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JC3IEDM Training, THE JOINT C3 INFORMATION EXCHANGE DATA MODEL

JC3IEDM Training is a 3-day training program covers the JOINT C3 INFORMATION EXCHANGE DATA MODEL.

The JC3IEDM training covers the key specification of the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP) interoperability solution that has been formally reviewed and agreed upon. This serves as a coherent set of standards needed to build and test a MIP Common Interface and gives a basis for further development and improvement.

JC3IEDM, or Joint Consultation, Command and Control Information Exchange Data Model is a model that, when implemented, aims to enable the interoperability of systems and projects required to share Command and Control (C2) information. JC3IEDM is an evolution of the C2IEDM standard that includes joint operational concepts, just as the Land Command and Control Information Exchange Data Model (LC2IEDM) was extended to become C2IEDM.

The vision for the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP) is to server as the principal operator-led multinational forum to promote international interoperability of C2IS (Command and Control Information Systems)  at all levels of command. The MIP scope is to deliver a command and control interoperability solution focused on the Land operational user in a Joint environment.

JC3IEDM is produced by the MIP-NATO Management Board (MNMB) and ratified under NATO STANAG 5525 enabling “international interoperability of C2 information systems at all levels from corps to battalion (or lowest appropriate level) in order to support multinational (including NATO), combined and joint operations and the advancement of digitisation in the international arena.

JC3IEDM represents the core of the data identified for exchange across multiple functional areas and multiple views of the requirements. Toward that end, it lays down a common approach to describing the information to be exchanged in a command and control (C2) environment: The structure should be sufficiently generic to accommodate joint, land, sea, and air environmental concerns.

The data model describes all objects of interest in the sphere of operations, e.g., organizations, persons, equipment, facilities, geographic features, weather phenomena, and military control measures such as boundaries.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of JC3IEDM training, the participants are be able to:

  • Describe the history and background of JC3IEDM
  • Describe the key concepts, features and mechanisms behind JC3IEDM
  • Explain the motivation behind the use of JC3IEDM
  • List related JC3IEDM standards and benefits
  • Illustrate potential JC3IEDM deployment scenarios
  • Explain how JC3IEDM facilitates C4ISR renabled systems
  • Give examples of JC3IEDM considerations
  • Describe key design considerations for a JC3IEDM enabled system or node
  • Summarize required JC3IEDM changes in the traditional systems
  • Summarize JC3IEDM message structure, syntax, formats, and protocol
  • Summarize JC3IEDM considerations in terminals, interfaces, network communications and protocols
  • Test, verify, validate and certify JC3IEDM nodes and systems

Course Outline

Overview of Modern Defence Capabilities

  • C4ISR Capabilities
  • Command & Control (C2)
  • Land Command & Control
  • Friendly Force Tracking
  • Tactical Communications (TDLs)
  • Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, VMF, JREAP, CDP, SADL and MADL
  • Maritime Command & Control
  • Tactical Communications
  • Maritime Command & Control
  • Electronic Warfare
  • Military Messaging
  • Overview of Key Interoperability Concepts
  • Interoperability Solutions
  • Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP)
  • NATO STANAG 5525
  • NATO Friendly Force Information (NFFI)
  • Joint Consultation, Command & Control
  • Information Exchange Data Model
  • Command & Control Information Exchange Data Model
  • Multinational Interoperability for C2IS
  • Command & Control Information Exchange Data Model (C2IEDM)
  • Joint Consultation, Command & Control Information Exchange Data Model (JC3IEDM)

Overview of Evolution of the Joint C3 Information Exchange Data Model (JC3IEDM)

  • Purpose of JC3IEDM
  • Scope of JC3IEDM
  • Structure of JC3IEDM
  • JC3IEDM Requirements
  • General Requirements in ATCCIS Phase III
  • Fire Support Requirements
  • Requirements in Phase IV
  • Requirements during ATCCIS 2000 (Phase V)
  • MIP Block 1 Work
  • MIP Block 2 Work
  • MIP Block 3 Work

Overview of Data Model

  • Concepts Underlying the Design of the Data Model
  • Foundational Structural Elements
  • OBJECT-TYPE Hierarchy
  • Composition of Types (Establishment)
  • OBJECT-ITEM Hierarchy
  • Associations between OBJECT-ITEMs
  • Capabilities of Items and Types
  • Positioning and Geometry for OBJECT-ITEMs
  • Relationships between Items and Types
  • Broadening Functionality of ACTION
  • Plans and Orders
  • Data about Reported Data
  • Applying Security Classifications
  • Citing External Information Sources
  • Attaching Affiliation to Items and Types
  • Counting Persons by Group Characteristics
  • Summary of JC IEDM Features
  • Examples of Potential Use

   OBJECT CLASSES (TYPES OF OBJECTS)                                                                     

  • OBJECT-TYPE Tree Structure
  • FACILITY-TYPE Tree Structure
  • FEATURE-TYPE Tree Structure
  • MATERIEL-TYPE Tree Structure
  • ORGANISATION-TYPE Tree Structure
  • Specification of PERSON-TYPE
  • AFFILIATION in Relation to OBJECT-TYPEs
  • OBJECT-ITEM and Its Hierarchy
  • Classification of OBJECT-ITEMs by Type
  • Business Rules for Status of OBJECT-ITEMs
  • Networks
  • Data Structure for Associations
  • Structure for Specifying CAPABILITY
  • Establishment for OBJECT-TYPE
  • Concept for Representing Location and Geometry
  • REPORTING-DATA Structure
  • Specification of CONTEXT Structure
  • Specification of ACTION-CONTEXT and Its Status
  • Specification of ACTION
  • ACTION-REQUIRED-CAPABILITY
  • ACTION-RESOURCE-EMPLOYMENT Structure
  • Rules of Engagement
  • The Role of ORGANISATION in ACTION
  • Setting Up a Task Organisations in Support of Plans
  • Expanding ACTION Specifications

Examples and Case Studies

  • An Example of Organisational Relationships
  • An Example of Associations between Organisations and Materiel
  • An Example of Associations between Organisations and Persons
  • Example of Using a Facility as Part of an Obstacle
  • A Technique for Representing Unit Boundaries Using Associations
  • Organisational Structure

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