Framework Wide Data Administration (SWIM) What is SWIM Design Setting.


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Framework Wide Data Administration (SWIM) What is SWIM Building Setting Program Idea SWIM is an IT foundation program that will work out of sight to give information to approved clients SWIM will : Actualize an Administration Arranged Engineering (SOA) in the NAS
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Framework Wide Information Management (SWIM) What is SWIM Architectural Context

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Program Concept SWIM is an IT foundation program that will work out of sight to give information to approved clients SWIM will : Implement a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) in the NAS Lower data expenses Increase velocity to set up new interfaces Increase basic situational mindfulness Increase NAS spryness

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Host ETMS WARP IDS/ERIDS ASDE ATOP ERAM STARS/ARTS/TAMR CIWS Inter-Agency TMA TFM STARS CARTS/Business as Usual State of the System - More indicate point exceptional interfaces - Costly improvement, test, upkeep, CM - New choices connected to old information develops - Cumbersome information access outside the NAS Today Enterprise Management FAA Systems ERAM AIM TFMS CIWS TDDS - Existing point-to-point hardwired NAS - Unique interfaces, hand crafts SWIM Compliant Government Systems SWIM Compliant Non-Government Systems FTI ITWS LEGEND TBFM WMSCR DOTS SWIM Segment 1 SWIM Future Segment SWIM Adapter

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SWIM is (Architecturally): An Information Exchange Mechanism Application Interfacing Mechanism An Enterprise Information Governance Mechanism An Information Assurance Mechanism

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SWIM Functional Architecture

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Satellite Airlines Navigation Weather Service Stakeholder B M Operations E Aircraft EMB ( Represents all Flight Operator Flight Transponder ADS Navigation Weather flight vehicles , Management Function Processing Sensing Stakeholder B including UAS and M Operations E Dependent Reference Augmentation shuttle ) Surveillance Data Signal Data Airport Remote Stakeholder B M Facilities Operations E Data Acquisition International ATC Surveillance Weather Stakeholder B Navigation A/G Communication Surveillance Navigation Weather Remote System M Data Operations E Support Facilities & Services Collection Management Military Stakeholder B M Operations E NextGen Facilities Short Term System & System & Flow Safety Trajectory Services Capacity Contingency Military ( Partner ) Analysis Management Enterprise Analysis Management Enterprise Trajectory Governance Wide Management B M Enterprise Messaging Bus SOA Operations E Separation Governance ( National ) Aeronautical Long Term Management Weather Flight & State Surveillance Information Capacity Information Data Information Run - time Management Other Gov . Office Management Stakeholder B M SOA Core Services Support Services Operations E Administrative Messaging Data Interface Security Enterprise Services Collaboration Content Services Management Service Management Services Management Acquisition NWS Data/Network Stakeholder B Support Enterprise Messaging Bus Enterprise Messaging Bus M Operations E Services Service Services Flight & State Separation Weather Information Trajectory Surveillance Information Delivery rd Provisioning 3 Party Providers Data Management Node ( s ) Management Stakeholder B M ( Local ) Enterprise Messaging Bus Operations E Training Support Authorized Clients , Weather Vendor System & Services Analysis Long Term Capacity Management Prototyping Consumers , & Voice x Stakeholder B Support Systems M Data x Operations Enterprise Messaging Bus E Net - Centric Data x

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NextGen 2025 System Interface Description SV-1p The NextGen 2025 System Interface Description (SV-1p) portrays communications among the utilitarian abilities in the NextGen NAS. It is partitioned into four zones: Along the highest point of the chart are airborne components, including air ship (planned to speak to a wide range of shopper flight vehicles) and satellite emotionally supportive networks Across the center, just beneath the airborne components, are the remote offices. The green shading of the external box is proposed to demonstrate that these components are a National\'s piece Airspace System (NAS) Along the left half of the chart are ground-based partners and buyers in boxes shaded sky blue like the airplane box portrayed over The fourth range is underneath the remote offices, and comprises of the capacities situated at NextGen offices, which are real operations focuses. They are encompassed by a green box to show that they are a piece of the NAS

