Joint Space Operations Center Mission System Application Development Environment
AIR FORCE SPACE AND MISSILE SYSTEMS CENTER LOS ANGELES AFB CA
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The Joint Space Operations Center JSpOC Mission System JMS is the program of record tasked with replacing the legacy Space Defense Operations Center SPADOC and Astrodynamics Support Workstation ASW capabilities by the end of FY2015 as well as providing additional Space Situational Awareness SSA and Command and Control C2 capabilities post-FY2015. To meet the legacy replacement goal, the JMS program is maturing a government Service Oriented Architecture SOA infrastructure that supports the integration of mission applications while acquiring mature industry and government mission applications. Future capabilities required by the JSpOC after 2015 will require development of new applications and procedures as well as the exploitation of new SSA data sources. To support the post FY2015 efforts, the JMS program is partnering with the Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL to build a JMS application development environment. The purpose of this environment is to 1 empower the research development community, through access to relevant tools and data, to accelerate technology development, 2 allow the JMS program to communicate user capability priorities and requirements to the developer community, 3 provide the JMS program with access to state-of-the-art research, development, and computing capabilities, and 4 support market research efforts by identifying outstanding performers that are available to shepherd into the formal transition process. The application development environment will consist of both unclassified and classified environments that can be accessed over common networks including the Internet to provide software developers, scientists, and engineers everything they need e.g., building block JMS services, modeling and simulation tools, relevant test scenarios, documentation, data sources, user prioritiesrequirements, and SOA integration tools to develop and test mission applications.
- Computer Programming and Software