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Adaptation of interoperability standards for cross domain usage

: Essendorfer, Barbara; Kerth, Christian; Zaschke, Christian

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Hanratty, Timothy (Ed.) ; Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers -SPIE-, Bellingham/Wash.:
Next-Generation Analyst V : 10-11 April 2017, Anaheim, California, United States
Bellingham, WA: SPIE, 2017 (Proceedings of SPIE 10207)
ISBN: 9781510609150
ISBN: 9781510609167
Paper 102070E, 12 pp.
Conference "Next-Generation Analyst" <5, 2017, Anaheim/Calif.>
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IOSB ()
interoperability; data sharing; Data Dissemination; standard; cross domain

As globalization affects most aspects of modern life, challenges of quick and flexible data sharing apply to many different domains. To protect a nation’s security for example, one has to look well beyond borders and understand economical, ecological, cultural as well as historical influences. Most of the time information is produced and stored digitally and one of the biggest challenges is to receive relevant readable information applicable to a specific problem out of a large data stock at the right time. These challenges to enable data sharing across national, organizational and systems borders are known to other domains (e.g., ecology or medicine) as well. Solutions like specific standards have been worked on for the specific problems. The question is: what can the different domains learn from each other and do we have solutions when we need to interlink the information produced in these domains? A known problem is to make civil security data available to the military domain and vice versa in collaborative operations. But what happens if an environmental crisis leads to the need to quickly cooperate with civil or military security in order to save lives? How can we achieve interoperability in such complex scenarios? The paper introduces an approach to adapt standards from one domain to another and lines out problems that have to be overcome and limitations that may apply.