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Published on November 5, 2007

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Slide2:  Session II ICT INTERFACE IN DEFENCE Presentation by V.V.R.Sastry, Director(C&MS) Bharat Electronics Ltd. Slide3:  Next Generation Defence Network Requirements Technology to support these Requirements Module/Elements of Infrastructure - Communication - Information Technology - Computing Initiatives of BEL Role of Private Sector Conclusion Overview ICT Interface in Defence Slide4:  Digital Battle space Transition from platform centric to NW centric warfare COTS adaptation for faster development. Assured information structure. Based on Information superiority Networking of sensors, shooters & Decision support to reduce OODA cycle Basic concept is Network of Networks Next Generation Defence Network requirements ICT Interface in Defence Slide5:  High capacity Tactical Data Network (Tactical Internet) Plug & Play capabilities & seamless integration of various systems like Command and Decision support system, weapon system, sensors (Surveillance system), operation logistic systems etc. Extend the reach to meet data requirements of Mobile subscribers Priority for flow of mission critical data over Tactical Internet Dynamic Bandwidth management & high level of security including authentication and encryption Communication support requirements ICT Interface in Defence Slide6:  Tactical Networks need to be mobile, easily configurable,flexible, robust & secure Strategic Networks need to seamlessly integrate with Mobile NWs, have sufficient bandwidth on demand & be fully trusted networks Mobile Adhoc Networking technologies are required to meet this objective Voice, Video & Data convergence is to be ensured by Networking technologies. Networking Technology Requirements ICT Interface in Defence Slide7:  Mobile communication & Wireless technology for high bandwidth robust solution Faster reorganization in battle field Networked combat Net Radios Satellite communication systems as overlay network to enhance Survivability & Availability & also to extend wideband media to remote areas Mobile Communication & Satellite Requirements ICT Interface in Defence Slide8:  a) Backbone Networks i) Back bone Switches ii) Transmission equipments iii) Multiplexing equipments iv) Security equipments b) Access Networks i) Access Switches ii) Transmission equipments iii) Security equipments iv) Tactical Internet v) Micro & Macro cellular systems Elements of Infrastructure- Communication ICT Interface in Defence Slide9:  c) User End i) Subscriber end terminals ii) Subscriber End encryption / Network access elements iii) Wireless Terminals - Radio - WLAN Elements of Infrastructure- Communication ICT Interface in Defence Slide10:  Macro Cellular System ICT Interface in Defence Slide11:  Information & decision support i) Network Management ii) C4ISR system b) Information Assurance i) Bulk & Channel encryption ii) Firewalls, Intrusion Detection systems, authentication system iii) Mobile link encryption Computing i) Workstations and Servers ii) PDA & Mobile computing platform Elements of Infrastructure- IT & Computing ICT Interface in Defence Slide12:  Core Multiservice switching technology Tactical Internet for Data Centric application Micro & Macro cellular GSM/CDMA/Wi-MAX solutions Adaptation of open standard network security protocols & customization for Defence need Networked Integrated command & control solution Technologies involved in realising such system ICT Interface in Defence Slide13:  BEL is actively involved in various communication & Tac C3I system with Network integration for our Defence forces. We are also taking part in understanding Integrated Defense staff requirements & inter working issues. Some of the initiatives are Networking of sensors Command & control system for Air Defence Ship borne Communication & Data network Tactical & Strategic communication backbone networks Macro cellular Mobile solution Tac C3I systems for battle field management, Decision support, Artillery & surveillance Various New technologies such as SDR, Wi-MAX, GIS, Multi function displays Major initiatives of BEL ICT Interface in Defence Slide14:  ATM SWITCH # 2 ATM SWITCH # 4 VCS EXCH #4 NIU # 3 NIU # 4 NIU # 2 E3 E3 E3 E3 E1 E3 E3 E3 STM -1 STM -1 NIU # 1 E3 E3 CONC #2 E1 C & C E1 VCS EXCH #1 E1 E1 E1 SERVICES VCS EXCH #3 E1 VCS EXCH #2 E1 RNIU CONC #1 STM-1 E1 E1 E1 DEX 1 DEX 2 ATM SWITCH # 3 ATM SWITCH # 1 E1 E1 E3 RNIU E3 E3 Ship Borne Communication & Data Network ICT Interface in Defence