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Trident Warrior 10
Technology Summary




24 March 2010






Provide Comments to Brad Poeltler


619 972
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bpoeltler@poeltler.com



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Contents

Trident Warrior 10 Overview

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Trident Warrior 10 Team

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Trident Warrior 10 Technology Sponsors

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Detailed Technology De
scriptions
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Networks

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Directional Network Waveform (DNW) Concept

PEO C4I, PMW/A 170

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ISNS Next Generation Technology (NGT)

PMW 160

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Afloat to Shore Incident Mngmt


PMW 160
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ADNS LoS Tactcal E
dge Networking (ALTEN)

PMW 160

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Fleet Wireless PDA

PMW 160
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UHF Monitoring/Geolocation


SSC Pacific

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NXPowerLite

Neuxpower Solutions Ltd
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Expeditionary Satellite Communications


Segovia
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Enha
nced Full Motion Video

Harris Corp

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Wide Area Network (WAN) Optimization for the Fleet.

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AUSCANNZUKUS
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High Data Rate Sub
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Net Relay (HDR SNR)

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Airborne SNR

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XCOP Meshed

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Voice Over SNR

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High Capacity Data Radio (HCDR)

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Policy Based Traffic Manager (PBTM)

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CCG Restoral
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Spatially Aware Wireless Network (SPAWN)

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Computer

Network Defence (CND) CONOPS
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Sametime/JChat Gateway

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Referentia LiveAction

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Information Operations

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Surface Observations in the Littoral

NNWC
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NIOC Norfolk

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Single ship Integrated hardkill

and sofkill Tactics in ASMD

NNWC/NIOC
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IONAS (Information Operations Networked Airborne Sensor) Pod

PEO C4I PMW
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120

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Distance

Support
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KOV
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26 Talon Wireless Module

PMW 160

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Engineering Systems Database System / Advanced Readiness Management System

Nav
al Surface Warfare
Center Port Hueneme

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LMAIS BCS Release .02

NAVSEA PMS 500, NAVSEA PMS 420

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Tactical, Deployable, Portable Ele
ctronic Maintenance Aid (PEMA) Case (TDPC)

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Integrate Diagnostic & Logistic System (ICAS) Diagnostic
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NAVAIR Standard Interactiv
e Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) Viewer (NSIV) Change Package
Distribution

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JTDI Joint Knowledge Caching Server (JKCS) 5.0 NAVAIR 6.8
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Information Transport
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End
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to
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End Command and Control Official Information Exchange (C2 OIE)

PMW
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790

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Improved Nav
igation in a GPS Denied (Sat Restricted) Environment


PEO IWS 6.0

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Improved Submarine Navigation via Conceptual Integrated Nav Architecture


PEO IWS 6.0

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Network Mngmt for Afloat Wireless

PMW 160

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SEALANCET


Harris Corp

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Secure Interoperable Data I
nterchange (SIDI) NuParadigm Government Systems, Inc.

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Command / Control

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ASW C2 Tools (XCOP/OTM, CFn, Mako Chat0 PMW
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150

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NETOPS COP PMW 790

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ISNS Next Generation Technology (NGT) SOA Services

PMW 160
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Special Operations Forces Deployed Unmanned Air Launch Vehicle

NSWG
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3

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Submarine Launched UAS COMSUBPAC
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TDL IP Integration (TIPI) SSC PAC
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Theater Medical Improvement Program


Maritime (TMIP
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M)

BUMED
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COP Measure of Effect
iveness

NRL
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Fires

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Defense Collaboration Tool Set (DCTS)
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C
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REA

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IO JMEM CNA COA USSTRATCOM J863
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CREAPER
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IO JMEM EA Assessments USSTRATCOM J865

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Company Landing Team C2
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to
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ISR To
olset


Office of Naval Research
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RADAR Vulnerability TDA PEO SUBS PMS 435

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TAPA Troposcatter ESM Capability ONR, NR
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LINK
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16 SMALL TACTICAL TERMINAL (STT) for SMALL BOATS ViaSat, Inc

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Weapons Characteristics Manual (WCM) STRATCOM
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ISR

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Battlefield Airborne Communications Node [BACN] Intra
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flight Data Link [IFDL] Subsystem (BIS)
PACOM/C3F
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DCGS
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N / LSRS Integration

PMW
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120

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DCGS
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N / NCCT Integration

PMW
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120
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DCGS
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N / TUAV I
ntegration

PMW
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120

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Situational Awareness Utilizing Reported of National Systems Data
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SAURON 11172

NRO
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Deep Lightning Bolt (
DLB)
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11179


NRO

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Joint Multi
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Mission Electro
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Optic System (JMMES)

NPS, NAVAIR Code 456
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Small Boat Detection and Tracking
National Reconnaissance Office

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GET MAD National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

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SSGN Launched Large Diameter Undersea Unmanned

Vehicle (UUV)

CNO N87 / PMS 403/ UUV Advanced
Development Team

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Finding NEMO USCG

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Maritime Domain Awareness

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Joint Expeditionary Command and Control (JEC3)

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC)

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Autonomous Maritime Navigation (AMN)


NSWC Carderoc
k
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Asia Pacific Area Network (APAN) PACOM

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Universal Core (UCore) DON CIO
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Maritime Visualization Services (MVS) NGA

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Multi
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Link System Test and Training Tool


Deployable (MLST3
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D) SSC
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Pacific
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MDA Policy (International, Interagency, Industry) OPNAV/USFF/CPF

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MDA Information Sharing OPNAV/USFF/CPF
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Fleet MDA CONOPs (Rev A) Validation USFF/NNWC
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Trident Warrior Lab Based (Fall)

