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Catalog of OMG Domain Specifications

This page provides a catalog of OMG specifications. Specifications are listed alphabetically.

Description of Catalog Entries

Click here for a description of each field for specifications catalogued below.

Understanding Terms Used

In order to understand the various terms used to identify an OMG specification as it moves through its editing cycles, consult the OMG Specifications Tutorial


 
Specification Name: Air Traffic Control (ATC)
Description: Defines interfaces used for implementing ATC systems that follow the Model-View-Controller paradigm.
Domain: Transportation
Keywords: ATC, design patterns, failure, MVC, publish, recovery, subscribe
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Domain Technology Committee  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP
 
Specification Name: Alert Management Service (ALMAS)
Description: The domain of naval Combat Management Systems (CMS) is characterized by a huge variety of underlying computing platforms, with different and often incompatible means of managing and reporting alerts. Standards-based alert management services are essential for interoperable and open systems. This specification is a standard for ALert MAnagement Service (ALMAS) in CMS systems, consisting of a standard alerts data model and a model for an alert delivery and lifecycle management service.
Domain: Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence (C4I)
Keywords: alert, alert clients, alert instance, alert template, CMS, DCOM, event
Latest / past specifications:
Current version:  1.0 Past versions:  n/a
Related  Industry Standards: OASIS Common Alerting Protocol, v1.0, http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/download.php/6334/oasis-200402-cap-core-1.0.pdf
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Application Management and System Monitoring for CMS Systems (AMSM)
Description: This specification provides standardization of AMSM support for naval Combat Management Systems (CMS).
Domain: Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence (C4I)
Keywords: Application, Application Model, Application Specification, Configuration, Deployment Configuration, Executable Software Element, Executable Software Element Specification, Host, Node, Service Infrastructure, Software System, Software System Specification, System Infrastructure, System Topology, System Topology Specifications

Latest / past specifications:

Current version:  1.1 Past versions:  1.0
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, DDS V1.0, Lightweight Logging Service
Related  Industry Standards: [CIM] CIM Schema, DMTF, V2.9.0. 5 Jan, 2005. [CIMMOF] CIM 2.2 Specification, DMTF, 14 June 1999. (DSP0004). [CIMHTTP] CIM Operations over HTTP, DMTF, V1.1.6 January, 2003. (DSP0200). [CIMXML] Representation of CIM in XML, DMTF, V2.1.2 May, 2002. (DSP0201).[HPI] Hardware Platform Interface Specification, SA Forum, HPI-B-01.01 January, 2005. [REGEXP] Chapter 9, "Regular Expressions" of the Base Definitions volume of IEEE Std 1003.1-2001. [SNMP] Simple Network Management Protocol. [WBEM] The Web Based Enterprise Management Initiative. See the latest version available at http://www.dmtf.org/standards/wbem/. [XMLSchema] XML Schema,W3C Recommendation, 28 O
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:
 
Specification Name: Audio / Visual Streams (AVSTR)
Description: Standard interfaces that control and manage audio and video stream  exchanges with Quality of Service (QoS) constraints, where  stream is defined as a set of flows of data between objects, and a flow is a continuous sequence of frames in a clearly identified direction.
Domain: Telecommunications
Keywords: ATM, connection, device, flow, media, multimedia device interface, protocol, QoS, stream, token, virtual multimedia devices
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Telecommunications PSIG  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Property Service
Related  Industry Standards: IMA Recommended Practice, Multimedia Systems Services Part 1: Functional Specification; TINA Object Definition Language (TINA-ODL) MANUAL, PBL01

Specification Name: Bibliographic Query Service (BQS)
Description: Specification of interfaces that provide the ability to query a bibliographic repository for citations of a variety of document types, and retrieve the citation matching the query criteria.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: attributes, bibliography,  citation,  matching,  metadata, ordering, query, repository, research, search
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF       
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, BSA, Gene Expression, Genomic Maps, Naming Service, Property Service, Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms, Trading Service, XMI
Related  Industry Standards: Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, Version 1.1; Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names; ISO639; ISO3166; ISO8601

Specification Name: Bimolecular Sequence Analysis (BSA)
Description: Services for the analysis of biological macromolecular sequence data and associated information, including facilities for their representation, manipulation, and analysis.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: ambiguity code, coding sequence, expression, genetic code, Hidden Markov Model, HMM, profile, sequence, sequence assembly
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: BQS, CORBA/IIOP, Gene Expression, Genomic Maps, Life Cycle Service, Macromolecular StructureProperty Service, XMI
Related  Industry Standards: Genetic Codes (National Center for Biotechnology Information)


Specification Name: Business Motivation Model (BMM)
Description: The Business Motivation Model specification provides a scheme or structure for developing, communicating, and managing business plans in an organized manner. Specifically, the Business Motivation Model does all of the following: 

• It identifies factors that motivate the establishing of business plans.
• It identifies and defines the elements of business plans.
• It indicates how all these factors and elements inter-relate.

Among these elements are those that provide governance for and guidance to the business — Business Policies and Business Rules.

OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: Business Process Definition Metamodel (BPDM)
Description: BPDM provides the capability to represent and model business processes independent of notation or methodology, thus bringing these different approaches together into a cohesive capability. This is done using a "meta model"1 – a model of how to describe business processes – a kind of shared vocabulary of process with well defined connections between terms and concepts. This meta model captures the meaning behind the notations and technologies in a way that can help integrate them and leverage existing assets and new designs. The meta model behind BPDM uses the OMG "Meta Object Facility" (MOF) standard to capture business processes in this very general way and to provide an XML syntax for storing and transferring business process models between tools and infrastructures. Various tools, methods and technologies can then map their way to view, understand and implement processes to and through BPDM.
OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM)
Description: BPMM is intended for anyone interested or involved in improving an organization's business process related to their products and services - whether the products and services are for internal or external use. This includes members of appraisal teams, members of process engineering groups, managers, and professional staff. BPMM can be used as a process model by itself or it can be used as a framework for improvement efforts based on other models.
OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN)
Description: Business people are very comfortable with visualizing business processes in a flow-chart format. There are thousands of business analysts studying the way companies work and defining business processes with simple flow charts. This creates a technical gap between the format of the initial design of business processes and the format of the languages, such as BPEL4WS, that will execute these business processes. This gap needs to be bridged with a formal mechanism that maps the appropriate visualization of the business processes (a notation) to the appropriate execution format (a BPM execution language) for these business processes.

Interoperation of business processes at the human level, rather than the software engine level, can be solved with standardization of the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). BPMN provides a Business Process Diagram (BPD), which is a Diagram designed for use by the people who design and manage business processes. BPMN also provides a formal mapping to an execution language of BPM Systems (BPEL4WS). Thus, BPMN provides a standard visualization mechanism for business processes defined in an execution optimized business process language.

NOTE: The OMG specification begins with Version 1.1 as a previous 1.0 existed in industry.
OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: Chemical Structure and Access Representation (CSAR)
Description: CSAR is a set of specifications describing the management of molecular information, chemical structure access, and retrieval processes.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: acyclic bonds, aromaticity, atom, bit string, bond, charge, chiral, connection table, counterion, cyclic bonds, electrons, fingerprints, heteroatoms, Markush structure, molecule, orbital, query structure, radical, registerable structure, similarity search, spin state, stereochemistry, structural keys, substructure tautomer, valence
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: XMI
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Clinical Decision Support Service (CDSS)
Description: This specification specifies a platform-independent model (PIM) and a platform-specific model (PSM) for XML Web services that define the capabilities and interfaces of a DSS. These models fulfill the requirements specified in the normative sections of the HL7 DSS SFM while improving the simplicity and functional completeness of the service interface.
Domain: Healthcare
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0  Past versions: n/a
 
Specification Name: Clinical Observations Access Service (COAS)
Description: The Clinical Observations Access Service (COAS) specification is a set of interfaces and data structures with which a server can supply clinical observations. COAS provides a mechanism to allow for the retrieval of that clinical content via a set of established interfaces.  Effectively, COAS provides a generic retrieval capability and is independent of an information model. The forthcoming Retrieve, Locate, and Update Service (RLUS) specification will supersede COAS.  This is due to, among other issues, the absence of an information model and accepted industry constructs inhibiting marketplace adoption of COAS.  RLUS is explicitly requiring support for HL7 semantic content, while leaving open the possibility to support other information models. The computational aspects of COAS were analyzed and have been considered during the development of the RLUS RFP.
Domain: Healthcare
Keywords: access, client, coding scheme, LQS, PIDS, policy, server, Subject of Care
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Healthcare DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Event Service, Naming ServicePIDS, RAD, Trading Service
Related  Industry Standards:   

Specification Name: Computer Aided Design Services (CAD)
Description: Describes an interface standard for Mechanical Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems that enable the interoperability of CAD, Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) tools. The aim is to provide users of design and engineering systems the ability to seamlessly integrate, best-in-class, software across a wide variety of CAD/CAM and CAE applications through CORBA interfaces. These standard interfaces enable a distributed product design environment that includes a variety of CAD systems.
Domain: Manufacturing and Industrial Systems
Keywords: boundary representations, CAD, data translation, design, geometry, manufacturing, mechanical engineering, topology
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.2 Past versions
Contact Information:
Manufacturing Tech. and Ind. Systems DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, PDM EnablersProperty Service

Specification Name: Currency (CURR)
Description: Specifies a set of business objects and related abstractions as a proposed standard to support international currency.
Domain: Finance
Keywords: arithmetic, calculator, currency, exchange rate, money, rounding, security
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Finance DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Query Service, Relationship Service
Related  Industry Standards:   

Specification Name: Data Acquisition from Industrial Systems (DAIS)
Description: Support of efficient real time transfer of large amounts of data from an industrial process to a wide range of clients and support of discovery of parameters and update of parameter values.
Domain: Manufacturing and Industrial Systems
Keywords: Data Access Facility, Distribution Management System, Energy Management System, EPRI, PLC, RTU, SCADA, UMS
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.1 Past versions: 1.0
Contact Information:
Manufacturing Tech. and Ind. Systems DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Historical Data Acquisition from Industrial Systems, Utility Management Systems Data Access Facility
Related  Industry Standards: EPRI TR-106324; IEC standard 1346-1; IEC standard 61970 and 61970-30x.; OPC Alarm and events 1.02; OPC Data access version 2.03

Specification Name: Distributed Simulation Systems (DSS)
Description: A common technical framework facilitating the interoperability of all types of models and simulations among themselves and with command and control systems, as well as facilitating the reuse of modeling and simulation components.
Domain: Simulation
Keywords: High Level Architecture, HLA, simulation, federation
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 2.0 Past versions
Contact Information:
Manufacturing Tech. and Ind. Systems DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP
Related  Industry Standards: IEEE P1516.2

