Over the past four years, RJD has developed a number of system engineering architectural methodologies to assist the national security community to better understand, analyse and manage complex, multi-dimensional problems.
The RJD Evolutionary Systems Engineering and Architecture Model, or RESEArch© as it is known, builds a scalable, repeatable and multi-dimensional representation of the customer’s problem space, encompassing its people, processes, data, and technology. This model can then be populated with information specific to the challenge or threat in question so a wide variety of options and solutions can be calculated and considered.
These means that in addition to analysing performance and cost options, repeatable and auditable trade-off studies are possible. Furthermore where information is imprecise or unknown, the model allows the user to vary computations so ‘What if?’ options can be investigated and optimal choices made.
RESEArch© has spawned the 8 systems engineering services soon to be available to government purchasers on the G-Cloud 8 and DOS frameworks. These are:
1. G-SEArch® provides deep systems engineering approach to issues surrounding complex, multi-dimensional systems. It provides rigorous, robust and repeatable answers, justifying/informing optimal solutions.
2. CMIA® Set against mission continuity, Cyber Mission Impact Assessment (CMIA®) enables users to pre-emptively understand and/or defend enterprises in cyber threat environments.
3. CSysAM® Using the Averiti modelling tool, CSysAM® addresses the analysis of ultra large, complex, multi-dimensional systems where qualitative rather than quantitative information is primarily available.
4. CyCURE® enables users to pre-emptively understand, prioritise and defend their enterprises against the cyber threat in real time using its 2 distinctive elements. CyberEYE® (Understand and Observe) and CyberTOOTH® (Monitor and React).
5. IAAM® RJD’s Information Assurance Architecture Model (IAAM®) capability provides an objective, repeatable and trustable method of underpinning Information Assurance for complex platforms, systems and services.
6. IMPOSE® is a systems engineering based Enterprise Resilience Analysis Service in use with certain government departments. It enables users to pre-emptively understand enterprises’ strengths and weaknesses.
7. SpectrAM® is a systems engineering based modelling service which allows the current and future electromagnetic spectrum requirements of systems and enterprises to be understood.
8. OrCrAM® Organised Crime Analysis Methodology, will enable Law Enforcement Agencies to build a detailed model of both the technology elements of a crime scenario and the interaction between the organisations, processes and drivers that allow organised criminals to operate, in order to stop them.