Introduction to nato rto & CoBP/codex tbd executive Summary




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Joint Aerospace Integrated Mission Environment Code of Best Practice for Experimentation


JAIME CODEx


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Note


This document forms a part of research sponsored by the

Royal Australian Air Force with the University of South Australia (UniSA),

the NATO Research & Technology Organisation and NAFAG 2 Air Armament Sub-Panel.


Caution


This version of the CoBP for Experimentation (CODEx) is intended as a Preliminary Draft for Discussion purposes only and is not intended for use in any experimentation or test programs until it is formally reviewed and approved by NATO.


The CODEx’s heritage is clearly based on MIL-STD-1763A and MIL-HDBK-1763. The ontology and taxonomy used are also clearly derived from MIL-HDBK-1763 and have been found to be very successful with complicated, high reliability air armament systems they are now relatively dated. So while most Subject Matter Experts believe that the CODEx is a marked improvement over the quite dated Hand Book, the CODEx will still require significant development by the Five Eyes nations (AS/CA/NZ/UK/US) and NATO nations as the architectural frameworks and experimentation methods for future systems that are fully expected to be complex, adaptive in nature are proposed and undergo Validation & Verification (V&V) accordingly.


The intention is that this CODEx will undergo such V&V as the first generation of network enabled weapons (NEW) are being introduced into service with many NATO nations and will be amended to form a consensus-based NATO STANAG based on the lessons identified/learnt.


WGCDR Malcolm G. Tutty MEng, CPEng, FIE(Aust), FRAeS

malcolm.tutty@defence.gov.au

61 (0)8 8259 7785 / 61(0) 419 269 022


Introduction to NATO RTO & CoBP/CODEx




TBD


Executive Summary




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Acknowledgements and Dedication




Need to cite the organisations actively involved... So far this includes NATO RTO SCI FT3 ...

0.0 FOREWORD



This Code of Best Practice (CoBP) for Experimentation (CODEx) provides uniform requirements for establishing the extent of compatibility between an aircraft, specific stores, and suspension equipment and the guidance necessary to justify the airworthiness and interoperability of stores intended for use on aircraft and vehicles by establishing a comprehensive military experimental framework for use in the network-enabled world – the Joint Aerospace Integrated Mission Environment or JAIME. The CODEx proposes standard experimentation and test methodology, test instrumentation and data to be obtained from each test to establish the extent of network-enabled aircraft stores compatibility across its ‘whole of life’ and then continues to monitor it’s performance during on-going exercises, training and even during real-world operations. By this standardisation, the responsible NATO agencies may then be confident and assured that a test run by any agency with this CODEx will provide the same data they would require, thereby facilitating the transfer of data between agencies, assessing technology readiness more readily and eliminating the unnecessary duplication of tests. The approach used is also designed to address the experimentation of complex adaptive systems.


Who should use this CoBP.

This CODEx is recommended for use by all defence, academia and industry within NATO involved with determining the extent of network enabled compatibility between military aircraft, their mission systems and aircraft armament / weapons / stores. It applies to every activity of the ISO 15288 system life cycle from lust to dust involving the capability management of aircraft and/or stores including: capability development, experimentation, research and development, prototyping, test & evaluation, production/manufacturing validation & verification, deployment, operations, support, training and disposal.


Application.

The process of formally approving the flight of any store on an aircraft involves determining the extent of compatibility and airworthiness which exists, evaluating this data against established compatibility criteria and the aircraft stores configurations/capability being sought via the extant operational requirement, obtaining any additional data which may be needed to complete the evaluation, documenting the results, and issuing/authorising the appropriate technical manual changes which outline the aircraft stores configurations and operating limits, and conditions for the store’s use on the specific aircraft. Compatibility must be evaluated between the aircraft, store suspension equipment, the store, and combinations thereof – including all software and data links/networks involved. The factors influencing compatibility are highly interrelated and must be approached with regard to an integrated overall system. Traditionally, there are four separate compatibility situations which must be considered when certification of a store on an aircraft is required. Each of these situations requires a separate approach. No single procedure or test method can be used in every case. It is up to the cognisant national test approval authority or certification agency to select the specific methods appropriate for each particular aircraft stores compatibility and certification situation. Today this involves the application of suitable systems engineering.


Method of reference.

While it is fully intended that this document will ultimately serve as the benchmark for a STANAG to replace MIL-STD-1763 for network enabled weapons, this document is a CoBP, not a specification or statement of work, therefore when the intent is to require the tests of this CoBP to be cited as contractual requirements, the task to be performed must be stated in the contract and reference to specific tests1 in this CoBP should be provided for guidance. Particular attention should be made to the referencing of tests, for example citing the need for “JAIME CoBP Test 140 Series” includes the conduct of all subordinate or individual Tests, that is, this would include the conduct of Test 140, Test 141, Test 142, Test 143 and Test 144.


Intended use.

This document seeks to define the tests which might ever be required to certify a network-enabled armed aircraft and provides standard test methodology, test instrumentation, and data to be obtained from each test. Due to the number of separate compatibility situations which must be considered, no single procedure or test method can be used in every case. It is up to the cognisant test approval authority and certification agency to selectively tailor the specific methods appropriate for each particular network-enabled aircraft stores compatibility situation.


Tailoring Provisions.

When this paragraph is invoked, the following tasks in this CODEx are required to be performed and are tailored as follows:

a. When network-enabled aircraft stores configurations and operating limitations are supplied. The contractor is to provide to the managing activity details of the M&S, ground and flight tests (or tests conducted by approved test agencies equivalent to the test(s) herein) identifying the extent of compliance with the configurations and essential and desirable operating limitations required along with a statement as to any non-compliance(s) with the test acceptance criteria, and to provide an aircraft stores compatibility plan providing details of any necessary tests yet to be accomplished in order to establish the extent of the network-enabled aircraft stores compatibility for the required operating limitations.

b. When network-enabled aircraft stores configurations and operating limitations are not supplied. The contractor is to provide to the managing activity details of M&S, ground and flight tests (or tests conducted by approved test agencies equivalent to the test(s)) identifying the extent of compliance demonstrated on equivalent aircraft, and to provide an aircraft stores compatibility plan providing details of any necessary tests yet to be accomplished in order to establish the extent of aircraft stores compatibility to achieve the optimum network-enabled aircraft stores capability for the aircraft stores combination.

c. The Supplier/contractor is to provide the aircraft and stores/systems compatibility engineering data package (CEDP) for the aircraft stores configuration identifying, or referring to, configuration controlled documentation supporting the operating limitations provided.

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