Specification Name: Gene Expression (GENE)
Description: A standard that addresses the representation of gene expression data and relevant annotations, as well as mechanisms for exchanging these data.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: array, background, biomaterial, biosequence cluster, cell line, channel, chip. cluster analysis, compound, error model, expression, image analysis, label, quantitation type, normalization, photolithography, probe, profile, protocol application, repeated measurement, replicate experiments, sequence, targe5t ,time series, virtual array
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.1 Past versions
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: BQS, BSACollection Service, Life Sciences Identifiers, Query Service, XMI
Related  Industry Standards: NCBI Taxonomy database, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Taxonomy/tax.html; World Wide Web Consortium.  2000. Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Second Edition); World Wide Web Consortium.  2000.  XML Schema

Specification Name: General Ledger (LEDG)
Description: Defines the interfaces and their semantics that are required to enable interoperability between General Ledger systems and accounting applications, as well as other distributed objects and applications for accounting purposes.
Domain: Finance
Keywords: accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, bookkeeping,  ledger, payroll
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Finance DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP
Related  Industry Standards: COMPASS; International Accounting Standards; ISO/IEC 10746-1-3; ISO/IEC JTC1/SC21

Specification Name: Genomic Maps (GMAPS)
Description: A standard for representing genomic maps and their contents.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: assignment, expressed sequence tag, genomic map, idiogram, linkage analysis
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Related OMG Specifications: BQS, BSA, CORBA/IIOP, Event Service, Lexicon Query Service, Macromolecular Structure, PIDS, Property Service, Query Service, Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms

Specification Name: Ground Equipment Management Service (GEMS)
Description: The intent of GEMS is to define a lightweight, easy-to-use interface model suitable for control and status of nearly all types of devices within space-related ground systems. In truth, these devices are not unique to space communications. Modern ground systems include many commercial devices such as networking devices and digital archive systems. While this specification focuses specifically on space applications, it is designed to apply to a broad range of devices.
Domain: Space
Keywords: Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS); General Command for Programmable Instrumentation (GCPI);  General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB); Simple Network Management Protocol (SNP); Space Link Extensions (SLE); Telemetry Tracking & Commanding (TT&C)
Latest / past specifications:
Current version:  1.2 - Beta 2 Past versions: 1.1
Contact Information:

Contact: GEMS DTF

Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:   

Specification Name: HData RESTful Transport (HData)
Description: This specification defines how the abstract hierarchical organization defined within the HRF specification is access and modified through a RESTful approach, using HTTP as the access protocol. It creates a unique mapping to a URL structure, and defines how HTTP verbs such as GET, PUT, DELETE, etc. affect the underlying information.
Domain: HL7
Finalization Information:
Status: 1.0 finalization underway Working Document: 1.0 Beta 1 Specification

Specification Name: Historical Data Acquisition from Industrial Systems (HDAIS)
Description: This specification defines a number of interfaces for a time series data management facility. The motivation is to enable integration between the various existing or emerging products that produce or consume historical data, such as: remote terminal units, process control units, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems that produce historical data to be recorded; maintenance and persistent storage systems that consume historical data (a historical data management facility); clients retrieving data for discovery, presentation and update; clients retrieving data for analysis and or input to calculations; and bridges to and from existing OPC Historical data services.
Domain: Manufacturing and Industrial Systems
Keywords: concurrency control, connection interfaces, DAIS, Energy Management System (EMS), EPRI Common Information Model (CIM), IO interfaces, OPC, Programmed Logic Controller (PLC), power system, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Remote Terminal Unit (RTU), SCADA, Utility Management System (UMS), Water Quality and Energy Management System (WQEMS)
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Manufacturing Tech. and Ind. Systems DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Data Acquisition from Industrial Systems, Utility Management Systems Data Access Facility, UML
Related  Industry Standards: IEC 61346-1, Structuring and Naming; IEC 61970; OLE for Process Control (OPC), XML

Specification Name: IT Portfolio Management Facility (ITPMF)
Description: This specification provides an Enterprise Organization Facility platform independent model and platform-specific interface specifications.  An enterprise organization structure consists of organizational entities and the relationships between them.  This facility is to allow applications the ability to define, navigate, and retrieve information defining an enterprise’s organizational structure.  This includes information about the organizational units that make up an enterprise, the human resources that belong to those organizational units, and the structure and relationships that connect them all together.
Domain: cross-domain
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Keywords: agreement, blob, communication connection, contact, context, control, dependency, deployable elements, date, event, information, interest, location, observation, party, platform, process, requirements, service, timestamp
Related OMG Specifications: CWM, MOFRAS, SPEM, UML, UML Profile for EAIUML Profile for EDOC, XMI
Related  Industry Standards: RM-ODP, W3C XML
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Identity Cross-Reference Service (IXS) 
Description: The scope of this specification is the interfaces, operations, and information structure required to uniquely identify various kinds of entities within disparate systems within a single enterprise and/or across a set of collaborating enterprises. These service interfaces are intended to be used within a healthcare setting, in which the security of data exchanges is both important and regulated by laws such as HIPAA in the United States.   
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0.1 Past versions: n/a
Domain: Health
See also: Retrieve, Locate, and Update Service (RLUS)
 
Specification Name: Laboratory Equipment Control Interface Specification (LECIS)
Description: LECIS defines a discrete state and communication model for laboratory devices.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: DCD, device capability dataset, event, macro command, registry, SLM, standard laboratory module, SCD, system capability dataset, task, task sequence controller, TSC, UNC, variable, workcell
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF        
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP
Related  Industry Standards: American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E1989-98, W3C XML

Specification Name: Lexicon Query Service (LQS)
Description: Specifies a set of common, read-only methods for accessing the content of medical terminology systems.
Domain: Healthcare
Keywords: association, blob, characteristic, coding scheme, concept, definition, lexical, naming authority, pick list, registration authority, role, source, target, terminology, usage
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Healthcare DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Trading Service
Related  Industry Standards: CEN ENV 12264: 1995; ISO 1087:1990; ISO/IEC 7826-1,-2 : 1994;  ISO/IEC 8824-1 (1994); Unified Medical Language System

