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ACTIVITY_TITLE

Future Requirements and Options for EW Information Exchange

ACTIVITY_NUMBER

SCI-223

CLASSIFICATION

NS

ACTIVITY_STATUS_LABEL

2

ACTIVITY_LABEL

RTG

START_DATE

01/07/2011

END_DATE

01/07/2014

ACTIVITY_OPEN_TO_PARTNERS

0

KEYWORDS

IER (Information Exchange Requirements); EW (Electronic Warfare); SEI (Specific Emitter Identification) 

BACKGROUND

Networked information exchange protocols support functions such as situational awareness, electronic attack, electronic defense, and electronic intelligence. Several STANAGs include Electronic Warfare (EW) information exchange protocols and formats. New or modified STANAGs may be required to fully exploit capabilities of both current and future EW systems. This study will enable fuller exploitation of the enhanced capabilities provided by EW systems. Such capabilities would impact on the areas of Electronic Order of Battle intelligence and Networked EW capabilities. This activity supports the following NATO LTCRs: (i) Information and Integration Services, (ii) ISR Processing, Fusion and Exploitation and (iii) Network Enabled Capability. 

OBJECTIVES

This TG will study Information Exchange Requirements (IERs), establish capability gaps in the areas described above, and propose potential solutions and ways forward. The TG study will include high fidelity information available from future EW systems. Supporting sub-objectives are to (i) identify current/future NATO networked EW capabilities, (ii) review the relevance of NATO Concepts of Employment/Operations (CONEMP/CONOPS), (iii) assess EW IERs, (iv) summarize the relevance of STANAGs to IERs, (v) identify gaps between IERs and capabilities, (vi) recommend updates to the EW content of STANAGs, CONEMP and CONOPS and (vii) identify national programs that address capability gaps.

TOPICS

The TG will examine existing and future threats, operational scenarios and planning assumptions and investigate IERs to enable the following networked EW functions: shared situational awareness, threat warning, geo-location, cross-cueing of complimentary

ACTIVITY_SUB_NUMBER

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Last modified at 02/11/2014 16:26 by System Account