Guideline on Scenario Development (GSD) PDG
The Guideline on Scenario Development (GSD) Product Development Group (PDG) will be developing a SISO Guidance Product for "Guideline on Scenario Development for Simulation Environments."

Scenarios play an important role in planning, engineering, and executing a – possibly distributed – simulation environment. Current simulation engineering processes (e.g., IEEE Std 1730-2010, IEEE Recommended Practice for Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process (DSEEP)), require the (military) user and the sponsor of a distributed simulation environment to develop appropriate scenarios.

To improve simulation interoperability in context of DSEEP, the NATO Modeling and Simulation Group (MSG) Technical Activity 086 "Simulation Interoperability" developed a “Guideline on Scenario Development for (Distributed) Simulation Environments”. This guideline augments the DSEEP with regards to scenario development and proposes content and structure of an information product for scenario specification.

The product to be developed by the PDG builds upon the work done by MSG-086 and transforms the “Guideline on Scenario Development for (Distributed) Simulation Environments” into a published SISO Guidance Product.
Affiliation Data Form

Want to join the GSD PDG?

Only current SISO members with completed affiliation information have voting rights in this group. To declare affiliation(s) and join this group, please become a member or Log in.

Become a SISO Member...
Learn how to become a member and take advantage of the benefits!

Already a Member?
Log in to complete your affiliation submission and become a part of the group.


PDG Materials
 Visit the Discussions
Read and contribute

 Browse the Files
View documents, images, and more
Leadership

Chair:

Stefan Vrieler
WTD 91, German MoD
stefanvrieler@bundeswehr.org

Vice-Chair:

Scott Roach
Canadian Forces Warfare Centre
scott.roach1@forces.gc.ca

Vice Chair:

Lionel Khimeche
DGA/CATOD
lionel.khimeche@intradef.gouv.fr

Secretary:

TBD

Drafting Group Editor

Dr. Robert Siegfried
aditerna GmbH
robert.siegfried@aditerna.de

Technical Activity Director (TAD):

Jean-Louis Igarza
Antycip Simulation
JeanLouis.Igarza@icloud.com
COmment On: Guideline on Scenario Development for Simulation Environments, v0.4