Specification Name: Life Sciences Analysis Engine (LSAE)
Description: In the Life Sciences domains there are many computer methods for analyzing and deriving data. The goal of this specification is to describe how to access them in an interoperable way in a distributed environment. It includes the execution and control of computer methods (represented as applications, programs, processes, threads, or otherwise) and dealing with their inputs, output, and functionality. Particularly, it addresses: both synchronous and asynchronous invocation of the remote tools; the ability to transport data to and from the remote tools both in its entirety and in smaller chunks; and the ability to interact with the tools that has been already started.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: client-poll notification, controlling analysis execution, event, heartbeat, input and output data, Java, job state, metadata, percent progress, provider-defined events, step progress, time progress, web services
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: Event Service, Life Sciences Identifiers, Notification Service, Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms, XMI
Related  Industry Standards: Web Services Notification, http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/specification/ws-notification/
Web Services Basic Profile: http://www.ws-i.org/docs/charters/WSBasic_Profile_Charter1-1.pdf

Specification Name: Life Sciences Identifiers (LIS)
Description: This specification addresses the need for a standardized naming schema for biological entities in the Life Sciences domains, the need for a service assigning unique identifiers complying with such naming schema, and the need for a resolving service that specifies how to retrieve the entities identified by such naming schema from repositories.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: assignment, discovery, identifiers, Java, PSM, resolution, service, SOAP, web services
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: Gene Expression, Life Sciences Analysis Engine, Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms, XMI
Related  Industry Standards: International Standard for representation of dates and times
  http://www.iso.ch/iso/en/prods-services/popstds/datesandtime.html

Specification Name: Macromolecular Structure (MACSTR)
Description: The specification of appropriate interfaces for representing and accessing biological macromolecular structure data and associated information.
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: factory, Miller indices, phase calculations, space group, structure factor, temperature factor
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: BSA, CCMCORBA/IIOP, Genomic Maps, MOF, Property Service, Time Service

Specification Name: Management of Event Domains
Description: Specifies an architecture and interfaces for managing event domains (sets of one or more event channels that are grouped together for the purposes of management, and/or for providing enhanced capabilities to the clients of those channels such as improved scalability.)
OMG Cross Reference: CORBAservices Specifications

Specification Name: Metamodel for the Federal Transition Framework (FTF)
Description: This specification is designed to move the evolution of the Federal Transition Framework into the general community of the OMG (industrial, governmental, and academic). The initial standard is therefore based on the existing release of the Federal Transition Framework released by the President’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB). A key aspect of this specification is to move the FTF specification’s primary representation from an XML Schema representation to a Platform Independent Model (PIM) of the FTF semantics from which the XML Schema is derived as a Platform Specific Model (PSM). This opens the evolution of the FTF to its expression in multiple technologies (PSMs) going forward
Domain: Government
Keywords: Back Office Services Domain, Business Analytical Services Domain, Business Areas, Business Management Services Domain, Business Reference Model (BRM), Component Framework, Customer Services Domain, Data Reference Model (DRM), Digital Asset Services Domain, Government Resources Business Area, Measurement Areas, Measurement Indicators, Mode of Delivery, Performance Reference Model (PRM), Process Automation Services Domain, Service Access and Delivery, Service Component Reference Model (SRM), Service Interface and Integration, Service Platform and Infrastructure, Services Business Area, Services for Citizens, Support Delivery, Support Services Domain, Technical Reference Model (TRM)
Latest/Past specifications:      Current version: 1.0                                    Past versions:  n/a
Finalization Information:
Status: 1.1 revision underway Working Document: 1.0 Specification Contact:1.1 RTF
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Model for Performance-driven Government (MPG)
Description:

Specifies a model that provides a uniform basis for agencies within the U.S. Federal Government to represent, analyze, and report on their enterprise-level transformation activities. It specifies how key transformation elements such as segment architecture, performance architecture, and investment planning model content are to be represented. It supports repository maintenance of that content and the fundamental information required to meet transparency and accountability goals.

Domain: Government
Finalization Information:
Status: 1.0 finalization underway Working Document: 1.0 Beta 2 Specification
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: n/a Past versions: n/a

Specification Name: Model Driven Message Interoperability (MDMI)
formerly known as Conversion Models for Payment Message Standards)
Description: Provides a declarative, model driven mechanism to perform message transformation - not only to handle the movement of data between different message formats, but also to create a versioning mechanism so that new version of a message can be mapped to older version, thereby reducing the barriers that prevent the introduction of new versions of messages and greatly reducing the cost of change.
OMG Cross Reference: Modeling Specifications
 
Specification Name: Negotiation Facility (NEG)
Description: Specifies an architecture comprised of specifications that relate to the OMG-compliant interfaces for distributed electronic commerce systems.
Domain: Electronic Commerce
Keywords: abstract, active, agency, collaboration, composition, containment, delegation, DOM, encounter, engagement, framework,  jurisdiction,  resource, role,   template, transition, user
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Business Modeling and Integration DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Notification Service, Task and Session
Related  Industry Standards: W3C DOM

