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Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 13 Mar 2010 17:57
por Alí Bei
Navegando por la web del ISN de Zurich he encontrado esta referencia a un documento sobre la inteligencia de la OTAN...

http://www.isn.ethz.ch/isn/Digital-Libr ... 988&lng=en

Re: Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 13 Mar 2010 18:04
por Endovelicus
Gracias Marc Vidal :D

Re: Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 13 Mar 2010 18:07
por Alí Bei
Es un placer, Endovelicus.

Re: Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 15 Jul 2012 23:53
por kilo009
Artículo interesante donde hace un simil entre inteligencia de la OTAN y su igual en España, en este caso entre CNI y CIFAS, y algunas otras cuestions de interés, de las que ya hemos hablado en este Foro. Página 47

http://www.portalcultura.mde.es/Galeria ... gencia.pdf

Re: Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 31 Ene 2013 20:00
por kilo009
Para quien interese:

Secretary General's Annual Report 2012
http://www.nato.int/cps/en/SID-160CCCFD ... _94220.htm

http://www.nato.int/nato_static/assets/ ... 012_en.pdf
Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance (JISR)
Providing “the right information to the right person at the
right time” during a military operation is a challenging
task. In 2012, a new JISR initiative was launched to help
coordinate the gathering, analysis and dissemination of
information. It will use information gathered by the Alliance Ground Surveillance system and other ISR assets
in support of Alliance operations, integrating operations
and intelligence.
This will permit the coordinated collection, processing,
dissemination and sharing within NATO of ISR material, in
direct support of current and future operations.
Based upon a proposal in April by eight Allies to rectify
shortfalls in the JISR domain identified during operations in
Afghanistan and Libya, an enduring NATO JISR capability
was subsequently affirmed at the Chicago Summit as one
of the Alliance’s most critical capability needs. In June,
a technical trial was organised in Norway to test the
connectivity of surveillance systems from 17 Allies. The
findings of this trial are guiding further work on the JISR
initiative that will be pursued into 2013.

Re: Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 19 Abr 2014 04:30
por david fontalvo
Alí Bei escribió:Navegando por la web del ISN de Zurich he encontrado esta referencia a un documento sobre la inteligencia de la OTAN...

http://www.isn.ethz.ch/isn/Digital-Libr ... 988&lng=en


Re: Inteligencia de la OTAN

Publicado: 29 May 2014 21:50
por kilo009
Inteligencia militar, ejercicio de la OTAN en Noruega, participa España:
Unified Vision 2014

More than just information gathering

Giving commanders the edge

“Sir, hundreds of refugees are crossing the border now...” All of a sudden, the line goes dead. You switch your attention to reports coming in on terrorist activity spreading along the coast, but no coordinates are given. What do you do?

You are a NATO commander. Floods of refugees are creating a humanitarian crisis and, in a neighbouring country, terrorists are fuelling tension in a potentially explosive situation that could destabilise the region. Unidentified troops have been reported by refugees and you are concerned about their intentions. All the components of a conflict are there. And you must decide what to do. Right now.

In the heat of the action, getting the right information to the right person at the right time can be a life and death issue. But that is a complex process. It means being able to piece together information from different platforms and analysing it to give commanders the edge, in the field, to make critical decisions while protecting their troops and civilians.

Unified Vision 2014

Luckily, this is not a real-life situation, but it could be. It is NATO’s biggest ever trial of Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JISR), comprising satellites, aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, naval vessels, ground sensors and human intelligence from 18 NATO Allies.

Unified Vision 2014 (UV14) is taking place in Norway from 18-28 May and aims to test NATO’s ability to gather information and fuse intelligence from multiple sources – from space, in the air, on land and at sea – at different stages of a crisis. In the scenario, the crisis is initially local and then it gradually escalates into a full-blown international conflict. All the while, very different ISR capabilities are expected to perform in testing situations, stretching their ability to function properly in complex environments.

“This is the most ambitious trial we have ever done, bringing together the largest array of surveillance technology, equipment and personnel over a 10-day period. Instead of conducting our interoperability assessment in a lab, we have created a demanding operational environment to test the ability of our sensors, architecture and procedures to deliver intelligence capable of driving operations in the field. Many of these capabilities will be resident for the 2016 NATO Response Force and will facilitate the Alliance’s ability to quickly react to contingencies”, explained U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Matt Biewer, UV14 Trial Manager.

Capabilities put to the test

After the shortfalls observed during the NATO-led Operation Unified Protector in Libya in 2011, improving NATO’s ability to coordinate and deploy Allied ISR capability is crucial. In February 2014, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen stated,

“Through our operations, including Libya and Afghanistan, we have identified the areas where our capabilities do not go far enough or too few countries have them. Libya revealed shortfalls in precision-guided munitions; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets; and experts trained to interpret the data they provide. Work has been ongoing, but the economic crisis has not made it any easier. So we need to take a long hard look at the most effective way to work together to close those gaps.”

UV14 is testing doctrine, organisation, training, materiel, leadership, personnel, facilities and interoperability, with the aim of helping NATO to quickly process, exploit and disseminate information to commanders in action. Assets being used include equipment such as the Predator, Global Hawk, Hunter, Raven, Puma, NATO’s AWACS aircraft, a naval corvette and raccoon reconnaissance vehicles.

Techniques are also being introduced to provide even more intelligence such as identity intelligence – i.e. using special techniques to find terrorists in dense areas.

UV14 – a stepping stone to a fully functioning JISR capability

The trial will allow analysts to “fuse” ISR products derived from all of these different sources, be they imagery, communications, human or even open source, which are provided from across the 18 participating countries. Allies are also developing their ISR assets and, through UV14, are working side by side to test their equipment and their ability to work together. Rather than inundating commanders with information from different sources, the aim is to provide them with a common picture derived from multinational assets so that they can make informed decisions at any one time.

The ultimate objective of the trial is to suggest improvements that will bring NATO closer to increasing the readiness of the NATO Response Force (NRF) 2016 and to delivering a Joint ISR Initial Operational Capability, which it aims to achieve end 2016.

A few facts and figures

-UV14 is being held at Ørland Main Air Station, Norway, where Unified Vision 2012 was also hosted.
-There are approximately 2000 participants from 18 member countries: Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
-Australia is also participating as part of the Trial’s Assessment Team, while both Sweden and Finland are contributing observers.
-Other participants include: Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems (BICES) – providing trial network infrastructure; Combined Federated Battle Laboratories Network (CFBLNet) – providing trial network infrastructure; Multi-Intelligence All-source Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Interoperability Coalition 2 (MAJIIC2) – providing JISR capability packages and JISR Tactics, Techniques and Procedures.
http://www.europapress.es/internacional ... 04942.html