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SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
SISO LSA AND OMG DDS
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SISO LSA AND OMG DDS

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Siso LSA is a new study group looking for convergence of architectures for distributed simulation. LSA is trying to take advantage of OMG DDS standard to achieve this goal.

Siso LSA is a new study group looking for convergence of architectures for distributed simulation. LSA is trying to take advantage of OMG DDS standard to achieve this goal.

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  • 1. NADS-2012-MKT-CORPORATE-EN-V1.5 Convergence of Distributed Simulation Architectures Using DDS OMG TECHNICAL MEETING SPECIAL EVENT Data Distribution Service Information Day March 20th 2013. Reston, VirginiaJose-Maria Lopez-RodriguezVP Business Development NADSSISO SAC board memberSISO LSA study group memberjmlopez@nads.esMar-2013
  • 2. Evolution of the S&T industryOur Vision: Future of M&S systems is on the network Simulation in the Cloud (Simulation as a Service)Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.2 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 3. Concept of Distributed Simulation Simulations are interactive through current state-of-the-art communication systems Constructive Live Virtual Can be across the world or across the room! Virtual Live Constructive Simulation environments that are distributed across multiple computers, potentially at different locations O „ ften referred to as “federations” Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 3 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 4. Distributed Simulations enable Joint Mission TrainingCONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATIONBLUE FORCESInjecting Blue Forces in the CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATIONscenario RED FORCES Injecting Red Forces in the scenario. Human behaviour represented by agents & IA VIRTUAL SIMULATOR FORWARD AIR CONTROLLER VIRTUAL SIMULATOR Mission: Reconaissance & Designing Targets APACHE LONGBOW Mission: CAS VIRTUAL SIMULATOR A10 Thunderbolt Mission: Observation & CAS Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 4 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 5. Our Vision: Future of M&S systems is on the network But Reality is Complex: * Different Standards for interoperability * Too many COTS hard to interoperate between them * Different Data & Voice Communications * Legacy vs. COTS based Systems * Heterogeneus simulation ecosystems * Scaling-Up to Very Large ExercisesCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.5 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 6. Defense Administrations have invested a lot in simulation systems for weapon systems but: * Poor use of existing simulation assets * Distributed Mission Training is very difficult * Interoperability is very limited * Tied hands with HLA COTS vendorsCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.6 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 7. Because of this problems, SISO starts a new StudyGroup : LSA, looking to solve many of this pains.SISO LSA is looking tocustomize DDS for thesimulation domain,providing the foundationfor a Layered SimulationArchitectureCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.7 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 8. Why use DDS in Simulation? Data Data Write Reader COMMUNICATION r Data Data Write Reader r DDS is centered in controlling the Data TOPIC “A” TOPIC “D” Write communication r [DDS Global Data Space] Data Reader HLA tries to minimize the TOPIC “B” communication. It cannot control it Data TOPIC “C” Data Write Write r r DIS trust the communication SCALABILITY and FAULT TOLERANCE DDS has automatic discovery, is fully publish-subscriber, no single point of failure HLA is central server based: scalability and fault tolerance are difficult Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 8 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 9. Why use DDS in Simulation? LESS-THAN-PERFECT COMMUNICATIONS DDS has been proved over small bandwidth (4800 bps in digital network radios) DDS can cope with heterogeneous networks REAL TIME SIMULATION Military platforms use DDS as the communication backbone Simulating with DDS can incorporate this data in real time Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 9 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 10. CONVERGENCE OF DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURES WITH SISO LSA HLA DIS TENA SISO LSA Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 10 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 11. Simulation today: Use of different standards  HLA and DIS cover more than the TENA 70% of the demand. Both are OO design standards embraced by IEEE and Information management SISO and known worldwide Ownership transfer  These architectures have significant Save & Restore overlap in capabilities and Initialize a Pass interactions requirements federation DIS QOS Support options Multiple message types Resign Unreliable Synchronize Networks Event CTIA ordering Persistent HLA Database Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 11 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 12. An assessment of HLA present capabilities  Wire protocol does not exist  The entire standard tries to limit  A IEEE and NATO (Stanag 4603) communication standards  QoS are very limited.  An accepted standard for  Lack of plug&play capacities. interoperating simulators  Performance is not enough for  Has meta-data model (OMT) massive data distribution across  Define rules for interoperability heterogeneous networks.  Many COTS from different vendors  API is hard to use  Services are part of HLA  No security standard  Model is rigid Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 12 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 13. When worlds collide Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 13 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 14. LSA looks to improve ROI in the S&T industry Many architectures in use reduce reusability, interoperability and composability LSA tries to improve this three key parameters Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 14 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 15. Concept #1: Interoperability Simulator A Simulator BCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.15 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 16. Concept #2: Reuse same weapon model runs in both simulators Simulator A Simulator BCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.16 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 17. Concept #3: Composability Sim Assets Scenario built from simulation assetsCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.17 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 18. With LSA you could have Simulations as Services in the Cloud Injecting Simulation Entities L in Real Time ASSET #1 I Simulation B Asset R Server A R ASSET #2 I E S ASSET #3 LVC Simulation in progress Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012. 18 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 19. LSA Use CaseSP Battle Lab Prototype (NOGESI)
  • 20. Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.20 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 21. Try out LSAs flavors with SimwareCommercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.21 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 22. @NADS_news /NEXTELADS jmlopezrodriguez Nextel AerospacePlease address any questions about this presentation to:Commercial in Confidence © NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L., 2012.22 Reservados todos los derechos / All Rights Reserved
  • 23. NEXTEL AEROSPACE DEFENCE & SECURITY S.L.Avenida de Manoteras, 1828050 Madrid – Spain+34 91 803 38 02www.nads.eswww.simware.esFollow us in: @NADS_news /NEXTELADS /jmlopezrodriguez /Nextel Aerospace

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