The Current State

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Multi
-
Agency

Situational Awareness System


The Current State



Ken Marshall

Program Advisor / Lead, MASAS National Implementation Team

March 2nd, 2011

MASAS Storyline

Roadmap


March 2010 expert group convened to determine a roadmap
for MASAS

implementation as a partnership between the
GeoConnections Program and the Centre for Security Science
.


Outputs:


Capability Gap Assessment (Roadmap)


Including input from previous MASAS workshops, working
group feedback, surveys etc.)


Aligned to Interoperability Continuum & EMSIF


Basis for partnership to deliver MASAS

National Partnership Initiative


GeoConnections Program (Natural Resources
Canada)


GeoConnections helps decision
-
makers use online location
-
based
(or "geospatial") information, such as maps and satellite images,
to tackle some of Canada's most pressing challenges.


Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure


interoperability
standards, policies, technologies, data, people.


Centre for Security Sciences (CSS), Public Security
Technical Program (PSTP)


Mission: to strengthen Canada’s ability to prepare for, prevent,
respond to, and recover from high
-
consequence public safety and
security events through S&T research and development (R&D), and
through applying our expertise in CIP, SI
2
, and EMSI
.

4

GeoConnections
-
CSS Partnership




Business case to advance MASAS:


Implementation


Development


Awareness & demonstration


Adoption


Sustainability

National Implementation Team (NIT)


Management / Funding Agencies


GeoConnections (NRCan)


Ken Marshall,
Ken.Marshall@NRCan
-
RNCan.gc.ca



Trevor Rankin, Brian McLeod, Peter Rushforth


Public Security Technical Program, Centre for Security Sciences


Jack Pagotto,
Jack.Pagotto@drdc
-
rddc.gc.ca



Public Safety CIO & GOC Michel Savoie,
michel.savoie@ps
-
sp.gc.ca



Also: PS S&T Interoperability Development Office standing up now


Contractors:


Doug Allport, Communications, design;
doug@allportgroup.com



Ian Becking, Federal liaison;
ianbeck@cae.com



Darrell O’Donnell, PS
-
GOC MASAS Project
darrell.odonnell@continuumloop.com


Jacob Westfall, Design, engineering;

jake@jpw.biz



Sandbox Hosting / Oversight


Simon Fraser University, Dr. Peter Anderson, Steve Braham


Open Software & Development Site:
http://tbs
-
sct.ircan.gc.ca/projects/masas


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Current MASAS Collaborators include:

Health Canada

Radiation
Protection
Bureau

Alberta EMA

EM System

New
Brunswick
EMO

MASAS


City of
Vancouver

TransLink

DriveBC /
iMove.ca

BC Forest
Service

Emergency
Management
BC

BCeMap

Terasen
Gas

BC Hydro

Canada
Command

(JTF Atlantic)

(Joint Information
& Intelligence
Fusion Capability)

(CanadaCOM
Infrastructure
Database)

Canadian Press
Geo
-
News

Public Safety
Canada
-

GOC

Dept of
Transportation

Red Cross

RCMP

INAC

PHAC

NRCan
DEOC

Sask

CIAS
System

Ontario

EMES

NRCan

Hazard Risk
Assessment

United States

FEMA
-
IPAWS

Cdn
Disaster
Db

NRCan
Earthquakes

National
Search &
Rescue
Secretariat

Governance, Standards,
Operational Policies &
Coordination

PCO

Additional Support &
Involvemnent:

-
Intellectual Resources Canada

-
Treasury Board

-
Simon Fraser University

-
Vendors: GIS, Incident Mgmt


EC Weather

Sarnia / Lambton
/ Windsor

FY 10/11 Objectives

1. MASAS Integration and Connection

2. MASAS

Architecture Version 2.0

3. MASAS Stakeholder’s Workshop &
Demonstrations

4. Awareness, Coordination, Knowledge
Management & Transfer

5. Establishment of Sustainable Governance and
Policies

1. MASAS Integration and Connection


National Implementation Team ‘helpdesk’ advice on
MASAS implementation to agencies



MASAS sandbox beta


Demonstration instance


Test environment


Kit for practitioners without tools (CAP viewing/posting)


Open source code hosted by Intellectual Resources Canada



Support vendor adoption and interoperability


Establish an enduring dialogue within technical community



2. MASAS Architecture Version 2.0


Validation of Version 1.0 against current implementations (BC, NB) (
Complete
);



Alignment to the Emergency Management Systems Interoperability Framework including
consideration of DODAF and TOGAF Architecture Frameworks; (
Near Completion
)



Architecture views for national ‘hub’ options; (
Options to be Validated
)



Consultation on evolving requirements; (
Complete, Ongoing
)



Investigation of emerging standards, particularly the OASIS Emergency Data Exchange Language
(EDXL) suite; (
Ongoing
)



