Operational Effects New Paradigm Composeability Decision making and Collaboration NCOW Intelligent Representation, Visualization and Interaction Information Management Comms & Networks Information AcquisitionData Driven Decision DrivenProvide lots of data and hope there is Provide just the right data to the rightsomething good there (“more is better”) person at the right time in the right form
    41. 41. Evolution of C4ISR Capabilities• All DOD moving to network centric operations –Any user can find any data, connect to it and display it
    42. 42. Evolution of C4ISR Capabilities• All DOD moving to network centric operations –Any user can find any data, connect to it and display it• Implementing via Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) –Decompose –Expose –Dynamically compose
    43. 43. Take Advantage of the Web• Billions of $$$ of R&D each year – Hard technology - search engines, visualization, mashups, … – Soft technology - social engineering, user generated content, people networks, …• These are the capabilities younger generation expect to have at work• Issues: – Identifying the technologies that make sense for DOD – Time lag to get into DOD environment
    44. 44. This is the ‘Y’ Generation!Or is it ???
    45. 45. Internet Technologies• Wikipedia –Intellipedia, Diplopedia• Computer games, virtual reality –Training, better situation awareness, better collaboration• Visualization tools –Better decision aids
    46. 46. User Defined Collaboration Mashup InRelief.org Example
    47. 47. User Defined Collaboration Mashup UCCS.edu Example
    48. 48. Intelligent Composeability Authoring Agents Example• Drag & Drop workflow or agent authoring – When run, asks user for key word then builds tailored report of articles from pre-defined sources – Could potentially have hundreds of these supporting each user
    49. 49. Intelligent Composeability Meta-data Enhanced Search ExampleFallujah, iraq, imagery Accuracy Timeliness
    50. 50. Intelligent Composeability Web 2.0 Examples• Amazon, iTunes – Suggestions based on what you and others have bought – Military potential - The last five folks who planned a NEO extraction used this plan as a starting point…• Digg, YouTube – The “group” decides whats interesting – Military potential – four out of five action officers found this source of intelligence data to be most useful…54
    51. 51. Shift Away from Primarily Kinetic Operations• US embracing “waging peace”, growing influence of information operations• Technology Issues: – Current tools are focused on kinetic warfare – Importance of understanding networks (social, economic, etc.) – Need to integrate non-kinetic warfare into planning – How do you measure effectiveness?
    52. 52. Road to Intelligent Composeability Intelligent GEARS Pipes Composeability Dynamic Models Uncertain Information SAGE Cooperative NCES MDA Pilot Agent Composition Next Gen C2 Ambient Intelligence C2 Data Pilot CANES Services Immersive Web 3.0 2015 JTM CFn Services Oriented Environments Learning XCOP Architecture Agents Systems Active Conceptual TEBO Auto. Meta Tagging Grid Computing 2010 Modeling of Learning Virtualization Workflow Iconic ChatInteroperable SOAP/WSDL Decomposition 2005 Personal Agents “Stovepipe” Discovery Web 2.0 that Learn (PAL) PoR XML Virtual Blogs FastC2AP Reality Netnews 2000 Web 1.0 IRC
    53. 53. A Call To Excellence "The Navy has both a tradition and a future – and we look with pride and confidence in both directions." – ADM George Anderson, Chief of Naval Operations "When doing a job, any job, one must feel that he owns it and act as though he will remain in the job forever. He must look after his work just as conscientiously, as though it were his own business and his own money. If he feels he is only a temporary custodian, or that the job is just a stepping stone to a higher position, his actions will not take into account the long term interest of the organization." – ADM RickoverFLSCFEB 2011 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 57
    54. 54. Questions? Contact info: N-NC J643 Gary Koch (719) 422-3173 gary.koch@northcom.mil www.twitter.com/GaryKochhttp://qrcode.kaywa.com/

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