Confining the Operational Semantic Perspective Presented at NCOIC 2006 29 November 2006

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Net Centricity. Net Centricity: DoD is moving to a net-driven environment in which all components of the DoD can consistently share data, bringing about emotional upgrades in battle force and choice predominance.. Operational Perspectives:How would we be able to influence existing and developing advancements to help operational issues like Maritime Security

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Undertaking Data Group Framing the Operational Semantic Perspective Presented at NCOIC 2006 29 November 2006 Paul Shaw Navy Command and Control Functional Data Manager paul.shaw@navy.mil Statement An: Approved for open discharge; dissemination is boundless (28 November 2006)

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Net Centricity Net Centricity: DoD is moving to a net-driven condition in which all components of the DoD can consistently share data, bringing about sensational changes in battle power and choice predominance. Operational Perspectives: How would we be able to use existing and developing advances to help operational issues like Maritime Security & other National Security Objectives What are the advantages and confinements of our diverse innovations, norms, & procedures Can our data sharing change envelop our legacy, new, & arranged frameworks Can we accomplish basic properties of adaptability, flexibility, and versatility

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Maritime security reaction and counterterrorism operations Maritime block operations Prevention and recognition of, and reaction to, mining of U.S. ports Detection, ban and demeanor of focused payload, individuals, and vessels Attacks on vessels with U. S. natives on board or that impact U. S. interests anyplace on the planet Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) … Maximizing familiarity with security issues in the sea area so as to bolster U. S. compels and enhance United States Government activities because of distinguished dangers ( NSPD 41, p. 2)* … It is important that the United States build up an upgraded ability to recognize dangers to the oceanic area as right on time and as far off from our shores as would be prudent. ( NSPD-41 , p.5)* An Operational Problem - Maritime Security * National Security Presidential Directive NSPD-41 Homeland Security Presidential Directive HSPD-13, The White House, December 21, 2004

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Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) is viable comprehension of anything related with the worldwide oceanic space that could affect the security, wellbeing, economy, or condition of the United States … Understanding the Complexity On-request Data Access Understanding of anything related with worldwide area Managing Uncertainty Threat versus Capacity Based Response Plan Cross Agency & Community Integration No settled Core Data Structure (information or procedures) to use Data Strategy Requirement NSPD 41/HSPD 13 NSPD 41/HSPD 13 Maritime Security Policy Maritime International Transportation Security Transportation Security Outreach National Strategy National Strategy for Maritime Security Maritime Security Maritime ASD(HD) & DHS Leads ASD(HD) & DHS Leads Infrastructure Recovery Domestic Outreach Review Team (JS/J5) Review Team (JS/J5) Maritime Commerce Security Global Maritime Intelligence Operational Domain Awareness Integration Threat Response Goal: Improve our capacity to gather, combine, break down, show, and spread noteworthy data and knowledge to the operational administrator.

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as such: Right information, ideal place, perfect time, constantly. Right Data: Interoperable Trusted Understandable Available Visible Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) is successful comprehension of anything related with the worldwide oceanic area that could affect the security, wellbeing, economy, or condition of the United States ( NSPD-41 , p. 5)… . It will be accomplished by enhancing our capacity to gather, intertwine, investigate, show, and scatter significant data and knowledge to operational administrators. On-request Data Requirement

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Hierarchy of Data Needs Responsive Semantic interoperable, which means, M2M, and so forth Interoperable Value confided in, definitive, exact, significant, responsive, auspicious, and so forth Trusted Operational culmination, reasonable, usable, quickness, and so on Understandable Security proprietorship, protection, secure, part, limits, steadiness, and so on Available Physical and Logical prerequisite, accessibility, open, discoverable, and so on. Unmistakable **Modified from Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs (unique five-organize demonstrate)

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External Intel Processing Center Database Network HUMINT External Sensor Cue Network stack Terrorist Alert Ontology Weather Processing Center Cue Weather caution MDP Sensor Type Detection information Ontology Processing Center Fusion Center C2 Node Ontology Manifest Ontology Commands Detects Cargo Owners Crew Registry Deck arranges Previous ports of call Develops Anomaly Infers Responder Type Position Intercept point Intercept time Range Capabilities Ship Track Ship Triggers Track # Position Heading Speed Update Position Heading Speed ID Alert Engages Sample Net Centric Concept for Maritime Security

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Our Desired End State Net Centric Interoperability Publish and Subscribe Dynamic Information Sharing Presentation Layer User Defined Relationships Semantic Layer Publish & Subscribe Services Data Sources from either Sensors or Systems – Dynamic Configurations

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