Corporate PPT Template

Corporate PPT Template

Imagine.and act Greg Gardner VP, Government and Homeland Security Solutions Oracle Corporation Today If you are driving across the desert and your car breaks down, the only guy who benefits is a heavily tattood fellow named Earl who owns the only repair shop for miles Tomorrowit will work like thisa chip in the engine detects an impending failure and sends a notification not only to you but also via satellite to the nearest repair shop, the nearest parts source, and, if necessary, the nearest auto rental shopand also to the manufacturer of the part so failure rates can be tracked and inventories adjustedWow! A global supply chain in which everyone benefits.and your life is better Unclassified C3 Vision (v 2.0) 2002 TODAY If an expeditionary military mission requiring ground forces is directed, it is often given primarily to a single service.witness the Marines at Kandahar, the earlier Army Ranger raid at that same airfield during the early days of Opn Enduring Freedomand Army-centric Opn Anaconda. WHY? In large measure, because today our C3 systems are developed, procured, and deployed by our Services with minimal interoperability. TOMORROW.These missions will be conducted by seamlessly integrated and inter-netted joint forces. IT WILL WORK LIKE THIS: The President determines that a country or organization must be swiftly defeated. The responsible Regional Combatant Commander, provided accurate, real-time knowledge of the readiness and location of all US forces, as well as reach-back to national level expertise by the Joint C2 System, builds a joint force

package that optimizes the capabilities of each Service and SOCOM. Using this same Joint C2 System, the designated Joint Task Force Commander plans and rehearses the mission virtually in a secure, collaborative information environment. At the same time, using several UAVs, he establishes a Wide Area Relayed Network (WARNET) over the objective area. The JTF moves toward the target from dispersed bases, maintaining constant situational awareness and collaboration while enroute. Upon arrival, elements of the force, with common situational understanding from the Joint C2 system, deliver devastating, closely synchronized, kinetic and non-kinetic joint effects no boundariesno coordination lines. The enemy destroyed, elements of the JTF secure objectives, others return to base. still sharing common situational understanding. The Commander of NORTHCOM uses this same Joint C2 System to share Homeland Defense information amongst its Service Components and with other Agencies. WOW! National Leadership, Combatant Commander, Joint Force Commander, Component Commanders, and Service and SOCOM tactical elements at home and abroad - all seamlessly networked by an integrated Joint C2 System.not a collection of Service-centric systems and connected nets and websites but a 1 pervasive, ubiquitous information-centric infrastructure.a powerful vision. The Big Idea: Automate routine, rules based processes so warfighters spend brainpower solving tough problems Two Scenarios Time Sensitive Targeting/Adaptive Planning Information Management in Net-Centric Operations Thanks up front to: Doug Miller, Gary Shaffer, and Marty Hendrix of SAIC Rick Hays-Roth, MAJ Bob Hesser, LCDR Dan Reiken of Naval Post Grad School Geoff Brown and Tom Mayhew of Oracle Enablers Standards based tools Evolution of the GIGcommercial and military Emergence of Service (Process) Oriented

Architectures tying together loosely-coupled and geographically dispersed services Evolution of the vision of the Semantic Web where data is defined and linked in such a way that it is used by machines, not just displayed Willingness to share data and information for operational effectiveness and cost savings Time Sensitive Targeting and Adaptive Planning Today We partially automate mission planning, preparation, and execution, but many processes are fragile, not too flexible, and not optimized Tomorrow We will leverage the power of modern information technology to weave together services and processes into a seamless, flexible system that optimizes modern information technology Its based on standard versions of Extensible Markup Language (XML) a web service synchronously and manipulate XML documents , catch and manage exceptions Initiate asynchronous processing in parallel of execution asynchronous callbacks from long running services/processors on a set of pre-defined constraints

woven into Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) that enables the Orchestration of Web Services Compose Operational Processes and Threads, from Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) based on common standards Specifies how collections of services are jointly used to realize more complex functionality Describes the data shared between the services Transactional states and joint exception handling Separates the flow (execution) from the services themselves Partnerships/Organizations Once deployed they can be consumed by other Operational Processes and/or services XML based Work flow for Web services. BTW: Your bank and Lending Tree do this now Mission Capability Packages Integrate a specific set of joint sensors, platforms, weapons, warriors, networks, command and control systems for the purpose of performing missionspecific engagements. Ability to dynamically re-configure and re-allocate assets on the fly based on current mission needs.

