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NATO M&S COE. Outlines. Why a COE NATO MS COE Key points Way ahead Vision. Facilities Capabilities & Standards Current activities & projects Future. WHY A COE?. A COE is generally a result of an identified shortfall in NATO’s capabilities. MCM-236-03 “MC Concept for COEs ”.

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outlines
Outlines
  • Why a COE
  • NATO MS COE
  • Key points
  • Way ahead
  • Vision
  • Facilities
  • Capabilities & Standards
  • Current activities & projects
  • Future
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WHY A COE?

A COE isgenerally a result of an

identified shortfall in NATO’s capabilities.

MCM-236-03 “MC ConceptforCOEs”

Def.: … A COE is a nationally or multi-nationally sponsored entity, which offers recognized expertise and experience to the benefit of the Alliance, especially in support of transformation.

A COE provides opportunities to enhance education and training, to improve interoperability and capabilities, to assist in doctrine development and/or to test and validate concepts through experimentation.

A COE is not part of the NATO Command Structure (NCS), but forms part of the wider framework supporting NCA.

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WHY A COE?

  • Main benefits for NATO and Nations
  • Risk reduction in development and implementation;
  • Shared development of simulations and concepts including verification and validation interoperability;
  • Marketing in terms of contribution to NATO by sharing the load with other Nations;
  • One single location with SMEs in place working together;
  • Experimentation worked in the same place;
  • Cut of investment costs.
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NATO COEs

CSW COE

Kiel, DEU

CWO COE

Bodo, NOR

CCD COE

Tallinn, EST

ENSEC COE

Vilnius, LTU

CCD COE

Tallinn, EST

MP COE

Bydgoszcz, POL

JAPCC COE

Kakar, DEU

MILMED COE

Budapest, HUN

C2 COE

Ede, NLD

EOD COE

Trencin, SVK

CIMIC COE

Enschede, NLD

HUMINT COE

Oradea, ROM

CJOS COE

Norfolk, USA

NMW COE

Oostende, BEL

MW COE

Ljubljana, SVN

MILENG COE

Ingolstadt, DEU

CMDR COE

Sofia, BGR

CASPOA COE

Lyon, FRA

DAT COE

Ankara, TUR

C-IED COE

Madrid, ESP

JCBRN Defence COE

Vyskov, CZE

M&S COE

ROME

NATO Accredited COEs

Establishing COEs

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NATO M&S COE

a brief update ….

Itis the 17th NATO accredited COE

m s coe way ahead
M&S COE Way Ahead
  • Increase participation in any trial/exercise in order to:
    • Provide with M&S technical support;
    • Increaseinteroperability between systems;
    • Intercept warfighter operational needs and help in defining operational requirements.
  • Privilege any RFS in the field of CD&E;
  • Investigate and evaluate the potential of M&S in the field of education in Strategic Decision Making and Negotiation, Mediation and Decision Making Exercise (NMDX);
  • Adjust the training objective in order to provide mainly formation of SME (NATO and SN) “earmarked” for future direct collaboration with NATO Centres and with M&S COI.
m s coe community of interest
M&S COE & Community Of Interest
  • MainEventssharing and management (e.g. CAX Forum with JWC/ Academia);
  • Exchange of SME with NATO and National M&S entities(e.g. Courses and CAX support with JWC/ Academia);
  • Enable a multilevelM&S network in order to federate allnational M&S Centres;
  • Liaison with Companies in the spirit of DNBL initiative.
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M&S COE - mainactivities in 2013

    • Support to Alternative Analysis Pilot Course (ROME 28/1- 8/2)
  • ITEC 2013 (ROME 22-24 May)
      • Cooperation with NATO and industryBooths;
      • Distributed SimulationDemo with the involvement of M&S COE Lab and IT DefenceIndustry Lab (DNBL initiativeprinciples).
      • Presentation of 2 papers;
    • CWIX 2013
      • Support NATO analysis on trials events;
      • Direct Support of testsbetween SIACCON2 and GCCS-J;
    • CAX Forum (ROME 23-26 Sep)
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NATO M&S COE

VISION

To become a NATO reference to Warfighters in the field of development of

Concepts,

Weapon Systems and

Procedures.

