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  1. Meeting the Warfighter’s Interoperability Requirements Dr. Jim Blake Program Executive Officer PEO STRI MILCOM 2007 29 October 2007

  2. The Problem We cannot afford the current vector for the future. The Solution Who really knows? The future keeps changing – BUT – some things are clear…

  3. The Past Very limited interoperability within and across domains L - MILES V - CCTT C - JTC, ALSP STOW - E, STOW - A

  4. The Present Some isolated improvements - Persistence Korea (IHITS, CCTT, AVCATT, JCATS) L - IHITS, MILES V - CCTT C - JLCCTC (Multi-service) ERF, MRF-C, MRF-W

  5. The Present – Interoperability Matrix CTC OIS WARSIM ONESAF TACSIM IEWTPT CSSTSS CBS CBS CSSTSS TACSIM IEWTPT ONESAF WARSIM CTC OIS 178 x 178 Matrix Both simulations have Requirement to interoperate and work is in progress Both simulations have Requirement but no work has been done yet Both simulations have Requirement to interoperate and they are currently fully interoperable Only 1 of the simulations has reported Requirement to interoperate

  6. The Future High value interoperability targets Plans L - CTIA – TENA V - SE Core C - JLCCTC - MRF-W Standards and Protocols JNTC JAAR • Automated behaviors • Tools • Reduced number of models • Reduced number of components (AARs, C4 Adapter, translators, • gateways) • Faster set up • Timely modifications • Better Soldier acceptance • Reduced “tie guys” – it takes an army to • train a few Leads to

  7. How We Get There • Internal analysis (matrix) • I2AB – Highly persistent capability hardened over time • Highly leveraged investments • System and non-system oversight • Collaboration with JFCOM and JWFC • Test and Training interaction Common APIs, DIFs, & Protocols DIS, HLA C4I Adapter, SNE, AAR, Scenario Generation Common Components Architectures CTIA, VSA, OneSAF Gunnery Trainers, Staff Trainers, Virtual Trainers Interoperable Applications

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  9. AAR WIM JNEM Interfaces = New Federate, fielded = Stand-alone Component, not fielded JLCCTC System Overview JLCCTC System Overview INCREMENT - I INCREMENT - II …OBJECTIVE FY04 & FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 C4ISR WARSIM CBS CBS CBS CBS C4ISR OneSAF C4ISR Interfaces C4ISR C4ISR JCATS JCATS JCATS JCATS LOGFED Interfaces Interfaces Interfaces TACSIM TACSIM TACSIM AWSIM IOS GIAC JNEM TACSIM NWARS-NG NWARS-NG LOGFED LOGFED AAR LOGFED ALSP NWARS-NG WARSIM AARS WARSIM CSSTSS AARS AARS WARSIM Fed. Init. JNEM JNEM JDLM AWSIM IOS GIAC AWSIM IOS GIAC HLA AWSIM IOS GIAC OneSAF OneSAF 1TACSIM Retirement 07 2CSSTSS Retirement 07 Janus Retirement Janus 04 BBS Retirement BBS 06 CBS Retirement CBS 09