FnEP Masters Thesis, NPS, MAJ Robert Hesser and LCDR Dan Rieken Mission Capability Packages Sensors Networks Warriors C2 Sensor CT Sensor CCID CTP ABMA Platforms IFC Weapons Weapon Weapon Mission Capability Package Sensor Sensor COP

PNT MP MC Web Services Orchestrating Distributed Services Operational Process Z Service X Orchestration Service Mission Capability Package composed and orchestrated from services X, Y, & OP Z Service Y Technology Vision Applied PLAN FIND FIX TRACK TARGET ENGAGE ASSESS Deliver components GIS C2

rather than systems MP Components are provided as information services Components can be arranged in any way to provide overall composite application Composite Application Component design provides flexibility, higher re-use, and better manageability UNCLASSIFIED Core Services Security Services Identity/Access Pr ovisioning Directory WSDL COI COI COI Policies UDDI

Author izati on Service Enterprise Servi ces fubr xyz Query Services Alerts/ Message Services Policy Service Authentication Services Queues Registry & Discovery Services WSPL Queues XML/XSD Registry Translation Service Discover y Orchestration Service

Collaboration Services Enterprise Management COI COI COI Enterprise Services Bus (ESB) Global Information Grid Data Oriented Service Visualization Service SIP/IMP/MCAST/Native Data Oriented Service JMX SOAP/HTTP(S) SOAP/XML/HTML/WML /XSL SAML/XML/XACML/XKMS IWMDT HPAC eNTCSS JMeWS

MIDB WebCOP Mi ssion Appl ications TCT RDBMS Data Oriented Service Composed Mission Capability Package Maps MIDB JCA/IIOP/JDBC/JDO/RPC UNCLASSIFIED 8 UNCLASSIFIED Portal with Discovery UNCLASSIFIED 18 UNCLASSIFIED Scenario - MTW-W TACSIT - Strike Against Re-Locatable Soft Target Use Case - F/A-18 w/JSOW (Unitary) TBMCS JC-2

CVN Joint Target List CVN Det Env 1 JFACC JC-2 CVN CVN Strike Cdr Guidance JC-2 CVN Determine Force Requirements Strike Ops Strike Ops NBC Sensor NVD

Strike Ops TBMCS TBMCS CVN Plan Force Disposition Determine Sensor Availability Strike Ops Shore Site Task Sensors Strike Ops CFSOCC Firefinder/Other USA Squad USA Squad Detect Unknown Target RECO N

CVN Determine Asset Availability Strike Ops USA Squad Search NTCSS JC-2 USA Squad Locate Targets Identify Targets RECON RECON RECON Shore Site Communicate TOC PTW/JSIPS-N/SPF

JSIPS-N NVD Deliberate Strike Assess Engagement Capability Prioritize Targets Strike Ops USA Squad Track Until StoppedRECON Geolocate Target RECON FPS/TAMPS/SPF Strike Ops CVN JC-2 CVN Det Env 2 Strike Ops PTW/JSIPS-N/SPF

NVD USA Squad CVN CVN Firefinder/Other Time Critical Strike Strike Ops CVN Assign Weapon/Target Platform Selection MIDS ATDLS Strike Ops MC/AWW-13 POD F/A-18 Execute Force Orders

CVN Update Mission Plans JSOW (Unitary) F/A-18 Weapon Support Weapon Flyout F/ A- 18 DDD Target F/A- 18 Strike Ops JC-2 AN/APS-145 CVN Det Env 3 Strike Ops Perform Deconfliction E-2C

E-2C JTT NVD NVD USA Squad Shore Site Task BDI/BHI USA Squad Collect BDI/BHI CFSOCC Remove from Target List Shore Site Communicate Assess BDI/BHI RECON CVN Secure voice

JFACC JOC TST RECON JTT CVN Re-Prioritize Strike Ops System Phases Plan Platform Detect ID Communicate Track Decide Engage Assess