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Deployable CyberSecurity Solution
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IBM

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Secure Cross
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Domain Information Discovery and Access
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IBM
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Secure Cloud Computing
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Dataline
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Optical LAN Solution (OLS)
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Verizon
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Trident Warrior Lab Based (Spring)

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SCI Networks & SCI ENM
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PMW 160
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Net
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Centric Data Transport Services
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NMOC
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COP MOE Tool
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NRL

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Secure interoperable Data Interchange
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NuParadigm Government Systems

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SLATE


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Pacific Science Corp
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STK


PMW 790

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Trident Warrior 10 Overview

TW 10 will be conducted this June / July ashore at commands in the San Diego and Hawaiian area and at
sea on ships in the SOCAL and Hawaiian operations area. The ashore commands inc
lude over 14 nodes including
C3F HQ,
NCTAMSPAC and PRNOC. It will feature a global network of maritime headquarters among U.S. and
multi
-
national partners and the products of the experiment will contribute to doctrine and TTP developments.
TW
10 is plann
ed and conducted by a well seasoned, experienced and expert planning staff

from
United States Fleet
Forces Command

(FFC), Space
Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
, C3F
and the Naval Postgraduate
School with specific skills in experiment design and oper
ational planning. “The level of experience and expertise
that everyone brings to Trident Warrior each year just keeps getting better and better,” said VADM Starling

NNWC
.
“When you bring people of this caliber together in a venue such as this, you’re ac
tually saving valuable time when
assessing these technologies and processes. When looking at the big picture, this allows us to move these
capabilities to the warfighter much sooner.”

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Trident Warrior 10 Team







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Trident Warrior 10 Technolo
gy Sponsors

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Trident Warrior 10 Process

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Trident Warrior 10 Schedule











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Detailed Technology Descriptions




Networks


Directional Network Waveform (DNW
)

Concept

PEO C4I, PMW/A 170



Directional Network Waveform (DNW) is an ad hoc, dynamic, wideb
and communications network that is IP
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and
TDMA
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based, features fast
-
switching directional antenna technology and designed to transport ISR data, non
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traditional ISR (including C2) communications, and backbone network traffic that would normally be transfe
rred
over satellite commu
nications.

ISNS Next Generation Technology (NGT)

PMW 160


Deploy ISNS NGT CCE infrastructure and services to support experiment applications for GENSER and UNCLAS
enclaves and internal Wireless infrastructure on two shipboard platf
orms. NGT will also test the ability to host
multiple servers in a virtual environment through a single server. Also, Afloat Core Services v1.1 (beta) will be
deployed afloat on a shipboard platform for use by Trident Warrior ’10 technologies wanting to e
xamine early
integration with Pre
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CANES SOA capabilities

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Afloat to Shore Incident Mngmt


PMW 160


The incident
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management solution detects the occurrence of events in the Afloat Information Environment (AIE).
Events are deviations from normal operation con
ditions for components, applications, devices, or services. Event
management includes detecting the occurrence of the event, monitoring the progression of operator activities to
correct the event, and observing the restoration of

to normal operating condit
ions

ADNS LoS Tactcal Edge Networking (ALTEN)

PMW 160


Demonstrate initial capability for ADNS to support highly disruptive, high bandwidth, multimember LoS networks
in a satellite denied environment. Provide intra/inter battle group LoS network to elimina
te the dependence on
SATCOM communication and enhance transport and routing te
chniques, unique to LoS links.

Fleet Wireless PDA
PMW 160


PDA technology will be used to enhance the current shipboard HYDRA PBX. It will allow the user of a PDA to use
that sa
me handheld to place, and receive calls that traditionally keep the user bound to the office desk. The overall
show of technology will allow the user to be reached from anywhere, no restrictions. The Bluetooth readers will
allow Blackberry users to sign an
d encrypt e
-
mail messages.

UHF Monitoring/Geolocation


SSC Pacific


A UHF SATCOM Monitoring system that can detect, characterize, archive and report UHF statistics including
Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI), for better s
atellite frequency allocation..

NXPowerLite

Neuxpower Solutions Ltd


NXPowerLite Desktop Edition is currently in the US Navy DADMS database. The File Server Edition has not yet
been submitted for inclusion. NXPowerLite File Server Edition is an application that uses NXPowerLite file
op
timization technology to recursively search through a configurable set of directories, optimizing Microsoft Office
files and replacing the original files with optimized versions.

Expeditionary Satellite Communications


Segovia


The Segovia “Black and Red K
it” provides remote users with unified communications that includes voice, data, and
video services over wired and satellite networks. The kit is a compact, lightweight, and modular system designed for
rapid connectivity to support remote users over secure

and non
-
secure en
vironments.

Enhanced Full Motion Video

Harris Corp


Harris Media Collaborator gives multiple users (e.g. the airborne analyst sensor operator, exploitation analyst, the
commander and the shooter) the ability to collaborate on streaming or

static video feeds under constrained transport
mediums. This initiative will disseminate video to multiple clients including disadvantaged users via advanced
compression and
delivery software applications.

Wide Area Network (WAN) Optimization for the Flee
t.


Network topology monitoring, link performance validation and WAN optimization appliances are needed to
enhance Fleet communications. This effort proposes to utilize an existing Route Explorer to determine the network
topology. An IXIA Chariot console l
ocated in PRNOC and Chariot endpoints located on afloat workstations will be
used to validate link performance upon establishment. WAN optimization appliances will be installed at PRNOC
and on three ships to enhance network communications.

