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Towards the Next Generation Synthetic Battlespace Symposium (24-25 Oct 2019, Vienna, AUT)

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04/07/2019

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​One of the most prominent challenges in warfighters’ preparation is ensuring they train as they fight. As they fight today and as they will fight tomorrow. Future threats that soldiers will face are not only complex but also difficult to imagine or even unpredictable. Therefore, the Synthetic Environments will continue playing an important role in replicating the current and the future battlespace.

In this context, the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group (NMSG) has challenged the international Modelling and Simulation (M&S) community of interest to describe how M&S systems need to modernize to be able to represent the complex and contested future operating environment and effects. The community was requested to cover the full range of expected challenges: cyber, influence/information operations, space, autonomous system, C4ISR & military-civil decision making support, human behaviour, climatic conditions, and simulation architectures. The key objective is to think about the future mission environment and explore or provide examples of how M&S may be exploited to address national and coalition needs.
The response was impressive: 34 abstract proposals were submitted and 19 of them selected by the Programme Committee to be presented as full papers during the two-day MSG-171 Symposium in Vienna, 24-25 Oct 2019.
It is anticipated the symposium will also pursue Keynote Addresses from the Host Nation and NATO representatives as well as Invited Papers.
The event is open to NATO, Partnership for Peace and Global Partner Nations and invited observers; admission is free of charge. Online registration will be open by mid-July 2019 on the dedicated Science & Technology event booking page https://events.sto.nato.int Please contact msg@cso.nato.int for further details.

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One of the most prominent challenges in warfighters’ preparation is ensuring they train as they fight. As they fight today and as they will fight tomorrow. Future threats that soldiers will face are not only complex but also difficult to imagine or even unpredictable. Therefore, the Synthetic Environments will continue playing an important role in replicating the current and the future battlespace.

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One of the most prominent challenges in warfighters’ preparation is ensuring they train as they fight. As they fight today and as they will fight tomorrow. Future threats that soldiers will face are not only complex but also difficult to imagine or even unpredictable. Therefore, the Synthetic Environments will continue playing an important role in replicating the current and the future battlespace.
In this context, the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group (NMSG) has challenged the international Modelling and Simulation (M&S) community of interest to describe how M&S systems need to modernize to be able to represent the complex and contested future operating environment and effects. The community was requested to cover the full range of expected challenges: cyber, influence/information operations, space, autonomous system, C4ISR & military-civil decision making support, human behaviour, climatic conditions, and simulation architectures. The key objective is to think about the future mission environment and explore or provide examples of how M&S may be exploited to address national and coalition needs.
The response was impressive: 34 abstract proposals were submitted and 19 of them selected by the Programme Committee to be presented as full papers during the two-day MSG-171 Symposium in Vienna, 24-25 Oct 2019.
It is anticipated the symposium will also pursue Keynote Addresses from the Host Nation and NATO representatives as well as Invited Papers.
The event is open to NATO, Partnership for Peace and Global Partner Nations and invited observers; admission is free of charge. Online registration will be open by mid-July 2019 on the dedicated Science & Technology event booking page https://events.sto.nato.int Please contact the NMSG Group for further details.

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