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New Contributions to Standardization and to Interoperability in NATO Modelling and Simulation Domain

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02/10/2018

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​Two new standards produced by the NATO Modelling & Simulation Group (NMSG, the NATO’s Delegated Tasking Authority for standardization in Modelling & Simulation domain) have been recently promulgated by the NATO Standardization Office (NSO).

The first one, AMSP-03 “Guidance for Modelling and Simulation Standards in NATO and Multinational Computer Assisted Exercises (CAX) with Distributed Simulation”, is intended for the CAX managers to provide technical guidance on the development and use of distributed simulation. It provides recommendations for the governance of interoperability standards for Training Centres. The document covers the methodology of planning, execution and evaluation of multi-national CAX following a recommended set of standards for simulation interoperability, common data formats, and connectivity with other systems. The AMSP-03 standard is recommended for use via STANREC 4799.

The second one, AMSP-05 “Handbook (Best Practice) for Computer Assisted Exercises (CAX)”, is intended to support operational personnel to plan a distributed CAX utilizing simulation.  It provides a “roadmap” for considerations on what information is required to plan, execute, analyse and report the results of the exercise and what are the information exchange requirements between the different stakeholders throughout the whole CAX process.  STANREC 4801 recommends using AMSP-05 across the Alliance and its partners.

The “AMSP” acronym stands for “Allied Modelling and Simulation Publication” and designates the Modelling and Simulation related standards produced by the STO’s NATO Modelling and Simulation Group. The AMSP family of NATO standards is available on the NSO website: http://nso.nato.int Please contact the NMSG Group for further details.

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​Two new standards produced by the NATO Modelling & Simulation Group (NMSG, the NATO’s Delegated Tasking Authority for standardization in Modelling & Simulation domain) have been recently promulgated by the NATO Standardization Office (NSO).

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​Two new standards produced by the NATO Modelling & Simulation Group (NMSG, the NATO’s Delegated Tasking Authority for standardization in Modelling & Simulation domain) have been recently promulgated by the NATO Standardization Office (NSO).

The first one, AMSP-03 “Guidance for Modelling and Simulation Standards in NATO and Multinational Computer Assisted Exercises (CAX) with Distributed Simulation”, is intended for the CAX managers to provide technical guidance on the development and use of distributed simulation. It provides recommendations for the governance of interoperability standards for Training Centres. The document covers the methodology of planning, execution and evaluation of multi-national CAX following a recommended set of standards for simulation interoperability, common data formats, and connectivity with other systems. The AMSP-03 standard is recommended for use via STANREC 4799.

The second one, AMSP-05 “Handbook (Best Practice) for Computer Assisted Exercises (CAX)”, is intended to support operational personnel to plan a distributed CAX utilizing simulation.  It provides a “roadmap” for considerations on what information is required to plan, execute, analyse and report the results of the exercise and what are the information exchange requirements between the different stakeholders throughout the whole CAX process.  STANREC 4801 recommends using AMSP-05 across the Alliance and its partners.

The “AMSP” acronym stands for “Allied Modelling and Simulation Publication” and designates the Modelling and Simulation related standards produced by the STO’s NATO Modelling and Simulation Group. The AMSP family of NATO standards is available on the NSO website: http://nso.nato.int Please contact the NMSG Group for further details.

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