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Network Centric Operations: Data Sensor Fusion Frameworks

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM EST
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Network Centric Operations: Data Sensor Fusion Frameworks

Software developers and system architects are building advanced multiple-intelligence (Multi-INT) applications ingesting and managing petabyte and exabyte volumes of intelligence data from multiple disparate sources. These experts need data management solutions that can enable and support the defense and intelligence community's real-time data fusion platforms, which are redefining and extending the requirements for performance, scalability and systems complexity.

In this Webcast, Fred Stein, distinguished engineer of netcentric operations at MITRE and co-author of "Network Centric Warfare" joins Objectivity to discusses the application of today's technology in the new age of NCW/NCO. In addition, Brian Clark, vice president of product management at Objectivity, explores present and future technology-enabled information sharing and how database management technology can enable operational success by presenting a common operation view.

In this complimentary webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Harness innovation to gain operational success in NCW/NCO
  • Create coherent interoperability of information within coalition forces
  • Deliver the right information to the right person at the right time
  • Protect information with multi-level security settings, data lineage and data pedigree

If you found this information useful you may also be interested in attending the NCW: Networked Enabled Operations event 25 - 28 January. To learn more please continue here


Fred Stein
Distinguished Engineer of Net-Centric Operations

Fred is a retired Colonel of the United States Army, and joined the MITRE Corporation in April 1998. He is currently MITRE's senior principal engineer for network-centric warfare. His position and location at Ft. Hood, Texas, within the Central Technical and Support Facility provide him the opportunity to interface directly with the Army as it digitizes its force and moves toward Future Combat Systems. He currently supports the Army G8, Office of Force Transformation and Electronic Systems Command. Among Fred's accomplishments is the book, "Network Centric Warfare", which he co-authored with two colleagues, David Alberts and John Garstka. As technology continues to evolve, Fred Stein remains on the cutting edge of his profession.

He continues to seek out innovative ideas and concepts as they apply to supporting Commanders and Staffs. He serves as a member of the Swedish National Advisory Board on Network Based Defense, an advisor to the Department of Defense Office of Force Transformation, and an assistant professor of information warfare/network-centric warfare at the Army War College. He is a recipient of the Arthur K. Cebrowski Award.

Brian Clark
VP Product Management
Objectivity, Inc

Mr. Clark is responsible for all systems engineering professional services for Objectivity's customer base and has more than 25 years of software industry experience. Before joining Objectivity in 1989, Mr. Clark worked at Automation Technology Products, which provides leading tools in the MCAD market. Previously, he was with project management services at International Computers Limited, one of Europe's leading computer companies at the time. Mr. Clark holds a bachelor's in computer science from Sheffield University, England.