Interoperability Profiles for Disaster Management and Maritime Surveillance

Gencturk, Mert
Duro, Refiz
Kabak, Yildiray
Bozic, Bojan
Kahveci, Kubilay
Yilmaz, Burcu
Nowadays, many different Command and Control (C2) Systems and Sensor order to manage disasters effectively and achieve powerful surveillance, it is essential for C2 and Sensor Systems to cooperate and exchange timely available, reliable and intelligible information. Although globally accepted standards are used commonly in C2 and Sensor domains, there is no single specification of using these standards together for cooperation of disparate systems, which creates a crucial interoperability challenge. To address this challenge, profiling is a practical approach to achieve how profiling approach can address the interoperability challenge among C2 and Sensor Systems, and present 13 identified profiles to be used by organizations with their C2 and Sensor Systems in disaster management and maritime surveillance activities.


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M. Gencturk, R. Duro, Y. Kabak, B. Bozic, K. Kahveci, and B. Yilmaz, “Interoperability Profiles for Disaster Management and Maritime Surveillance,” 2015, p. 0, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: