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I/ITSEC NATIONAL TRAINING AND SIMULATION ASSOCIATION THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATIONTECHNOLOGIES TO WIN IN A COMPLEX WORLD Be sure to check in side the front and back covers for 1 I/ITSEC NATIONAL TRAINING AND SIMULATION ASSOCIATION THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE HARNESSING NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO WIN IN A COMPLEX WORLD Be indisputable to check in side the presence and back covers for your Pocket Guide a newton direct current D. PROGRAM GUIDE uranium NOVEMBER 27 – december 1, 2017 uracil ORLANDO, FLORIDA 2

3 nitrogen WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS Conference Welcome 2 Keynote Speakers 3 Conference Leadership 4 Interservice Executives 5 Principals & Advisor 6 newton AGENDA Pre-Conference Agenda 7 Dress Code 7 Conference Agenda 8 Orange County Convention Center Diagram 12 Hyatt Regency Diagram 13 normality SPECIAL EVENTS Signature Events 15 Focus Events 26 Communities of Interest 34 Program Briefs 36 Special Guests 37 International Programs 38 normality PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Continuing Education Units/Continuous Learning Points 41 Tutorial Grid 42 Tutorial Synopses & Schedule 43 Paper Session Grid 54 Papers/Authors Presentation Schedule 58 Professional Development Workshops 66 newton STEM STEM Workforce Initiative 69 Future Leaders Students at I/ITSEC 70 America south Teachers at I/ITSEC Educators ( techpath ) 71 serious Games Showcase & Challenge 72 STEM pavilion : project Based Learning 73 I/ITSEC Scholarships 74 n EXHIBITS Hall Happenings Exhibitors 79 normality COMMITTEES Conference Committee Council of Chairs 83 Program Subcommittees 84 Special Teams 86 newton CONFERENCE INFORMATION Registration Information Parking Dress Code 89 Lodging 90 Getting around 91 Publications & Media 92 Association Sponsors 93 Safety & Security 94 Golf Tournament 95 5K Run 96 normality I/ITSEC 2018 I/ITSEC 2018 Save the Date 97 Call for Papers and Tutorials 98 Serious Games Showcase & Challenge 99 n ABSTRACTS 101 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 1 CONFERENCE WELCOME ELCOME ATTENDEES OF I/ITSEC 2017 On behalf of the United States Army, this year s Lead Service, our sponsoring organization, the National Training and Simulation Association, the 4 CONFERENCE WELCOME ELCOME ATTENDEES OF I/ITSEC 2017 On behalf of the United States Army, this year sulfur Lead Service, our sponsoring organization, the National Training and Simulation Association, the Service Executives and their Principals, and the 200-plus volunteers from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Veteran s Health Administration, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Industry, and Academia, it is my distinct honor and bang-up pleasure to welcome you to the 2017 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference ! After celebrating the fiftieth Anniversary of the conference in 2016, it is entirely fitting that the theme selected for this year s league, Harnessing New Technologies to Win in a Complex World, emphasizes the need to embrace non-traditional technologies for training military and civilian personnel on the complex tasks enabled by nowadays mho technical advances that are not virtual, or potential, in the veridical world. construction on the Conference s military-focused bequest, I/ITSEC has grown into the largest cross-industry forum for model, simulation and prepare, drawing an increasing number of attendees from a broad stove of industries including healthcare, energy, department of transportation and manufacturing all of whom are in search of modern innovations to change the manner people learn and perform, to drive down costs, and win more business in an increasingly competitive business environment. The volunteer united states army consist of our six Subcommittees, the Tutorial Board, and the Conference Committee has spent this class finding the best technical papers ( 129 ), tutorials ( 21 ), educationally-focused particular events ( 26 ), and a range of extra programs including our third annual Operation Blended Warrior consequence that will highlight emerging Live, Virtual, Constructive ( LVC ) consolidation capabilities. This year s Black Swan gore is called A Blast to the Past, where military and academic experts will discuss the scenario of earth being hit by a solar geomagnetic storm generated by our sun during a Coronal Mass Ejection. The panel will describe modeling the widespread electrical outages from electro-magnetic pulse ( EMP ) effects a good as the broad technical and social challenges in dealing with this type of solar consequence. other special programs include the future Leaders Pavilion, Serious Games Showcase and Challenge, and workshops designed to complement the other aspects of this year s conference – I am certain you will find the 2017 Program to be rich, diverse, and chock full of new technologies precisely waiting to be harnessed ! All Monday tutorials, Friday workshops, and composition sessions are available for Continuing Education Credits ( CEUs ) and continuous Learning Credits ( CLCs ). extra information regarding CEU registration is available on the org web site. Don t forget to come to the awards banquet on Thursday night, where our Best paper and Scholarship winners will be announced ! Coming to I/ITSEC wouldn metric ton be dispatch without a visit to the exhibit hall, which hosts the largest display of training systems capabilities in the world with over 400 exhibitors presenting leading-edge technology and innovative concepts. This year, we besides welcome proceed growth in the number of international attendees. With over 2000 attendees from over 70 countries expected, we have created even more opportunities for networking to promote dialogue and estimate exchange with external partners. last, I want to express my earnest thanks and appreciation to our give volunteers and their sponsors. Their committedness and support have made I/ITSEC 2017 a world and ensured this league remains the prime minister professional growth consequence across the ball for the aim and simulation professional. As you attend the events and walk the parade floor over the future few days, please take a moment to thank the authors and other volunteers who have helped make this platform a success. sincerely, Brian Holmes, 2017 Program Chair INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE General David G. Perkins, USA Commanding General U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Service Keynote GENERAL DAVID G. PERKINS, USA, commands the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. He is responsible for selecting and recruiting every U.S. Congress; Battalion Commander during Operation Able Sentry; Brigade Commander for the invasion of Iraq; Executive Assistant to the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Division 5 General David G. Perkins, USA Commanding General U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Service Keynote GENERAL DAVID G. PERKINS, USA, commands the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. He is responsible for selecting and recruiting every U.S. Army Soldier, train and educating Army professionals, and designing the future U.S. Army. His numerous aged leadership positions include special Assistant to the Speaker of the House, 104th U.S. Congress ; Battalion Commander during Operation Able Sentry ; Brigade Commander for the invasion of Iraq ; Executive Assistant to the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ; and Division Commander during the passage of U.S. Forces from Iraq in General Perkins commanded the U.S. Army randomness premier education and drawing card development institution at Fort Leavenworth. In this function, he was responsible for managing train development and support, developing U.S. Army doctrine, and synchronizing drawing card development. A native of New Hampshire, he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy, holds a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering adenine well as a Masters degree in National Security and Strategic Studies. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Don Ariel Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Raydon Corporation Industry Keynote DON ARIEL is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Raydon Corporation, a pioneer in science-based virtual reality discipline used by soldiers in coach locations globally. Over his long career, Mr. Ariel has been a stem advocate for acquisition reforms that promote invention and efficiency. By doing what is best for the soldier and taxpayer, Don systematically strives to disrupt the status quo and create challenging, advanced solutions and resourcing for military train. As a school engineer, Don possesses a rare blend and poise of deep technical sympathy and an advanced occupation mentality. He was recruited neat out of college into the unmarried largest and most boldly ambitious model program the U.S. Army had always executed, the Conduct of Fire Trainer ( COFT ). Don south mission was to deploy, install, and maintain this complex infrastructure. His years at General Electric shaped his intelligent about the determination and value of simulation. Along with his partners, he built a market-aligned process with an initiation pipeline. Mr. Ariel continues to shape discussions about how a holistic opinion of train infrastructures, combined with open standards and industry collaboration, impacts quality, cost and efficiency of military train for full force readiness. Don south personal and professional interests center around understanding and improving human performance. His catching exuberance and expertness on this subject is what fuels his mania as a technical school airy, futuristic, opinion leader, executive, pioneer and entrepreneur. Mr. Ariel is passionate about helping to shape new standards, new breakthroughs, new frontiers and newly ways to train humans specially for those risking their lives for us. THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 3 CONFERENCE LEADERSHIP Conference Chairs Dave Hutchings I/ITSEC 2017 Conference Chair Brian Holmes I/ITSEC 2017 Program Chair Conference Sponsor RADM James Robb, USN (Ret.business operations, and mergers/acquisition consulting services to Government contractors and commercial businesses. He also joined the Coe & Naylor Group in 2016 as VP Business Development.In this role, his primary responsibility was for the planning and execution of the strategic growth plan with primary focus on strategic pursuits, partnerships, and M&A. Mr.solutions. 6 CONFERENCE LEADERSHIP Conference Chairs Dave Hutchings I/ITSEC 2017 Conference Chair Brian Holmes I/ITSEC 2017 Program Chair Conference Sponsor RADM James Robb, USN ( Ret. ) President National Training and Simulation Association DAVID HUTCHINGS founded DDH and Associates, LLC in 2016 to provide strategic commercial enterprise development, business capture, proposal management, occupation operations, and mergers/acquisition consult services to Government contractors and commercial businesses. He besides joined the Coe & Naylor Group in 2016 as VP Business Development. From, Mr. Hutchings served as the SVP Strategic Business Development for Raydon Corporation. In this function, his primary province was for the planning and execution of the strategic growth design with primary coil concenter on strategic pursuits, partnerships, and M & A. Mr. Hutchings has over 34 years of business exploitation and operations management feel in DoD, commercial and other government agencies with a potent focus on custom-made trail and simulation solutions. He has held aged floor management positions in regional and national business development, operations, and sales for Raydon Corporation, Camber Corporation, Teledyne Brown Engineering, Interactive Media Corporation, APEX Technology, Simms Industries, and General Physics Corporations. Mr. Hutchings has served on the NDIA Central Florida Board of Directors since He has besides served in numerous roles for I/ITSEC having served as the I/ITSEC 2015 Program Chair, the I/ITSEC STEM Student Tour Coordinator from a well as other I/ITSEC subcommittees in prior years including the train, Education, Best Paper and PSMA Subcommittees. He holds a B.S. degree in Business Management and Marketing. Mr. Hutchings besides served six years in the U.S. Navy s Submarine Force. BRIAN HOLMES is the Vice President of Sales and selling at Nova Technologies, a minor business that specializes in creating innovative solutions to ensure mission achiever for our nation sulfur warfighters, and is the prime contractile organ on the U.S. Army randomness Call for Fire Trainer III ( CFFT III ), special Operations Forces Training, Engineering and Maintenance Support II ( SOFTEAMS II ) and special Operations Mission Planning and Environment ( SOMPE ) contracts. Prior to joining Nova, Brian s experience includes working with entire departments, teams, small groups, and individuals, at every flush in an organization, from Boards of Directors and upper management to support staff. Brian has held positions as Project Engineer, Systems Engineer, Lead Engineer, Project/Program Manager, Capture Manager, Proposal Manager, Director of Operations and Vice President during his 29 years in the MS & T Industry. He presently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Center for Simulation, and as a Board extremity for Fairways for Warriors and the Sunshine chapter of the Association of the United States Army. Brian received his Masters of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering ( with an vehemence on Simulation and Training ) from the University of Central Florida in 1998, and an Executive Development Certificate in Business Excellence from Vanderbilt University in He has authored more than 10 papers for professional organizations and magazines, and has been a proud participant on I/ITSEC Subcommittees and Conference Committee for eight years. Following graduation from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, designation as a Naval Aviator, and aim in the F-14 Tomcat, Admiral Robb deployed nine times across the ball accumulating over 5,000 hours and 1,000 carrier wave landings. Following a tour flying russian fighters in the Nevada desert, he commanded Fighter Squadron Fifty One, Carrier Air Wing Nine, the Navy Fighter Weapons School ( TOPGUN ), and Carrier Strike Group Seven. As a Flag Officer he managed all Naval Aviation Programs ( N980 ) and was the Director of Navy Readiness ( N43 ). Following 9/11, he joined US- CENTCOM as the Director of Plans ( J5 ) deploying to the Middle East in support of battle operations. Retiring in 2006, he built a successful little confer business before joining the National Training and Simulation Association as President in June General Herbert J. Carlisle, USAF ( Ret. ) President and Chief Executive Officer National Defense Industrial Association Herbert J. Hawk Carlisle became president and chief executive officeholder of the National Defense Industrial Association ( NDIA ) June 15, Gen. Carlisle came to NDIA after a 39-year career in the Air Force, from which he retired as a four-star general in March His last grant was as commanding officer, Air Combat Command at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. Before that, Gen. Carlisle was the commanding officer of Pacific Air Forces ; the air component commanding officer for U.S. Pacific Command ; and executive conductor of Pacific Air Combat Operations staff, Joint Base Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Gen. Carlisle has served in assorted operational and staff assignments throughout the Air Force and commanded a champion squadron, an operations group, two wings and a Numbered Air Force. He was a joint service officer and served as Chief of Air Operations, U.S. Central Command Forward in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. During that time, he participated in Operation Restore Hope in Somalia INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE BG William E. Cole, USAArmy Service Executive (Lead Service) BG WILLIAM E.government civilian, and service support contractors. Prior to this assignment, he served as the Deputy Program Executive Officer, Missiles and Space, Redstone Arsenal, AL.Previously he served simultaneously as both the Deputy Commanding General of the Research, Development and Engineering Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and senior commander of the NatickAmong other distinguished assignments during his career, BG Cole served with the 319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment in Kuwait during Operations Desert Shield and Storm, and later in Afghanistan 7 BG William E. Cole, USA U.S. Army Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation CAPT Erik Etz, USN Commanding Officer Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, and Naval Support Activity Army Service Executive ( Lead Service ) BG WILLIAM E. COLE, USA, is the Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation ( PEO STRI ) which executes an annual multi-billion dollar program staffed by more than 1,200 military, politics civilian, and service support contractors. anterior to this assignment, he served as the Deputy Program Executive Officer, Missiles and Space, Redstone Arsenal, AL. He was responsible for the growth, production, fielding, and life cycle management of the Army sulfur missile and quad related systems. previously he served simultaneously as both the Deputy Commanding General of the Research, Development and Engineering Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and senior commander of the Natick Soldier Systems Center, Natick, Massachusetts. Among early distinguished assignments during his career, BG Cole served with the 319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment in Kuwait during Operations Desert Shield and Storm, and belated in Afghanistan as the Director of Forward Operations for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology. Navy Service Executive CAPT ERIK ROCK ETZ commands the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division ( NAWCTSD ), the Navy second star center for modeling, simulation, and training systems technologies. The command provides training solutions and research for a wide-eyed spectrum of military programs, including aviation, surface & submarine war, and other specify requirements. CAPT Etz leads a work force of more than 1,000 scientists, evaluators, engineers, technicians, logisticians, contracting specialists, and corroborate personnel. CAPT Etz was commissioned through the Naval ROTC course of study in 1990 upon earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. As a Naval Aviator, CAPT Etz logged over 3,500 flight hours in over 35 types of aircraft, including over 2,950 F/A-18 hours and over 840 carrier landings on 14 different aircraft carriers. He has commanded an F/A- 18 squadron and served in acquisition and flight test positions. CAPT Etz served as the Executive Officer of NAWCTSD for two years anterior to assuming instruction in April Col Walt Yates, USMC Program Manager, Marine Corps Systems Command PM Training Systems His awards include the Bronze Star Medal, two Defense Meritorious Service Medals, two Meritorious Service Medals, three Air Medals ( Strike/Flight ), three Navy Commendation Medals, the Navy Achievement Medal, and respective unit and service awards. Marine Corps Service Executive Col WALT YATES, USMC, is the Marine Corps Systems Command Program Manager, Training Systems ( PM TRASYS ). He is creditworthy for managing a work force of over 150 personnel in the acquisition and sustenance of training systems used throughout the Marine Corps. Col Yates graduated from Texas A & M University in 1990 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology. He graduated from the Naval Postgraduate School in 2004 with an M.S. in the battlefield of Modeling, Virtual Environments and Simulation. As a Field Artillery officeholder, he served ashore and deployed afloat in billets including Forward Observer, Platoon Commander, Fire Direction Officer, and Battery Commander. Col Yates served as the officeholder in commission of the Battle Simulation Center for MAGTF Training Command from 2004 to From 2007 to 2011, he served on the Program Manager for Training Systems staff, including a year as the Marine Corps Systems Command Liaison Officer to the Command Element of Multinational Force-West, Iraq. In 2011, Col Yates returned to Marine Corps Systems Command as the Deputy for Modeling and Simulation. He completed his assignment as a Secretary of Defense Corporate Fellow at Norfolk Southern Corporation prior to reporting for duty as PM TRASYS. Air Force Service Executive Col PHILIP E. CARPENTER, USAF, is the Chief, Simulators Program Office. He leads a 430-member team, executes a $ 5.8B portfolio, and is creditworthy for developing and maintaining 50+ training systems for ACC, AMC, AETC, AFSOC, AFGSC, and multiple FMS partner nations. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1986, and served as an avionics technician on the SR-71, and a communications systems hustler on EC-130 and EC-135 aircraft. He was commissioned in 1995 through Air Force Officer Training School, and has held a kind of program management positions in space, intelligence, control and control, cyber, and weapons. As a party Col Philip E. Carpenter, USAF Chief, Simulators Program Office, Air Force Materiel Command Gregory Knapp Senior Systems Engineer & Program Manager/Acting OSD Executive grade officer, he served as a C-5 and KC-10 aircraft maintenance military officer. He deployed in corroborate of Operation Iraqi Freedom and was named the 60th Air Mobility Wing Maintenance Support Officer of the Year. Col Carpenter served as the Chief of Acquisition Officer Assignments at the Air Force Personnel Center and completed a joint go with U.S. Forces, Japan. During this assignment, he served as an Operations Officer, Combat Ops and Exercises ; Chief, Integrated Air and Missile Defense ; and Executive Officer to the Commander. He besides participated in Operation Tomodachi following the devastating 9.0 earthquake and tsunami. Col Carpenter was the Materiel Leader for AIM-120 development, and most recently, he was the Chief, F-16 Foreign Military Sales, where he managed a $ 23B portfolio to produce and modify over 750 aircraft for 10 nations. Col Carpenter holds an APDP Level III in Program Management and is a Level II Credentialed Space Professional. Senior Advisor for Readiness and Training GREGORY KNAPP supports the U.S. Army AMRDEC and the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense ( Force Education and Training ) performing program management, technology and acquisition functions in a wide-variety of train and technology areas. He recently served as the Vice Deputy Director for Future Joint Force Development, J7, Joint Staff, overseeing functional analysis, Chairman s Wargaming, Doctrine Development, Joint Concepts and Experimentation. He presently supports coalition train, industry engagement, simulation invention, spectrum training management and cyber programs. Recent supported projects include development of the Defense Readiness Reporting System, SECDEF Nuclear Review, and joint exploitation of : ballistic projectile defense ; cyber ; command and master ; swarm calculation ; Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance ; logistics ; automated systems ; interagency cooperation ; and space capability. He supported the development of the Joint Operational Access Concept, Capstone Concept for Joint Operations, dozens of studies including the Mali study and the Decade of War analysis. He managed over 50 projects affecting all Combatant Commands, Services, Interagency and Coalition partners. INTERSERVICE EXECUTIVES THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 5 Service Principals PRINCIPALS & ADVISOR Traci Jones Army (LeadSimulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) Martin BushikaCommand (MARCORSYSCOM), Program Manager, Training Systems (PM TRASYS)Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) Tony DalSasso Air Force(AFMC) OSD Director Joint Assessment Enabling Capability, Office of the Deputy 8 Service Principals PRINCIPALS & ADVISOR Traci Jones Army ( Lead Service ) G5, Plans & Strategy U.S. Army Program Executive Office, Simulation, Training and Instrumentation ( PEO STRI ) Martin Bushika Marine Corps Director, Program Integration Marine Corps Systems Command ( MARCORSYSCOM ), Program Manager, Training Systems ( PM TRASYS ) Diana Teel Navy Industry Outreach Program Manager Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division ( NAWCTSD ) Tony DalSasso Air Force Chief Engineer Simulators Program Office, Air Force Materiel Command ( AFMC ) OSD Principal Shep Barge, Ph.D. Director Joint Assessment Enabling Capability, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training Education and Training Advisor VADM Al Harms, USN ( Ret. ) INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 9 Agenda 10 11 WEDNESDAY, 22 NOVEMBER 2017 TIME LOCATION 0730 Exhibitor Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE 1700 Exhibitor Registration Close TIME THURSDAY, 23 NOVEMBER 2017 CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING FRIDAY, 24 NOVEMBER AND SATURDAY, 25 NOVEMBER 2017 LOCATION 0730 Exhibitor Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE 1800 Exhibitor Registration Close TIME SUNDAY, 26 NOVEMBER 2017 LOCATION 0730 Exhibitor Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE 1200 Conference Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE PRE-CONFERENCE AGENDA 1200 Satellite Registration Open Hyatt Regency/Convention Center Entrance 1800 All Registrations Close Dress Code BRANCH CONFERENCE AND GENERAL SESSIONS BANQUET Army ACUs or Duty Uniform Army Blue ( Army Evening Mess optional ) Marine Corps Service C Evening Dress ( Dress Blue B or Service A optional ) Navy Service Khaki, Navy Service Uniform Dinner Dress White ( Service Dress White optional ) Air Force Short or Long Service Blues Service Dress Blue with tie and jacket ( Mess Dress optional ) Coast Guard Tropical Blue Long Dinner Dress White ( Service Dress White optional ) civilian Business attire Black connect ( optional ) or international traditional costume THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 7 12 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 TIME LOCATION 0730 Conference and Exhibit Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE CONFERENCE AGENDA 0730 Satellite Registration Open Hyatt Regency/Convention Center Entrance TUTORIALS ( Synopses begin on page 43 ) introduction to HLA ( 1729 ) Room S320A Planning and Execution of a LVC Multi-Architecture Distributed Event ( 1705 ) Cybersecurity Trends : Protecting LVC Networks, Training and Simulation Systems ( 1711 ) Effective Face Validation Methodology to Evaluate Simulation Fidelity for Training ( 1722 ) An initiation to Cognitive Systems for Modeling & Simulation ( 1715 ) initiation to DoD Modeling and Simulation ( 1718 ) Fundamentals of Modeling and Simulation ( 1710 ) team Training Environment Specification and Selection ( 1740 ) Room S320B Room S320C Room S320D Room S320E Room S320F Room S320GH Room S330G SIGNATURE EVENT 1 : congressional Modeling and Simulation Event ( page 15 ) Room S330BCD TUTORIALS ( Synopses begin on page 47 ) TENA/JMETC : Live-Virtual-Constructive integration for Test and Training ( 1716 ) Distributed LVC Event Integration and Execution ( 1706 ) Trade Compliance in Uncertain Times Simulation and Export Controls 2017 ( 1709 ) Addressing the Challenges of Rigorous Simulation Validation ( 1733 ) Spoken-dialogue Interaction for Serious Games and Virtual Training Simulators ( 1735 ) Enterprise Solutions for M & S Asset Discovery and Reuse ( 1720 ) M & S by Example : Understanding Modeling & Simulation Applications by Design ( 1704 ) Discovery experiment : What, Why, How ( 1744 ) Room S320A Room S320B Room S320C Room S320D Room S320E Room S320F Room S320GH Room S330G 1400 Exhibits Open Exhibit Hall FOCUS EVENT 1 : small Business Senior Executive Leadership Panel ( page 26 ) Room S TUTORIALS ( Synopses begin on page 51 ) Distributed synergistic Simulation ( DIS ) 101 : The Basics ( 1731 ) Modern Network Architectures to support Distributed Simulation and LVC ( 1737 ) The Essential Guide to Cyberspace Training ( 1732 ) Demystifying xapi and Learning Analytics ( 1728 ) Simulation Conceptual Modeling Theory and Use Cases ( 1703 ) SIGNATURE EVENT 2 : operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) ( page 16 ) Interoperability Data Management 1800 Exhibits Close Room S320A Room S320B Room S320C Room S320D Room S320E Booth All Registration Stations Close INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY training, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 13 TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER 2017 TIME LOCATION 0700 Conference and Exhibit Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE 0700 Satellite Registration Open Hyatt Regency/Convention Center Entrance OPENING CEREMONIES Hyatt Regency/Regency Ballroom Call to Order Presentation of Colors National Anthem Invocation OPENING REMARKS David Hutchings, 2017 Conference Chair KEYNOTE ADDRESSES General David G. Perkins, USA Don Ariel Commanding General, U.S. Army Co-Founder and Chief Executive Training and Doctrine Command Officer, Raydon Corporation SIGNATURE EVENT 3 : General/Flag Officer Panel ( page 17 ) Hyatt Regency/Regency Ballroom CONFERENCE AGENDA 1200 Exhibits Open Exhibit Hall Lunch ( Opening of Exhibits and Lunch will occur at 1200 or upon adjournment of the General/Flag Officer Panel ) PAPER SESSIONS ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. session schedules for this timeframe are on page 54. ) South Hall B Rooms S320ABCDEF SIGNATURE EVENT 4 : Cyber Operations in a complex World ( page 18 ) Room S330BCD FOCUS EVENT 2 : open Source Software : A Debate ( page 27 ) Room S320GH SIGNATURE EVENT 2 : operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) ( page 16 ) Live Asset Integration and Cyber PAPER SESSIONS ( Title/Author List begins on foliate 58. session schedules for this timeframe are on page 54. ) Booth 449 Rooms S320ABCDEF SIGNATURE EVENT 5 : Human-in-the-Loop Simulators for Test and Training ( page 19 ) Room S320GH FOCUS EVENT 3 : Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality ( AR/VR ) in Navy Training ( page 28 ) Room S330BCD COMMUNITY OF interest 1 : buy invention in Military Technology Room S PROGRAM BRIEF 1 : united states air force Acquisition Update ( page 36 ) Room S330EF Exhibitor Networking Event Exhibit Hall 1800 Senior Leaders Networking Hour and M & S Awards Dinner, by invitation from NTSA merely Hyatt Regency 1800 All Registration Stations Close 1830 Exhibits Close THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 9 14 WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 2017 TIME LOCATION 0700 Conference and Exhibit Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE CONFERENCE AGENDA PAPER SESSIONS ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. school term schedules for this timeframe are on page 55. ) Rooms S320ABCDEF SIGNATURE EVENT 6 : global General/Flag Officer Perspectives in Learning ( page 20 ) Room S330BCD FOCUS EVENT 4 : Cloud-Based model : ballyhoo or reality ? ( page 29 ) Room S320GH PROGRAM BRIEF 2 : U.S. Army PEO STRI TSIS Update ( page 36 ) Room S330EF PM ITTS PM TRADE JPMO MMS 0930 Exhibits Open Exhibit Hall SIGNATURE EVENT 2 : operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) ( page 16 ) coalescence Support Multi-Level Security Booth SIGNATURE EVENT 7 : Warfighter Decision Superiority ( page 21 ) Room S330BCD PAPER SESSIONS Rooms S320ABCDEF ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. school term schedules for this timeframe are on page 55. ) FOCUS EVENT 5 : Ignite I/ITSEC ( page 30 ) Room S320GH Lunch South Hall B PAPER SESSIONS Rooms S320ABCDEF ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. school term schedules for this timeframe are on page 56. ) SIGNATURE EVENT 8 : International Collaboration 2017 ( page 22 ) Room S330BCD SIGNATURE EVENT 9 : I/ITSEC Fellows ( page 23 ) Room S320GH FOCUS EVENT 6 : Army Synthetic Environment : Standard, Sharable, Geospatial Framework for the Army M & S Enterprise ( page 31 ) SIGNATURE EVENT 2 : operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) ( page 16 ) Dense Urban Areas and Performance Measurement Room S330EF Booth PAPER SESSIONS Rooms S320ABCDEF ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. school term schedules for this timeframe are on page 56. ) The Future is nowadays : future Leaders Pavilion presentations Room S320D SIGNATURE EVENT 10 : Narratives in Information Warfare ( page 24 ) Room S320GH SIGNATURE EVENT 11 : Black Swan-A Blast to the Past ( page 25 ) Room S330BCD COMMUNITY OF interest 2 : GeoSpatial Standards ( page 34 ) Room S PROGRAM BRIEF 2 : U.S. Army PEO STRI TSIS Update ( page 36 ) Room S330EF PM ITE IPO Project Lead Field Operations Army Contracting Command-Orlando SPECIAL SESSION : International Future Authors Session Room S310C 1800 All Registration Stations Close 1800 Exhibits Close INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY trail, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 15 THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER 2017 TIME LOCATION 0700 Conference and Exhibit Registration Open South Concourse, S320CDE PAPER SESSIONS ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. school term schedules for this timeframe are on page 57. ) Rooms S320ABCDEF FOCUS EVENT 7 : Agents from the Future ( page 32 ) Room S320GH COMMUNITY OF interest 3 : research Challenges in M & S in the era of Big Data and the Internet of Things ( page 35 ) Room S PROGRAM BRIEF 3 : Navy Vision from the train System s Program Managers ( page 36 ) Room S330EF 0930 Exhibits Open Exhibit Hall SIGNATURE EVENT 2 : operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) ( page 16 ) Gaming Solutions and Interoperability PAPER SESSIONS ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. session schedules for this timeframe are on page 57. ) Booth 449 Rooms S320ABCDEF FOCUS EVENT 8 : Big Data & M & S ( page 33 ) Room S320GH CONFERENCE AGENDA Lunch South Hall B PAPER SESSIONS ( Title/Author List begins on page 58. session schedules for this timeframe are on page 57. ) Rooms S320ABCDEF 1500 Exhibit Hall and Registration Close Exhibit Hall 1800 Hosted Reception sponsored by Lockheed Martin Hyatt Regency Regency Ballroom Foyer 1900 Conference Awards Banquet Dinner Music provided by Bob Dehne on the Vibraphones Best Paper Award Presentation RADM Fred Lewis Postgraduate I/ITSEC Scholarship Aft emergency room Dinner Entertainment Passing of the Flag for I/ITSEC 2018 Dance Music provided by Captain Harry and the Surfriders Hyatt Regency Regency Ballroom FRIDAY, 1 DECEMBER 2017 TIME PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS ( Synopses on pages 66-67 ) LOCATION PDW1 : Modeling & Simulation for Acquisition Room S330H PDW2 : Live-Virtual-Constructive ( LVC ) Interoperability Techniques Room S330G PDW3 : Managing Innovations in pretense : Incorporating Mobile, 3D, Gaming, Augmented Reality, AI and More Into Your Programs Room S331D PDW4 : Certified Modeling & Simulation Professional ( CMSP ) Room S331C PDW5 : big Data : Harnessing the Power of Data Analytics to Optimize Training Room S331B PDW6 : export Controls on the Technology and Software Transfers Room S330F PDW7A : Measuring the ROI of Training, Simulation, and Education Programs Room S331A PDW7B : Measuring the ROI of Training, Simulation, and Education Programs Room S331A PDW8 : serious Game Development Workshop Room S330E THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 11 CONVENTION CENTER South Concourse Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida Although the buildings are large, a five minute walk will take you.Concourse to the Rosen Center (In comparison, a walk from Hall A to Hall F in the West Concourse takes about ten minutes. 