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1 SE Core Database Development Process ITEC 2011 Mark Johnson mark.doyle.johnson@us.army.mil Strong Point Research Supporting PEOSTRI – SE Core Orlando, FL US A

2 October 20102 Robert Cox PEO STRI, PM CONSIM rob.m.cox@us.army.mil Mark Johnson PEO STRI, PM CONSIM Strong Point Research mark.doyle.johnson@us.army.mil Guillermo Flores PEO STRI, PM CONSIM memo.flores@us.army.mil Connie Perry PEO STRI, PM CONSIM connie.perry@us.army.mil Dolores Lowe PEO STRI, PM CONSIM Strong Point Research dolores.g.lowe@us.army.mil Authors

3 3 One fight involving multiple simulators, using one SAF, on a common terrain database, resulting in a fair fight environment. SE Core Vision

4 CONSIM Strategic Priorities Army Integrated Training Environment Unified Constructive Architecture Virtual Systems SE CORE Integration CCTT Manned Module Embedded OneSAF Entity AVCATT Manned Module Supporting the Warfighter

5 5 Challenges SE Core is Solving 1. 1.Multiple types of terrain source data required to support training enterprise – –Terrain Database requirements for LVC Simulations varied & complex 2. 2.Source data provided is uncorrelated – –Correlation of source data is labor intensive – –SE Core has a process established to minimize correlation issues 3. 3.Use of approved standards for terrain data – –SE Core is standards based (ISO 191xx and ISO/IEC 180xx) – –SE Core uses industry standards (Shape Files, OpenFlight, etc) 4. 4.Most simulations utilize an application specific runtime database compiled and optimized for the target simulation – –SE Core provides not only industry standard formats, but runtime formats, too – –SE Core has developed interoperable databases between AVCATT and CCTT – –SE Core supports legacy IGs

6 6 Challenges SE Core is Solving 1. 1.High Resolution Mission Rehearsal Terrain DBs with geo-specific structures and vegetation still require months to create – –SE Core has developed a process that reduces the time to create terrain databases – –SE Core has created a model library that is over 500 common moving models 2. 2.Lack of web-based repositories for users to share and re-use existing terrain databases – –SE Core is working with AMSO to share our products through their web resources – –SE Core is working with the USAF and Navy to exchange our data in common formats 3. 3.SE Core is entering into exchange agreements with Coalition Allies

7 7 SE Core Strategy 1. 1.Effective solutions to terrain problems are complex and sometimes costly o o SE Core is a funded POR o o Leveraging industry solutions (market for capability) o o Leverage Service investments by entering into data sharing agreements 2. 2.Have establish requirements pedigree from TRADOC Capabilities Manager – Virtual (TCM-V) o o SE Core requirements set by out TCM-V o o TCM-V socialize with stakeholders o o Includes all requirements for LVC 3. 3.TCM-V is proponent and has established a solid resourcing stream New SE Core contract in source selection

8 8 SE Core Strategy (Continued) Further resources coming as others embrace SE Core o o Programs o o Industry o o Services Be able to ingest data from in all common formats o o DTED, CIB, OpenFlight, IFSAR,VMAP, Buckeye, etc o o SE Core has a list of over 160 data products from a variety of data providers that are available for each database

9 SE Core Architecture Overview

10 SE Core Data Formats 10 Program Needs Plug-inSubsystem UsePlug-in StatusCCTTAVCATTLVC-IACFFTLCTGamingCOFT-SAStryker EPX 50Image Generator XX OTFOneSAF XX X CCTT PVDPlan View Display XX TIREMRadio Communications XX CIBMission Planning XXX Geo DatabaseElectronic and Paper Map XX Environment ManagerN/A XX CADRG / Digital MapsElectronic Maps(FBCB2/PFPS) XXX Contour LineElectronic and Paper Map XX ShapeFileIndustry Standard Format X DTEDIndustry Standard Format X CTDBSAF X OpenFlightTypically Image Generation X GRID ASCIISimilar to DTED Auto DocDB Design Doc SEDRISInterchange Format SAGEImage Generator XX S2 FocusImage Generator X ValidationQuality Check FID ViewImage GeneratorWorking X ConstructiveSAF (OneSAF/WARSIM)Working ITEMSSAFWorking X VBS2 X EP8000Image GeneratorWorking X AAcuityImage GeneratorFuture X EP5000Image GeneratorFuture X MMRSRadarFuture X VRSGImage GeneratorFuture X X-IGImage GeneratorFuture Vital 9Image GeneratorFuture AechelonImage GeneratorFuture MedallionImage GeneratorFuture