Specification Name: OMG Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML)
Description: The OMG Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™) is a general-purpose graphical modeling language for specifying, analyzing, designing, and verifying complex systems that may include hardware, software, information, personnel, procedures, and facilities. In particular, the language provides graphical representations with a semantic foundation for modeling system requirements, behavior, structure, and parametrics, which is used to integrate with other engineering analysis models. SysML represents a subset of UML 2.0 with extensions needed to satisfy the requirements of the UML for Systems Engineering RFP. SysML uses the OMG XML Metadata Interchange (XMI®) to exchange modeling data between tools.
Domain: Systems Engineering
Keywords: Consult SysML Glossary located within http://docs.omg.org/ad/06-03-04.pdf
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.2 Past versions: 1.1
Practitioner Certification:
OCSMP (OMG-Certified Systems Modeling Professional)

http://www.omg.org/ocsmp/

Contact Information:
Systems Engineering DSIG  
Revision Information:
Status: 1.3 revision underway Contact: SysML 1.3 RTF
Related OMG Specifications: UML, XMI
OMG Cross Reference: Modeling and Metadata Specifications UML Profile Specifications
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Party Management Facility (PARTY)
Description: Provides interfaces that allow external users (people, application programmers, or other systems) to access and manipulate party related information in a consistent and well-defined manner.
Domain: Finance
Keywords: contact information, containment,  party, PMF, property, role
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Finance DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Externalization Service, Life Cycle Service, Naming Service, Property Service, Time Service, Trading Service, Transaction Service

Specification Name: Person Identification Service (PIDS)
Description: This specification defines the interfaces that organizes person ID management functionality to meet healthcare needs. It is a specification of a Person Identification Service with UML models and a complete specification in CORBA IDL.  This includes most of the functions for managing a patient identity.  The traits of an identity in this specification used the HL7 v2.3 and the vCard specifications. PIDS  has been used as a primary source for many of the ideas in the forthcoming Entity Identification Service (EIS) specification. (EIS can be seen as bringing PIDS up to date, although the additional “Entity” abstraction provides for additional flexibility of use.)
Domain: Healthcare
Keywords: bind, CPR, EMPI, federation, identifier, identity, MPI, matching, naming authority
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.1 Past versions1.0
Contact Information:
Healthcare DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: COASCORBA/IIOP, Naming Service, RAD, Trading Service
Related  Industry Standards: HL7; ASTM E1239; ASTM E1714; ASTM E1385; ASTM E1715

Specification Name: Phenotype and Genotype Object Model (PAGE-OM)
Description: Specifies the rational and functional segmentation of genotype-phenotype information into sub-components that are operationally distinct (the high-level objects in the model) and lays out the natural inter-relationships between these components.
Domain: Life Sciences
Keywords: allele , anatomic location,  assay set,  assembly, association study, block ,category,  CDS, contributor, correlation experiment, cytogenetic,  derivation methods, Db xref, consensus, disease, disease Category, environment, exon, frequency Set, functional change, gene based, genomic, genotype, haplotype, heterozygosity, individual, landmark , location, map, methodology, method observation, molecular sample, neighbor variation, observable feature, observation, oligo, ordered location, ordered map, panel, phenotype, physical map, population, product change, residue change, sequence, sequence map, structural change, taxon, target observation, variation
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:   

Specification Name: PIM and PSM for Smart Antenna (smartant)
Description: This Specification supports a smart antenna subsystem that can be utilized for expanding a single antenna system to array antenna system. The Smart Antenna specification is physically partitioned into three major chapters: UML Profile for Smart Antenna (SA), SA PIM, and SA PSM. UML Profile for SA defines a language for modeling a smart antenna system by expanding the UML language. SA PIM provides a set of interfaces for interfacing with the signal processing module, RF module, and controller module. SA PSM provides a rule for transforming the elements of the Profile and SA PIM into the platform specific model for CORBA IDL and XML. The SA specification is related to "Communication Channel and Equipment Specification (formal/07-03-02)" volume in such a way that stereotypes and class that have not been commented in the SA specification are defined in it.
Domain: Software-based Communications
Keywords: component, direction of arrival (DOA), digital signal processor (DSP), facility, field programmable gate array (FPGA), general purpose processor (GPA), input/output (I/O), radio frequency (RF), smart antenna (SA), software defined radio (SDR)
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions : n/a
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA, CORBA/e, OCL, Real-time CORBA, UML, UML Profile for CORBA, UML Profile for Software Radio
OMG Cross Reference: UML Profile Specifications
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:   

Specification Name: Platform Independent Model (PIM) & Platform Specific Model (PSM) for Super Distributed Objects (SDO)
Description: This specification abstracts existing resource interconnection technologies into a higher layer, define their information, and computational models in the layer, and make objects defined the models interoperable. It does not address access control or security aspects.
OMG Cross Reference: Embedded Intelligence Specifications

Specification Name: Product Data Management Enablers (PDME)
Description: Standard interfaces to Product Data Management systems, or other systems providing similar services, from other manufacturing software systems.
Domain: Manufacturing and Industrial Systems
Keywords: change management, configuration management, document management, effectivity, PDM, product structure definition, STEP
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.3 Past versions : n/a
Contact Information:
Manufacturing Tech. and Ind. Systems DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, CAD Services, Life Cycle ServicePLM Services, Property Service, Query Service, Relationship Service, Security Service, Time Service, Transaction ServiceWorkflow
Related  Industry Standards: ISO 10303-21:1994(E), ISO 10303-41:1994(E), ISO 10303-44:1994(E), ISO 10303-203:1994(E), ISO 10303-214 Committee Draft 2, 1997, WFMC-TC-1003, 29-Nov-94, 1.1, RM-ODP, SEMATECH Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Application Framework Specification 1.3
 
