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XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop, McLean Virginia . XMSF Liaison & Collaboration. Don Brutzman, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Mark Pullen, George Mason University (GMU) Katherine L. Morse, SAIC Andreas Tolk, Old Dominion University (ODU). Business Model. We’re not a standards body

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xmsf liaison collaboration

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop, McLean Virginia

XMSF Liaison & Collaboration

Don Brutzman, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)

Mark Pullen, George Mason University (GMU)

Katherine L. Morse, SAIC

Andreas Tolk, Old Dominion University (ODU)

business model
Business Model
  • We’re not a standards body
    • Leverage processes of existing related organizations
    • Participate in these organizations to achieve XMSF’s goals
  • Target intellectual property rights policy is royalty free
    • Value added by companies building products that comply with voluntary consensus standards
  • The community owns XMSF
    • The partners are the initial seed crystal for this process

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

liaison with standards organizations
Liaison with Standards Organizations
  • Initially SISO and Web3D Consortium
    • Establish subgroups within these organizations?
    • “XMSF profiles” must be endorsed by both organizations
  • Ongoing issue of engaging the C4I community
    • C4I Architecture Data Model (CADM)

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

standards producers organizations with potential mutual interest
Standards Producers/Organizations with Potential Mutual Interest
  • W3C
  • OMG
  • ADL
  • NATO Multilateral Interoperability Program [Generic Hub]
  • IEEE SISC
  • IETF
  • ISO
  • ECMA

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

organizations with probable information interest
Organizations with Probable Information Interest
  • Standards users/adopters/proponents
    • DISA XML Registry
    • NIST Engineering & Manufacturing Division
    • Range Commanders’ Council
    • OSD ASC
    • J6I
    • JFCOM
  • Policy makers
    • TRADOC NSC
    • DON CIO (XML WG)
    • DMSO

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

current collaborations
Current Collaborations
  • Sponsors
    • Government
      • DMSO
      • NAVMSMO
      • DTRA
    • Industry
      • Sun Microsystems
  • Early adopter projects
    • Multistatic Sonobuoy Modeling (Sonalysts, NAVAIR, NPS)
    • Battle Management Language (Army CECOM, Northrop Grumman, Alion, ACS)
    • WMD Effects Legacy Models (DTRA, GMU, NPS)
    • Open Source Xj3D Browser (Yumetech, NPS)

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

future collaborators
Future Collaborators
  • Probable early adopters
    • METOC Services (NUWC)
    • BML addition (NUWC)
    • JEDSS (JFCOM)
    • <Your Name Here>

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

what s in an xmsf profile
What’s in an XMSF Profile?
  • Do they correspond to classes of authors and users rather than specific technologies?
  • What’s the minimum footprint for a particular profile, e.g. core or base profile?
    • Protocols
    • Platforms
    • Seamless transition between standalone and networked
  • Security
  • Are there different classes of services?
    • Push vs. pull
    • One time service requests vs.persistent connections

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop

2003 planning
2003 Planning
  • Build networked exemplars with collaborators
    • XMSF partners available for advice and/or teaming
  • Schedule joint workshop w/CMSE at JFCOM
  • Plan nearby booths at I/ITSEC for networked demos
    • DMSO - Yes!
    • DTRA - Yes
    • NUWC
    • SAIC
    • NPS - Yes!
    • Now’s the time to sign up!

XMSF Early Adopters’ Workshop