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Title: Common Operating and Response Environment - U.S. Air Force

Abstract

CORE is an architecture to bridge the gaps between disparate data integration and delivery of disparate information visualization. The CORE Technology Program includes a suite of tools and user-centered staff that can facilitate rapid delivery of a deployable integrated information to users. Integration of Air Force data streams, summarizing the information and providing team members with the information they need to rapidly understand and respond.

Authors:
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Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE
OSTI Identifier:
1231217
Report Number(s):
CORE-USAF; 002413MLTPL00
16065-E
DOE Contract Number:
AC05-76RLO1830
Resource Type:
Software
Software Revision:
00
Software Package Number:
002413
Software Package Contents:
DISTRIBUTION OF THIS PACKAGE WILL BE HANDLED BY PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY
Software CPU:
MLTPL
Open Source:
No
Source Code Available:
No
Other Software Info:
Developed with US Air Force and Laboratory funds. Part of larger "CORE" software system.
Related Software:
Google Earth/maps
Country of Publication:
United States

Citation Formats

PNNL, Gariann Gelston, Walter, David, Baddeley, Bob, Castleton, Karl, Browne, Bonnie, Carlson, Carrie, and Schwartz, Debbie. Common Operating and Response Environment - U.S. Air Force. Computer software. Vers. 00. USDOE. 2 Oct. 2009. Web.
PNNL, Gariann Gelston, Walter, David, Baddeley, Bob, Castleton, Karl, Browne, Bonnie, Carlson, Carrie, & Schwartz, Debbie. (2009, October 2). Common Operating and Response Environment - U.S. Air Force (Version 00) [Computer software].
PNNL, Gariann Gelston, Walter, David, Baddeley, Bob, Castleton, Karl, Browne, Bonnie, Carlson, Carrie, and Schwartz, Debbie. Common Operating and Response Environment - U.S. Air Force. Computer software. Version 00. October 2, 2009.
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  • Agencies that oversee complex, multi-stakeholder programs need efficient, secure ways to link people and knowledge within and across organizations. The Common Operating Response Environment (CORE), a software suite developed by PNNL researchers does just that. The CORE tool—which is customizable for a multitude of uses—facilitates situational awareness by integrating diverse data streams without the need to reformat them, summarizing that information, and providing users with the information they need to rapidly understand and appropriately respond to situations. It is mobile device-ready, has a straightforward interface for ease of use across organizations and skill sets, and is incredibly configurable to themore » needs of each specific user, whether they require data summaries for high-level decision makers or tactical maps, operational data, or weather information for responders in the field. Information can be input into CORE and queried in a variety of ways—using customized forms, reports, visuals, or other organizational templates—according to the needs of each user’s organization, teams, and business processes. CORE data forms, for instance, could be accessed and used in real-time to capture information about vessels being inspected for nuclear material.« less
  • CORE is an architecture to bridge the gaps between disparate data integration and delivery of disparate information visualization. The CORE Technology Program includes a suite of tools and user-centered staff that can facilitate rapid delivery of a deployable integrated information to users.
  • In the context of this document and COE, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are decision support systems involving the integration of spatially referenced data in a problem solving environment. They are digital computer systems for capturing, processing, managing, displaying, modeling, and analyzing geographically referenced spatial data which are described by attribute data and location. The ability to perform spatial analysis and the ability to combine two or more data sets to create new spatial information differentiates a GIS from other computer mapping systems. While the CCGIS allows for data editing and input, its primary purpose is not to prepare data,more » but rather to manipulate, analyte, and clarify it. The CCGIS defined herein provides GIS services and resources including the spatial and map related functionality common to all subsystems contained within the COE suite of C4I systems. The CCGIS, which is an integral component of the COE concept, relies on the other COE standard components to provide the definition for other support computing services required.« less
  • In the context of this document and COE, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are decision support systems involving the integration of spatially referenced data in a problem solving environment. They are digital computer systems for capturing, processing, managing, displaying, modeling, and analyzing geographically referenced spatial data which are described by attribute data and location. The ability to perform spatial analysis and the ability to combine two or more data sets to create new spatial information differentiates a GIS from other computer mapping systems. While the CCGIS allows for data editing and input, its primary purpose is not to prepare data,more » but rather to manipulate, analyte, and clarify it. The CCGIS defined herein provides GIS services and resources including the spatial and map related functionality common to all subsystems contained within the COE suite of C4I systems. The CCGIS, which is an integral component of the COE concept, relies on the other COE standard components to provide the definition for other support computing services required.« less
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