(For the year 2010)
The Integrated Ground Security Surveillance Response - Capability (IGSSR-C) is a Joint requirement to provide a
layered approach to integrate sensors, sensor systems and unmanned systems with automated fusion capabilities to
create an in-depth security, surveillance and response Force Protection (FP) Common Operational Picture capability
for fixed, semi-fixed or expeditionary elements in all operating environments.
The Integrated Defense Command and Control Common Operating Picture (IDC2COP) is being developed to support
the United States Air Force (USAF) Security Forces mission at garrison locations and in expeditionary environments.
The JRWG reviews the Services' research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E); Advanced Component Development and Prototypes (ACD&P); and, System Development and Demonstration (SDD) physical security equipment proposals for harmonization and to eliminate duplication of effort prior to submission to the PSEAG.
The SEIWG assists in reducing security systems costs by ensuring that new systems integrate with existing systems, and by minimizing architectural redesign.
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