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C3 INTEROPERABILITY AFCEA ‘INTEROPERABILITY REVISITED’ 16 June 10. Dick Whittingham Principal Technical Coordinator NATO HQ Consultation, Command and Control Staff. CONTENT. Overview Implications of Interoperability Keys Actions and Initiatives. OVERVIEW.

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C3 INTEROPERABILITY
  • AFCEA ‘INTEROPERABILITY REVISITED’
  • 16 June 10
  • Dick Whittingham
  • Principal Technical Coordinator
  • NATO HQ Consultation, Command and Control Staff
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CONTENT

  • Overview
  • Implications of Interoperability Keys
  • Actions and Initiatives
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OVERVIEW

  • Interoperability is a challenge!
  • For C3, lack of interoperability means:
    • No network enabled environment
    • No information sharing
  • Move to a federated networked environment makes interoperability central to National as well as NATO activity
    • Pre-requisite for effective operations in the real world
relationships
RELATIONSHIPS
  • For C3, our required capabilities are always in the context of the federated (NATO, national and multinational) networked environment
  • In NATO, required capabilities are defined and implemented via the NATO Defence Planning Process and the Operational Planning Process
  • Interoperability is a characteristic of a capability
    • Standardization is a tool to support interoperability
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ACO

NATO STATIC

JFC HQ

SOCC

NATO DEPLOYED

NATIONAL

AIR FORCES

& BASES

HQ NATO

NATIONAL

FORCES

NATIONAL

FORCES

NATIONAL

FORCES

DJSE

NATIONAL

AIR FORCES

& BASES

NATIONAL

AIR FORCES

& BASES

AIR

CC HQ

NATO

TASK

FORCE

MARITIME

CC HQ

LAND

CC HQ

INFORMATION FLOW

NATIONALDEPLOYED

INFORMATION FLOW

FEDERATED ENVIRONMENT

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OPERATIONAL REALITY

OPERATIONAL PLANNING

OPERATIONAL

PLANNING

Parallel staffing

Identification

to

Endorsement

Cost

estimation

Authorisation

Implementation

Handover

Bridge to

the future

POLITICAL

DIRECTION

CONOPS

FORCE

ACTIVATION

DIRECTIVE

CJSOR

FORCE

GENERATION

OPLAN

CRO PLANNING

  • Forces come as they are
  • Interoperability low
  • Requirements unclear and changing
  • Dynamic ad hoc solutions needed
  • Work-arounds
  • AMN
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INTEROPERABILITY KEYS

  • Understanding and documenting the interoperability requirement (IOR)
  • Identifying solutions to the IOR
  • Implementation of the solutions by all parties
  • Test and validation of the implemented solutions
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1

Political

Guidance

2

Requirements

& Shortfalls

3

Set Targets

4

Implement

Monitor /

Facilitate

National / Multi-National

Implementation

NATO

Implementation

Support

5

Review

NATO Capability Survey

Progress Report

Annual Capabilities Report

NATO DEFENCE PLANNING PROCESS(NDPP)

1

INT

PG

Pol – Mil Analysis

LoA

Operations

Future Trends

Minimum Capabilities

Requirements (MCR)

PS

REQUIREMENT

Lessons Learned

Surplus Capability

NATO and

National Existing

and Planned

Capabilities

Compare

Fulfilment Exercise

2

RISK

Analysis

Capability Shortfalls

Capabilities to be Maintained

Prioritise Shortfalls

Note Synopsis of MCR including Priority Shortfall Areas

SOLUTION

National Targets

Develop Targets

– apportion

Determine Capability

Shortfall Solutions

Multi-National Targets

NATO Targets

IMPLEMENT

Reasonable Challenge

Agree Targets

Associated Risk

PROVE

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Step

1

INT

PG

Pol – Mil Analysis

LoA

OPERATIONAL PLANNING

Operations

Future Trends

OPERATIONAL

PLANNING

Minimum Capabilities

Requirements

Parallel staffing

PS

Identification

to

Endorsement

Cost

estimation

Lessons Learned

Authorisation

Implementation

Handover

Bridge to

the future

Surplus Capability

NATO and

National Existing

and Planned

Capabilities

POLITICAL

DIRECTION

CJSOR

FORCE

ACTIVATION

DIRECTIVE

CONOPS

2

Compare

Fulfilment Exercise

RISK

Analysis

Capability Shortfalls

Capabilities to be Maintained

PLoCS

National Targets

Acknowledge PLoCS

FORCE

GENERATION

3

Develop Targets

– apportion

Determine Capability

Shortfall Solutions

Multi-National Targets

OPLAN

NATO Targets

CRO PLANNING

Associated Risk

Reasonable Challenge

Agree Targets

4

Monitor /

Facilitate

National / Multi-National

Implementation

NATO

Implementation

Support

5

NATO Capability Survey

Progress Report

Annual Capabilities Report

PROCESSRELATIONSHIPS

DEFENCE PLANNING

BALANCING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCES

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Step

1

INT

PG

Pol – Mil Analysis

LoA

OPERATIONAL PLANNING

Operations

Future Trends

OPERATIONAL

PLANNING

Minimum Capabilities

Requirements

Parallel staffing

PS

Identification

to

Endorsement

Cost

estimation

Lessons Learned

Authorisation

Implementation

Handover

Bridge to

the future

Surplus Capability

NATO and

National Existing

and Planned

Capabilities

CONOPS

CJSOR

FORCE

ACTIVATION

DIRECTIVE

POLITICAL

DIRECTION

2

Compare

Fulfilment Exercise

RISK

Analysis

Capability Shortfalls

Capabilities to be Maintained

PLoCS

National Targets

Acknowledge PLoCS

FORCE

GENERATION

3

Develop Targets

– apportion

Determine Capability

Shortfall Solutions

Multi-National Targets

MCR

OPLAN

NATO Targets

CRO PLANNING

PSA

Associated Risk

Reasonable Challenge

Agree Targets

TARGETS

4

Monitor /

Facilitate

National / Multi-National

Implementation

NATO

Implementation

Support

5

NATO Capability Survey

Progress Report

Annual Capabilities Report

PROCESSRELATIONSHIPS

DEFENCE PLANNING

INTEROPERABILITY

COHERENT ARCHITECTURE

COHERENT PROCESS

actions and initiatives
ACTIONS AND INITIATIVES
  • NATO Policies, Processes and Tools
    • Acquisition Process Reform
      • Common framework, ownership, funding scope, simpler
    • Principles for C3 Testing
      • Reference facilities: certification
    • Information Management
      • NIMA, information sharing environment
    • NATO Interoperability Standards and Profiles
      • Linkage to architecture: SIOP
actions and initiatives1
ACTIONS AND INITIATIVES
  • Strategic Commands
    • Develop generic deployed ops C3 requirement
    • Simplify capability management
  • Industry
    • Really adopt open standards
    • Support establishment of distributed Reference Facilities for testing conformance to NATO agreed standards
    • Support spiral development and delivery
messages
MESSAGES
  • Interoperability in the C3 environment is now a core attribute for NATO and Nations
  • Processes need to be re-focussed, funds need to be re-prioritised
  • We need to solve tomorrow’s problem as well as todays