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AUSCANNZUKU
S


High Data Rate Sub
-
Net Relay (HDR SNR)

Using the 70 MHz IF interface found on Military UHF radios, HDR SNR modem allows an increase in the RF
channel size in order to provide additional network bandwidth as compared to baseline SNR (64kbps). Higher
cap
acity modem provides data burst rates of 384kbps up to 1.5 Mbps.

Airborne SNR

By providing a HDR SNR node at the air field and on board a Maritime Patrol aircraft, the aircraft will be able to
join the CENTRIXS network while on the ground; preparing for it
s mission. Situational awareness is provided by
using the same applications as the Task group (TG). Delays (ramp snags) can be passed immediately from the air
crew to the TG via chat, as well as providing near real time tactical information exchanges whi
le the aircraft is
enroute to the support area. Once on station, the aircraft can automatically extend the range of the LOS network due
to her height of eye. In a littoral environment, the aircraft's ability to automatically bridge the network from the s
ea
to the shore will be tested.

XCOP Meshed

Testing will focus on the ability of Current Operational Picture (COP) information to be exchanged within the LOS
task group when working in both Satellite Restricted and Denied environments. The XCOP applicatio
n will be
configured so that minimal to no operator intervention will be needed when moving through these environments.
This experiment will help to prove the robustness of the XCOP application in the at sea environment when
networking access to the shore

is restricted and/or denied.

Voice Over SNR

Explore multiple options for carrying voice over UHF LOS networks: CISCO VoIP, Sametime VoIP and Rockwell
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Collins SNR Voice.

High Capacity Data Radio (HCDR)

A network
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capable radio that can operate using 3x 125k
Hz UHF channels, or 3x 4MHz channels, providing an ad
hoc LOS network capability.

Policy Based Traffic Manager (PBTM)

Provides the capability for changing and policing networking policies in a dynamic maritime environment using a
sailor friendly interface.

Changes in multi
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topology routing and application path prioritization can be made without
giving the end user direct access to routers; thereby reducing the threat of accidental corruption of routing tables
while increasing the flexibility of the network

to be reconfigured in reaction to the tactical needs of the maritime
task units.

CCG Restoral

The ability to restore tracks that have been deleted using C2PC.

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Spatially Aware Wireless Network (SPAWN)

Combines lightweight, low cost phased array antenna tec
hnology with COTS network radios to provide a broadband
LOS tactical mobile ad hoc network.

Computer Network Defence (CND) CONOPS

CENTRIXS
-
M
-
SOP CND v1.1 assists in establishing allied standards, computer security incident response
relationships, a framewo
rk for handling incidents efficiently and effectively, and seeks to bridge any procedural gaps
between nations

Sametime/JChat Gateway

Gateway bridges Sametime/Persistent Chat users with those using the NATO J
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Chat server implementation.

Referentia LiveActi
on

Provides enhanced situational awareness of network health and enhanced network management






Information Operations


Surface Observations in the Littoral

NNWC
-

NIOC Norfolk


Real time near
-
surface weather observations that would support EW operatio
ns are non
-
existent in the littoral
regions. This is particularly true in denied access areas. EW mission planning and tasking would benefit with
accurate, timely surface meteorological observations from sensors placed between the EW unit and the beach. Th
is
would enhance EW mission planning using an EA visualization tool such as Builder prior to the mission.

Single ship Integrated hardkill and sofkill Tactics in ASMD

NNWC/NIOC


Conduct an ASMD exercise to validate the hardkill and softkill integrat
ion r
equirements identified in T
acmemo 3
-
01
-
07 Single ship integrated hardkill and softkill tactics in ASMD (Apr 2007).

IONAS (Information Operations Networked Airborne Sensor) Pod

PEO C4I PMW
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120

IONAS is a pod configured sensor system compatible with the Host
ile Forces Integrated Targeting Service (HITS)
architecture. IONAS will fly on CVSG aircraft while being remotely operated by sensor operators on the CVN.
IONAS will integrate in with other sensors resident in different domains on other networks providi
ng a cross
-
domain capability to improve sensor performance, geometry, and horizon extension. Due to long lead time
installation, field change, system configuration, and embarked aircraft type issues, USS Abraham Lincoln is the
candidate platform for IONAS
TW10 experimentation.




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Distance Support


K
OV
-
26 Talon
Wireless Module

PMW 160


The KOV
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26
secure internet
-
protocol (IP) data transmissions, and have been certified by the National Security
Agency (NSA) for Type 1 communications. The Talon PCMCIA
-
form
-
fa
ctor encryptor secure a user’s data, up to a
level of top secret/sensitive compartmented information (TS/SCI) using a protocol compatible with the high
-
assurance IP encryption interoperability specification (HAIPE IS).

Engineering Systems Database System /

Advanced Readiness Management System

Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme

Information will be retrieved from shipboard combat systems . The retrieved information will be correlated with
information from authoritative shore databases. The resulting

analysis will be used to determine system readiness
and predicted state of operations. A dashboard will display engineering analysis of systems data.

LMAIS BCS Release .02

NAVSEA PMS 500, NAVSEA PMS 420


Provides Seaframe, Mission Module (MM), and Naval A
ir Station Aviation Detachment (AvDET) support
capabilities that are combined into a single supply solution for Littoral Combat Ships. Facilitates moving workload
ashore, supports the Navy’s vision of reduced footprint afloat, semi
-
automates supply process
, and provides a
streamlined supply solution. Latest software version (Release .02) includes new handheld barcode scanner and OS,
OOMA
-
DET/BCS interface, and IUID.

Tactical, Deployable, Portable Electronic Maintenance Aid (PEMA) Case (TDPC)

Self
-
contained
unit that includes a wireless capability. The purpose of the TDPC is to provide a means for the
aircraft maintainer’s electronic publications to be updated and also allow for plane
-
side electronic tech
-
manual
access and update.

