To achieve consensus among distributed organizations speaking different languages, selecting the most well known, most widely implemented Situation Awareness System -- Joint Blue Force Situation Awareness or JBFSA co developed by the Army / Marine Corps is the path of least resistance. Deriving common building blocks from JBFSA (has been renamed several times) that uses the same common building blocks of Wall Street FIX </108> heartbeat message and First Response Systems (heartbeat / heartbeat messages) is the premise.

The US Army was experimenting with using networks and router / router subnets to emulate orders and schemes of maneuver. To determine if a squad or platoon was mission capable or where it was supposed to be and equipped with the requisite resources: food, water, fuel, ammo etc,.. data had to be sampled and forwarded using a minimum of network resources -- e.g., TIME. The Internet Protocol was examined closely and it was re-discovered that time interval frame assignments were unassigned / available to transport additional state meta data. Heretofore unassigned time intervals set aside for future use were used to carry data about the organization -- unit designation Organizational Identifier <Org_ID>, geo-location and resources <URN> Uniform Resource Name. TCP/IP heartbeat's simplicity, lowest possible network overhead, local data heartbeat get - puts was the solution that the Army was seeking -- retrieving data from data fusion center's after the fact is problematic. Project funding saved, the rest is history -- necessity being the mother of US Army CECOM's "greatest") invention. 

Key text </tags> {"tags"} drawn from a syntax lexicon library are key to forming all things internet i.e IeT, IoT, Big Data, and Cloud Computing. The main embodiment describes a method to form trade federations as Distributed Autonomous Organizations DAO -- a term first used by the RAND Corporation in a military research study circa 2001.