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Synthetic Enhancement of Training IDLS 2013 - The aim of this presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, in October 2013, is to provide an overview of how Synthetically Enhanced Training can benefit a range of users from the military to emergency services. 2013 1.10mb .pdf
The TDL Acquisition Lifecycle Training Session - Tactical Data Link Acquisition is a complex business, which many underestimate to their cost. This presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Norfolk, Virginia, USA, in October 2013, provides a brief insight into the key elements of Concepts and Technology Development, Standards and Requirements, Integration, Test and Acceptance and Sustainment. 2013 872kb .pdf
This presentation, briefed at the NATO Tactical Data Link Symposium in March 2013, will serve to illustrate some of the issues affecting the integration of Link 16 into a legacy ground-based air command and control system. Consideration is given to integration challenges in relation to specific areas of focus, including: Data Link Processor Interfaces; Sensor Data Processing; Human/Machine Interface (HMI) Functionality and Display; Line-Of-Sight (LOS) Coverage; Frequency Clearance Agreement (FCA) Compliance. 2013 2.45mb .pdf
This training presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, focusses on some of the JREAP operational complexities experienced during recent joint military operations. It focusses on planning (including pre-operational planning, assessing CONOPS, IERs and existing operational architectures), network management (focussing on such aspects as ensuring that JREAP data paths are fit for purpose and dynamic JREAP Network Management and monitoring) and operational elements (including data routing and procedures for the generation of Single-Common operating picture). 2012 1.5mb .pdf
This presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, will serve to illustrate some of the issues affecting TDL support to Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) and to give a basic understanding of the subject matter. To set the scene, the differences associated with ballistic objects in space, as opposed to air breathing threats, will be introduced. This will be followed by an explanation of some of the requirements and constraints affecting networked BMD systems. 2012 1.3mb .pdf
This training presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, identifies JTIDS/MIDS Link 16 frequency clearance elements which need to be managed in order that a nation’s use of such a system capability is cleared for transmission. Topics covered include the identification of national Link 16 transmission requirements, how to identify national Communications, Navigation and Surveillance Systems that will be affected by the use of Link 16, how to assess and test the impacts of Link 16 transmission on these systems and how to mitigate these impacts, and how to produce a Frequency Clearance Agreement that meets the needs of both the Link 16 user community and Civil Authority. 2012 485kb .pdf
Link 16 is a multi-national secure TDL communications system that provides Line-Of-Sight (LOS) connectivity between air, surface, subsurface, and ground-based units of the participating nations. The aim of this training session, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, is to provide pertinent executive level knowledge about Link 16, enabling an understanding to be gained of topics such as the history and development of Link 16, its capabilities and limitations and the management thereof, Link 16 solution acquisition and Link 16 operational points of note. 2012 1.6mb .pdf
Link 22 is a NATO secure TDL communications system that provides Beyond Line-Of-Sight (BLOS) connectivity between air, surface, subsurface, and ground-based units of the participating nations. The aim of this training session, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, is to provide pertinent executive level knowledge about Link 22, enabling an understanding to be gained of topics such as the history and development of Link 22, its concepts and principles, the main components of the ‘NILE’ equipment, network architecture and structures, functional and operational applications, and network management. 2012 1.3mb .pdf
This training presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, highlights the often missing/misunderstood, but key elements, which are required to enable coherency of information exchange through TDLs. The fact that a TDL is a network enabler is not a novel concept but repeatedly TDL programmes are initiated from a platform’s perspective. The inevitable result of this approach is that a focus is placed on what is perceived to be good for the platform in TDL implementation terms, as opposed to the system of systems within which it is required to interoperate to achieve operational objectives. This stove-piped approach does not lend itself to understanding the opportunities and constraints that exist within the system of systems. The brief comprises two parts, first of all looking at the operational context which is needed to support the capture of coherent IERs leading to the provision of TDL-specific operational guidance. The second part of the brief considers those sustainment activities that are necessary to conduct throughout the life of a TDL to ensure that a relevant capability state is maintained. 2012 2.9mb .pdf
TDL Solution development has often been hampered by a combination of undefined operational requirements, often industry led (as opposed to Sys-of-Sys acquisition led) and complex integration. Enterprise Architectures (EAs) are developed for various reasons, including to show traceability from capability requirements, through logical requirements down to solution implementation, and to provide stakeholders with a simplified view of complex enterprises in order to make informed decisions.
While, on the whole, industry is best placed to understand solution development issues, often, there is a huge ‘leap of faith’ between the stakeholders’ requirements and industries’ offered solution. The aim of this training presentation, briefed at the International Data Link Symposium in Athens in October 2012, is to show how a tailored selection of EA Views (MODAF/NAF) can be used to clearly visualise the relationship between capabilities, Information Exchange Requirements set within an operational context and various TDL solution options enabling the decision maker to make an informed comparison.
2012 4.9mb .pdf
This presentation describes how Tactical Data Links (TDLs) may support the exchange of WMD/CBRN-related information in the maritime environment, particularly early warning of WMD attack against maritime units. It also describes the actions necessary to ensure that TDLs support WMD/CBRN-related IERs through TDL Message standards and the implementation of TDL functionality on platforms. 2012 3.7mb .pdf
This presentation describes a common sense approach to modelling the Risk of WMD in the Maritime Environment. It covers the perceptions of the WMD threat, Scenario/Assumptions, and a suggested methodology for risk assessment. 2012 3.7mb .pdf
Information exchange via TDLs such as JTIDS/MIDS/Link 16 is required to satisfy a wide array of operational needs. Arguably one of the most fundamental needs is to assemble and disseminate a composite Air Picture to all participants. This featured briefing was presented by John Curtis, Managing Director of JCSys Ltd, to the international data link community at the International Data Link Symposium (IDLS) in 2010. It concentrates on how Link 16 produces an Air Picture using the information available from all of the platforms connected in a data link network. 2010 7.8mb .pdf