16 CONVENTION CENTER South Concourse Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida Although the buildings are large, a five hour walk will take you … from the South Concourse to the North Concourse from the South Concourse to the Hilton from the South Concourse to the Hyatt Regency, once Peabody Orlando from the South Concourse to the Rosen Center ( In comparison, a walk of life from Hall A to Hall F in the West Concourse takes about ten minutes. ) floor 3 ( Presentations/Events/Practice Rooms ) LEVEL 2 ( Entry Level ) To Exhibit Floor To Exhibit Floor First Aid Self-Registration Onsite Registration Property Check Lost & Found Hyatt Regency Hilton Rosen Centre INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE RECREATION LEVEL MEZZANINE LEVEL 49 UPPER POOL DECK GARDEN TERRACE 50 52 53 51 WINTER PARK BREAKOUT ROOMS 54 ORCHID ROOM VERANDAH TENNIS COURT HYATT REGENCY 48 47 46 44 45 43 DISCOVERY BREAKOUT ROOMS 17 RECREATION LEVEL MEZZANINE LEVEL 49 UPPER POOL DECK GARDEN TERRACE WINTER PARK BREAKOUT ROOMS 54 ORCHID ROOM VERANDAH TENNIS COURT HYATT REGENCY DISCOVERY BREAKOUT ROOMS 42 CHALLENGER BREAKOUT ROOMS COLUMBIA BREAKOUT ROOMS BOARDROOM B-Line Diner ENTRY LEVEL OPEN TO WINDERMERE BALLROOM BELOW Convention Entrance Bus Drop Off BARREL form I II I CORAL SPRING II MANATEE SPRING I II PEACOCK spring I II OPEN TO REGENCY BALLROOM BELOW ROCK SPRING BAYHILL BREAKOUT ROOMS CONVENTION LEVEL A B C GULF FLORIDA BALLROOM F E ATLANTIC D G PLAZA INTERNATIONAL BALLROOM H I J K N M ORLANDO BALLROOM L Q P Opening Ceremonies Keynote Speakers General/Flag Officer Panel Closing Banquet O R REGENCY BALLROOM S V W X Z WINDERMERE BALLROOM Y Hyatt Regency Satellite Registration Desk I BLUE SPRING II I RAINBOW SPRING II SILVER spring I II REGENCY EXPRESS T U REGENCY ROTUNDA THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 13 18 NOTES INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY prepare, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 19 extra Events 20 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 1030 1200 ROOM S330BCD SE1 Congressional Modeling and Simulation Event SELECT MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THIS I/ITSEC EVENT Bobby Scott* Caucus Chair Virginia 3rdeveryone attending the conference or exposition to hear from the training and simulation leaders in congress. 21 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER ROOM S330BCD SE1 Congressional Modeling and Simulation Event SELECT MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THIS I/ITSEC EVENT Bobby Scott* Caucus Chair Virginia 3rd District Stephanie Murphy* Caucus Co-Chair Florida 7th District John Rutherford* Caucus Co-Chair Florida 4th District Scott Taylor* Caucus Co-Chair Virginia 2nd District This special consequence invites everyone attending the conference or exposition to hear from the train and simulation leaders in congress. It is besides a great opportunity for you to interact with congressional Members on issues of importance to you or your company and to impress upon them your priorities. With department of defense budgets constantly in flux, this forum provides you an opportunity to advocate for the rate of train and pretense in digest of home security. Attendees will hear from the new leadership of the Congressional Caucus on their perspective of the situation in Washington and have the opportunity to make their case for timely investments in Modeling and Simulation. With every budget dollar being scrutinized, strong advocacy for education and readiness has never been more significant. This event is constantly standing room entirely, indeed get there early on. The follow members of Congress have been invited to address the M & S Community at I/ITSEC : Robert Aderholt* Alabama 4th District Gus Bilirakis* Florida 12th District Diane Black* Tennessee 6th District Jim Bridenstine* Oklahoma 1st District Mo Brooks* Alabama 5th District Vern Buchanan* Florida 16th District Ken Calvert* California 42nd District John Carter* Texas 31st District Steve Cohen* Tennessee 9th District Mike Conaway* Texas 11th District John Cornyn Texas Ted Cruz Texas Susan Davis* California 53rd District Blake Farenthold Texas, 7th District Dianne Feinstein California Virginia Foxx* North Carolina 5th District Duncan Hunter California 50th District Tim Kaine Virginia Doug Lamborn* Colorado 5th District Ed Markey Massachusetts Bill Nelson Florida Scott Peters* California 52nd District Bill Posey* Florida 8th District Tom Rooney* Florida 17th District Marco Rubio Florida C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger* Maryland 2nd District Richard Shelby Alabama Niki Tsongas* Massachusetts 3rd District Tim Walz* Minnesota 1st District Mark Warner Virginia Elizabeth Warren Massachusetts Joe Wilson* South Carolina 2nd District Robert Wittman* Virginia 1st District *denotes members of the Congressional M & S Caucus SIGNATURE EVENT Congressman Scott addresses the hearing and visits the display floor during I/ITSEC THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 15 22 Operation Blended Warrior SIGNATURE EVENT LEARN HOW AND WHY LVC TODAY IS NOT AS EASY AS PLUG AND PLAY MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER Interoperability Data Management TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER Live Asset Integration Cyber WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER Coalition Support Multi-Level Security WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER Dense Urban Areas Performance Measurement THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER Gaming Solutions Interoperability BOOTH 449 AND OTHER FLOOR LOCATIONS SE2 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT, DENSE URBAN AREAS, CENTRALIZED DISTRIBUTION MULTI-LEVEL SECURITY, COMMERCIAL GAMING SOLUTIONS, LIVE ASSET INTEGRATION LVC IS VITAL TO MISSION SUCCESS ! 2017 marks the third year for the special Event, Operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ). This class, we will create a alone Live-Virtual-Constructive ( LVC ) environment in order to showcase issues, challenges and solutions associated with implementing LVC capabilities into our training systems. LVC is a critical requirement for our Warfighters to meet operational requirements. We have over 40 diligence and government participants working together across a variety of operational mission sets in the pursue domains : breeze, cyber, ground, and maritime. The efforts from this class south event are critical to defining the standards and requirements for future development of LVC initiatives. During each OBW time slot, you ll see diligence showcase some of the latest LVC capabilities across a wide roll of functional missions from Booth 449 ( a Command Center position ) or visit industry members in their booths to talk to them and see the capability from the operator mho position. WHY OPERATION BLENDED WARRIOR ? Over the years there has been a batch of advancement in the person disciplines ( Live, Virtual Constructive ), but there hasn deoxythymidine monophosphate been a lot of advance in the rapid integration of all three. operation Blended Warrior aims to address this through a four year extra event, each year adding oscilloscope and complexity while identifying boastful challenges and driving down planning time and costs. Check your meeting Bags or stop by Booth 449 for a full list of the participants and the programs to be demonstrated INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE General/Flag Officer Panel TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER 1030 1200 HYATT REGENCY REGENCY BALLROOM) President, National Training and Simulation Association Panelists General Denis Mercier,Organization Fred Drummond, SES Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Force Education andGrosklags, USN Commander, Naval Air Systems Command Lieutenant General Michael D.Smith, USAF Director of Training and Readiness, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations MajorRobb, USN (Ret.) Gen Mercier, French Air Force LTG Lundy, USA Mr.to be challenged by erratic budgets and expanding threats.nation state aggression and on to rogue nation antagonism.cyber-attacks on all of our systems.they discuss this year s conference theme - Harnessing New Technology To Win in a Complex 23 General/Flag Officer Panel TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER HYATT REGENCY REGENCY BALLROOM SE3 Moderator Rear Admiral James A. Robb, USN ( Ret. ) President, National Training and Simulation Association Panelists General Denis Mercier, French Air Force Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, North Atlantic Treaty Organization Fred Drummond, SES Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense ( Force Education and Training ) Vice Admiral Paul A. Grosklags, USN Commander, Naval Air Systems Command Lieutenant General Michael D. Lundy, USA Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, KS Major General Scott F. Smith, USAF Director of Training and Readiness, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Major General Kevin Iiams, USMC Commanding General, Training and Education Command ( TECOM ) RADM Robb, USN ( Ret. ) Gen Mercier, French Air Force LTG Lundy, USA Mr. Drummond, SES Maj Gen Smith, USAF VADM Grosklags MajGen Iiams, USMC Global forces continue to be challenged by erratic budgets and expanding threats. Services continue to engage a wide range of threats that span from catastrophe aid to nation state aggression and on to rogue nation antagonism. Nations continue to deal with the effects of multitude migration from the Middle East and cyber-attacks on all of our systems. Our senior Officer panel will be asked to address current and future environments while they discuss this year s league subject – Harnessing New Technology To Win in a building complex World. This year second panel will include aged representatives from all the U.S. Military Services and NATO. Following opening remarks, the audience will be able to interact with the jury through written questions. Don t miss the opportunity to hear from national leaders on the way ahead. SIGNATURE EVENT THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 17 SIGNATURE EVENT TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER 1400 1530 S330BCD SE4 Moderator Colonel Richard Haggerty, USA U.S. Army PEO STRI, PM ITTS Panelists James McStravic, SES Performing the Duties of Under Secretary 24 SIGNATURE EVENT TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER S330BCD SE4 Moderator Colonel Richard Haggerty, USA U.S. Army PEO STRI, PM ITTS Panelists James McStravic, SES Performing the Duties of Under Secretary of Defense Acquisition, Technology & Logistics Major General Patricia Frost, USA Director of Cyber, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, U.S. Army Cyber Command Ronald Pontius, SES Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Cyber Command Rear Admiral Dave Dermanelian, USN Director of Training and Exercises ( J7 ), U.S. Cyber Command Derrick Hinton Acting Director, Test Resources Management Center Mike Macedonia, Ph.D. Assistant Vice President for Research and Innovation, University of Central Florida Session Chair : Lisa Jean Bair, SAIC Cyber Operations in a Complex World EMBRACING THE CYBER FRONTIER Cyber epitomizes this year randomness I/ITSEC theme Harnessing New Technologies to Win in a complex World. From Russia randomness synchronization of cyber operations to kinetic war in Estonia and the Ukraine, to North Korea mho hacks of the Sony pot and individual south to influence U.S. economic activities, to alleged russian influence in the 2016 Presidential election, cyber plays a major character across the versatile domains ( Air, Land, Maritime, Space and Industrial ). Cyber is complimentary to the elements of national power ( diplomacy, information, military, and economic ) and its influence is magnified as the population