Interoperability & Situational Awareness
Compusult will demonstrate how C-PORTS, through WES technology, fully employs a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and data fusion capabilities for improved leader-centric, net-enabled operations. In addition, the WES Sensor Management (WSM) component supports OGC SWE standards, as well as mass market tools, for access to sensor observations, tasking of sensors, and dissemination of sensor alerts within its standards-based geoportal environment. WES and C-PORTS are currently being used to perform similar tasks for the U.S. DoD and coalition partners. WES has also been used in multinational/multi-agency task force environments for previous CWID, Empire Challenge, and JWID programs.
Web Enterprise Suite - Technical Architecture
This document describes the high-level architecture used for the implementation of Web portals based on Compusult’s Web Enterprise Suite (WES). The WES infrastructure supports the integration of multi-source data products and services and provides enhanced client and middleware software components that subscribe to new and updated international specifications.
Enabling Z39.50 Services for Relational Databases
Many data suppliers whose metadata and data are maintained in relational database management systems were having difficulty connecting to clearinghouses. Consequently, a need was identified to enable Z39.50 search and retrieval services for these relational database management systems.
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