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Nogesi project represents a milestone for proposed LSA architecture. Know the challenges and solutions for this project and how it has been a real proof of concept for SISO LSA.

Nogesi project represents a milestone for proposed LSA architecture. Know the challenges and solutions for this project and how it has been a real proof of concept for SISO LSA.

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    Nogesi case study as LSA proof of concept Nogesi case study as LSA proof of concept Presentation Transcript

    • Nogesi case study: What is HLA raised to the power of DDS? LSA proof of concept 2013 Fall SIW
    • NOGESI for Spanish MoD: Technology and Innovation Strategy for Defense (EDIT) EDIT 2013 Fall SIW
    • NOGESI requisites and solutions 2013 Fall SIW
    • Nogesi Challenges • • • • • Integration of legacy systems and COTS Interoperability between simulated and operational systems Development and maintenance of Simulation assets using MDA (Model Driven Architecture) Deployment of simulation assets as services into an HLA federation HLA full interoperability including ownership transfer 2013 Fall SIW
    • Nogesi needs of integration • Integration of legacy systems, HLA and DIS-based COTS HLA VBS2 FAC of INDRA DIS VRForces 2013 Fall SIW
    • WHAT IS DIFFERENT IN NOGESI SOLUTION • Traditional approach • Implement a simulation engineering methodology, like FEDEP / DSEEP • For the deployment • Wrapper or middleware that provides an abstraction of different simulation protocols like HLA, DIS or TENA • Gateways and bridges between the different types of simulators • Advanced simulation services like execution, ownership or time management are unavailable 2013 Fall SIW
    • The architecture as THE key point • Main innovations in NOGESI are not in the development process but in the simulation technical architecture. • NOGESI is based on LSA, a pure distributed data-centric architecture 2013 Fall SIW
    • ARCHITECTURE OF THE SOLUTION • Use of DDS in conjunction with HLA and DIS standards • NOGESI follows LSA architectural proposal 2013 Fall SIW
    • NOGESI and LSA architecture 2013 Fall SIW
    • Nogesi as LSA milestone NOGESI project has been the test bed and proof of concept of LSA architecture 2013 Fall SIW NOGESI
    • LSA Layers Overview Simulators; new and existing (included legacy) Current simulation architectures; HLA, DIS, TENA Arch specific APIs Gateways HLA Services Simulators HLA DDS DIS DDS Simulation Services TENA DDS Common interface Data-centric Middleware: OMG DDSI Open Wire protocol 2013 Fall SIW New Services DDS simulators
    • LSA-Nogesi overlapping: COTS and legacy Simulators; new and existing (included legacy) Current simulation architectures; HLA, DIS, TENA ArchFAC of INDRA specific APIs DIS data-bridge Simulators HLA DDS VBS2 Gateways DIS DDS VRForces HLA Services HLA data-bridge Simulation Services TENA DDS Common interface Data-centric Middleware: OMG DDSI Open Wire protocol 2013 Fall SIW New Services DDS simulators
    • LSA-Nogesi overlapping: HLA over DDS Simulators; new and existing (included legacy) Current simulation architectures; HLA, DIS, TENA Arch specific APIs FAC of INDRA Gateways VBS2 Simulators HLA DDS DIS DDS TENA DDS HLA over DDS VRForces HLA Services Simulation Services Common interface Data-centric Middleware: OMG DDSI Open Wire protocol 2013 Fall SIW New Services DDS simulators
    • LSA-Nogesi overlapping: DDS simulators and services Simulators; new and existing (included legacy) Current simulation architectures; HLA, DIS, TENA Arch specific APIs Gateways HLA Services Simulators HLA DDS DIS DDS Simulation Services TENA DDS Common interface Data-centric Middleware: OMG DDSI Open Wire protocol 2013 Fall SIW New Services DDS simulators
    • NOGESI under the hood 2013 Fall SIW
    • On the Core: eHost for Simulation management Configuration file - <config> <EJEC nid="2" id="3" name="EJEC" HlaFed="Aislado" HlaSom="Som.xml" SchedFrec="25" HTime="5" GTime="3" TTime="0" UTime="3" NotIni="no" NotFin="no" NotCierre="no" Critico="si" NotGrab="si" /> - <EHOST4 nid="2" id="4" name="MOTOR1" SchedSecuencial="si" NotIni="si" NotFin="si" NotCierre="no" Critico="si" NotGrab="si"> <Mod0 nid="2" id="16" name="Modulo_ModCIRCLE" type="Modulo_ModCIRCLE" SchedFrec="50" SchedOrden="0" SchedPrio="1" SchedOffset="0" NotIni="no" NotDisc="no" NotEstab="no" NotFin="si" NotCierre="no" Critico="si" NotGrab="si" /> </EHOST4> </config> - <!-- eHost Simulation engine Scheduler ACS Simulation engine  Scheduler: Is an advanced scheduler for controlling the real time clock and the state machine. It coordinates and balances many Simulation Engines that are in different nodes.  Simulation Engines: Are the simulation engines, manage the Simulation modules in each simulation node. 2013 Fall SIW
    • Control of NOGESI: ACS  ACS—Application to Control SimWare simulations, is a GUI that allows to manage SimWare state machine and simulation assets’ parameters during execution 2013 Fall SIW
    • Reusable Gateways 2013 Fall SIW
    • NOGESI key points 2013 Fall SIW
    • Key point 1: Reusability • Nogesi allows to reuse simulation models and services  These models can be deployed in any scenario  Models can be changed by editing a file • Nogesi can incorporate already existing simulators and legacy simulators • Any COTS using HLA or DIS can be incorporated 2013 Fall SIW
    • Key point 2: Extensibility • Nogesi can be extended to include new COTS not tested or included on the original project • Already tested with STAGE 6.1.1 and 6.2 and Vega Prime 2013 Fall SIW
    • Key point 3: Cost savings • Nogesi allow a clear saving in costs by:  Reusing previous existing models  Leaving existing HLA and DIS federations “as is”  Incorporating already purchased COTS  Adding legacy elements/simulators  Connecting different HLA vendors  Allowing new COTS not tested before 2013 Fall SIW
    • NOGESI as a simulation black-box 2013 Fall SIW
    • Nogesi as a simulation black box • Can be deployed anywhere • Can connect to any HLA or DIS compatible COTS • Can be fully distributed NOGESI ANY COTS 2013 Fall SIW
    • Future evolution of NOGESI 2013 Fall SIW
    • Nogesi next challenge: Madrid-Rome interconnection ROME MADRID 2013 Fall SIW
    • Next Challenges • Extension of Nogesi has new challenges  Wan interconnection using DDS: Qos file and Qos patterns  Compensation of network latencies  Network requirements and limitations: dedicated network vs general network  Security requirements: What security is really needed? 2013 Fall SIW
    • QUESTIONS? 2013 Fall SIW
    • Please address any questions about this presentation to: José Ramón Martínez Salio Technical Presales Director jrmartinez@nads.es @NADS_news /NEXTELADS jrmses Nextel Aerospace