Investigation of MASAS architecture convergence with mobile ICT (e.g. cellular, smart phones,
GPS etc.) and other real
-
time sensors (e.g. sensor networks etc.) (
Ongoing
)



Interoperability with US Department of Homeland Security’s Disaster Management Open
Platform for Emergency Networks (
IPAWS Demonstrated
)



Expansion of the architecture to include security, access control and account management
perspectives; (
Ongoing, i.e. Health Canada Standard Access Methodology PSTP#2
)


3. MASAS Stakeholder’s Workshops &
Demonstrations



Fredericton, Nov ‘10
(
Complete
)


Victoria Dec ‘10 (
Complete
)


Richmond Dec ‘10
(
Complete
)


March 1&2 ‘11 National Stakeholder’s Workshop,
Ottawa
(
Now
)


3. MASAS Stakeholder’s Workshop &
Demonstration

Demonstrating operational MASAS capabilities and re
-
usable components:



Chemical Incident Scenario with
Windsor/Sarnia



Detroit/St.
Clair County Feb 22
-
24, 2011.



Point Lepreau Nuclear Energy Generating Station:
Health
Canada Radiation Protection Bureau exercise with Province of
New Brunswick, Canada Command, March 3
-
4, 2011.



BC
-
Washington State:
Cross
-
Border Demo: earthquake /
tsunami scenario


May or June 2011.


4. Awareness, Coordination, Knowledge
Management & Transfer Activities

Knowledge Transfer


Promote MASAS and provide advice via bi
-
weekly webinars (
Ongoing
)


Bilingual documents for awareness (e.g. operational policies, information
briefs, FAQ’s, implementation guidance notes, posters, policy position
papers etc.); (
Minimal, Ongoing
)


Knowledge Management


MASAS.ca

for all stakeholders (currently pointing to IRCan.gc.ca)


Maintain the MASAS Capability Gap Assessment (Road Map) (
to be updated
at end FY 10/11, pre/post demos
)


Awareness


World Conference on Disaster Management, Toronto, ON, June 2010


Canadian Risks and Hazards Network Symposium, Fredericton, Nov 2010


Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop (CITIG), Victoria, Dec 2010


Emergency Management Systems Interoperability Information Day (PSTP),
2010

5. Establishment of Sustainable Governance
and Policies


Advance the policy options analysis (
ongoing
)



Develop a process for the community to take ownership of the Capability
Gap Assessment / Road Map; (
TBD
)



Identify future funding requirements and sources (
ongoing
);



As preliminary activity to support governance structure, enable
development of an informal partnership model (i.e. a series of MOUs
between participating organizations); (
No progress
)



Develop business model, governance policies & implementation plan for
sustainability of the core MASAS capability. (
ongoing
)



Seek support from key executive management, ADM EMC, CCEMO, SOREM
via Communications Interoperability Strategy & Action Plan for Canada;
(established)


Hot of the Press! (27 Jan 2011)

“Ministers Support MASAS Implementation”


SOREM (Senior F
-
PT Officials for
Emergency Management)


¨
Support Implementation of the Multi
-
Agency Situational Awareness System
¨


FY 2011/12 and beyond?


MASAS OPERATIONALIZATION PROJECT OFFICE


Establish & Implement Governance Framework


Deliver on Communications Interoperability Strategy and Action
Plan
for Canada


Renew partnership between CSS, GeoConnections and PS


Strategize and ‘
operationalize
’ sustainable delivery model


Continue providing implementation advice, guidance,
awareness [MASAS roadmap, standards, architecture]


Documentation, Training, Support Demos / Exercises



Operationalize
’ the core MASAS (sandbox + national
automatic feeds (seismic/tsunami, weather, roads)


Select viable self
-
sustaining business model


Off
-
ramp to most viable business model.


MASAS >2016


a glimpse into the future…


MASAS hubs proliferate
across F/PT/M and CIP owners


Information flowing


daily usage is key.


Visual MASAS
-
Analytic tools emerge


MASAS incident analysis tools manage info overload


Pattern recognizers … has this happened before? How did it play
out? What worked
-

what didn’t…? Suspicious patterns.


Incident training tools


replay prior real incidents.


Automated “Decision
-
making expert” tools
emerge


When X happens issue these:
x+y+z

messages


E.g. when spill alert into St Claire river, close downstream water intakes


Looking back in history


when a + b + c happens within a certain
time, flag problem (soil saturation, roof snow burden, etc)


Automated “intelligent” systems … “this sequence of incidents happened before and here is
what worked and what didn’t… and here is how the incident played out (e.g. recurring flood).





MASAS and OODA LOOP

MASAS currently

Focused on providing

OBSERVE & ORIENT

but tools will evolve to

support the entire

OODA loop.