11 Database Request Process

12 12 Lots of tools in use today. Will share GPR tools. ESRI Multigen Creator Terra Vista MADV QA Toolbar Go Tos VAZER Create Buffers AOO Tool Buffered Linears Conductor (in VAZER) EDM ArcMap Plugin Google Earth Sync Tool DVED Attribution Helpers Plugin Adaptive Build Fixer Conductor Embankment Plug in EPX Shape Converter Deterministic Scatter Plug-in CCDS Control Interface MDB Tools Terra Vista Plug-in Light Control CTDB Plug-in EPX Plug-in SEDRIS Plug-in GDB (AutoMap) Plug-in Defect KML Generator Validation Plug-in CIB Plug-in Shapefile Plug-in DTED Plug-in AutoDoc Plug-in Grid Ascii Plug-in XML Plug-in Openflight Plug-in Radio Plug-in PVD Plug-in Environment Manager Plug-in Production Viewer Task List CM2 CCDS Tool CM2 FID SMC Tool CM2 IR Poly Tool CM2 View The Attributor Validator Skeletor Reskeletor EDM Tools EDM Editor MDB Admin Tool Metadata Tool CADRG Tool (Generator) ArcSDE Sync MDB Exporter MDB Importer MDB Tools SE Core Tools On-demand Feature Integration Plug-in ERDAS Photoshop Supervisor

13 13 From the toolbox we produce products used by various organizations Terrain Plug-ins Models Industry Partners SE Core Tools

14 SE Core Can Share Geo-Spatial Content at Various Levels of Fidelity Simple Data: Existing Database Documentation Complex Production: Confederate Capability Analysis, Database Integration Source Data: Existing MDB Database extraction to Standard Format 3D Scene Data: Existing MDB Database Full MDB Geometry processing to Standard Format 3D Scene Data: New MDB Database Full MDB Geometry processing to Standard Format Current support and future user trend is growing 14

15 Successes of SE Core Databases SE Core has produced databases covering a larger area than those current CCTT terrain databases. 15

16 Cost Effectiveness of SE Core Databases SE Core databases produced at significant savings over legacy efforts (Normalized to a 100km x 100km area. ) 16

17 SE Core Map Products JOG-A Map Sample 17SE Core DVED

18 Common Moving Models 18 Over 450 models produced, CAE led the SE Core CM2 architecture development Over 450 models produced, CAE led the SE Core CM2 architecture development Worked collaboratively to define and refine the CM2 modification and production processes supporting SE Core - programs such as CCTT, AVCATT, CDT, GCTT Worked collaboratively to define and refine the CM2 modification and production processes supporting SE Core - programs such as CCTT, AVCATT, CDT, GCTT A participant and technology contributor to common sensor model capabilities for the U.S. Army Skilled in development and use of models for simulated sensor systems including infrared, RADAR, SONOR, and night vision

19 Future Terrain Database Production Order Ft Hood** Korea* Ft Campbell** FT Drum* FT Stewart** Ft Riley** Ft Carson** Ft Lewis/ Yakima* Ft Bragg* Germany* Ft Polk/ JRTC Ft Knox Ft Benning # Ft Bliss (BCT Mod) * LVC ITE ** LVC ITE Update # Update (not LVCITE) SE Core Terrain Database Production Plan 19

20 Path Forward 20 Outward Focus Sharing Data Increased Fidelity Increased capability to use of Imagery International distribution Compatibility with legacy systems Inward Focus Source data ingestion into the MDB More automation in TDB development Communication with programs

21 How to Get SE Core Products ProductsProducts –Databases –Common Moving Models (CM2) –Processed Data –Software Distribution Agreement/Database RequestDistribution Agreement/Database Request Mr. Leonard Hobbs, Deputy APM e-mail: leonard.hobbs@us.army.mil Phone: 407-382-5553 21

22 22 Dont Be Left Out in the Cold

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