MIP Standard Brief_110214

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Multilateral Interoperability Programme
Multilateral
Interoperability
Programme
Standard Brief
2010
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Outline
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
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What is MIP
MIP History
MIP Vision
MIP Scope
What MIP is NOT
MIP Members
MIP Organisation
MIP Activities
Working Groups Overview
– IPT3
– IPT Future
• The future – MIP, NATO and NNEC
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What is MIP?
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
MIP is an interoperability organisation
established:
• by national C2IS system stakeholders
• with expectations / requirements to
share relevant C2 information in a
multinational/coalition environment.
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What is MIP?
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Multilateral Interoperability Programme
War Fighters define the Requirements ...
MIP Specification
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THIS IS MIP
Implementation by Nations
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Nat. DB
Nat. DB
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Nat. DB
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Nat. DB
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Exchange of data between MIP compliant systems
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History of MIP
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
History of information interoperability between C2I Systems …
1980
1990
2000
2010
Merging
2001
Merging
1998
Agreement
(MoA) 2004
QIP
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NDAG
DMSWG
NATO Data
Administration Group
NATO Data Management
Services Working Group
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MIP Vision
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
The vision for the Multilateral
Interoperability Programme (MIP) is to
become the principal war fighter-led
multinational forum to promote
international interoperability of
Command and Control Information
Systems (C2IS) at all levels of
command.
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MIP Vision
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
Multinational Forum to promote international interoperability
War Fighters Requirements
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MIP Scope
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
The MIP scope is to deliver a command
and control (C2) interoperability solution in
a net-centric environment focused initially
on the Land operational user in a Joint
environment, with a growing emphasis on
the requirements of Maritime and Air
communities and other Communities of
Interest (COI’s) in future baselines.
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What MIP is NOT
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
• MIP is not a formal NATO programme, however it is endorsed by NATO
- NATO ACT (Allied Command Transformation) participates as an Associate
Member
- NATO DMSWG cooperates to the MIP development
• MIP is not a ‘system’
− C2 systems need to build a MIP interface (often called a ‘MIP Gateway’) to
connect to other Coalition systems
− MIP defines the interface that the Gateway shall respect, not how the Gateway
shall be built
• MIP is not the complete interoperability solution
− Still require other communication interfaces (voice, email, chat, etc) to support C2
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MIP Members
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
FULL MEMBERS
CAN
LCSS
DEU
HEROS / FüInfoSys
DNK
ARMY C2IS
ESP
FRA
GBR
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
ACT
BiSC-AIS-LC2IS
HRV
CAF
AUS
JCCS, BCSS
LTU
TAVVIS
SIMACET
AUT
PHOENIX
NZL
LC4ISR
SICF
ComBAT
BEL
ISIS
POL
SZAFRAN /
C3IS Jasmine
CHE
FIS HE
PRT
SICCE
CZE
GF-TCCS
ROU
SIAAB
EST
EST BMS
SVK
C2SYS
FIN
FINACCIS
SVN
SITAWARE
GRC
HARCCIS
ZAF
ITA
SIACCON / C2I Difesa
NLD
ISIS
NOR
NORTaC/NORCCIS
SWE
SWECCIS, SLB
TUR
TACCIS
USA
MCS
* Country codes according NATO STANAG 1059 Ed 8.
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MIP Organisation
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
MSG
MIP Steering Group
PMG
Project Management Group
MIP IPT 3
MIP IPT Future
Integrated Product Team
Integrated Product Team
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IPT 3 Overview
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
Objective
Maintain and Sustain MIP Baselines 2.0 and 3.0 and any further 3.X
Baselines
Purpose
• Provide support to the deployed MIP Implementations by capturing,
assessing, categorizing, prioritizing and acting upon feedback from
use:
– Deployed in Real World Operations
– MRE/MRX (Mission Rehearsal Ex - pre-deployment tests)
• Specific tests as preparation for certain operations/ big exercises
– FTX/CPX (Field Training Exercise/Command Post Exercise) - involve “staffs”
– Exercises/Tests/Demonstrations, e.g., CWIX, CE…
• Maintain relevance of the MIP specifications while implementations
are deployed
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IPT Future Overview
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
Objective
Designing the future MIP Baseline
• Future Solution Architecture
– Exploit advances in emerging technology
• Capability Requirements
– Operational
– Semantics
• Management Processes
– Task driven approach
• Coordination
– Identification of Work Packages
– Prioritisation of Packages
– De-confliction between Packages
• Initial Specification for a future product
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MIP Activities
Jan
Feb
March
Apr
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
May
June
July
TESTING
SPECIFICATION
MSG
IPT 3
Aug
Sept
Oct
Nov
Dec
(MSG)
Greding
Greding
Greding
Greding
PMG
PMG
PMG
PMG
IPT F
IPT 3
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IPT 3
IPT F
Standards
CWIX
(June)
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DM Tests
(ad hoc)
IPT F
x
Standards
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IPT 3
IPT F
Combined
Endeavour
(September)
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MIP Products
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
Standards
The Joint Consultation, Command & Control Information Exchange Data
Model (JC3IEDM) promulgated by NATO as STANAG 5525 [1].
Standards
Standards
The programme’s Exchange Mechanism specifications and associated
procedures
Operational
Technical
Supporting
Documents
Documents
Documents
• Instructions on how to use the MIP
solution.
• Record of incorporated Information
Exchange Requirements.
• Guidance for nations and
Communities Of Interest (CoIs) on
how to implement the MIP
specification within the context of
their national C2IS.
• Procedures for testing the
MIP specification.
[1] STANAGs are NATO standardised agreements. STANAG 5525 establishes a common data model that NATO nations individually ratify and
implement in their own C2IS.
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Concept
Data Exchange Mechanism
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
MIP Common Interface
National C2IS
National C2IS
Nat. Comms.
Nat. Comms.
Ethernet LAN
Nat. DB
Nat. DB
JC3IEDM
JC3IEDM
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II
PDU
User Terminal
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En. Armoured Bn in 30TXM200123
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NNEC Data Strategy
TODAY
Enabling Data & Information Services
Nat DB
Gateway
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
Data exchanged across
Engineered, well-defined
interfaces between known Users
Gateway
Nat DB
Publish/Subscribe
of Information
between known
Systems
NATO NETWORK ENABLED CAPABILITIES (NNEC)
Nat DB
Nat DB
Sharing of
information in the
Information sphere
TOMORROW
Data & Services
Nat. System
Publish Data in the
Info Sphere
Metadata Registry
Discovery Catalogs
& Service Registry
Nat DB
Unanticipated
Authorized User
Pull Data from the
Info Sphere
Shared Space
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MIP, NATO & NNEC
JC3IEDM
Semantic Schema for
Information Exchange
MIP Exchange
Mechanisms
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
JC3IEDM
Object Oriented
Data Model ?
Semantic Schema for
Information Exchange
Service Oriented
Architecture ?
XML Exchange
JC3IEDM
Ontology
Web Services
(DEM & MEM)
2007
20??
TODAY
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Summary
Multilateral Interoperability Programme
MSG
PMG
IPT 3
Multinational Forum
to promote international interoperability
IPT F
Common Information Exchange Requirements
(IERs)
Organisation
Specification
National C2ISs
Nat DB
Nat DB
Nat DB
Standards
Nat DB
Development of common Standards
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Tests of fielded Solutions
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MIP Website
Open Area
Access to the official Documents
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MIP Website
https://mipsite.lsec.dnd.ca/
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Questions
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