Integrate Diagnostic & Logis
tic System (ICAS) Diagnostic

Automates the analysis of machinery health and auto
-
generates work action requests.

NAVAIR Standard Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) Viewer (NSIV) Change
Package Distribution

NAVAIR Standard Interactive Electronic

Technical Manual (IETM) Viewer (NSIV) is a web based electronic
viewer for technical, supply, and maintenance data to support aircraft operations in a Automated Logistics
Environments (ALE). NSIV provides a common navigation system and accommodates IETMs
with varying levels
of functionality in accordance with the “common look and feel” guidelines in NAVAIRINST 4120.11 and S1000D
standardization. NSIV utilizes JTDI as the transport mechanism for IETM Change Package deliveries

JTDI Joint Knowledge Caching Se
rver (JKCS) 5.0 NAVAIR 6.8

JKCS is a bi
-
directional Delivery Management System that automatically delivers technical, supply, and
maintenance data to organizations ashore, afloat, in garrison and tactically deployed. JKCS allows users to obtain
technica
l data on specific weapons systems, to report back Condition Based and related Maintenance data, and to
coordinate repair activities with subject matter experts across the globe.

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Information Transport





End
-
to
-
End Command and Control Official Informati
on Exchange (C2 OIE)

PMW
-
790

Testing the C2 OIE capability, this initiative will enable C2 official information exchange with platforms
participating in the exercise by using a primary IP path (e.g. ADNS) and alternate paths including but not limited to
CUDIXS, Fleet Broadcast and GBS. This initiative will provide the capability to forward official information via
media independent processes to include situations of IP denies. The C2 OIE shore component will consist of a
Centralized Processing Center (CP
C) installed at a NCTAMS and will provide the capability to automatically
reroute information to alternate paths, thereby providing a secure, reliable and persistent capability to exchange
official information for platforms participating in the exercise in
cluding embarked USMC units and Submarines.
The shore C2 OIE CPC installed for the exercise will be a scaled
-
down version of the planned full shore C2 OIE
CPC that will service and entire AOR; however, identical software will be employed to ensure that all

functionality
can be exercised.

Improved Navigation in a GPS Denied (Sat Restricted) Environment

PEO IWS 6.0


True bearing transmitter (TBT) will be installed on PORT and STBD bridge wing gyro repeaters to improve the
reliability and accuracy of manual
Single lines of position. The TBT’s will feed electronic LOP's to a laptop.
Running Enhanced Navigation software and record LOP’s and improve navigational situational awareness.

Improved Submarine Navigation via Conceptual Integrated Nav Architecture


PE
O
IWS 6.0

This initiative will host Integrated Navigation Processing (INP) algorithms and state
-
of
-
the
-
art bathymetric
navigation compensation to provide improved navigation solutions. These applications/capabilities will be hosted in
a LINUX laptop interf
aced to the Enhanced Control Display Unit (ECDU), part of the Ring Laser Gyro Navigation
(RLGN) AN/WSN
-
7A system. Initiative will compare accuracy of Bathymetric Navigational Position. GPS fixes
will be utilized as the standard for comparison

Network Mngmt

for Afloat Wireless

PMW 160


Provide a means to monitor and control internal shipboard wireless assets. Evaluate effective methods of displaying
system status to improve overall situational awareness of network health and performance. Assess the impact

of
network visibility data collection and transmission on network performance.

SEALANCET


Harris Corp


The Sea Lancet communication system, operating in the SELACK Point
-
to
-
Multipoint mode, will be installed on
two ships and shore sites. The communic
ation system will be used to send IP traffic between nodes to prove
interoperability across platforms/services in a satellite denied environment scenario. This initiative will participate in
the Open Ocean Transit and Local Operations Area San Diego. Shipb
oard installations will connect to ADNS for
routing of data to/from the GIG and stand alone networks.

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Secure Interoperable Data Interchange (SIDI) NuParadigm Government Systems, Inc.

Secure Interoperable Data Interchange (SIDI) is a Java based techn
ology which seamlessly integrates to existing
infrastructure to allow data objects to be securely and reliably transmitted across any network regardless of
connectivity, bandwidth or latency challenges. SIDI provides both an Interface framework for applica
tions to
seamlessly incorporate SIDI’s data transmission capability into their processing stream, and a Graphical User
Interface that allows users to directly access these same capabilities to send data files of any type or size directly to
specified recip
ients through other SIDI servers distributed across the network. SIDI will demonstrate its ability to, in
a secure manner, improve the reliability and capacity of data transfers between ship and shore for field application
processes and for field operators
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Command / Control


ASW C2 Tools (XCOP/OTM, CFn, Mako Chat
0
PMW
-
150


Comprised of a number of service
-
based tools, including Extensible Common Operational Picture (XCOP)/Open
Track Manager (OTM), Composeable FORCEnet (CFn), Water Space Manageme
nt (WSM), and Mako Chat to be
used in ASW missions. Enables the rapid development and distribution of ASW and WSM plans by eliminating
manual methods.

These tools provide a new approach to COP synchronization across echelons of command. This
includes sy
nchronizing track data (XCOP through "Zone Export") and other elements of situational awareness (CFn
through "Shared Views" and "Map Collaboration") in a more collaborative environment, in which COP objects are
fully integrated with text Chat (Mako Chat d
rag and drop). This federation of CFn servers should provide for much
greater scalability, allowing for many more users to participate in collaborative sessions.

