Joint Battlespace Infosphere (JBI) Demonstration/Validation Exercise
Final rept. Mar 2003-2005
AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB ROME NY INFORMATION DIRECTORATE
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This report describes in-house work performed by Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL in support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA Organically Assured Survivable Information Systems Demonstration and Validation OASIS DemVal Program. The OASIS DemVal assessed how well the OASIS program technologies could perform in a real-world warfighter environment, by improving the security and availability of these systems to meet time-critical mission needs. The AFRL in-house effort supported the DemVal in the following ways Development of an Air Operations Center AOC mission scenario integration of existing systems of record and new Joint Battlespace Infosphere JBI technologies code development of JBI concept applications to demonstrate information feeds that were not practically reproducible in a lab environment development of a realistic network architecture for the AOC systems and subsequent configuration management development of scoring criteria for the two assessment exercises hosting of the two exercises, and active participation in the White Team, which performed the scoring of the two assessment exercises and provided feedback on the DemVals success to the DARPA Program Manager.
- Information Science