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  1. International Data Links Society One Network, One Team Graham W Archer Chairman IDSoc

  2. Purpose Briefly introduce the International Data Links Society and further stimulate discussion on areas of harmonization and cooperation

  3. Overview • Why a Society (The requirement) • History of the Society • What are we doing today • Opportunities

  4. The Requirement

  5. The Requirement System Operator Operator Display Display Data Link Host Host Box-to-Box Knowledge Knowledge Terminal (JTIDS) Terminal (MIDS) Information Information Data Data 010110 010110 RF Data Protocol & Integration MMI Brain-to-Brain Legend: Technical IO Procedural IO Operational IO

  6. The JDN • Tac/Op Level • Umbrella over defined JAO • Voice + Data* • Near Real Time + • Provides SA • Battle Management Coordination • C2 BLOS of Organic sensors

  7. The JDN • Network of Networks • Tactical Data Links Backbone • Push – Pull • Sensor to Sensor • Requires strong dynamic Network management of Information/Knowledge • Noise increasing

  8. JDN

  9. JDN JEN

  10. The JEN • Tac Level • Small defined Area of Engagement within JAO • Subset of JDN • Voice + Data* • Real Time + Near Real Time + • Provides fidelity SA • Distinct in time • High level of activity

  11. The JEN • Data Fusion • Network within Networks of Networks • Tactical Data Links Backbone • Push* – Pull • Sensor to Shooter • Requires rigorous dynamic Network management of Information/Knowledge • Lots of Noise so very good KNR required

  12. Weapon Enabled Warfare Target Target Control Control Control Sensors Sensors Sensors Crew Control Control Control Control Crew Crew Crew Information Information Information Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon Target Weapons Platform

  13. Sensor Enabled Warfare Target Target Control Control Control Control Sensors Sensors Sensors Sensors Control Control Control Control Crew Crew Crew Crew Information Information Information Information Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon Target Weapon System Platform

  14. Communication Enabled Warfare Control Control C2 C2 C2 C2 Information Information Target Target Control Control Control Control Sensors Sensors Sensors Sensors Control Control Control Control Crew Crew Crew Crew Information Information Information Information Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon Target Weapon System Platform

  15. Link Enabled Warfare Control Sensors Control C2 Information Information Target Target Weapon System Platform

  16. Network Enabled Warfare Networked Information & Control Sensors C2 Sensors Sensors Target Sensors Sensors C2 C2 C2 C2 Control Control Control Control Weapon Sensors Sensors Sensors Sensors Control Control Control Control Crew Crew Crew Crew Information Information Information Information Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon System Platform Target "Accurate, Timely, and Widely Distributed Information to put the right ordnance on the most important target set at the right time in order to seize and exploit the initiative."

  17. Network Objective Network Enabled Warfare Effect Link Enabled Warfare Communication Enabled Warfare Time

  18. GIG Enabled Warfare GIG Networked Information & Control Sensors C2 Sensors Sensors Target Sensors Sensors C2 C2 C2 C2 Control Control Control Control Weapon Sensors Sensors Sensors Sensors Control Control Control Control Crew Crew Crew Crew Information Information Information Information Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon Weapon System Platform Target

  19. Migration Path Visions GIG Enabled $ £ Path 2 Path 1 Cost Network Enabled System £ Link Enabled Systems £ Platform Centric (Fielded) £ 2000 2010 2020 Performance over Time

  20. The Coalition Network • The Network is not a material solution, but rather a statement of attributes and capabilities that a material solution (a network of networks) must have to satisfy this set of operationally based capabilities. • The communications capabilities that ultimately are acquired are driven by these Network information/knowledge management requirements. • Many communications systems are capable of providing services that in total, or in part, can contribute to meeting the Network service requirements.

  21. Data Link Integration JOINT DATA NETWORK TDLs BROADCASTS WANS Griffin MNIS IBS JRE L16 L11 CENTRIXS L22 TULIP – iSMART-- -- Web - IP

  22. Joint Data Network (Multi-Link) Potential Multi-Link TDLS BROADCASTS WIDE AREA NETWORKS VOICE

  23. Key Drivers • Gateways and forwarders - Objective Gateway • Cross and Inter Network connectivity • GIG, JTRS, IPv6, WNW inc. • Coalition endorsed policy that can be implemented • Coalition Endorsed Standards that will be implemented • Architectures - DODAF/MODAF etc • IER management - iSMART • Attribute management - define and measure • Network Management - JSS • Networthiness – Quality of Service

  24. Networthiness • Need to define exactly what it is that an individual is bringing to or contributing to the Network • Need to understand QUALITY • Cannot be subjective • Need define Interoperability as a quantifiable measure of quality • Need a framework/Policy/Process

  25. Networthiness • At any instant in time what is an individual contributing to the Network • What is their Net worth • Are they Net worthy • What is the overall quality of the network • Is the Network Net worthy • How do we measure/define Networthiness

  26. The Requirement System Operator Operator Display Display Data Link Host Host Box-to-Box Knowledge Knowledge Terminal (JTIDS) Terminal (MIDS) Information Information Data Data 010110 010110 RF Data Protocol & Integration MMI Brain-to-Brain Legend: Technical IO Procedural IO Operational IO

  27. The Data Link Community • To deliver a true network the community (military and industry) needs to understand, discuss and debate the real issues. • How?

  28. International Data Links Symposium • IDLS 2001 was held in Great Malvern, UK • IDLS 2002 was held in San Diego, USA • Executive Steering Committee formed • IDLS 2003 was held in Newbury, UK • Society born at IDLS 2003 by attendees

  29. The InternationalData Links SocietyIDLSocOne Network, One Team(One Fight)

  30. IDLSoc Overview and Purpose IDLSoc is a non-profit, independent society for individuals and organizations involved in research, development, implementation and use of Data Links, both civil and military.

  31. IDLSoc Overview and Purpose The society's goals are: • To bring together and facilitate a network of international professionals in the data links community and create a forum for the exchange of social, cultural, technological and professional ideas and interests; • To promote the increased use and higher quality of standards in the data links community; and • To become a key liaison with corporate, government, military, research, educational and other organizations concerned with the continued progress in civil and military data links. 

  32. IDLSoc Today • Membership • Individual • Corporate • Defense Organizations • International Committee • Chapters/Regional activity • Australia • Canada • Germany • Netherlands (Sweden) • Washington DC, USA • UK

  33. UK Chapter of IDLSoc The IDLS UK Chapter is a sub group of the International Data Link Society, with its own committee and organisation. It is run in accordance with the goals and regulations of the IDLS. • It is a non profit making organisation run by the UK tactical data link community for the benefit of the whole UK tactical data link community. • As a group it will provide a forum for its members to share information for the benefit of all its members. • It is a society which has a balanced membership drawn from the operational community, the requirements community, the UK Integration Authority, the Defence Procurement and Logistics organizations and industry members. The group is to cover all services, Army, Navy and Air Force. • The group provides an opportunity for industry and users to discuss issues and formulate areas for future development. It will focus primarily on issues that affect the UK. • It is an organisation that can collate and promote issues and present them to the main IDLS organisation as well as receiving feedback from other national chapters. • It will also promote issues of interest to other industry and corporate bodies as appropriate.

  34. IDLSoc Today • Website – idlsoc.com • The organisation currently has responsibility for the annual International Data Links Symposium and publication of the journal of the society • Looking at doing much more • Standards • Training Courses • Members benefit from society resources, events, contacts and training

  35. Deliverables • Chapters • Successful and expanding • Networking • Web based • Events • Well attended and proactive

  36. IDLS 2004 www.idls2004.com San Diego CA 19 – 21 Oct 2004

  37. IDLS 2005 www.idls2005.com Sydney Australia 4-6 Oct 2005

  38. IDLS2005 – Sydney, Au www.idls2005.com Sydney Australia 4-6 Oct 2005

  39. Destination Sydney Symposium Venue www.idls2005.com Sydney Australia 4-6 Oct 2005

  40. Future IDLS Events • IDLS 2006 – Copenhagen • IDLS 2007 – North America • IDLS 2008 – Pacific rim • Numerous Chapter events and establishing off year international events

  41. Opportunities • NCOIC and IDLSoc share common goals • Data Links are a critical enabler to NCO/NEC • Data Link Community have real knowledge • Society aware of and living with International dimension • Chapters understand National thinking • Events established and well attended • Already offer quality training

  42. IDLSoc and NCOIC • IDLSoc fully supports NCOIC • IDLSoc intends to promote NCOIC within its International membership • IDLSoc is already working with the NCOIC leadership to establish how we can participate to mutual advantage • Must assure harmonization • Established events and Chapters are ideal conduits for NCOIC into both Industry and DODs within coalition partners

  43. Website Addresses www.idlsoc.com Questions?

  44. Back up

  45. Network Enabled Platform Definition A Platform is Network Enabled If: • It has the ability to originate, process, consume, pull or push mission-relevant information with other nodes/platforms/centers to the extent needed to achieve desired effects • It can access, on-demand, the information, services, and the network in a standard manner A Platform is GIG Network Enabled If: • It is connected to a network (or network of networks) that has the following attributes: • Uniquely addressable nodes; automated routing of information; time-synchronized; self-healing; dynamically reroutable, accessibility, integrity, detectability, interoperability, latency, timely, flexible, scalable, secure, coverage/global, accurate, survivable • Its communications are capable of being managed (capacity, routing, spectrum, etc.) automatically/remotely to meet global requirements with minimal/no platform operator intervention • It is capable of implementing web services appropriate to its mission—which may include voice over IP (VoIP), text chat, email, video, search, etc.

  46. JPN Bowman etc SatCom Saturn TCDL Crypto Link-11 VMF Link-22 Link-16 KNR JDN JEN Multi-Link Data Exchange Media Areas of Operation C4I Architecture – Common IDFs