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HIC SUNT LEONES

  • Facilities
  • Capabilities & Standards
  • Current activities & projects
  • Future
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Facilities

Control Room

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Facilities

CAX Educationenvironment

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Control Room Architecture Design

IMT / MDLP

(Interface Management Tool)

DRAMS

(Data Recording and Analysis Management System)

SGA

(Scenario Generator

&Animator)

3D Visualization

TM

(Trial Monitoring)

DRAMS: SimulationpacketsRecording & off-line Analysis

SGA: Scenario creation, management and animation

3D: Environment and Objects 3D Visualization

TM: SimulatedEntitiesposition and movement display

IMT: TechnicalMessages database

MDLP: TDL 11 & 16 RX/TX via WAN

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

EDUCATION &

TRAINING

ANALYSIS &

LESSONS LEARNED (A&LL)

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT &

EXPERIMENTATION

DOCTRINE DEVELOPMENT,

STANDARDS & INTEROPERABILITY

Support to ACT in NTF experiment

CAX Operator Certification Course

Support to Coalition Warrior Interoperability eXercise

CAX Forum

Interoperability Trials between ITA army C2 and GCCS-J . To be continued also inside CWIX 2013

Contribution to the ACT CD&E yearly cycle

M&S Basic and advanced Course

COE and Industry Battle Labs Federation

Participation to LL conference

CAX Operators to NRF Exercises

ITEC/ITSEC participation

Coordination with ACT / JALLC

Participation to NMSG activity

Simulation support to Crisis management exercise conducted by the NDC (NDMX)

Build up of the Community of interest

Cooperation with JCBRN COE

Alternative Analysis Pilot Course

WHITE = JTLS related

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO CAX Operator Certification Course

April 2011

June 2012

May 2013

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

Support to SteadfastseriesExercises

  • Dec 2010 (SteadfastJuno)
  • May2011 (SteadfastJoist)
  • Nov 2011 (SteadfastJuncture)
  • May 2012 (SteadfastJoist)
  • Nov 2012 (SteadfastJuncture)
  • Mar 2013 (Naples Vision)
  • Nov 2013 (Steadfast Jazz)
  • 2014 = 4 Major Ex
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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO CAX Forum

AIM

Exchange of information and "best practices" among the staffs of NATO and national simulation/exercise centres.

FOCUS

technical issues and operating procedures related to simulation-based exercises and training support.

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO CAX Forum

7th NATO CAX Forum

Rome,

September 24 – 27, 2012

NATO Modelling & SimulationCentreofExcellence

Piazza Villoresi, 1 – 00141 Rome (Italy)

NATO Modelling & SimulationCentreofExcellence

Piazza Villoresi, 1 – 00141 Rome (Italy)

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO CAX Forum

8th NATO CAX Forum

Rome,

September 23-26, 2013

AIM: Exchange of information and "best practices" among the staffs of NATO and national simulation/exercise centres.

FOCUS: technical issues and operating procedures related to simulation-based exercises and training support.

NATO Modelling & SimulationCentreofExcellence

Piazza Villoresi, 1 – 00141 Rome (Italy)

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO M&S Basic Course

AIM:basic education in the field of M&S;

& fundamental tools to plan, organize and execute M&S exercises oriented to NATO &

PfP military purposes.

TARGET: audience supposed to be

involved in planning and executing M&S exercises and which needs to get the fundamental knowledge to organize NATO military M&S applications

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO M&S Basic Course

  • Program
  • Introduction to Modelling & Simulation
  • Model and Model Hierarchy
  • Modelling & Simulation in Defence, LVC
    • Skill Trainer – Cdr & HQ Training – Experimentation
    • Simulation Verification & Validation – The Modelling Cycle
    • Human Factors – Human Modelling in Simulation
    • Deterministic Models / Probabilistic or Stochastic Models
  • Discrete and Continuous Simulation
  • Introduction to probability
  • Activity Cycle diagram
  • Computer Generated Forces, Synthetic Environment
  • Wargaming/Seminar Wargame
  • Simulation Based Acquisition
  • Exercises

M&S Basic Course

Rome, October 2012

3 dayscourse

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Maincurrentactivities & projects

NATO M&S Basic Course

  • Develop a Model for JTLS
  • Design of M&S Experiments with JTLS
  • Observe Random Parameters and Change Random Valuesin JTLS by using DDS
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Maincurrentactivities & projects

DTE SEESIM 12 NATO Training Federation Integration test

future
Future
  • JTLS integrationwithothermodelsandsimulationsystems
  • Eye on developmenteffortsand plan touse JCATS and JTLS together, possiblywithin NTF
  • Keep on with JTLS upgradestofutureversion
  • Attendingto MSG taskgroupmeetings.
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QUESTIONS?

COL Stefano NICOLO’

Director

sesto.mes.direttore@smd.difesa.it

Duty Phone +39 0646914361

LTC Stefano GIACOMOZZI

Distributed Simulation Branch

Scenario Mgmt & Doctrine

Impl. Section Chief

sesto.mes.1sz@smd.difesa.it

Duty Phone +39 0646914360