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Framing the operational semantic perspective presented at ncoic 2006 29 november 2006

Enterprise

Data

Group

Framing the Operational Semantic Perspective Presented at

NCOIC 2006

29 November 2006

Paul Shaw

Navy Command and Control

Functional Data Manager

[email protected]

Statement A: Approved for public release;

distribution is unlimited (28 November 2006)


Framing the operational semantic perspective presented at ncoic 2006 29 november 2006

Net Centricity

Net Centricity: DoD is moving to a net-centric environment in which all elements of the DoD are able to seamlessly share information, resulting in dramatic improvements in combat power and decision superiority.

Operational Perspectives:

  • How can we leverage existing and emerging technologies to assist operational problems like Maritime Security & other National Security Objectives

  • What are the benefits and limitations of our different technologies, standards, & methodologies

  • Can our information sharing transformation encompass our legacy, new, & planned systems

  • Can we achieve critical attributes of flexibility, adaptability, and scalability


An operational problem maritime security

Maritime security response and counterterrorism operations

Maritime intercept operations

Prevention and detection of, and response to, mining of U.S. ports

Detection, interdiction and disposition of targeted cargo, people, and vessels

Attacks on vessels with U. S. citizens aboard or that effect U. S. interests anywhere in the world

Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA)… Maximizing awareness of security issues in the maritime domain in order to support U. S. forces and improve United States Government actions in response to identified threats (NSPD 41, p. 2)* … It is critical that the United States develop an enhanced capability to identify threats to the maritime domain as early and as distant from our shores as possible. (NSPD-41, p.5)*

An Operational Problem - Maritime Security

* National Security Presidential Directive NSPD-41

Homeland Security Presidential Directive HSPD-13,

The White House, December 21, 2004


Data strategy requirement

Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA)is effective understanding of anything associated with the global maritime domain that could impact the security, safety, economy, or environment of the United States …

Understanding the Complexity

On-demand Data Access

Understanding of anything associated with global domain

Managing Uncertainty

Threat vs. Capability Based Response Plan

Cross Agency & Community Integration

No established Core Data Structure (data or processes) to leverage

Data Strategy Requirement

NSPD 41 / HSPD 13

NSPD 41 / HSPD 13

Maritime Security Policy

Maritime

International

Transportation Security

Transportation Security

Outreach

National Strategy

National Strategy

for

for

Maritime Security

Maritime Security

Maritime

ASD(HD) & DHS Leads

ASD(HD) & DHS Leads

Infrastructure Recovery

Domestic

Outreach

Review Team (JS/J5)

Review Team (JS/J5)

Maritime

Commerce Security

Global Maritime

Maritime

Maritime

Intelligence

Operational

Domain Awareness

Integration

Threat Response

Goal: Improve our ability to collect, fuse, analyze, display, and disseminate actionable information and intelligence to the operational commander.


On demand data requirement

In other words:Right data, right place, right time, all the time.

Right Data:

Interoperable

Trusted

Understandable

Available

Visible

Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA)is effective understanding of anything associated with the global maritime domain that could impact the security, safety, economy, or environment of the United States (NSPD-41, p. 5)…. It will be achieved by improving our ability to collect, fuse, analyze, display, and disseminate actionable information and intelligence to operational commanders.

On-demand Data Requirement


Hierarchy of data needs

Hierarchy of Data Needs

Responsive

Semantic

interoperable, meaning, M2M, etc

Interoperable

Value

trusted, authoritative, accurate, relevant, responsive, timely, etc

Trusted

Operational

completeness, understandable, usable, brevity, etc

Understandable

Security

ownership, privacy, secure, role, limits, stability, etc

Available

Physical and Logical

requirement, availability, accessible, discoverable, etc.

Visible

**Modified from Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

(original five-stage model)


Sample net centric concept for maritime security

External Intel

Processing

Center

Database

Network

HUMINT

External

Sensor

Cue

Network load

Terrorist Alert

Ontology

Weather

Processing

Center

Cue

Weather alert

MDP Sensor

Type

Detection data

Ontology

Processing

Center

Fusion

Center

C2 Node

Ontology

Manifest

Ontology

Ontology

Commands

Detects

Cargo

Owners

Crew

Registry

Deck plans

Previous ports

of call

Develops

Anomaly

Infers

Responder

Type

Position

Intercept point

Intercept time

Range

Capabilities

Ship Track

Ship

Triggers

Track #

Position

Heading

Speed

Update

Position

Heading

Speed

ID

Alert

Engages

Sample Net Centric Concept for Maritime Security


Our desired end state

Our Desired End State

  • Net Centric Interoperability

    • Publish and Subscribe

      • Dynamic Information Sharing

Presentation Layer

User Defined Relationships

Semantic Layer

Publish & Subscribe Services

Data Sources from either Sensors or Systems – Dynamic Configurations


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