Introduction to Military Simulation Workshop
Successful completion of this workshop will familiarise participants with the technologies, methodologies, principles and terminology of modelling and simulation used across the military, including the challenges and issues as well as the benefits.
Modelling & Simulation Terminology (Basic Definitions)
M&S Body of Knowledge, Modelling & Simulation, Modelling, Simulation, Visualisation, Analysis, Hierarchies and Classes of Models and Simulations, Matrix of Classes of Models and Simulations, Classes of Simulations, Design of Experiments, M&S History, and Benefits of M&S.
M&S Organisations and Activities
Fidelity, Resolution, Credibility
Distributed Modelling and Simulation, Interoperability, DSEEP, DIS, HLA, FEDEP, TENA, C2-Sim Interoperability Standards.
M&S Military Applications
Threat Modelling and Analysis, Wargaming, Mission Rehearsal Exercises, Exercise Categories, and Simulation Operation.
Defence Business Applications of M&S
M&S Based Acquisition, Simulation Based Acquisition Process, Capability Development, Capability Lifecycle Modelling, Systems Engineering using M&S, Decision Support, and Workforce Planning.
Requirements Analysis, Conceptual Modelling, Design and Development, VV&A, Conceptual Framework of M&S, Experimentation / Exercise / Use, and Reuse.
M&S Disciplines and Skills
Related Disciplines, and M&S Engineering Skills
Technology and Innovation
Common M&S Systems and Software Tools, MSaaS, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Serious Games, Gamification, and Rapid Terrain Generation
Other Domain Examples
1000 - 1600
FULL - Thursday 10 May 2018 - Mercure Canberra, Cnr Limestone and Ainslie Avenues, Canberra ACT
Places Available - Monday 4 June 2018, Mercure Canberra, Cnr Limestone and Ainslie Avenues, Canberra ACT
Places Available - Monday 18 June 2018, Melbourne, VIC - Venue TBA
$190.00 (Including GST)
Registration price includes morning and afternoon tea, and light lunch.
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