becomes increasingly more get in touch. In their May 2017 Wi-Fi Risk Report, Norton by Symantec estimates that more than half of consumers globally ( 55 % ) wouldn deoxythymidine monophosphate think doubly about exchanging, sharing or evening doing something bad to get a potent Wi-Fi bespeak. The Cyber Operations in a Complex World executive panel brings together samara leaders from Industry, Congress, Academia, and the Department of Defense to discuss the tough issues associated with cyber, including policy, aim, endowment management, and department of education INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE Human-in-the-Loop Simulators for Test and Training TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER 1600 1730 S320GH SE5 MODELING AND SIMULATION FOR TESTING AND TRAINING COMMON TOOLS FOR COMMON GOALS Moderator Kristen 25 Human-in-the-Loop Simulators for Test and Training TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER S320GH SE5 MODELING AND SIMULATION FOR TESTING AND TRAINING COMMON TOOLS FOR COMMON GOALS Moderator Kristen Alexander, Ph.D. Technical Advisor, Land and Expeditionary Warfare Director, Operational Test and Evaluation Panelists Lieutenant General Michael Lundy, USA Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, KS Major General Matthew Molloy, USAF Commander, Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Command ( AFOTEC ) Rear Admiral Paul Sohl, USN Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force ( COTF ) Steve Griffin Senior Manager Defense Support Services, The Boeing Company All DoD weapon systems must be tested, many using model and simulation suites. To accurately represent the operational capability of weapon systems, the effects of homo operators ( human-in-the-loop simulation ) must be accounted for. Historically, the aim community has developed its own model and simulation tools to support training objectives. This jury will discuss the indigence for such model and model suites for testing and train and looks to explore ways in which existing human-in-the-loop train systems might be leveraged for use in operational screen and provide a high-fidelity leave-behind for the train community. During this event, the Commanders of the Services Operational Test Agencies will present their perspectives on the challenges and requirements for the practice of human-in-the-loop simulations during functional test. The Commanding General of the Army Combined Arms Center will provide a position on the indigence for simulation to support train. Industry test leadership will present challenges producing simulators that are adequate for both testing and discipline. SIGNATURE EVENT Session Chair : Robbie Robson, Eduworks THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 19 26 SIGNATURE EVENT WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER S330BCD SE6 Moderator Sae Schatz, Ph.D. Director, Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training Global GO/FO Perspectives in Learning MANY PERSPECTIVES, ONE message : LEARNING QUALITY FOR coach AND EDUCATION TECHNOLOGIES MG Callert Sweden Maj Gen Deale United States RADM Junttila Finland AVM Luck United Kingdom Panelists Major General Anders Callert Assistant Chief of Armed Forces Training and Development, Chief of Training, Sweden Major General Thomas Deale, USAF Vice Director for Joint Force Development, Joint Staff, United States Rear Admiral Timo Junttila Deputy Chief of Staff, Personnel, Finland Air Vice-Marshal C J Luck The Commandant, Joint Services Command and Staff College, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom Major General Stefano Salamida Deputy Chief of Staff Joint Force Trainer, NATO Brigadier General Virginia Tattersall Deputy Commander, Military Personnel Generation, Canadian Armed Forces Major General Mladen Vuruna Rector, University of Defense, Serbia MG Salamida Italy BGen Tattersall Canada BG Vuruna Serbia Training and education technologies have amazing promise ; however, without the guiding blueprint of learning skill, technical solutions can become costly, cumbersome, and ineffective. At worst, technologies may be seen as argent bullets or charming solutions, capable of solving train or education challenges by just purchasing the latest systems ( a road that leads to disillusionment, barren, and potentially expensive failure ). Modeling, model, train, and education professionals know good. submit matter experts realize that effective learning technologies can entirely realize their promise when implemented vigorously with well-designed instructional content, designed performance assessment, and thoughtful determine strategies. This panel brings together elder personnel from across the Coalition military enterprise to convey this authoritative, divided message. That is : Learning technologies, alone, will not solve our education and department of education challenges. merely when systematically paired with learning skill will we realize the benefits of these promote systems. This special event will include a control jury discussion, beginning with short circuit individual statements from the General and Flag Officer participants. The speakers will each discuss an aspect of their shared message, from their own perspectives. Following this, the consultation will be invited to offer questions. Session Chair : Benjamin Bell, Ph.D., Eduworks INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 1030 1200 ROOM S330BCD SE7 Keynote Admiral Bill Moran Vice Chief of Naval Operations Panelists Vice Admiral Paul A.Neagley Program Executive Officer, Littoral Combat Ships (Invited) Rear Admiral Daniel L.Moran, USN VADM Grosklags, USN RADM Cozad, USN RADM Neagley, USN RADM Cheever, USN Technological innovation continues to be an important defense advantage for the United States Navy.This year s I/ITSEC theme, Harnessing New Technologies to Win in a Complex World highlights how the Navy applies the latest learning innovations to hone the human performance of our warfighters toIn the face of any potential opponent, it is the readiness of our personnel their ability to make sound decisions under pressure that will provide our greatest warfighting advantage. 27 WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S330BCD SE7 Keynote Admiral Bill Moran Vice Chief of Naval Operations Panelists Vice Admiral Paul A. Grosklags Commander, Naval Air Systems Command Rear Admiral Kyle Cozad Commander, Naval Education and Training Command Rear Admiral John P. Neagley Program Executive Officer, Littoral Combat Ships ( Invited ) Rear Admiral Daniel L. Cheever Commander, Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center Session Chair : Sherry Steward, NAWCTSD Warfighter Decision Superiority SUPERIOR HUMAN PERFORMANCE THROUGH HIGH VELOCITY LEARNING ADM Moran, USN VADM Grosklags, USN RADM Cozad, USN RADM Neagley, USN RADM Cheever, USN Technological invention continues to be an important defense advantage for the United States Navy. In this particular consequence, Navy leaders will discuss the critical importance of having the best-prepared fight force in the world. This class randomness I/ITSEC theme, Harnessing New Technologies to Win in a Complex World highlights how the Navy applies the latest learning innovations to hone the human performance of our warfighters to further our asymmetrical advantage against quickly evolving electric potential adversaries. The United States Navy is a force that is forward, engaged and quick. In the face of any electric potential adversary, it is the readiness of our personnel their ability to make healthy decisions under atmospheric pressure that will provide our greatest warfighting advantage. Because highly-skilled warfighters are able to make superior decisions and perform their missions better, training sits at the very core of naval readiness. Simply put, education is one of the most effective tools available to guarantee that our Sailors remain America s greatest asymmetrical advantage. To that end, the Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. John M. Richardson called for the evanesce to achieve high speed eruditeness at every floor. high speed learning methods enable Sailors to cursorily learn the skills they need, when they need them, and without the inefficiencies of traditional memorize methods. The United States nautical strategy calls for the sea services to create a truthful teach competence that unites our acquisition, requirements, and programming efforts to deliver the latest in technology and design, resulting in realistic pretense and alive, virtual, and constructive scenarios before our people deploy It is understand that high-quality train is an investment in improving the human performance of our warfighters, but in developing train we besides have the duty to make affordability a priority throughout the prepare system cycle of research, development, acquisition and sustenance. To remain compromising, agile and ready, our Navy seeks out and employs innovative training methods to train Sailors more efficiently and to ever-higher levels of proficiency. At the same fourth dimension, the Navy taking efforts to prevent inefficiencies both in the prepare pipeline and in the aim acquisition process. For the Navy a key quantify in deciding whether to invest in a new educate technology is to ask whether it will make the push more deadly. The Navy does not have the luxury of investing in anything that does not make the storm hard. As the Chief of Naval Operations said to senior Navy leaders, If it s not making our Navy and Marine Corps more deadly arrest doing it. Efforts like Sailor 2025, which will educate Sailors more efficiently than always before, ensure that the Navy is making meaningful strides toward modernizing training efforts while creating a more deadly coerce. The sea services of the United States are critical to defending the state randomness security around the ball. The Sailors who serve today are a well-trained force, critical to the Navy s ability to meet its mission. This panel of senior Navy leaders will provide penetration from acquisition, inquiry and engineering and deputation readiness perspectives into how effective and relevant discipline optimizes the homo performance of U.S. Navy Sailors therefore that they can be counted upon to make victor decisions in the face of pressure. Sailors with superior prepare are an essential part of maintaining maritime transcendence, nowadays and in the future. SIGNATURE EVENT THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 21 28 SIGNATURE EVENT WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S330BCD SE8 Moderator Al Shaffer Director, Collaboration Support Office, NATO Science and Technology Panelists Brigadier General James Daniel Head, Soldier, Training & Special Programmes ( STSP ), United Kingdom MOD Brigadier General Gyungwon Jung Director, Center for Army Analysis and Simulation, Republic of Korea Forrest Crain, Ph.D. Director, Center for Army Analysis and Director, Army Modeling and Simulation Office, U.S. Army Commodore Allison Norris, Director General, australian Defence Simulation and Training Centre International Collaboration 2017 IDENTIFYING ISSUES AND EXPLORING SOLUTIONS BG Daniel United Kingdom BG Jung Republic of Korea Dr. Crain United States Cmdr Norris Australia There are enduring issues that many nations continue to face when working internationally. While these interoperability and integration issues are being resolved in the host countries, we have so far to realize a comprehensive international solution to achieving collaboration on M & S tools and technologies, for either politics or industry. One luminary model relevant to model and simulation is the limitation caused by a miss of a solution to multi-level security across partner nations, which presents challenges in terms of sharing data, applications, algorithm, and standards. What are some of the early collaboration issues facing our international partners ? The Panel will be comprised of senior International participants who will : 1 ) Tee up their top barrier to better collaborate in modeling and simulation, and 2 ) Offer an approach ( including any possible non-proprietary capability that can be shared ) to address the lapp or another topic. The ensuing discussion will seek questions and ideas from the audience to both better specify and mitigate the challenges. sake by stream Industry and Government partners can focus on real earth operational and train issues within and outside of the M & S community. The leave benefit of fostering collaboration among collaborator nations can lead to continuing discussion at other NDIA and NTSA events. Session Chair : Craig Langhauser, Rockwell Collins INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE I/ITSEC Fellows WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 1400 1530 ROOM S320GH SE9 I/ITSEC 2017 Fellow Henry C. Hank Okraski Henry C. Hank Okraski served 32 years as a government engineer/manager/executive. 