NETOPS COP


PMW 790











The Tactical Switching ENMS system located at PRNOC will

provide access to its new NetOps COP visualization
tool through its web portal. The NetOps COP will combine both IT
-
21 ship and shore network situational awareness
information into one common picture so Fleet IT service providers located at RNOSC West, NI
OC HI and NCDOC
can collaborate to resolve incidents to support COMPACFLT mission objectives.

ISNS Next Generation Technology (NGT) SOA Services

PMW 160


Provide ISNS NGT SOA Core Services to support experiment applications on the GENSER enclave; in partic
ular
support C2 capability provided on Force Level ship. The Afloat Core Services (ACS) SOA stack will be exercised
with simulated client loads both afloat and from ashore. AMQP messaging analysis, Ozone widget framework,
metadata catalog and hard token
security including accessing OCSP CRL services will be examined. Connectivity to
DCGS
-
N and NCVI is planned. PMW
-
160 is deploying ISNS NGT SOA to further the Consolidated Afloat
Network and Enterprise Services (CANES) mission.

Special Operations Forces D
eployed Unmanned Air Launch Vehicle

NSWG
-
3


Provide increased situational awareness of littoral areas, to the Special Forces war fighter. This is done through
Special Forces swimmer deploying the UAV, and using the gathered intelligence in decision making

in a battlefield
environment.

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Submarine Launched UAS COMSUBPAC







A canister submarine
-
submerged deployed UAS, transitions to flight on breaching and leaving the canister. Provides
OTH
-
T information for use in ISR and ASuW operations.
A caniste
r submarine
-
submerged deployed UAV,
transitions to flight on breaching and leaving the canister. UAV controlled by submarine personnel for ISR and
OTH
-
T.

TDL IP Integration (TIPI) SSC PAC








Uses standard internet protocols (Mobile IP and Domain N
ame Service) to integrate TDL with the ADNS global IP
network. Evaluate a dynamic network interface to TDL networks, based on COTS hardware and software that
allows ADNS near real
-
time reaction to a changing tactical environment.

Theater Medical Improvemen
t Program


Maritime (TMIP
-
M)

BUMED



The medical component of the GCCS/GCSS. A set of medical information applications used to provide automated
information management support in a theater environment.

COP Measure of Effectiveness

NRL









COP MOE, Com
mon Operational Picture Measure Of Effectiveness, is an application that functions within C4ITTS
that pulls GCCS server data for a defined data collection interval. The technology performs comparisons of GCCS
data and ONI data, provides reports of the GCCS
/ONI comparisons, and performs situational awareness calculations
and reports for a High Value Unit.







Fires





Defense Collaboration Tool Set (DCTS)

A tactical communications suite offering OTM/OTH/BLOS capabilities which provides both tactical voice

and
narrow band data to disadvantaged users. This technology is leveraged off of the Iridium based satellite
infrastructure.

C
-
REA
-

IO JMEM CNA COA USSTRATCOM J863

Evaluate C
-
REA's ability to streamline COA development for non
-
kinetic strike.

C
REAPER
-

IO JMEM EA Assessments USSTRATCOM J865

Evaluate NRAT as a high level analytical tool to assess risk to operations resulting from attacks on information
systems.

Company Landing Team C2
-
to
-
ISR Toolset


Office of Naval Research


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Under the au
spices of the ONR Large Tactical Sensor Network program and related programs, a variety of S&T
efforts have been funded to enable the flow of actionable information and intelligence between the C2 and ISR
domains. This consequently enables decentralized d
ecision making consistent with commanders intent across the
full spectrum of conflict. It further provides capabilities to support the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab's Company
Landing Team (COLT) concept. The goal of this initiative is to bring these capabil
ities to bear to allow them to be
evaluated vis a vis their benefit to the amphibious tactical Marine decision maker.

RADAR Vulnerability TDA PEO SUBS PMS 435


"To evaluate the operational utility of providing the fleet with a RADAR Vulnerability Tac
tical Decision Aid that
will determine the platforms vulnerability to threat RADARs in NRT. Determine the utility of RADAR
vulnerability TDA as a RF Mission planning tool set in support of Information Operations. Install and configure 3
separate TDAs
(BUILDER, AST, & NITES) into a server configuration, develop TEMPALT, install and evaluate
utility of TDA. The experiment will require a real world RF environment of threat radars (lab testing has already
been completed)."

TAPA Troposcatter ESM Capability

ONR, NRL

Investigate ESM capability to detect and ID ship radars over the horizon (OTH) to provide experimental data
demonstrating possible ship radar vulnerabilities.

LINK
-
16 SMALL TACTICAL TERMINAL (STT) for SMALL BOATS ViaSat, Inc

ViaSat propos
es the demonstration of a Link
-
16 network providing situational awareness for two small boats
configured with Small Tactical Terminals (STT) and a shore node equipped with a MIDS LVT
-
2 terminal in a
littoral or riverine environment. The Small Tactical Ter
minal is a low volume, low cost, single channel, data
terminal covering both Link 16 and UHF LOS
.

Weapons Characteristics Manual (WCM)

STRATCOM

The Weapons Characteristics Manual (WCM) is a web
-
based application used to identify Network Attack (NA)
w
eapons, capabilities, tactics, or tools. The user identifies the intended target and desired effect/function. Once those
are selected the application will identify possible weapons, capabilities, tactics, or tools that could achieve the
selected effect aga
inst the target.






