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MSG-168 Lecture Series on Modelling and Simulation as a Service (MSaaS) - Arcueil, FRA

Lecture Series Lecture Series Office
Booked: 22 | Free Seats: 18

Theme

The future defence and security users will need a more rapid approach with greater scope to model and simulate the future operating environments. The Modelling and Simulation as a Service (MSaaS) Concept was developed to enable an Ecosystem and meet this need. MSaaS comprises services that:

  • Discover what is out there and enable re-use
  • Compose the required simulation environment
  • Execute that simulation environment.

Topics to be covered

The lectures will provide government/military/industry leaders and technical staff with sufficient information and education to enable them to understand MSaaS from Concept to Ecosystem and the benefits that it will bring. The topics covered will include:

  • Need and motivation for MSaaS;
  • MSaaS Concept to M&S Ecosystem;
  • Operational relevance and utility of MSaaS;
  • Technical reference architecture and standards;
  • Use case experimentation and demonstration;
  • Key enablers for MSaaS ecosystem
  • MSaaS Business Model;
  • Security challenges and methods;
  • Emerging national and supplier implementations;
  • Planned future activities;
  • Feedback and becoming part of the ecosystem.

General Information Package

Once your booking has been validated, you will be able to access the General Information Package (GIP) for the location you have registered for on this website. Log on to this website, come back to this page and you will be presented with a link to the GIP.

Thursday, 14. November 2019 until Friday, 15. November 2019 08:30 - 16:30

SET- 243 - Lecture Series - Passive Radar Technology, Athens, (GRC)

Lecture Series Lecture Series Office
Booked: 37 | Free Seats: 23

The goal of the LS on “Passive Radar Technology” is to provide to the wide military and civil audience the information about passive radars including passive radar fundamentals, properties of passive radars using different illumination sources, availability of illuminators, coverage for different altitudes, range, Doppler and localization accuracy, ability of deployment in different scenario etc.

Topics:

  • Passive radar fundamentals.
  • Signal models, propagation models, coverage analyses.
  • Properties of different passive radars using different illuminators of opportunity like FM, DAB, DVB-T, GSM, WiFi, WiMax, LTE, satellite, active radars.
  • Signal processing and clutter cancelation
  • Bistatic tracking, target localization and Cartesian tracking
  • Target imaging, passive SAR and ISAR, multistatic imaging
  • User requirements, applications
  • Existing demonstrators and commercial systems.

Once your registration is validated, please log in back to the site , come back to this page and download the general information package containing information about the venue.

Monday, 25. November 2019 until Tuesday, 26. November 2019

HFM-MSG-323 Specialist Team Meeting on Guidelines for Mitigating Cybersickness in Virtual Reality Systems

The discomfort that users experience during or after a session using a virtual environment is known since the beginning of the simulators era. While in the past decade, there has been a rapid advance in Virtual Reality (VR) technology, which involves all senses in a multimodal interactions, the human brain must integrate real-time vision, hearing, vestibular and proprioceptive inputs to produce the compelling and captivating feeling of immersion in a VR environment.

A serious problem with VR is that users may develop symptoms similar to motion sickness, a malady called cybersickness. Cybersickness may have undesirable consequences beyond the sickness itself. As a particular example, the flight simulator sickness could discourage pilots from using flight simulators, reduce the efficiency of training through distraction and the encouragement of adaptive behaviours that are unfavourable for performance, compromise ground safety or flight safety when sick and disoriented pilots leave the simulator. This could lead to virtual reality sickness as a major barrier to using virtual reality, indicating that virtual reality sickness may be a barrier to the effective use of training tools and rehabilitation tools in virtual reality.

 

Therefore, the HFM-MSG-323 Specialist Team (ST) on Guidelines for Mitigating Cybersickness in Virtual Reality Systems aims at gathering experienced engineers in Virtual Reality systems design and physicians to analyse the problem and draft guidelines for VR systems designers to minimise the cybersickness. The ST's objectives will be achieved by means of three meetings within a one-year timeframe.

 

The first meeting of HFM-MSG-323 ST will take place in Milan, Italy, on 27-29 November 2019. Please confirm your registration by enrolling via this website and/or by filling the attached PAF file and sending it to the below POC. 

In the attached GIP, you will find all the useful information about the meeting and for your travel organisation.

For further information please contact the Chair, Mr Paolo Proietti at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Wednesday, 27. November 2019 until Friday, 29. November 2019 13:00 - 13:00

SET- 243 - Lecture Series - Passive Radar Technology, Lisbon (PRT)

Lecture Series Lecture Series Office
Booked: 55 | Free Seats: 25

The goal of the LS on “Passive Radar Technology” is to provide to the wide military and civil audience the information about passive radars including passive radar fundamentals, properties of passive radars using different illumination sources, availability of illuminators, coverage for different altitudes, range, Doppler and localization accuracy, ability of deployment in different scenario etc.

Topics:

  • Passive radar fundamentals.
  • Signal models, propagation models, coverage analyses.
  • Properties of different passive radars using different illuminators of opportunity like FM, DAB, DVB-T, GSM, WiFi, WiMax, LTE, satellite, active radars.
  • Signal processing and clutter cancelation
  • Bistatic tracking, target localization and Cartesian tracking
  • Target imaging, passive SAR and ISAR, multistatic imaging
  • User requirements, applications
  • Existing demonstrators and commercial systems.

Once your registration is validated, please log in back to the site , come back to this page and download the general information package containing information about the venue.

Thursday, 28. November 2019 until Friday, 29. November 2019

SET- 243 - Lecture Series - Passive Radar Technology, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Lecture Series Lecture Series Office
Booked: 12 | Free Seats: 28

The goal of the LS on “Passive Radar Technology” is to provide to the wide military and civil audience the information about passive radars including passive radar fundamentals, properties of passive radars using different illumination sources, availability of illuminators, coverage for different altitudes, range, Doppler and localization accuracy, ability of deployment in different scenario etc.

Topics:

  • Passive radar fundamentals.
  • Signal models, propagation models, coverage analyses.
  • Properties of different passive radars using different illuminators of opportunity like FM, DAB, DVB-T, GSM, WiFi, WiMax, LTE, satellite, active radars.
  • Signal processing and clutter cancelation
  • Bistatic tracking, target localization and Cartesian tracking
  • Target imaging, passive SAR and ISAR, multistatic imaging
  • User requirements, applications
  • Existing demonstrators and commercial systems.

Once your registration is validated, please log in back to the site , come back to this page and download the general information package containing information about the venue.

Monday, 09. December 2019 until Tuesday, 10. December 2019
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