Specification Name: Product Lifecycle Management Services (PLM)
Description: This specification defines a Platform Independent Model (PIM) for Product Lifecycle Management Services. Its informational model is derived from the ISO 10303-214 STEP model by an EXPRESS-X mapping specification and a EXPRESS-to-XMI mapping process. The functional model is derived from the OMG PDM Enablers V1.3. The specification defines a Platform Specific Model (PSM) applicable to the Web Services implementation defined by a WSDL specification, with a SOAP Binding, and a XML Schema specification.
Domain: Manufacturing and Industrial Systems
Keywords: abstract class, abstraction, action, action sequence, action state, activation, EXPRESS, MDA, schema, STEP, web services, WSDL
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 2.1 Past versions: 2.0
Related OMG Specifications: MOFPDM Enablers, UMLXMI
Related  Industry Standards: ISO 10303-11:1994; ISO 10303-14:2001; ISO CD 10303-25:2003; ISO TS 10303-28: 2002; ISO 10303-203:2000; ISO 10303-214:2000; ISO 10303-232:2001; ISO/IEC 10746,  W3C XML Schema, W3C WSDL
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Production Rule Representation (PRR)
Description: This specification provides a standard production rule representation that is compatible with rule engine vendors' definitions of production rules. It can be used for interchange of business rules amongst rule modeling tools (and other tools that support rule modeling as a function of some other task). • It provides a standard production rule representation that is readily mappable to business rules, as defined by business rule management tool vendors. • It provides a standard production rule definition that supports and encourages system vendors to support production rule execution. • It provides an OMG MDA PIM model with a high probability of support at the PSM level from the contributing rule engine vendors and others, and can be included to add production rule capabilities to other OMG metamodels. • It provides examples of how the OMG UML can be used to support production rules in a standardized and useful way. • It provides a standard production rule representation that can be used as the basis for other efforts such as the W3C Rule Interchange Format and a production rule version of RuleML.
OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: Property and Casualty Information Models (PC)
Description: This specification addresses the data management needs of the Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance community. It uses OMG’s Model Driven Architecture principles and related standards (http://www.omg.org/mda/). Also, this specification uses existing P&C industry standards (e.g., IBM’s IAA) as a source for the P&C Business Glossary and associated models. The scope for this initiative includes the U.S.P&C marketplace data for the core Party, Policy, and Claims Subject Areas. Additional data models have been included to sub-types and roles and to further describe the major entity concepts of Accounts and Agreements, Assessments, Events, and Money.
Domain: Finance
Finalization Information:
Status: 1.0 finalization underway Working Document: 1.0 Beta 1

Specification Name: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Description: This specification describes interfaces, constants, and constructs for interacting with a PKI through CORBA objects.
Domain: Electronic Commerce
Keywords: authority, CA, certificate, CRL, key,  registration, RA, repository 
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Business Modeling and Integration DTF         
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP

Specification Name: Records Management Services (RMS)
Description:

 

 

 

 

 

This specification provides models for software services to support management activities for electronic records. Following the OMG MDA framework, models are provided that describe the platform independent model (PIM) which defines the business domain of Records Management and the RM services to be provided. Three technology-specific implementations are specified: 1. PSM-1 - Web Services definition for Records Management Services in Web Service Description Language (WSDL). This is actually supplied as ten WSDL files; one for each Records Management Service. 2. PSM-2 - A Records Management Service XSD. The XSD is for use in creating XML files for import/export of Managed Records from compliant environments and to use as a basis for forming XQuery/XPath statements for the query service. 3. PSM-3 - An Attribute Profile XSD. The XSD is for capturing and communicating attribute profiles to permit flexible attribution of certain types of Records Management Objects.
Domain: Government
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a

Specification Name: Reference Metamodel for the EXPRESS Information Modeling Language (EXPRESS)
Description:

The purpose of this specification is to provide a common basis for communication among tools that create or compile EXPRESS models, analyze them, and/or map them to various forms of implementation specifications. It is also intended to serve as a basis for the definition of formal standard mappings to other modeling and implementation languages.

Domain: Space
Latest / past specifications:
Current version:   1.0 Past versions: n/a

Specification Name: Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF)
Description: The Requirements Interchange Format described in this specification defines an open, non-proprietary exchange format. Requirement information is exchanged by transferring XML documents that comply to the ReqIF format.
Latest / past specifications:
Current version:   1.0 .1 Past versions: n/a
 
Specification Name: Resource Access Decision (RAD)
Description: The Resource Access Decision (RAD) Facility is a mechanism for obtaining authorization decisions and administrating access decision policies. It enables a common way for an application to request and receive an authorization decision. The facility is intended to be used by security-aware applications.
Domain: Healthcare
Keywords: access decision, administrative view, healthcare, policy, RAD, resource
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Healthcare DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: COASCORBA/IIOP, PIDS, Security Service
Related  Industry Standards: HL7; ASTM E1239; ASTM E1714; ASTM E1385; ASTM E1715

Specification Name: Retrieve, Locate, and Update Service (RLUS) 
Description: This web service specification seeks to define, at a service level, appropriate interfaces to locate, retrieve, and update resources among and between healthcare organizations. It is not intended to replace existing systems or implementations, but to create an interface standard for a service-oriented layer to expose those healthcare assets and resources within an organization that are needed to meet business or medical needs. 
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0.1 Past versions: n/a
Domain: Health
See also: Identity Cross-Reference Service (IXS)

Specification Name: Robotic Localization Service (RLS)
Description: This specification defines a localization service that can handle data and usages specific to use in robotics. It includes a platform-independent model (PIM) as well as a mapping of this PIM to platform-specific models (PSM) defined by C++.
Domain: Robotics Software Development
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
 
