Maritime Airborne SOA Integration
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Chesapeake Technology International Corporation
44427 Airport Road, Suite 100, California, MD, -
AbstractChesapeake Technology International"s (CTI"s) proposed solution for the Maritime Airborne SOA Integration small business innovative research (SBIR) program provides a comprehensive Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) that will leverage the connectivity of the GIG to enable Network Centric interoperability and collaboration between Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Forces (MPRF) airborne platforms, sensor systems and authorized users. This SOA will provide a flexible, automatically reconfigurable architecture for the tasking, authorization, authentication, and Situational Awareness (SA) for MPRF systems. The solution will also provide a process for the incorporation of legacy systems into the SOA. This architecture will be used to develop a concept demonstration for Phase II that will demonstrate and validate the feasibility of the system to operate in a tactical airborne maritime environment. To provide this solution CTI will use its extensive airborne Navy and USMC Electronic Warfare (EW) and Net Centric experience to research and develop an innovative SOA and set of data schemas that are applicable to the MPRF domain. CTI will also leverage our development of a similar SOA for the USMC Air Ground Task Force EW (MAGTF-EW) to provide lessons learned and ensure a robust architecture.
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