Technical Standards for the ATCCIS Architecture. ATCCIS Working Paper 25
2nd. edition (Final),
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This paper is a reprint of a document by IDA in support of the SHAPE- sponsored Army Tactical Command and Control Information System ATCCIS Phase II study effort. ATCCIS is a common Army command and control system concept for the year 2000 and beyond. This report describes a methodology, using interoperability parameters, for identifying the technical standards that will be required to support implementation of the ATCCIS architecture and for assessing the degree to which existing and emerging international standards support ATCCIS requirements. Overviews are given of standards that have been recommended for NATOs Quadrilateral Interoperability Program, STAMINA. NATOs Air Command and Control System, UK GOSIP, and several applications portability profiles. The methodology described in this report is intended to be a framework for addressing interoperability questions such as is there adequate standards coverage, are there significant overlaps among standards, and how can standards be used to ensure interoperability.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems