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Title: Modelling joint air defence doctrinal issues with a LinkZA-based integration of two C2 simulators – a case study
Authors: Nel, JJ
Le Roux, WH
Van der Schyf, O
Mostert, M
Keywords: Command control
Joint air defence
Joint air defence
Battletek constructive war simulation
Virtual ground based system demonstrator
LinkZA
Issue Date: Jul-2007
Citation: Nel ,JJ, Le Roux, WH, Van der Schyf, O and Mostert, M. 2007. Modelling joint air defence doctrinal issues with a LinkZA-based integration of two C2 simulators – a case study. MICSSA (Military Information and Communications Symposium of South Africa). CSIR Conference Centre, Pretoria, South Africa. 23-26 July 2007, pp 9.
Abstract: This paper describes the integration between two command and control simulators in order to clarify doctrinal issues surrounding Joint Air Defence using as example the uncertainty of roles and responsibilities between the Air Defence Cell of the Sector Control Centre and the Fire Support Coordinating Centre of the Tactical Head Quarters. It illustrates the feasibility of clarifying this uncertainty by integrating the BattleTek Constructive War Simulation (from CyberSim) with the Virtual Ground Based System Demonstrator (from CSIR). It further discusses integration using an existing interface standard, LinkZA, and concludes with some recommendations for the standardisation of scenario definitions
Description: MICSSA (Military Information and Communications Symposium of South Africa). CSIR Conference Centre, Pretoria, South Africa, 23-26 July 2007
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3163
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