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Satellite Airlines Navigation Weather Service Stakeholder B M Operations E Aircraft EMB ( Represents all Flight Operator Flight Transponder ADS Navigation Weather flight vehicles , Management Function Processing Sensing Stakeholder B including UAS and M Operations E Dependent Reference Augmentation rocket ) Surveillance Data Signal Data Airport Remote Stakeholder B M Facilities Operations E Data Acquisition International ATC Surveillance Weather Stakeholder B Navigation A/G Communication Surveillance Navigation Weather Remote System M Data Operations E Support Facilities & Services Collection Management Military Stakeholder B M Operations E NextGen Facilities Short Term System & System & Flow Safety Trajectory Services Capacity Contingency Military ( Partner ) Analysis Management Enterprise Analysis Management Enterprise Trajectory Governance Wide Management B M Enterprise Messaging Bus SOA Operations E Separation Governance ( National ) Aeronautical Long Term Management Weather Flight & State Surveillance Information Capacity Information Data Information Run - time Management Other Gov . Office Management Stakeholder B M SOA Core Services Support Services Operations E Administrative Messaging Data Interface Security Enterprise Services Collaboration Content Services Management Service Management Services Management Acquisition NWS Data/Network Stakeholder B Support Enterprise Messaging Bus Enterprise Messaging Bus M Operations E Services Service Services Flight & State Separation Weather Information Trajectory Surveillance Information Delivery rd Provisioning 3 Party Providers Data Management Node ( s ) Management Stakeholder B M ( Local ) Enterprise Messaging Bus Operations E Training Support Authorized Clients , Weather Vendor System & Services Analysis Long Term Capacity Management Prototyping Consumers , & Voice x Stakeholder B Support Systems M Data x Operations Enterprise Messaging Bus E Net - Centric Data x

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SV-P 2018

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Technical Architecture

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Services Functionality Description SV-4b For the reason for characterizing a Functionality Description for a Service Oriented NAS Architecture our key needs are to: Identify NAS capacities Describe capacities as administrations Arrange the capacities to show decoupling of administrations Layer the capacities to show reflection of administration sorts The spotless lines between the layers demonstrate the decoupling between administration sorts Cross cutting Administrative and Governance administrations are demonstrated vertically to demonstrate backing to every one of the layers

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Simplified NextGen NAS SV-4 Framework Enterprise Governance Administrative Services Interaction Services Data/Network Support Services Run-time Management Mission Services Support Services (Content Management/Data Acquisition) Services Provisioning Management SOA Governance SOA Core Services Technical Infrastructure Services

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SWIM Governance Policies Outline STRATEGIC SOA Technology Acquisition Enterprise Architecture Opportunity Management for SOA Services Interoperability, Reuse and Standards SWIM Enterprise Services Registry/Repository SOA/SERVICE DESIGN POLICIES Namespace and Schema Service Interface Design Services Technical and Design Information Security Service Development Process Service Lifecycle Management Services Operations Readiness Service Provisioning Service Consumer RUNTIME AND OPERATIONAL Messaging and Routing Runtime Security Service Management Maintenance and Support

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Services Functionality Description SV-4b (2025)

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NAS SV-4 SWIM Segment 1

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NAS SV-4 SWIM Segment 2

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SWIM Evolution by means of NAS Architecture Enterprise Services Roadmap Future Segment Integration NAS Migration to SOA NAS Application Integration 2018 SV-4

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Enterprise Services Roadmap (1 of 4) CY 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 SWIM Segmt. 3 SWIM Segmt.1 SWIM Segmt. 2 Enterprise Governance SWIM Segment 1 Design-Time Registry SWIM Segment 2 Enterprise Metadata Repository COI/Governance Processes/Procedures SWIM Segment 3 Enterprise Governance SWIM Segment 2 Enterprise Messaging Bus 588 293 IID 297 Internal Policy Enforcement (IPE) Administrative Services SWIM Segment 3 Administrative Services FID 295 Certified Software Management (CSM) for COTS Software 586 Interaction Services TBFM/IES FID 57 SWIM Segment 3 Interaction Services En Route Automation NextGen Mid-Term WP En Route Automation NextGen Far-Term WP TFDM 2 FID 346 IID 356 IARD 355 CATMT WP4 WARP RAMP FID 89 IARD 79 FID 89 IID 86 NextGen WX Processor WP1 NextGen WX Processor WP2

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Enterprise Services Roadmap (2 of 4) CY 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 SWIM Segmt. 3 SWIM Segmt.1 SWIM Segmt. 2 Support Services WARP RAMP FID 89 AIM Modernization Segment 1 IARD 79 FID 89 IID 86 NextGen Net Enabled Weather (NNEW) WP1 NextGen Net Enabled Weather (NNEW) WP2 AIM Modernization Segment 2 RMLS/SWIM Interface RMLS NextGen M

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