Modeling And Simulation in Virginia's Hampton Roads

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Did you know that the nation's first Doctorate degree in Modeling and Simulation was awarded at Old Dominion University in 2003? Modeling and Simulation continues to be a huge field within Hampton Roads generating more than 4,000 jobs and an annualized regional economic output in excess of $413 million.

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Modeling And Simulation in Virginia's Hampton Roads

  1. 1. Modeling and Simulation  M d li d Si l i in Virginia’s Hampton Roads g p 2nd Quarter 2009
  2. 2. Virginia’s Hampton Roads Strategic Location Hampton Roads: H t R d • Largest Metropolitan Area between Atlanta  and Washington, D.C. • Centrally located along U.S. East Coast • 75% of the U.S. population is within 750  miles or 1,200 kilometers of Hampton  Roads Sources: HREDA Research; U.S. Census Bureau; 2007 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest; U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; U.S. Department of Defense 1
  3. 3. Modeling and Simulation in Hampton Roads Modeling and Simulation Companies* Aerotech Research (USA), Inc. Alion Science & Technology Analytical Mechanics Associates Anteon Bihrle Applied Research, Inc. Bih l A li d R h I BMH Associates, Inc. The Boeing Company Booz‐Allen Hamilton C2 Technologies CAE CAPSTONE Corporation Chesapeake Computer Systems Computer Science Corporation Cubic Corp. – Defense Applications Cubic Corp. – Worldwide Technical DDL Omni Engineering Evidence Based Research, Inc. Echostorm General Dynamics Lockheed Martin Logistics Modeling Center, Inc. Loyola Enterprises, Inc. MYMIC, LLC Northrop Grumman Raytheon Technical Services Raytheon Technical Services Ryson International SAIC Scientific Research Corporation Virtual Healthcare Systems, Inc. VRCO, Inc. Werner Anderson, Inc. Federal Research & Development Centers Joint Training Analysis & Simulation Center NASA Langley Research Center Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility Source: Virginia Economic Development Partnership: Virginia’s Modeling & Simulation Industry Pamphlet *This list is only meant to represent a sampling of Modeling and  2
  4. 4. Industry Profile: Modeling and Simulation Source: ANGLE Technology LLC: Economic Impact and Cluster Analysis Study for Hampton Roads 3
  5. 5. Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center A multi‐disciplinary modeling, simulation and visualization collaborative research center that works with over 100 industry,  government and academic members to further the development and application of modeling, simulation and visualization as an  enterprise decision‐making tool and promotes economic development, VMASC also supports Old Dominion University’s master’s and  p g p p , pp y Ph.D. programs. 6 Core Areas of Interest • Military M&S (primarily combat simulations) Military M&S (primarily combat simulations) • Transportation • Enterprise Executable Architectures • Serious Gaming • Homeland Security and Homeland Defense • Medical Simulations Current Projects • Extreme Event Analysis • Social Network Modeling • Mass Casualty Modeling Mass Casualty Modeling • Business Process Modeling Business Process Modeling • Truck Driver Education • Virtual Operating Room • Game Based Learning Source: VMASC 4
  6. 6. Major Collaborators with VMASC • Serves to mitigate loss of life and property due to  • The National Center for Collaboration in Medical M&S  manmade and natural disasters by preparing  (NCCMMS) was established by Congress in 2001 as a joint  emergency command and management personnel and  project between EVMS and ODU, whose main objectives are  organizations to: • Employs state‐of‐the‐art M&S tools to conduct  •Conduct a systematic set of validation and training  training, exercises and operational support analysis  transfer studies with "best of breed" medical simulations for disaster management and homeland security  •Develop new medical simulations situations •Develop medical education and training curricula that  explicitly incorporate a full range of medical  simulations •Develop a regional medical preparedness simulation for  Hampton Roads St th ll b ti h ithi th di l •Strengthen collaborative research within the medical  simulation community Sources: EMTASC Website; EVMS Website 5
