The workshop is intended to support the development of Distributed Networked Battle Labs (DNBL) services of national organisations. The workshop is linked to the NIAG SG 162 (Distributed Simulation for Air and Joint Mission Training), but it is our intention that the workshop will cover much broader aspect of the subject and will look at the complete spectrum of the Modelling and Simulation (M&S) services for Experimentation Test and Evaluation (ET&E). This will also allow national organisations to develop interfaces of their business models with the DNBL operating and business model.
For the Workshop the DNBL services, will cover the following service areas:
• Standard Compliance test support
• Training element integration support
• M&S elements resources MTDS, LVC or DTE Trials, including:
- Manned Simulators
- Computer Generated Forces
- User in the loop – Battle Labs
- Command and Control Applications
• Any other M&S services
The Distributed Networked Battle Labs has been created in order to tighten cooperation on preparation and conduct of ET&E events between the members of the framework. The DNBL framework provides the operating model to enable the federated use of capabilities and systems for a wide range of user groups and to exchange ET&E services available in the DNBL service catalogue.