Pencak Silat is an umbrella term, like Karate or Gung Fu, that is used to categorize martial arts from Indonesia. Further, the term "Silat" is used in many other regions of Southeast Asia. There are hundreds of "official" Pencak Silat systems in Indonesia (i.e.: registered with the government). There are likely hundreds of other Pencak Silat systems that are unregistered.
Anjing Gembala is an American system that draws heavily from several systems of Pencak Silat and some other influences (primarily Filipino). I developed it to reflect my personal teaching methodology.
The system focuses on close range combatives. The curriculum is pretty streamlined and is intended to quickly provide students with physical tools to protect themselves and others and to provide a deep understanding of the principles that make those tools functional. Currently it is intended for civilian adults because that is my primary background but there are plans to develop targeted curriculums for law enforcement, military and children and I will work with experts in those areas to develop those curriculums.