Revision Information:
Status: 1.1 revision underway Working Document:
Version 1.1 - Beta 2
 
Related Industry Standards: [ISO19103] International Organization for Standardization, Geographic information -- Conceptual schema language, 2005; [ISO19107] International Organization for Standardization, Geographic information -- Spatial schema, 2003; [ISO19111] International Organization for Standardization, Geographic information -- Spatial referencing by coordinates, 2007; [ISO19115] International Organization for Standardization, Geographic information – Metadata, 2003; [PER] International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector, Specification of Packed Encoding Rules (PER), ITU-T Rec. X.691 (2002) / ISO/IEC 8825-2:2002

Specification Name: Robotic Technology Component (RTC)
Description: This specification defines a component model and certain important infrastructure services applicable to the domain of robotics software development. It includes a Platform-Independent Model (PIM) expressed in UML and Platform-Specific Models (PSMs) expressed in OMG IDL.
Domain: Robotics Software Development
Keywords: basic types, components, execution semantics, introspection, literal specifications, modes of operation, periodic, sampled data, stimulus response
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Robotics DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Lightweight CCM, SDO, UML
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:

Specification Name: Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules (SBVR)
Description: The SBVR specification is designed to support interchange of business vocabularies and rules among organizations. SBVR is conceptualized optimally for business people and designed to be used for business purposes independent of information systems designs. It is also intended to provide the business vocabulary and business rules underpinned by First Order Predicate Logic for transformations by IT staff into information system designs.  Note that, in most cases, such transformations will not be fully automated; there will be many options for information system design, with decisions required from system architects and PIM modelers.
OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: Shared Operational Picture Exchange Services (SOPES) Information Exchange Data Model (IEDM)
Description: The objective of the combined SOPES + IEF capability will be the specification an architecture-driven, policy-enforced Information environment that enables shared situational awareness and empowering decision support through an interoperable operating environment. The resulting specifications will enable ECM alerting, response, consultation, collaboration, command, control and communications capability which are expected to evolve over time and adapt to community information and knowledge sharing needs. The specifications will enable individual communities and/or organizations to tailor solutions to their own legislated mandate, policies, and practices.
Domain: c4i
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
 
Specification Name: Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP)
Description: This specification addresses the need for a standardized data exchange format for Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) entities in the Life Sciences domains. As a result of recent advances in SNPs research, a large amount of experimental data has been accumulating. Standardization is required to facilitate exchanging these data and developing interoperable systems for managing and analyzing them. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are common
Domain: Life Sciences Research
Keywords: Assay, Bibliographic References, Frequency, Haplotype, Identifiable, Individual, Map, MDA, Sequence, Translation.
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Life Sciences Research DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: Bibliographic Query Service, Genomic Maps, Life Sciences Analysis Engine, Life Sciences Identifiers, XMI

Specification Name: Space Operations Language Metamodel (SOLM)

Description:

This specification defines a meta-model  for representing spacecraft operations procedures.  These procedures contain sequences of instructions to conduct spacecraft operations, typically consisting of spacecraft commands and spacecraft telemetry comparisons.  These procedures may also include the configuration of ground equipment, configuration of spacecraft test equipment, execution of ground testing, and execution of on-orbit testing.  Historically, these procedures have been captured in flowcharts, text manuals, and a number of different scripting languages used for ground station automation.  A standard meta-model to represent spacecraft operations procedures will facilitate the transfer of procedures between the spacecraft vendor and the spacecraft operator, as well as allow for maintenance and transfer of the procedures across different ground systems employed over the lifetime of the spacecraft. 
Domain: Space
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 - Beta 1 Past versions: n/a
 
Specification Name: Surveillance User Interface (SURV)
Description: Specifies standard interfaces for a surveillance component, to be useful in Air Traffic Control systems, constructed within an architecture that enables the building of new surveillance processing systems. These surveillance processing systems will interface with neighboring surveillance processing systems.
Domain: Transportation
Keywords: ARTAS, ASTERIX, ATC, Field Extension Indicator, Field Reference Number, Field Repetition Indicator, Field Specification System, Identification Coder,  ICAO, Radar Systems Specialist Panel, Radar Tracker And Server, Scaling factor, System Area Code 
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP
Related  Industry Standards: Eurocontrol, Radar Surveillance in En-Route Airspace and Major Terminal Areas , Edition 1.0 from March 1997, SUR.ET1.ST01.1000-STD-01-01

Specification Name: SysML-Modelica (SyM)
Description:

The objective of this document is to provide a bi-directional mapping between SysML and Modelica to leverage the benefits from both languages. By integrating SysML and Modelica, SysML's strength in descriptive modeling can be combined with Modelica's DAE solving capability to support analyses and trade studies. The scope of this specification supports the objectives of the bi-directional mapping, and includes the SysML4Modelica profile, and the SysML-Modelica Transformation. Not all Modelica constructs will be represented in this profile. The focus is to include the Modelica language features that are most common and together cover the majority of the Modelica models in the standard library. When certain Modelica constructs are omitted, this will be pointed out explicitly in this document. In the future, it may be desirable to introduce additional SysML constructs into the Modelica Language or additional Modelica constructs in the SysML language; however, this is outside the scope of the current effort.

