- Allows monitoring the appropriate level of effort of the ASD in the development of a standard
- Adopt existing standard
- Monitor external development
- Participate in external development
- ASD development
- Allows identifying the level of support of the standard by ASD
- Potential candidate standard (SSG task)
- Candidate standard (SSG task)
- Adopted standard (Recommended by the SSG)
- Based on the approach of the AIA Radar Screen
The fact a standard doesn't appear as "adopted" doesn't mean it is not in use in the industry! (and so all standards in use are not necessarily adopted in the ASD SSG radar)
Criteria for a standard to appear as “Adopted” in the ASD SSG Radar:
- Standard officially published and available
- Consistency of the standard with the ASD Through Life-cycle interoperability policy. Refer to the related report on ASD SSG website.
- Adoption statement validated by ASD members (the adoption statement could refer to any pilot implementations/deployments)
The Radar Screen is a graphical representation of relevant standards (represented as radar blips) on the global radar screen, plus a description of each blip:
- The radar screen provides a simple view of the SSG work program, illustrating as blips all the items that may be of relevance to ASD, and highlighting the candidate standards for adoption, and those standards that have been adopted as part of the Interoperability Framework. The chart is divided into four quadrants, showing the ASD strategy for delivery of the candidate standards - adoption, monitoring or participation in development, or ASD development of standards.
- The radar screen is presented in Powerpoint form so that it is possible to click on each blip to get more information on the initiative and the ASD strategy.
- Each blip on the radar screen is used to provide visibility of the status and maturity of a standard or initiative. Clicking on the blip expands it to provide summary information and the ASD position statement and adoption plan for a standard or initiative. The initial version of a blip is created as a basic document to introduce a standard or initiative to the SSG framework, and is updated to track progress as the standard or initiative evolves. The blip will also record the final ASD recommendation on how companies should deploy the standard.
To see the official ASD SSG Radar Chart please use the link in the upper left part of this page!
Figure: Typical "Radar screen"