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Priority One: Raising the Bar for Simulation and Training Systems

Start Date:5/4/2021

Start Time:2:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes


Given the complexity involved, integrating global and local simulation and training systems is difficult under the best of circumstances. For starters, legacy simulators use different standards for data, voice and video. In addition, modern architectures demand the use of cloud-based and distributed assets. Meanwhile, new security requirements are forcing integrators to suddenly become experts in information assurance.
So how can systems integrators keep pace and limit integration time to meet all of these demanding and data-intensive requirements?

For mission-critical defense systems, training environments that can be quickly assembled and reconfigured from ready-made components and networks are priority one. These training environments are currently also the main driver for major initiatives such as the U.S. Army’s STE and the USAF’s SCARS. And for commercial autonomous vehicle simulation environments, fidelity to real-time is key when integrating and testing systems components.  And Digital Twins that span several commercial and defense industries have requirements to behave exactly as a real system should, sometimes with humans in the loop.

Attend this tutorial to learn how Data Distribution Service™ (DDS) can not only ease integration, but also deliver National Security Agency (NSA)-tested security for real-time systems over Local and Wide Area Networks (LAN/WAN), effectively raising the bar for today’s simulation and training systems 

DDS is a popular open standard managed by the Object Management Group® (OMG®). DDS is the connectivity framework that meets the stringent interoperability and real-time requirements for several industries and is currently used in hundreds of deployed systems. DDS seamlessly stitches together legacy simulations, while adding humans and hardware in the loop, to create new secure Live-Virtual-Constructive (LVC) training environments that can share real, augmented and virtual realities. These environments can run in a single lab or across multiple sites, with DDS response times matching physics-speed.

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Rob Proctor

Lead Field Application Engineer

Real-Time Innovations

Rob Proctor is a Sr. Field Application Engineer for Real-Time Innovations. He received his BS from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Aerospace Studies and his MS from the University of South Florida in Engineering Management. Rob has over 20 years of experience in A&D Embedded SW development. Prior to his time as a Field Application Engineer, he developed and implemented real time embedded software at major Aerospace and Defense (A&D) Corporations. His roles have included developing software and system designs, mission-management and display processing systems. Rob is also involved with the SISO Layered Simulation Architecture (LSA) Study Group.

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