The Web-enabled Temporal Analysis System (WebTAS) Enterprise is a Government Off The Shelf (GOTS), platform-independent suite of tools that supports the integration, visualization, analysis, and production of actionable information across multiple data sources, user communities, and missions. It is an accredited framework that accelerates development and deployment of mission applications as well as provides out-of-the box user capabilities.
Designed with the user in mind, WebTAS Enterprise offers a fully customizable experience to provide decision makers with exactly—and only—the components and services needed. The fully composable Capability Toolkit, comprised of several mission applications with over fifteen years of proven operational success, allows for new solutions to be rapidly constructed and fielded. Furthermore, WebTAS Enterprise supports multiple client and server architectures, allowing for immediate compliance with an organization’s unique computing requirements.
Currently WebTAS Enterprise is operated by a diverse customer base across several communities and domains.
- Uniform access to multiple external data sources
- Flexible data infrastructure and spontaneous database creation
- Sophisticated data query and visualization capabilities
- Reporting tools for data management
- Robust security and auditing capabilities
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Web-enabled Temporal Analysis
The Web-enabled Temporal Analysis System (WebTAS)® provides integration, visualization, analysis, and production of actionable information across disparate data sources, user communities, and missions. Designed with the user in mind, WebTAS provides a customizable user experience and robust analytics for decision makers to make a difference. This collection of proven software used to rapidly construct and field new solutions is operated by numerous customers across diverse communities and domains.
Warfighter Tactical Analysis
Air Force National-Tactical Integration (AFNTI) WebTAS is a dynamic, all-source intelligence analysis tool that expedites the production of actionable intelligence for the warfighter. It provides analysts around the globe with connection to multiple data sources to provide a complete all-source intelligence picture.
WebTAS is an operational system deployed at the major maritime intelligence centers. ISS worked closely with all of these intelligence centers to develop a standardized maritime Enterprise Intelligence Framework (EIF). This provides common underlying technology, domain, and business processes while maintaining flexibility at the individual sites.
Situational Awareness Analysis
The Operations Team of the Counter-Rocket, Artillery and Mortar (C-RAM) Program Directorate leveraged WebTAS to function as the C-RAM Knowledge Management System (KMS). The multifaceted requirements focused on event reporting, situation awareness, systems configuration management, system performance analysis, and developing enablers that permit the combatant commander and staff to analyze the battlefield and focus their operations in such a manner as to deny an enemy the opportunity to conduct indirect fire (IDF). During this period of performance, WebTAS was fielded at numerous C-RAM Battery locations throughout Iraq and at the program office located at Redstone Arsenal, AL. Using WebTAS, warfighters in Iraq were responsible for IDF event reporting and reporting of system performance during engagements. These reports and storyboards generated from WebTAS would then stimulate an analysis and reporting process at the program office. WebTAS is still used for reporting IDF event activity and compiling data used for Congressional reporting.
In addition to supporting the C-RAM Operations Team, WebTAS has been leveraged by the C-RAM Logistics Support Team to advance the PMO’s situational awareness of logistical activities by providing users with the ability to exploit C-RAM’s widespread, multi-source, and disparate logistical data in one consistent environment.
Common Operational Picture
The charter of DIA Office of Counterintelligence (OCI) called for the creation of a counterintelligence common operational picture (CICOP) designed to support CI professionals at all echelons by providing actionable information, consolidating and sharing relevant data, synchronizing CI activities, identifying information gaps, and facilitating effects-based analysis. The ultimate goal of the CICOP is to consolidate all available intelligence, counterterrorism, law enforcement, homeland security, and open-source information in support of CI operations, investigations, collection, and analysis. The CICOP has been designed through interagency collaboration efforts and provides a comprehensive view of the DoD’s global counterintelligence posture by displaying Blue Force (friendly) assets and capabilities alongside Red Force (adversarial) information.