This project is an emergency notification system capability that will leverage existing AtHoc commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software to test and evaluate a fully integrated, COTS-ready common operating picture and shared situational awareness capability. The capability will be implemented and tested at one to several installations and support the day-to-day operational needs of the First Responder community, including, but not limited to; the Emergency Operations Center, Security Forces, Fire, Medical, Emergency Management operations and the installation Command Post.
Develops a capability to display Identification "Friend or Foe" information in two phases. Phase I – Develop and test correlation capability that integrates with wide area sensor and Command and Control Display Equipment Phase II – Specify, procure and evaluate Position Location Identification Tags for authorized personnel.
In September 2014, the DoD PSEAG, with support from USFFC, NWDC and CNIC, completed a first-of-its-kind Integrated Waterside Security Concept Demonstration (IWS-CD) at Naval Base San Diego, CA. This five-day IWS demonstration focused on the integration of Navy security forces ashore and afloat at both the organizational-and-systems level at a CONUS fleet concentration area. Ten different technologies were employed during the demonstration to address existing force protection capability gaps. These technologies ranged from non-lethal weapons designed to determine hostile intent, precision fire weapons well suited for close- quarters combat within a busy port, as well as advanced situational awareness tools and underwater detection systems to detect and interdict subsurface threats. The IWS-CD successfully showed the value of integrated technologies for Navy security forces ashore and afloat, and of identifying candidate technologies that show promise as new systems that can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Navy waterside security architecture.
This project provides a layered approach to integrate sensors, sensor systems and unmanned systems and obtain automated fusion to create an in-depth security, surveillance and response Force Protection Common Operational Picture capability for fixed, semi-fixed or expeditionary elements in all operating environments. IGSSR-C's key component is a suite of software that achieves integration, fusion and interoperability.
Service Oriented Architecture framework for the collection and consolidation of data from disparate small to large security systems.
The Keystone EUCOM demonstration includes identifying applications from both the German Host Nation first responders and United States Army Garrison (USAG) Stuttgart to form an allied capability to integrate and correlate collection, analysis, reporting, and processing of OCONUS emergency management, force protection and threat information from existing systems. The integration software and user-level equipment will demonstrate information sharing; a proof of concept integration of German Host Nation systems, and software/cloud hosting to avoid creating a new stovepipe or need for new equipment.
Provides a redundant combination of physical layer and software application layers to provide a fail safe communications capability for stationary and on the move assets in the missile field (including blue force tracking).
Information sharing across 'stove-piped' force protection and emergency management applications. Technical and operational demonstrations were conducted to validate the capabilities developed throughout the program.
An operational demonstration was conducted to improve common situational awareness by linking shipboard security teams, shore-based security and response boats.
The intent of this project is to evaluate available commercial-off-the-shelf Video Management System technology to meet Air Force requirements. If products successfully meet the requirements they will be recommended for inclusion on approved equipment lists. Qualification of a VMS provides an assessment capability to enhance response and provide increased situational awareness.
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