  7. 7. M&S Applications in the Military The Commonwealth of Virginia ranks first in the nation in total defense employment and Hampton  Roads has the largest share in Virginia with 59%  In an effort to become fully integrated,  the Military utilizes advances in M&S to  accomplish its joint force trainer and  experimentation missions.  Sources: United States Joint Forces Command; ANGLE Technology LLC: Economic Impact and Cluster Analysis Study for Hampton Roads; Virginia National Defense Industrial Authority 6
  8. 8. Additional Assets The MAST Center  (at right) Building 1: VMASC Building; Building 2: ODU Tri‐Cities  •A 10‐building, 32‐acre research, education  Higher Education Center; and Building 3: MAST One Class  “A” Office Building and technology park with approximately  500,000 sq. ft. of research and technology  500 000 sq ft of research and technology space, including: •50,000 sq. ft. ODU Education Center •60,000 sq. ft. VMASC building with  incubator office space available Innovation Research Park, Old Dominion University Lockheed Martin’s Center for Innovation •Research park located on ODU’s campus and within Research park located on ODU s campus and within  •50,000 sq. ft. state‐of‐the‐art research and 50,000 sq. ft. state of the art research and  all three federal and state incentive zones development center •Two 5‐story, Class A, 100,000 sq. ft. buildings with  •Designed to offer a place for collaborative  flexible wet/dry lab facilities experimentation and analysis, to test ideas  •Contains a business incubator and accelerator  and analyze war fighting concepts and to  services develop integrated Net‐Centric solutions for  defense and the changing national security  •Access to World Renowned Modeling, Simulation  environment. and Visualization Development Platform d Vi li i D l Pl f •Possesses Net‐Centric modeling, simulation  •Building one is complete; construction on Building  and analysis capabilities two began summer 2007 Sources: VMASC; Lockheed Martin 7
  9. 9. Looking Forward ‐ Economic Impact Virginia Modeling and Simulation Initiative (VIMSIM) Encouraging the Development of M&S in Hampton Roads $27 Million Budget Package announced in efforts to  Regionally, key elements of the Virginia Modeling  Regionally key elements of the Virginia Modeling strengthen M&S by: and Simulation Initiative include: •Expanding the research capability and graduate  •Establishing linkages with other Virginia  programs at VMASC t VMASC universities, USJFCOM and private contractors to  universities USJFCOM and private contractors to recruit M&S professionals •Further developing a M&S engineering program  at Tidewater Community College •Creating incentives for new M&S companies to  relocate •Expanding the medical modeling and simulation  partnership between EVMS and VMASC •Active recruitment of defense and non‐defense  M&S companies to Hampton Roads •Continuing the development of EMTASC •LambdaRail—the Internet supercomputing LambdaRail the Internet supercomputing  highway—has expanded to universities and  NASA facilities in Hampton Roads Sources: Press Releases, Governor’s Office, December 9 2005; ANGLE Technology LLC: Economic Impact and Cluster Analysis Study for Hampton Roads 8
  10. 10. Leaders in Modeling and Simulation Old Dominion University •The nation’s first Doctorate degree in  •ODU’s Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation  Modeling and Simulation was awarded at  Center (VMASC) supports ODU’s Modeling and  ODU in the Spring 2003 Simulation degree programs •Concentration areas include medical modeling,  •Concentration areas include medical modeling transportation, and homeland security •The 2007‐2008 school year brought: Above: VMASC’s ODU Campus  Facility Below: VMASC’s Suffolk Facility Sources: VMASC 2005 Annual Report; ODU; VMASC Website 9