Activity Info Element Org 1 UNCLASSIFIED Time Sensitive Targeting From TBMCS (via SPF) From JIPTL and JTL Prioritized Target Lists ATO/ACO BPEL From SPF To ABM Notional TADIL J messages generated for updated Target Information Mission data From SPF Routes (CRDs)

From COP TCT JAOC Procedures UNCLASSIFIED AOC TCT Cell fuses routes, mission data 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Missions that met some criteria are displayed in the Missions portlet Corresponding routes are displayed in COP TCT Cell determines weapon/target pairing for given TCT Get approval from JCB, JAG, and Coalition Through new automated approaches such as OBMS and MBMS, TCT cell generates a divert alert to shooters and publishes the COA to the JTF.JFACC.ABM topic Operational Battle Management System

Mission Battle Management System 32 UNCLASSIFIED Strike Planning Today with SPF Enterprise Service Bus PTW GCCS-M ADMACS (Imagery, PGM weaponeering info) (Intel, Track Data, USMTF, METOC) (A/C Availability, Divert info) TAMPS (TACAIR/PGM Routes,) SIPRNET (Web-based information resources)

PFPS (TACAIR Routes, Maps, DAFIF) Offboard SPF Via SIPR, JCA IIEQT TEAMS (Imagery, Video) KEY Routes Automated Information Query (HARM Target Info, Routes) Other Workstations TOPSCENE (Mission Rehearsal) Information Digital Files (Briefs, Images, Video) SVDS SmartBoardsTM

30 Valued Information in Real Time (VIRT) Today While we talk about Net-centric operations in which Joint, coalition, ad hoc operations integrate seamlessly and share a common understanding, each operator gets all needed information, cycle times drastically reduced, and cooperating units self synchronizeand we posit that plentiful information & unlimited bandwidth will make it soactually, people dont make good decisions when they are time-stressed and overloaded with information Tomorrow We will synchronize groups by having them operate on semantically aligned and high-value information, we will determine what concepts operators missions depend on and make those standard, we will notice what beliefs underlie mission plans and COAs, we will automatically inform operators when data changes affect their beliefs and plan rationales, and we will create an open market for delivering valued information to users Idea: A Model-based Communication Network (MCN) State-Full vice State-Less Networking A shared world model is the goal

Maintain shared state among collaborators State = current values of models, e.g. The route plan, position, velocity of an aircraft The current and future position and behavior of a unit The hypothesized position, status and intention of a system Collectively, what the collaborators believe Distributed, replicated for efficiency Autonomously updated, through dead-reckoning Like a distributed blackboard of hypotheses Re-conceptualize Common Operational Picture Obviate communication of non-news Emphasize information, especially valuable information Examples Pilots need weather information Planning, Monitoring, Executing phases Mission phases: Take-off, En Route, Descent, Approach, Land Phase-specific risks Weather information affects risks Operator preferences alter risk assessment SEALS need weather information Similar to above, but phases: approach, swim, land, Weather affects risks, such as detection

The Helicopters Filtered World Model Filtered JOA World Model Forecast State Current State Expected State Egress Emergency Divert COAs Candidate Plans/Options Flig h t Pl ann ed R out e Summary: Infrastructure Evolution INNOVATION GLOBAL

SPECIALIZATION EMERGING MAINSTREAM Distributed Delivery Mobility Mobility XML Vocabularies XML Vocabularies EAI EAI Semantic Web Embedded Embedded Analytics Location- based services Dashboards Web Web Services Services

Portals Orchestration Orchestration ERP ERP 2 Utility Utility Provisioning Provisioning Refresh Refresh Identity IdentityManagement Management Business & Market Optimization Agents Sensors & Optimisation Mesh Mesh Networks Networks Lifecycle Cost Management Agents

Real Time Enterprise Enterprise SupplyChain Chain Supply Automation Architecture Agents Consolidation Standardization Open Source Open Source Infrastructure Infrastructure Optimization Optimization Grid Agents Resource Virtualization Operational Automation Cautionsand conclusion It aint just hype, the potential is real, and the importance cannot be understated..

But .effective execution is hardknow your limitations, start small then scale fast Hurdles of culture, process and willingness to share information all must be overcomewith the right incentives The enemy gets a vote Its all about leadership and organizational commitment Q& A QUESTIONS ANSWERS

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