ISR



Battlefield Airborne Communications Node [BACN] Intra
-
flight Data Link [IFDL]
Subsystem (BIS) PACOM/C3F


The BACN Intra Fighter Data Link Subystem (BIS) is a Low Probability of Detect/Low Probability of Intercept
(LPD/LPI) commu
nications system that supports data exchange between the F
-
22s Intra
-
Flight Data Link and
various Link 16 air/ground participants. BIS was developed as a risk reduction effort for the Objective Gateway
(OG) initiative in response to a Warfighter requiremen
t to share F
-
22 advanced sensor information with
conventional fighters and operations centers. The BACN IFDL Subystem (BIS) translates F
-
22 aircraft data to Link
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16 participants like 4th generation fighter aircrafts. BIS simultaneously routes the translate
d IFDL message over IP
-
based networks for distribution and viewing at distant
-
end C2 centers. BIS is a small, self
-
contained form
-
factor that
can reside in a number of different environments, leverages existing F
-
22 hardware, and supplements F
-
22 software
with CNI Platform Interface Controller (CNIC) for re
-
grading of data from SAP/SAR to coalition.

DCGS
-
N / LSRS Integration

PMW
-
120


LSRS platforms (P
-
3) are capable of persistent surveillance of littoral regions and tracking moving targets in those
regions
. An ONR proposal has been submitted to integrate and test delivery of LSRS data to DCGS
-
N system via
Common Data Link (CDL) in near
-
real time for synthetic aperture radar (SAR) spot imagery and ground moving
target indicator (GMTI) data in real
-
time. This

capability would support future amphibious and sea strike operations
through coordinated persistent surveillance, precision targeting from SAR imagery, and tracking of moving targets
in real
-
time.

DCGS
-
N / NCCT Integration

PMW
-
120


NCCT platforms (P
-
3, U
-
2, RC
-
135, E
-
8A) are capable of sending moving target indicator (MTI) data to a shared
network for fusion in a ground (perhaps afloat) DCGS. An ONR proposal has been submitted to test delivery of
ground moving target indicator (GMTI) data in to an NCCT net
work in real
-
time to DCGS
-
N systems (on land)
during a multi
-
aircraft experiment. This capability would support joint target tracking and strike operations through
coordinated persistent surveillance and tracking of moving targets in real
-
time. NCCT techno
logy has been
mandated for future DCGS deployments.

DCGS
-
N / TUAV Integration

PMW
-
120

Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (TUAV) can provide a wide range of sensor data in support of Naval
operations. For the most part, this data is currently inaccessible f
or exploitation in traditional intelligence analysis
centers. A PMW
-
120 proposal to determine if components of DCGS
-
N’s I3 application layer can exploit streaming
TUAV EO/IR and geopositioning data and push secondary information products to the DCGS Enter
prise Node
(DEN) where they can be discovered, accessed and exploited by other DIB configured enterprise nodes. This
experiment will build on the FORCENet concept capability of providing reliable, accurate, and timely location,
identity, tracking, and enga
gement information on environmental, neutral, and hostile elements, activities, events,
sites, platforms, and individuals.

Situational Awareness Utilizing Reported of National Systems Data
-

SAURON 11172

NRO

SAURON will be employed on board LSRS aircraft
to help the crew identify to the aircraft by automatically fusing
and displaying IADS data collected by National Technical Means. The increased SA provided by SAURON will
enable the mission commander to remain outside the threat envelope. The capability
will also allow LSRS sensor
operators to visualize the location of the onboard sensor relative to known threats identified by NTM.

Deep Lightning Bolt (DLB)
-

11179


NRO


DLB is seeking to validate the capabilities provided by the system. While the capabil
ity has been tested in the lab, it
has not had the chance to prove the ability to ingest shipboard data at sea. The DLB team would like to build an
understanding of how operator's view the capability and learn what enhancements they feel are important.


J
oint Multi
-
Mission Electro
-
Optic System (JMMES)

NPS, NAVAIR Code 456



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Evaluate JMMES and its procedures in providing an acceptable degree of tactical situational awareness in a net
-
centric environment.. (2) Evaluate JMMES surveillance collection tools

and processes used to support operational
level decision makers (3) JMMES can be managed operationally to provide support to operational level decision
makers.

Small Boat Detection and Tracking National Reconnaissance Office

Small Crafts Utilized for Il
licit Drug Smuggling, Migrant Trafficking, and Pirate Activities are Difficult to Detect
with Ship
-
Based Sensors



Passive over
-
the
-
horizon detection and tracking desirable



“See without being seen”



Exploit sensor and signal processing performance gains


GET
MAD National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)

Ground Exploitation Technologies for Multi
-
INT Automated Detection (GET MAD) will integrate new multi
-
INT
National systems with Tactical systems to provide a common operating picture.

SSGN Launched
Large Diamete
r Undersea Unmanned Vehicle (
UUV)

CNO N87 /
PMS 403
/ UUV Advanced Development Team

Demonstrate UUV ability to gain access for detection and direction finding of low power transmitters. Show utility
of simultaneous collection of data from both ISR UUV and a

submarine. Submerged launch and recovery of a large
diameter Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (LDUUV) from an SSGN to perform clandestine SIGINT surveys. Post
-
processing and quantified comparison of data to illustrate complimentary UUV and submarine capabilit
ies. A new
ISR capability that provides covert, persistent ISR monitoring and collection of signals, communications, and geo
-
location of emitters in previously denied areas. Provides interoperability between an autonomous LDUUV and
other ISR
-
capable platf
orms in a network
-
centric environment

Finding NEMO USCG

Using the "NEMO Operational Processor and Acoustic Surveillance System (NOPASS)", find NEMO for increased
warfighter situational awareness (SA) through integration of sensor data currently inaccess
ible by means of a user
driven, advanced data mining & visualization tool. Utilizing local, national and acoustic sensor inputs to identify
challenging dark targets using an SPSS (Self
-
Propelled Semi
-
Submersible) target, compare all
-
source fusion picture
for dark target location against ground truth data to find NEMO by means of the "NEMO Operational Processor and
Acoustic Surveillance System (NOPASS)"




Maritime Domain Awareness





Joint Expeditionary Command and Control (JEC3)

Navy Expeditionary Comba
t
Command (NECC)

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JEC3 is a net
-
enabling scalable, hardware
-
software solution that provides Joint Expeditionary C3 capability to
correlate and fuse multiple sensors, C2 systems, and tactical data links to provide a robust Common Operational
Picture (COP) f
or NECC units. JEC3 will incorporate a Radiant Mercury in the architecture to allow for sharing of
OTH Gold tracks between the unclassified and classified networks.