  11. 11. Additional Educational Resources •Courses in M&S offered at the  •Now offers an Associate of Applied  •Courses offered at the  undergraduate and graduate levels Science Degree in Technical Studies  graduate level with a specialization in Modeling and  •Capabilities include analytic  •Capabilities include analytic •Specializes in visualization,  •Specializes in visualization Simulation. Courses include: modeling, high performance  virtual reality and modeling  computing and operations research •Introduction to M&S and simulation •M&S Protocols •Numerical and environmental Numerical and environmental  •M&S Applications •M&S Applications •There were over 650 There were over 650  modeling are offered through  •System Analysis and Design students enrolled in M&S  W&M’s Virginia Institute of Marine  related courses for the 2005‐ Science •There were 20 students enrolled in  2006 school year M&S related courses for the 2007‐ M&S related courses for the 2007 •Currently heading a “sensors  2008 school year cluster” initiative in Hampton Roads •There were 170 students enrolled in  Additional Colleges and Universities in Hampton Roads offering courses and  programs in Computer Science and/or Engineering include Hampton University,  i C S i d/ E i i i l d H U i i M&S related courses for the 2008‐ Virginia Wesleyan College and Christopher Newport University. 2009 school year Sources: College and University Websites; State Council of Higher Education for Virginia’s Website 10
  12. 12. Relocation Case Study 1 Huntsville to Hampton Roads H t ill t H t R d Mean Annual  Total Annual  Mean Annual  Total Annual  Number of  Wage        Wage      Savings in  Job Classification Wage    Wage  Positions (Hampton  (Hampton  Hampton Roads (Huntsville) (Huntsville) Roads) Roads) CEO 1 $154,150 $154,150 $164,350 $164,350 $10,200 Financial Manager 1 $96,050 $96,050 $105,800 $105,800 $9,750 Accountant 1 $62,600 $62,600 $62,910 $62,910 $310 Computer and Information  11 $105,690 $1,162,590 $101,680 $1,118,480 ( ($44,110) ) Systems Manager S t M Engineering Managers 5 $107,380 $536,900 $114,640 $573,200 $36,300 Computer Programmers 10 $63,300 $633,000 $72,970 $729,700 $96,700 Computer Hardware Engineer 7 $94,850 $663,950 $90,760 $635,320 ($28,630) Computer Systems Analyst 11 $69,150 $760,650 $75,200 $827,200 $66,550 Computer Software Engineer  20 $85,940 $1,718,800 $89,390 $1,787,800 $69,000 (Systems) Database Administrator 14 $60,780 $850,920 $65,430 $916,020 $65,100 Network and Computer  12 $61,820 $741,840 $61,610 $739,320 ($2,520) Systems Administrator Administrative Support 7 $38,880 $272,160 $42,740 $299,180 $27,020 Total 100 $7,653,610 $7,959,280 $305,670 The bottom line: The bottom line This company realized savings of  $305,670 in salaries alone! Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics; NAI Global Market Report; ANGLE Technology LLC: Economic Impact and Cluster Analysis Study for Hampton Roads 11
  13. 13. Relocation Case Study 2 Orlando to Hampton Roads Ol d t H t R d Mean Annual  Total Annual  Mean Annual  Total Annual  Number of  Wage        Wage      Savings in  Job Classification Wage    Wage  Positions (Hampton  (Hampton  Hampton Roads (Orlando) (Orlando) Roads) Roads) CEO 1 $154,150 $154,150 $179,680 $179,680 $25,530  Financial Manager 1 $96,050 $96,050 $108,060 $108,060 $12,010  Accountant 1 $62,600  $62,600 $59,200  $59,200 ($3,400) Computer and Information  11 $105,690 $1,162,590 $114,710 $1,261,810 $99,220  Systems Manager S t M Engineering Managers 5 $107,380 $536,900 $120,940 $604,700 $67,800  Computer Programmers 10 $63,300  $633,000 $61,980  $619,800 ($13,200) Computer Hardware Engineer 7 $94,850 $663,950 $76,560 $535,920 ($128,030) Computer Systems Analyst 11 $69,150 $760,650 $72,730 $800,030 $39,380  Computer Software Engineer  20 $85,940 $1,718,800 $77,810 $1,556,200 ($162,600) (Systems) Database Administrator 14 $60,780 $850,920 $66,030 $924,420 $73,500  Network and Computer  12 $61,820 $741,840 $70,590 $847,080 $105,240  Systems Administrator Administrative Support 7 $38,880 $272,160 $38,860 $272,020 ($140) Total 100 $7,653,610 $7,768,920 $115,310  The bottom line: This company realized savings of  This company realized savings of $235,310 in salaries and real estate  alone! Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics; NAI Global Market Report; ANGLE Technology LLC: Economic Impact and Cluster Analysis Study for Hampton Roads 12
  14. 14. Contact HREDA U.S. Headquarters: 500 Main Street | Suite 1300 Norfolk 500 Main Street | Suite 1300, Norfolk,  4 East Bank House 4 East Bank House VA 23510 USA  Tide Mill Way T:  +1.757.627.2315 | F:  +1.757.623.3081  Woodbridge, Suffolk 1P12  1BY  UK T: +44 1394 610022 T: +44.1394.610022 11820 Fountain Way | Suite 301 Newport  News, VA 23606  USA T: 1.757.627.2315 | F:  1.757.826.6706  T:  +1.757.627.2315 | F: +1.757.826.6706 World Trade Center Birkenstrasse 15 HREDA.COM HREDA.COM 28195 Bremen GERMANY 28195 Bremen, GERMANY T:  +49.421.174660

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