Published:  February 9, 2015

Applying Modeling & Simulation for Defense

This issue presents a framework for achieving information dominance across organizations. It also looks at the successful use of M&S throughout the acquisition life cycle in a Department of Defense program. And it discusses challenges M&S analysts face in today’s environment of limited time and resources for system development, from beginning to end.

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How Does an Analyst Select M&S to Support the Entire DoD Acquisition Lifecycle Process?

Modeling and Simulation (M&S) users who require complex M&S typically do not have a long lifecycle for an experiment, analysis initiative or simulation-based event. To reduce cost, they need to use well-established simulation architectures and…

Sensor Life Cycle Acquisition and Training with Modeling & Simulation

The U.S. Army’s Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD) Modeling and Simulation Division (MSD) provides sensors acquisition engineering and analytical support and an extensive set of Government-owned Models and Simulations (M&S) to several Army…

A Probability of 1

If you protect a luscious, valuable, amazingly tempting data object, the probability of its being stolen is 1. It’s as sure as death and taxes. It’s only a matter of an attacker’s time and resources…

Achieving Information Dominance: Unleashing the Ozone Widget Framework

“The continued development and proliferation of information technologies will substantially change the conduct of military operations. These changes in the information environment make information superiority a key enabler of the transformation of the operational capabilities…