Autonomous Maritime Navigation (AMN)


NSWC Carderock

AMN is an Autonomous Unmanned Surface

Vessel that can be programmed to conduct reconnaissance and
surveillance tasks in support of MDA missions. Highly configurable, sensor arrangement on the platform can be
tailored to mission needs, and broadcast information can be re
-
channeled and redirect
ed to expand or restrict the
user audience based on situational requirements. During TW 10, AMN data will feed NECC’s JEC3 and allow for
viewing the unique data by the operational commander.

Asia Pacific Area Network (APAN) PACOM

APAN is a World Wi
de Web portal offering information resources and a collaborative planning environment as a
means to greater defense interaction, confidence
-
building, and enhanced security cooperation in the Asia
-
Pacific
Region. APAN is hosted by the Commander, U.S. Pacifi
c Command, Camp Smith, Hawaii. USPACOM will
establish and maintain an unclassified web
-
based information sharing and collaboration network as a means of
enhancing interoperability and multilateral cooperation in the Asia
-
Pacific.

Universal Core (UCore) D
ON CIO

UCore is a federal initiative that supports the National Information Sharing Strategy and all associated
Departmental/Agency strategies. UCore enables information sharing by defining an implementable specification
(XML schema) containing agreed upo
n representations for the most commonly shared and universally understood
concepts of Who, What, When, and Where.

Maritime Visualization Services (MVS) NGA

MVS uses Google Earth/Ocean for geospatial visualization in 4
-
D. The data sources include hi
-
res
olution imagery
and bathymetry, static data overlays for mission scenarios. MVS integrates national and tactical data feeds from
multiple systems to show operational missions in real
-
time. For TW 10, MVS will be used on SIPRNet and
NIPRnet. MVS integrat
es with DIB v1.3 and will include additional features to track dark ships and provide
intelligence reporting capabilities for TW 10.

Multi
-
Link System Test and Training Tool


Deployable (MLST3
-
D) SSC
-
Pacific

MLST3
-
D is man portable plug in pack used to

conduct interoperability testing and training on Link 16, 11A, 11B,
4A and 22; SAT
-
J, JREAP, NATO Link 1, by injecting synthetic track data into on
-
board systems. Distributed
Interactive Simulation (DIS) protocols enable participation by numerous platform
s in geographically distributed
exercises. The MLST3
-
D also records live link data for rapid playback and analysis.

MDA Policy (International, Interagency, Industry) OPNAV/USFF/CPF

Maritime Domain Awareness information sharing policy presents unique ch
allenges to all federal departments and
agencies due to the varied data/information types and sources. Adding to this complexity is that application of MDA
policy is highly region dependent and requires flexibilty to adapt to a broad range of theatre marit
ime security
environments. TW 10 will develop a MDA specific Delegation of Disclosure Letter for CPF to facilitate enhanced
MDA information sharing.

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MDA Information Sharing OPNAV/USFF/CPF

It is incumbent upon Navy to share the information and data it gath
ers as well as refined intelligence it produces
with partners. It is necessary that Navy and all MDA partners operating in a cooperative environment collect and
share data, information, and intelligence of historical, current, and future relevance. TW 10 w
ill develop information
sharing templates for internal (N2 to N3) and external (international/interagency partners) to enhance information
sharing in CPF and CPR 1.

Fleet MDA CONOPs (Rev A) Validation USFF/NNWC

The Fleet MDA CONOPS focuses on the operat
ional and tactical levels of war where organizations and
commanders at those levels plan and execute maritime missions across the Range of Military Operations (ROMO),
and all phases within each operation. TW 10 will contribute to the validation of Chapters

2 and 4 of the Fleet MDA
CONOPS V1.




Trident Warrior Lab Based (Fall)


Deployable CyberSecurity Solution
-

IBM

This solution collects vulnerabilities and attacks from a variety of sensors, then normalizes, evaluates, and prioritizes
the items. IBM Vi
rtual Intrusion Prevention System allows the Navy to protect its virtual machines as well as
reduce its footprint and support costs. As a software solution, it allows full
-
in line blocking capability as well as
passive IDS to mitigate intrusion at the hyp
ervisor level. IBM Proventia Multi
-
Function System is a unified threat
management appliance that combines firewall/VPN, IPS, anti
-
virus, anti
-
spam, web/URL filtering and application
protection into a single high
-
performance device. It includes network
-
le
vel vulnerability protection using its
patented Virtual Patch technology as well as its proactive behavioral antivirus, Virus Prevention System that can
block more than 93 percent of malicious files without a virus signature update.

