ENGTAM SG - Exploration of Next Generation Technology Applications to Modeling and Simulation
This group is executing these group-specific tasks.
- Capture and decompose common M&S program goals including account for non-functional requirements such as security, performance, risk, cost, and long term sustainability.
- Explore the latest industry technology trends and available solutions, specifically focused on their applicability to the M&S domain. Examples include wearable technology, streaming, advanced hardware, cloud services, and data sharing applications.
- Account for security requirements and what the application each technology will need to consider.
- Consider other architecture quality requirements and management requirements such as risk, cost, and long term sustainability, among others.
- Assist the M&S domain in staying informed of recent technology advancements and to understand their impacts to our current and future implementations.
CBMS SG - Cloud-based Modelling & Simulation
Over the past few years, a significant number of SISO members have been engaged in M&S activities in the cloud. These and other early practitioners have produced practices and hard-learned lessons that would be valuable to others. The purpose of this study group is to identify and document the existing M&S in the cloud activities, document best practices, highlight lessons learned and identify where potential standards in order to facilitate adoption by other practitioners. The study group is organized into 3 different teams looking at cloud capabilities, models, and architecture.
CyberMS SG – Cyber Modeling and Simulation
The last several years have seen a significant increase in the number and variety of cyber M&S research and development efforts across government, industry, and academia. These efforts have resulted in methodologies and technologies for cyber testing and training that are functionally relevant, but largely independent. Broad and deliberate collaboration across these efforts is necessary to meet the rigorous and evolving cyber test and training demands of the defense community. The purpose of this study group is to identify key cyber M&S activities, document best practices, highlight lessons learned, and identify areas for potential standardization in order to facilitate adoption by the cyber M&S community.