RNIU Slide15:  Salient Features Backbone ATM switches interlinked at 155 Mbps (STM1) E1 ,E3 ATM Links from voice Exchanges ,VCS Exchange ,CCS Concentrators & NIU Central Network Health Monitoring System Voice , Data & Video services Point to Point & Multicast SVC / PVC connections Functions Integration of all Weapons, Sensors And Communication Services Into One Single Broadband Network Integrated And Simultaneous Transmission Of Voice, Video And Data for intra Ship, Ship-Ship/Shore communication High System Capacity And Flexibility Effective System Survivability With Automatic Reconfiguration In The Event Of Damage Scalability And Growth - Future Safe Ship Borne Communication & Data Network ICT Interface in Defence Slide16:  6 – 8 per Battery Command & Control Network ICT Interface in Defence Slide17:  Salient Features Communication Intensive Command & Control Network Multiple Communication networks for sub systems: CNR,Line modem , Grid Communication system & W-LAN Adaptive routing with maintenance of Communication matrix Functions Technical Fire Control to deliver fire quickly and accurately when it is required, and where it is required.  Tactical Fire Control to achieve optimum utilization of resources, resulting in higher efficiency in degrading the enemy’s combat potential. Fire Planning to link methods and means with results, so as to render the winning edge to own forces. Deployment management to achieve the maximal gun densities in critical areas. Operational logistics data management. Command & Control Network ICT Interface in Defence Slide18:  BFSR EO DIV SVL CENTRE HB SYS UAV 120 KM DIV SVL CENTRE (LATERAL DIV) CIDSS (DIV) & OTHER TAC C3I COMPS CORPS SVL CENTRE LEGEND INTRA COMN INTER COMN WLR SRG CP CP 2-5 KM 2-5 KM 10-15 KM 10-15 KM 40-50 KM 40-50 KM VIDEO + SPEECH + DATA SPEECH + DATA GUNS DOOAF BFSR EO BFSR EO Surveillance Network ICT Interface in Defence Slide19:  Salient Features -Interfaces & Media (FO/RADIO) for collection of information from sensors -Storage , collation & analysis of information at SVL Center -Multi Sensor Data Fusion (MSDF) -Passage of information to FDC/FCC/AD C&R (Sensor to shooter concept) -Dissemination of information to CIDSS for value addition Functions -Surveillance Planning -Sensor management - MSDF Target Identification & Situation assessment Artillery Target Intelligence (ATI) Direction of own Artillery fire (DOOAF) Post Strike damage Assessment (PSDA) Dissemination of Information Surveillance Network ICT Interface in Defence Slide20:  Reduction of Capital Costs. Fixed cost become variable costs. Cash available for investing in other areas. Increase in efficiency. Reduction in Labour Costs. New projects could be initiated quickly. Focus on core business & achieving level playing field. Risk reduction. ICT Outsourcing - Benefits ICT Interface in Defence Slide21:  Private sector Participation is required for adaptation of COTS technology for individual elements as mentioned. Few areas of interaction are GSM/CDMA Customized solution for Defence needs Standard computing platform Standard operating system & BIOS Standard Graphics engines with GIS support Standard customized ASIC development for DSP,Micro controller, high speed processor, Network processor Standard Network security product/Protocols Customized Software tools for above Role of Private sector ICT Interface in Defence Slide22:  Hardware - Embedded Line ,Radio,FO& PCMCIA Modems - Embedded Wi-Fi & Wi – Max interfaces - Migration to Next generation terminals – 3G/4G , VoIP - Sunlight readable LCD Displays Software - Application Software development on Handheld Computing Platforms - Database Servers DHCP/DNS/AAA - Network Security Elements - Network Management Software Modules - Radio Freq Planning , Path Loss Computation tools Potential Areas of Cooperation ICT Interface in Defence Slide23:  Defence requirements are to be met on Long term basis hence investments by private sector should be made on long term basis Participation envisaged as Team members/equal stakeholders with understanding of overall requirements. Win-Win concept for Prime vendor & ICT vendor should be the chosen model Develop / Customize the existing systems to suit the customer requirements Cost Competitive compared to Direct Import Share IPR particularly on Crypto products Business Concerns ICT Interface in Defence Slide24:  Conclusion Need for joint participation in multiple roles in Development , Manufacturing & Support of ICT systems ICT Interface in Defence

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