Finalization Information:
Status: 1.0 finalization underway Working Document: 1.0 Revised Submission
 
Specification Name: Systems Modeling Language (SysML)
OMG Cross Reference: OMG Systems Modeling Language

Specification Name: TACSIT Controller Interface for CMS Systems
Description: The TACSIT component is the software that provides users awareness of entities in the operational space relative to a certain geo-spatial context. 
Finalization Information:
Status: 1.0 finalization underway Working Document: 1.0 Revised Submission Contact: TACSIT_FTF
 
Specification Name: Task and Session (TSKSES)
Description: This specification defines cooperative components that form a framework representing the basic model for users of distributed systems.
Domain: cross-domain
Keywords: business object, desktop, iterator, message, person, process,  resource, session, task, user, workspace
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Business Modeling and Integration DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Collection ServiceLife Cycle Service, Naming Service, Notification Service, Property ServiceTransaction Service
Related  Industry Standards:   

Specification Name: Telecom Service & Access Subscription (TSAS)
Description: A set of interfaces providing the domain facilities through which network operators can offer third party enterprises secure access to the capabilities of a network. Capabilities such as call control and user location can be offered (through their own interfaces) or by third party value-added services and solutions.
Domain: Telecommunications
Keywords: access control, authentication, call control,  cancel, discovery, end user, SCM, service assess, Service Contract Management, service provider,  session, subscriber,  subscription, user location
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.0 Past versions: n/a
Contact Information:
Telecommunications PSIG        
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP

Specification Name: UML Profile for Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)
Description: Provides a  metadata interchange standard for information about accessing application interfaces. The goal is to simplify application integration by standardizing application metadata for invoking and translating application information.
OMG Cross Reference: UML Profile Specifications

Specification Name: UML Profile for Enterprise Distributed Object Computing (EDOC)
Description: The vision of the EDOC Profile is to simplify the development of component based EDOC systems by means of a modeling framework, based on UML 1.4 and conforming to the OMG Model Driven Architecture. EDOC is composed of seven specifications: (1) Enterprise Collaboration Architecture (ECA); (2) Metamodel and UML Profile for Java and EJB; (3) Flow Composition Model (FCM); (4) UML Profile for Patterns; (5) UML Profile for ECA; (6) UML Profile for Meta Object Facility; and (7) UML Profile for Relationships
OMG Cross Reference: UML Profile Specifications

Specification Name: UML Profile for Software Radio (also referred to as PIM & PSM for Software Radio Components)
Description: This specification supports the ability to develop waveforms, which promotes the portability of waveforms across Software Defined Radios (SDR). The terms Software Radio and Software Defined Radio are used to describe radios that are implemented with strong emphasis on software.
OMG Cross Reference: UML Profile Specifications

Specification Name: UML Profile for Voice
Description: This specification addresses the standardization of dialog models used in voice-based applications in a platform-independent way. More precisely, this RFP solicits proposals for the following: (1.)  A MOF metamodel to describe platform independent concepts to model voice dialogs; and (2.) A UML profile to describe the usage of the UML notation when modeling voice dialogs.
OMG Cross Reference: UML Profile Specifications
 
Specification Name: Unified Profile for the Dept. of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) and the Ministry of Defence Architecture Framework (MODAF)
Acronym UPDM
Description: This specification defines a set of UML and optional SysML stereotypes and model elements and associations. This specification documents the language architecture in terms of the parts of UML 2 that are reused and the extensions to UML 2 and SysML. The specification includes the concrete syntax (notation) for the complete language. The reusable protion of the UML 2 and SysML specification are not included directly in the specification but are included by reference. The specification also provides an example of how the language can be used to represent a UPDM 2.0 architecture. 
Domain: c4i
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 2.0 Past versions  1.1

Specification Name: Utility Management Systems Data Access Facility (UMS)
Description: This specification provides interfaces for obtaining the analysis data (both inputs and results) from a UMS on a read-only basis. This includes information describing a real or simulated state of the system together with the system’s physical model data.
Domain: Manufacturing and Industrial Systems
Keywords: data access, data provider,  Distribution Management System, DMS, Energy Management System, EMS, EPRI CIM, power system, PLC, RDF, RTU, SCADA, UMS, WQEMS
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 2.0.1 Past versions
Contact Information:
Mfg Tech and Industrial Systems DTF  
Related OMG Specifications: CORBA/IIOP, Data Acquisition from Industrial Systems, Event Service, Historical Data Acquisition from Industrial Systems, Naming Service
Related  Industry Standards: EPRI Technical Report TR-106324; Resource Description Framework (RDF):  Model and Syntax Specification, Schema Specification; Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI): Generic Syntax
 
Specification Name: Workflow Management Facility
Description: Standard interfaces for workflow execution control, monitoring, and interoperability between workflows defined and managed independently of each other. The interfaces are based on a model of workflow objects, which includes their relationships and dependencies with requesters, assignments, and resources.
OMG Cross Reference: Business Modeling Specifications

Specification Name: XML Telemet<<,,,ric and Command Exchange (XTCE)
Description: This is a standard specification to define an information model for spacecraft telemetry and commanding data. This specification is crucial to the general standardization of the telemetry and commanding area.
Domain: Space
Keywords: Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV), Central Telemetry and Command Unit (CTCU), health and safety, Launch and Early Orbit Phase (LEOP), Mission Information Base (MIB), Portable Satellite Simulator (PSS), Packet Utilization Standard (PUS), payload interfaces, Remote Telemetry and Command Unit (RTCU), satellite, Spacecraft Thermal Vacuum (SCTV), Spacecraft Control and Operations System (SCOS), Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), XML Schema, X-Ray Multi Mirror (XMM)
Latest / past specifications:
Current version: 1.1 Past versions: 1.0
Contact Information:
Space DTF  
Related  Industry Standards: CCSDS 102.0-B-4, CCSDS 203.0-B-1, ECSS-E-70-41, S2K-MCS-ICD-0001-TOS-GCI, 
  W3C XML Schema 
Most recent IPR and Implementation questionnaire responses:


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