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NATO Modelling and Simulation Group Fall 2018 Business Meeting and Symposium

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15/11/2018

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National Representatives and Observers in the STO-CSO’s NATO Modelling and Simulation Group (NMSG) from 21 Nations and 8 NATO organizations met in Ottawa, CAN for the 42th NMSG Business meeting and MSG-159 Symposium (8-12 Oct 2018).
Significant progress has been made in exploring new areas of application of Modelling and Simulation (M&S) in support of defence. Participating Nations and Organization have agreed on jointly concentrating their efforts to better address the current challenges of the world’s new security environment with a focus in M&S related gaps, Cyber and AI/BD, where M&S can contribute solutions and defined to be addressed with priority in the near future.
The NMSG annual Symposium looked at developments to help expand NATO’s M&S capabilities in order to provide cost-effective and valid simulation tools. Lessons learned on challenges and successes in the creation of Enterprise Level Consortiums (Industry/ Academia/ Government) focused on provision of M&S for Defence applications were a focus area. Developments of special interest included (but were not limited to):

  • Real-World Modelling (terrain and behaviour)
  • M&S as a Service
  • Composable simulations
  • C2-Simulation interoperability
  • Interoperability verification testing
  • Technologies to reduce the cost of simulation event configuration, validation and execution
  • M&S Tools for Future Learning Environments.

A technical visit to the Ottawa Rehabilitation Virtual Reality Laboratory at the Ottawa Hospital General and to the Visualization, Modelling and Simulation Center at Carleton University, completed the picture of an outstanding Business Meeting week.
The Rehabilitation Virtual Reality Laboratory (RVR Lab) is a state-of-the-art facility for physical rehabilitation assessment, therapy and research. People living with disabilities can use world-class rehabilitation virtual reality services to improve their mobility and balance.
The objective of the Visualization, Modelling and Simulation (VSIM) Center at Carleton University is to advance fundamental and applied knowledge through the integration of research on human cognition and cognitive systems with leading edge research in visualization, modelling and simulation.

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National Representatives and Observers in the STO-CSO’s NATO Modelling and Simulation Group (NMSG) from 21 Nations and 8 NATO organizations met in Ottawa, CAN for the 42th NMSG Business meeting and MSG-159 Symposium (8-12 Oct 2018).

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National Representatives and Observers in the STO-CSO’s NATO Modelling and Simulation Group (NMSG) from 21 Nations and 8 NATO organizations met in Ottawa, CAN for the 42th NMSG Business meeting and MSG-159 Symposium (8-12 Oct 2018).
Significant progress has been made in exploring new areas of application of Modelling and Simulation (M&S) in support of defence. Participating Nations and Organization have agreed on jointly concentrating their efforts to better address the current challenges of the world’s new security environment with a focus in M&S related gaps, Cyber and AI/BD, where M&S can contribute solutions and defined to be addressed with priority in the near future.
The NMSG annual Symposium looked at developments to help expand NATO’s M&S capabilities in order to provide cost-effective and valid simulation tools. Lessons learned on challenges and successes in the creation of Enterprise Level Consortiums (Industry/ Academia/ Government) focused on provision of M&S for Defence applications were a focus area. Developments of special interest included (but were not limited to):

  • Real-World Modelling (terrain and behaviour)
  • M&S as a Service
  • Composable simulations
  • C2-Simulation interoperability
  • Interoperability verification testing
  • Technologies to reduce the cost of simulation event configuration, validation and execution
  • M&S Tools for Future Learning Environments.

A technical visit to the Ottawa Rehabilitation Virtual Reality Laboratory at the Ottawa Hospital General and to the Visualization, Modelling and Simulation Center at Carleton University, completed the picture of an outstanding Business Meeting week.
The Rehabilitation Virtual Reality Laboratory (RVR Lab) is a state-of-the-art facility for physical rehabilitation assessment, therapy and research. People living with disabilities can use world-class rehabilitation virtual reality services to improve their mobility and balance.
The objective of the Visualization, Modelling and Simulation (VSIM) Center at Carleton University is to advance fundamental and applied knowledge through the integration of research on human cognition and cognitive systems with leading edge research in visualization, modelling and simulation.





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