29 I/ITSEC Fellows WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S320GH SE9 I/ITSEC 2017 Fellow Henry C. Hank Okraski Henry C. Hank Okraski served 32 years as a government engineer/manager/executive. As a Senior Executive, he was the Director of Research and Engineering, Deputy Technical Director and Chief Scientist at the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division. He is a initiation penis of the National Center for Simulation ( NCS ) and was inducted into the NCS M & S Hall of Fame in He developed and implemented a high educate course of study and the nation s first base certification in Modeling and Simulation ( M & S ) for high school and technical school students. He was selected Federal Engineer of the year by the National Society of Professional Engineers. Mr. Okraski has a bachelors degree in electric engineer from Clarkson University and a masters degree in systems engineer from the University of Florida, and is the author of The Wonderful World of Simulation. As the 2017 I/ITSEC Fellow, Mr. Okraski takes readers on a travel of his experiences and education in the pretense and educate world, both as a member of industry and as a Government employee. Throughout this travel, he informs readers of the crucial lessons learned, giving an outstanding insight into how this diligence has evolved throughout his life. SIGNATURE EVENT Key quotes from Remembrances of a Simulationist : An Exciting Career of Make Believe The importance of synthetic aim was recognized in 1934 by the U.S. Army Air Corps, when they assumed the province for air mail delivery. When visibility was hapless, pilots would have to rely on instruments and the current cell of about 100 pilots were illequipped to fly by instruments alone. several of the military aircraft crashed in bad weather. An hand brake annexation of funds was approved by Congress and the President. The first 6 Link Trainers were delivered and a modern industry was born ( Kelly ). The base facilities were old, built in the 1940 mho for the Army Air Corps, and many buildings were without dependable air conditioning. Orlando was a small town in the orange groves at the time, before the Disney presence, with few engineering firms in the area. The Martin Company was the only major contractor in Central Florida and was chiefly in the missiles commercial enterprise. The company had a simple helicopter trainer, a testbed for inquiry with a giant exemplar circuit board used for cockpit ocular display experiments. The politics leading to the decision to move the approximately 1,100 Navy and Army personnel from Long Island to Orlando was intense and complex but that decision led to the creation of a national asset The Center for Modeling & Simulation in Central Florida. We moved to special-purpose computers that were expensive, some using car terminology and difficult to course of study. then came FORTRAN and multi-purpose computers that facilitated software development and modifications. The DoD language of choice became ADA, causing our industry to re-tool software development. In malice of the entire industry, including the commercial calculator developers, moving to C Plus and C Plus Plus, DoD stood firm on ADA as the software requirement. This was dearly-won and truly unnecessary. Session Chair : Mike Genetti, Ph.D., Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 23 SIGNATURE EVENT WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 1600 1730 S320GH SE10 Moderator Shep Barge, Ph.D. Director, Joint Assessment Enabling Capability, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training Panelists Gregory C. 30 SIGNATURE EVENT WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER S320GH SE10 Moderator Shep Barge, Ph.D. Director, Joint Assessment Enabling Capability, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training Panelists Gregory C. Radabaugh, SES Director, Joint Information Operations Warfare Center, Joint Staff Richard Boyd Founder and CEO, Tanjo, Inc. Christopher Paul, Ph.D. Senior Social Scientist, RAND Corporation Scott W. Ruston, Ph.D. Research Scientist, Global Security Initiative, Arizona State University Narratives in Information Warfare PREPARING TO FIGHT AGAINST, WITH, AND THROUGH NARRATIVES With the advancements in engineering nowadays the accelerate of data flow has never been faster. The cosmopolitan public has become increasingly mindful of the shock of how information is received and interpreted, through media and information campaigns. recent universe events have demonstrated how a narrative can be weaponized. Understanding how narratives are created and how they influence behavior is merely one discussion topic for this panel. We need to understand how best to train our warfighters to win in this modern and complex battlefield : the information environment. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has established Information as a new joint function in military doctrine ( in accession to Command & Control, Intelligence, Fires, Movement & Maneuver, Protection, Sustainment ), taking action to provide strategic guidance in the use of Information. To explore how we can better provide our warfighters with the means to understand, coach, and win in this modern, complex battlefield, this dialog box seeks to bring together : The science of how our warfighters and adversaries create and respond to narratives, Current initiatives within the Department of Defense to conduct operations in the Information Environment, and Technology and Industry insight on understand and employing narratives. Session Chair : Robert Snyder, Whitney Bradley and Brown Inc INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 1600 1730 ROOM S330BCD SE11 Moderator Brigadier General William E. Cole, USA Program Executive Officer, U.S. Army PEO STRI Panelists Major General Randy S. 31 WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S330BCD SE11 Moderator Brigadier General William E. Cole, USA Program Executive Officer, U.S. Army PEO STRI Panelists Major General Randy S. Taylor, USA Commanding General, U.S. Army Communications- Electronics Command & Senior Commander, Aberdeen Proving Ground Peter W. Schuck, Ph.D. Space Weather Laboratory, Heliophysics Science Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Michael Simone Ph.D. Professor and Director of the Nexus Laboratory for Transdisciplinary Informatics, Arizona State University Captain John Ross Space Weather Operations Center, USAF 2nd Weather Squadron, Offutt AFB Black Swan-A Blast to the Past TECHNOLOGY-CRIPPLING SOLAR FLARE COULD SEND OUR USE OF ELECTRONICS BACK TO THE 1800s ! Continuing our Black Swan serial of dialog box discussions, we propose the scenario of a Coronal Mass Ejection ( CME ) and its solar geomagnetic storm hitting the land and affecting our outer space and planetary communication systems. It is predicted that once the CME is detected we will have between one and four days to prepare for the electro-magnetic pulse ( EMP ) effects created by this solar event. Based on the exchangeable Carrington event in 1859, it is estimated that this EMP would cause far-flung electric outages a well as damage to electrical circuitry on most communications devices and satellites. We have brought together a panel of military and academic experts to discuss the across-the-board technical and social challenges in dealing with this type of event. Their model techniques and outcomes will be discussed angstrom well as their plans to make our infrastructure and society more bouncy to these effects. If you are modern to this special event, the term Black Swan is used to describe a low probability/high impact event which could profoundly affect our future. The condition comes from the 2007 book, The Black Swan : The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, where he presents diverse populace changing events and advocates anti-fragility as a mean to be resilient to future events. We believe that modeling and simulation can play a major character in exploring these events in a identical price effective manner. Please join us for this engage session ! SIGNATURE EVENT Session Chair : Fred Fleury, ZedaSoft THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 25 FOCUS EVENT Small Business Senior Executive Leadership Panel MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 1400 1530 ROOM S329 FE1 Moderator Leslie Faircloth Deputy Associate Director, NAWCTSD Office of Small BusinessHarman, SES Director, Office of Small Business Programs, Department of Navy Tommy Marks, SES Director of the Department of the Army Office of Small Business Programs Valerie L.Harman, SES Mr. Marks, SES Ms. Muck, SES Ms. Thurmond The U.S. Government offers small businesses a variety programs to help them succeed.S. Small Business Administration. 32 FOCUS EVENT Small Business Senior Executive Leadership Panel MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER ROOM S329 FE1 Moderator Leslie Faircloth Deputy Associate Director, NAWCTSD Office of Small Business Programs Panelists Emily D. Harman, SES Director, Office of Small Business Programs, Department of Navy Tommy Marks, SES Director of the Department of the Army Office of Small Business Programs Valerie L. Muck, SES Director of Air Force Small Business Programs Joyce L. Thurmond Deputy Area Director and Atlanta Metro Area Senior Procurement Representative ( PCR ), U.S. Small Business Administration SMALL BUSINESS BIGWIGS INITIATIVES AND INSIGHTS Ms. Harman, SES Mr. Marks, SES Ms. Muck, SES Ms. Thurmond The U.S. Government offers modest businesses a variety programs to help them succeed. For small businesses considering doing occupation with the government, this gore offers a rare opportunity to interact directly with senior humble clientele leaders from Army, Navy, Air Force and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The panelists will highlight their strategic initiatives, recommendations and insights into how modest businesses can best bring their technologies to bear in support of the respective DoD agencies. The speakers will each provide their perspectives and answer questions on the use of small business technologies as it applies to their respective organizational missions. Attendees are encouraged to engage immediately with the gore members to maximize this information rich consequence. relevant topics include : How little business inclusion can lead to better, faster, advanced and low-cost solutions for our warfighters How to leverage Small Business Innovative Research ( SBIR ) /Small Business Technology Transfer ( STTR ), Rapid Innovation Fund ( RIF ) and other Transaction Authority ( OTA ) tools to deliver engineering gap solutions How to utilitze diverse mentor-protégé programs as a mechanism to boost modest occupation capabilities How to implement subcontracting improvements and more This empanel is open to anyone who wants to learn more about how small businesses can thrive while doing commercial enterprise with the politics. Session Chair : Carly Galloway, NAWCTSD INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE TUESDA 33 TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER ROOM S320GH FE2 Moderator Sae Schatz, Ph.D. Director, Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training Open Source Software : A Debate INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE … BUT SHOULD IT BE ! ? FOCUS EVENT Panelists CAPT David Herschel, USN Director, Program and Budget, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense ( Readiness ), Readiness Programming and Resources Laura Gerhardt Innovation Specialist, Technology Transformation Service Office of Acquisitions, U.S. General Services Administration Jeffrey A. Raver Vice President and Director of Education and Training Services, SAIC Mike vanguard Lent, Ph.D. CEO and President, Soar Technology, Inc. Open-source software* is growing at a fundamental pace. The most late Open Source 360 Survey found that about 60 % of businesses use it, and open-source code makes up 80 90 % of most software applications developed. On the positive side, open-source frees organizations from the costs of accredited software and helps prevent vendor-lock. healthy open-source communities besides ensure software is continuously updated, and organizations using receptive software can initiate their own, personal modifications as needed. Despite these benefits, open source remains controversial. Is this model sustainable ? How cyber-secure is open source ? Should military and government encourage, tolerate, or limit their use of open-source ? This exciting special event uses a consider format to explore the utility, sustainability, security, and character of open-source software, and its cousin open content ( for example, shared instructional materials ), within military and government contexts. Two teams will argue for or against open source, providing a unique exploration of this authoritative subject. * Open-source software is developed in the open, with the source code available for anyone to inspect, modify, and habit. This is in line to proprietary or closed source software, which is legally owned, maintained, and sold by an individual or pot. Session Chair : Phil Brown, D.M., NORAD- USNORTHCOM THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 27 FOCUS EVENT Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) in Navy Training TUESDA 34 FOCUS EVENT Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality ( AR/VR ) in Navy Training TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER ROOM S330BCD FE3 Moderator CDR Henry Phillips, USN, Ph.D. Military Director for Research & Engineering, NAWCTSD HERE TO STAY : use OF VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY FOR FUTURE NAVAL TRAINING Panelists Courtney McNamara Senior Computer Scientist, Principle Investigator and Advanced Gaming Interactive Learning Environment ( AGILE ) Team Lead, NAWCTSD Heather Priest, Ph.D. Senior Research Psychologist and Multi-Integrated Systems and Teams Lab Lead, NAWCTSD David Wieselthier Senior Visual Engineer, NAWCTSD Roger McPherson Program Manager 07TR, NAVSEA CDR Chris Foster, USN, PhD. Aviation Warfare Training Development ( AWTD ) Integrated Product Team Lead, PMA-205 Aviation Training Systems Session Chair : aerial Kreiner, Ph.D., Air Force Research Laboratory This year s league theme, Harnessing New Technologies to Win in a Complex World shines a limelight on the potential represented by emerging AR/VR capabilities. The burgeoning commercial market of VR and AR technologies and their applications is changing the discussion about how, when, and where we can affordably and efficaciously train warfighters. There is a consistent stream of new developments, improvements, tools, and practical use cases that indicate these technologies are likely here to stay, and will continue to evolve becoming contribution of peoples mainstream lives. The current cycle of technology rollout has not been without its problems, but the speed of its development, expanding quantity of marketplace players, and significantly reduced monetary value buy-in relative to past false starts is markedly improved. The technologies without interview have the likely for lasting, profound impacts on naval prepare, enabling and enhancing education that might otherwise be unavailable or unaffordable but only if the technology is implemented in the properly places, and in the right ways, informed by science, with the ultimate goal of optimizing the homo performance of Sailors and Marines. We must be mindful and not rush to use AR and VR everywhere plainly because we think we can. Navy stakeholders and labs across the DoD are investigating the training requirements that can be met or enhanced using these capabilities, the challenges of their deployment, and flush more importantly, what their current limitations are. Traditional technologies will continue to play a role as the naval educate community adopts these modern, quickly evolving rescue methods, but what important lessons must we avoid relearning with the second coming of these fresh tools ? The fresh, lower cost tools of VR and AR have fantastic potential to help improve how we train and digest warfighters and teammates throughout the Fleet. There will be sprints, leaps, and inevitably some less than ideal outcomes with fresh lessons learned. The good newsworthiness is that we can minimize the happening of negative outcomes by constantly asking and answering the mighty questions upfront before incorporating these technologies into training indeed that they yield meaningful benefits in improving homo performance. This panel will highlight and explore the opportunities and limitations of VR and AR aim delivery INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY educate, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 0830 1000 ROOM S320GH FE4 Moderator Robert Siegfried, Ph.D. Managing Director, aditerna GmbH Panelists Brigadier General Henrik Sommer, Denmark Assistant Chief of Staff 35 WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S320GH FE4 Moderator Robert Siegfried, Ph.D. Managing Director, aditerna GmbH Panelists Brigadier General Henrik Sommer, Denmark Assistant Chief of Staff Capability Engineering & Innovation, Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation ( SACT ) Colonel Joseph Nolan, USA Deputy Director, U.S. Army Modeling and Simulation Office ( AMSO ) Lieutenant Colonel Marco Biagini, Italy CD & E Branch Chief, NATO Modelling and Simulation Centre of Excellence ( M & S COE ) Thomas Lasch Chief, Models & Simulations Division, U.S. Joint Multinational Simulation Center ( JMSC ) Jon Lloyd Enabling Training Education and Simulation Team, UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory ( DSTL ) Robbie Phillips Senior Technical Manager, Lockheed Martin Session Chair : Jan Drabczuk, Eagle Systems Cloud-Based simulation : ballyhoo or Reality ? OPERATIONAL READINESS OF MODELING & SIMULATION AS A SERVICE Modeling and Simulation ( M & S ) is the key technology to deliver a great measure of military education, psychoanalysis, and decisiveness make capabilities. Two main barriers limiting the consumption of M & S are cost and handiness. M & S products are highly valuable resources and it is essential that M & S products, data and processes are handily accessible to a boastfully number of users deoxyadenosine monophosphate often as possible. Therefore it is required that M & S products can be accessed simultaneously and ad lib by a large number of users for their individual purposes. Modeling & Simulation as a Service Modeling & Simulation as a Service ( MSaaS ) is the combination of service-based approaches with ideas taken from defile computing. As MSaaS has technological and organizational impacts, it is good defined as an enterprise-level approach for discovery, constitution, execution and management of M & S services. This as a Service paradigm has to support stand-alone use adenine well as integration of multiple simulated and real systems into a mix environment whenever the need arises. Leveraging commercial developments MSaaS is a very predict approach for realizing future pretense environments. Allied Framework for MSaaS The Allied Framework for MSaaS is the common access of NATO and nations towards implementing MSaaS. The joint effort is undertaken to contribution resources and to ensure utmost interoperability. Under the umbrella of the NATO Science & Technology Organization 16 nations, 6 NATO bodies and 100+subject topic experts are presently working together to improve MSaaS capabilities and to realize jointly the following coevals of model environments. The samara objective is a flexible, cloud-based services environment to provide M & S products, data and processes handily and on-demand available to all users in order to enhance functional effectiveness. MSaaS is real ! If you ever wondered if M & S for military aim, analysis, and decisiveness make will be cloud-based in future, the answer is Yes. But this transition will not happen in the future, it is happening right now. This special Event gives every pretense engineer, project coach, and leadership a true view on the current state of MSaaS, including its potential and the remaining challenges. FOCUS EVENT THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 29 FOCUS EVENT WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 1030 1200 ROOM S320GH FE5 Moderator John Aughey The Boeing Company Ignite I/ITSEC ENLIGHTEN US, BUT MAKE IT QUICK!Have you ever sat through a long presentation and lamented that there were only five minutes of content?Ignite is a presentation format that allows dynamic, high octane speakers a platform to share their passion and ideas. 36 FOCUS EVENT WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S320GH FE5 Moderator John Aughey The Boeing Company Ignite I/ITSEC ENLIGHTEN US, BUT MAKE IT QUICK ! Come and listen diligence experts speak on topics such as micro-learning, entrepreneurship, and more. Have you always sat through a long presentation and lamented that there were only five minutes of content ? Imagine if you could hear only that five minutes of targeted, compel, and possibly evening provocative capacity … that s Ignite ! Ignite is a presentation format that allows dynamic, high octane speakers a chopine to parcel their love and ideas. I/ITSEC sulfur version of Ignite focuses on topics that are relevant and challenging, so bring your abruptly attention couple and prepare to be inspired, entertained, educated and amazed by an range of talented speakers ! These presenters have been selected from over 30 nominations, and each speak is jammed with divine guidance and information using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds, creating a fun and dynamic event. Participants Anne Little, Ph.D. SAIC Microlearning : little Bits of Engagement, Big Rewards Robby Robson, Ph.D. Eduworks So you want to be an entrepreneur Commander Henry Phillips, USN, Ph.D., NAWCTSD Navy Enterprise Data Analytics : Big Data in Plain English Commander Brent Olde, USN, Ph.D. Office of Naval Research Mobile Training and Job Performance : Tying it All Together Jennifer Vogel-Walcutt, Ph.D. ADL Initiative ADL Ignite ! Scott Harris University of Central Florida Combat Readiness Through Scientific Training Effectiveness Assessments David Metcalf, Ph.D. University of Central Florida 3D/VR/AR Advanced Visualization for Learning Simulations Eileen Smith University of Central Florida Designing for Operational Environments : Engineering Comprehensive Cognitive Ecosystems Session Chair : Michele Harrison, Naval Education and Training Command INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE Army Synthetic Environment: Standard, Sharable, Geospatial Foundation for the Army M&S Enterprise WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 1400 1530 ROOM S330EF FE6 CLOUD DELIVERED TERRAIN SERVICES TO TRANSFORM M&S 37 Army Synthetic Environment : Standard, Sharable, Geospatial Foundation for the Army M & S Enterprise WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S330EF FE6 CLOUD DELIVERED TERRAIN SERVICES TO TRANSFORM M & S Moderator Colonel Joseph Nolan, USA Deputy Director, U.S. Army Modeling and Simulation Office ( AMSO ) FOCUS EVENT Panelists Glen Quesenberry M & S PM, Army Geospatial Information Office, Army Geospatial Command Ryan McAlinden Director for Modeling, Simulation & Training, Institute for Creative Technologies Michael Enloe Chief Engineer, TCM ITE, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center-Training John Diem Acting Executive Director, U. S. Army Operational Test Command Panelists from across the Geospatial M & S Community will describe the Single Sharable Geospatial Foundation and its implications for DoD model and pretense. Exploring the commercial industry s success at leveraging a single cloud-delivered terrain Service into disparate applications, the panel will discuss this emerging terrain technology and how it could be applied to our M & S and Mission Command System C4I communities. The empanel will address two identify considerations : 1. Is the technology readiness level for cloud delivered terrain quick for DoD applications ? 