Secure Cross
-
Domain Inf
ormation Discovery and Access
-

IBM



Demonstrate a
classification marking tool

that can work for both MSP
-
based and DITA
-
based XML
documents



Demonstrate the ability to
protect the data and security tags

at the XML node level through cryptographic
methods a
t the client and content management server platforms



Demonstrate the ability of a
content management system

to apply label
-
based access controls for check
-
in/check
-
out of documents and searches of document metadata



Demonstrate the ability of a content man
agement system, through a combination of workflow processes
and automated transformations, to create
multiple, security
-
annotated versions of an authored document

(to
support “write
-
to
-
release” and collaboration requirements).



Demonstrate the ability to
publish metadata in a standardized form
, such as DDMS, IC ISM, and IC Pubs
standards, for each annotated document version through web services interface to a metadata repository.

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Secure Cloud Computing
-

Dataline

Secure architecture that provides contin
ued global connectivity and application access though the use of a service
oriented application (SOA) layer with distributed cloud services, operating on a global IaaS platform.



Virtualize and access selected applications in SOA distributed cloud service [
Amazon Elastic Compute
Cloud (EC2)] to validate commercial Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform to support DON
requirements for global connectivity, server failover, application access.

Optical LAN Solution (OLS)
-

Verizon

Optical LAN Solution via
Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) technology for ship and shore voice, data and
video communications providing secure layer 2 transport for significant cost, space, weight, power reduction over
current systems.



Demonstrate converged voice, video, data

via gigabit backbone and gigabit fiber to the desktop



Demonstrate installation and operational compatibility of the OLS with conventional and future network
setup and configurations



Validate and quantify CSWP (Cost Space Weight Power) savings via "Green"
OLS technology



Trident Warrior Lab Based (Spring)


SCI Networks & SCI ENMS
-

PMW 160

SCI Networks next generation capability in keeping with the proposed SCI networks “G” variant to host SCI
applications and explore CONCOPS and technical issues with SC
I ENMS.

Net
-
Centric Data Transport Services
-

NMOC

This initiative is intended to provide an end
-
to
-
end demonstration of service
-
oriented delivery of environmental data
to users. Web service based data providers will receive requests and transport data to
users. The users will utilize an
environment providing data management, visualization and decision support tools. This experiment will allow
evaluation of the ability of existing infrastructure to support service
-
oriented architecture (SOA) and identify
capability.

COP MOE Tool
-

NRL

Is a plug
-
in for the C4I Team Training System (C4ITTS), which is a suite of scenario based training tools,
embedded within the GCCS. It allows users to capture, create, and modify scenarios with an easy to use point
-
and
-
cl
ick interface, and then play them back at, or faster than, real
-
time through GCCS. It can also be used for mission
planning, course of action analysis, a tactical decision aid, post
-
exercise analysis, debriefing, data archiving,
importing and exporting da
ta from GCCS and other C4I systems, as well as a number of other functions.


Secure interoperable Data Interchange
-

NuParadigm Government Systems

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SIDI can be applied to improve on technical difficulties that currently hinder the progress in extending netc
entric
advantages to the warfighter. Specifically, the TW10 experiments will concentrate on leveraging these capabilities
in three specific areas:

Operational Performance Improvements for Data Transport:



Leverage SIDI Reliable Transport and prioritization
capabilities for transmitting critical data reliably and
securely between ship and shore.



Leverage SIDI Reliable Transport and prioritization capabilities for scheduling background delivery of
information between ship and shore that insures it is delivered

reliably without unduly hindering regular
communications over a shared network.



Leverage SIDI for increasing the utility of Web based interactions between ship and shore with file
transfers.

Rules Based Federated Data Interoperability:



Leverage SIDI Intel
ligent Routing capabilities using the data content within object exchanges for
controlling Data interoperability according to an established rule set



Leverage SIDI’s Data Processing and data security capabilities to establish rules based data gathering and

information sharing processes across widely dispersed networking domains (i.e. deployed to ship, ship to
ship, ship to shore, and shore to reach
-
backs complete with appropriate response paths)



Leverage SIDI’s Data Processing and data security capabilities

to establish rules based information sharing
processes across diverse security boundaries (i.e. coalition and civilian exchanges)

Dynamic Attribute Based Policy Enforcement (Lab Only):



Demonstrate SIDI’s ability to enforce security policies across a diver
se set of interfaces across independent
security domains



Demonstrate SIDI’s ability to dynamically monitor environmental state and to dynamically apply updates
to the active policy set based on changes to key environment variables.



Demonstrate SIDI’s abili
ty to dynamically adjust active enforcement characteristics based on these changes
and to apply them automatically in a reliable fashion.



Determine preliminary performance baselines and challenges in a policy governed environment using the
security feature
s involved with a ZBAC infrastructure for dynamic Authentication and attribute based
authorizations.

SLATE


2


Pacific Science Corp

SLATE


2 is a wireless collaboration software tool designed to support team situation awareness and coordinate
distribute
d tasking. SLATE
-
2 is designed specifically for MARITIME Interdiction Operations, but the concepts
applied broadly to small distributed teams (SLATE
-
1 was designed specifically or SPECOPS Forces). SLATE
-
2
possesses three innovative capabilities to enhance

collaboration and team performance: (1) methods for creating
annotations directly on mission documents, (2) attention management tools to track and manage annotations over
time and to support recovering situation awareness following interruptions, and (3)

team risk and data management
tools to support team and task coordination.

STK


PMW 790

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Integrators, program offices and analyst use STK to provide real
-
time visualization of land, sea, air, and space
assets. Driven by the speed of battle today, decisio
n makers need visibility into all assets and feedback on all
activities and movement on the battlefield. By fusing the available tactical information in both 2
-
D maps and 3
-
D
globes, the software suite is capable of displaying multiple theaters of operati
on and thousands of tracks and events
simultaneously while still providing the ability to drill down with specific analyses for any asset or combination of
assets.