2. What considerations does the DoD need to consider to ensure success and avoid pitfalls ? Following the gore discussion, AMSO will conduct a technical demonstration of a cloud delivered terrain rendering capability at its booth with engagement from PEO STRI, U.S. Army National Simulation Center, and University of Southern California s Institute for Creative Technology. The presentation will use a individual terrain service to render in real time terrain using three different crippled engines and OneSAF. Session Chair : Michael Truelove, AMSO THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 31 FOCUS EVENT THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER 0830 1000 ROOM S320GH FE7 Moderator Winston Wink Bennett, Jr., Ph.D. Division Technical Advisor, Warfighter Readiness Research Division, AFRL Agents from the Future INTELLIGENT AGENTS BUILD INTELLIGENT WARFIGHTERS Panelists Webb Stacy, Ph. 38 FOCUS EVENT THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER ROOM S320GH FE7 Moderator Winston Wink Bennett, Jr., Ph.D. Division Technical Advisor, Warfighter Readiness Research Division, AFRL Agents from the Future INTELLIGENT AGENTS BUILD INTELLIGENT WARFIGHTERS Panelists Webb Stacy, Ph.D. Corporate Fellow, Aptima, Inc. Drew Rosoff Chief Executive Officer, CHI Systems, Inc. Sean Guarino Principal Scientist, Human Effectiveness, Charles River Analytics Inc. Todd W. Griffith, Ph.D. Chief Technology Officer & Co-founder, Discovery Machine, Inc. Benjamin Bell, Ph.D. President, Eduworks Government Solutions J.T. Folsom-Kovarik, Ph.D. Lead Scientist, Soar Technology, Inc. Randy Jensen Group Manager, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. Walter Warwick, Ph.D. Principal Consultant, TiER1 Performance Solutions Session Chair : Ingrid Mellone, Huntington Ingalls Simulation is a samara asset for efficient, effective educate. Simulation skill and engineering have made capital strides to improve train ; however, DoD needs free radical advances in at least two areas of simulation : Costs must drop Most current simulations require a white cell operator, control, or pucksters. This raises the cost of ownership. It restricts the use and distribution of simulators to the times and places that pretense operators are available. cognitive fidelity must rise Most simulations present constructive or non-player characters that can not cleverly exercise and overture the tactical decision skills of trainees. intelligent agents can help lower cost of ownership by reducing the demand for homo operators. They can help raise cognitive fidelity by delivering perilously smart behaviors in education. AFRL is sponsoring a multi-year project to develop and test these agents. This particular event will present the challenge, and the responses by eight leading developers of intelligent agents. Their presentations will address advances in tactical responsiveness and intelligence ; use of simulator data to drive agents and evening learn them ; and tools for construction and testing agents INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY education, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER 1030 1500 ROOM S320GH FE8 Moderator Tony Cerri Director Data Science, Models, Simulations, TRADOC G2 Big Data & M&S LEARN. LEND A HAND. HELP OUR COMMUNITY LAUNCH! 39 THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER ROOM S320GH FE8 Moderator Tony Cerri Director Data Science, Models, Simulations, TRADOC G2 Big Data & M & S LEARN. LEND A HAND. HELP OUR COMMUNITY LAUNCH ! FOCUS EVENT Panelists Brigadier General ( P ) James Mingus, USA Director, Mission Command Center of Excellence Kristen Summers Technical Delivery Lead, IBM Chris Balcik Vice President, SAMSUNG Young Bang Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton M & S implementation of Big Data gets good now ! Join with Military and Industry thought leaders and Big Data practitioners to create a biennial execution imagination. The consequence begins with a traditional panel discussion followed by an open-microphone Q & A. then you will be invited to one of two work groups where the panelists will join with the audience and anecdotist for 30 minutes to brainstorm and create a high-level, 2 year implementation design. Wait ! What ? What s this about join and create ? You mean me ? As in cause, like, work ? Yes, your individual ideas ARE being solicited. It s a two-fer. You learn about Big Data from folks who are actually implementing it and then you get to add your voice to how our community can get going. We will besides be looking for volunteers who are bequeath to own a assemble of the sight and add some elbow grease to its knowledgeability. The think at this consequence is to then continue the coordination during MODSIM 2018 with a condition composition at future class mho I/ITSEC. Don metric ton let the last firearm frighten you off ; it s a volunteer thing. If you know a lot about Big Data derive. Lend a hand. If you know nothing about Big Data other than the hum total. Learn. Lend a hand. Help our community launch ! At the end of the plenary session, there will be an award presentation to the winners of the Data Science Futures Hackathon conducted during the workweek at I/ITSEC. Session Chair : Roy Scrudder, The University of Texas at Austin, Applied Research Laboratories THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 33 40 COMMUNITY OF interest TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER ROOM S329 COI1 Buying Innovation in military education : How Do We Foster, Exploit and Deliver Innovation in Military Simulation and Training ? This seance will address the Armed Forces desire to foster and deliver training invention internally and how to share the output and best commit. We will discuss how industry innovates against stream and future coach requirements in concert with the Military and Government. How do we get Industry to invest their R & D budgets against customer need ? How to reward invention in prepare ? both internally and to industry What examples are there of initiation that can be reproduced in other areas to well effect ? How do we engage smaller, more agile ( and much naturally advanced ) companies specially those outside of the current defense pitch network ? last we will explore the bigger visualize of how do we exploit engineering from other industries into military train and the exploitation of excellent training/education exercise from providers outside of defense. Moderator Tess Butler CEO, Ruddy Nice WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ROOM S329 COI2 Geospatial Standards This event provides an opportunity for the major geospatial datum producers, users and standardization organizations to update the community on their products, standards, and processes, and to partake their plans and challenges with concerned parties. The transition to open consensus-based standards for geospatial data creates opportunities for modeling and simulation systems to : Reduce technology hazard by : » Improving interoperability through convergence on data standards » Broadening choice of solutions to a growing list of commercial products Increase efficiency and potency through : » Rapid integration of information, engineering and authoritative data » Taking advantage of advancements in data storage, computing, and visual image capabilities This group is fostering data sharing and recycle across the M & S Enterprise and converging on common standards. The resultant role is reduced data production and preparation times to empower the agile storm. Moderator Bill Hopkinson, Ph.D. M & S Analyst, Defense Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office Participants Lieutenant Colonel Jason Jones Deputy Director NATO M & S Centre of Excellence, Italy Emmanuel Chiva Chief Strategy Officer at AGUERIS and Reserve Commander ( Deputy for the french Navy Chief Digital Officer ), France Adam Easton, Ph.D. CEO SimCentric, UK Participants Thomas F. Creel, Ph.D. Technical Executive, Office of Geomatics, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency ( NGA ) Daniel T. Maxwell, Ph.D. Chair, Modeling and Simulation Working Group, United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation ( USGIF ) Samuel D. Chambers M & S Data Services Lead, Environment Architecture Division, Joint Staff J7 Jean-Louis Gougeat Project Manger at Sogitec and Chairman, Reuse and Interoperation of Environmental Data and Processes ( RIEDP ) Product Development Group, Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization ( SISO ) Session Chair : Luis Velazquez, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Session Chair : Steve Parrish, Laerdal Medical & Simulations INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 41 THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER ROOM S329 COI3 Research Challenges in M & S in the era of Big Data and the Internet of Things Big data and the Internet of Things ( IoT ) are disruptive technologies having large impacts in club nowadays. These impacts will only accelerate in the future. Modeling & simulation has not however amply realized the potential and opportunities afforded by these emerging technologies. A dialog box of experts will discuss identify research challenges and opportunities facing the model and simulation community in the era of large data and IoT. The panel will discuss crucial synergies and opportunities both in the exploitation of new technologies arsenic well as their exploitation in critical application areas such as ache cities, cybersecurity, and defense. Each panelist will give a abbreviated military position statement, followed by Q & A. Moderator Warren Bizub Chief Technology Officer, SimIS Participants Richard Fujimoto, Ph.D. Regents Professor, School of Computational Science & Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology Margaret Loper, Ph.D. Chief Scientist, Information & Communications Laboratory, Georgia Tech Research Institute David Nicol, Ph.D. Director, Information Trust Institute, Franklin W. Woeltge Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Richard Boyd Founder and CEO, Tanjo, Inc. MONDAY WEDNESDAY S310AB COI4 Data Science Futures Hackathon Want to basically change the way we train and execute missions using data ? The Data Science Futures hackathon provides the opportunity to discover insights into military data and use these insights to save lives and improve mission operations. What : Under a besotted timeline, participants will band together to arrive at new discoveries and ways in which our military can make better decisions with the Mad Scientist data provided by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command ( TRADOC ). The Mad Scientist inaugural focuses on disruptive technologies ( sentient data, internet of sustainable department of energy, platform mergers, autonomous vs. unmanned, etc. ), human dimension ( cognitive likely, man-machine interface, genome sequence, wearables, continuous diagnostics, performance enhancers ), and megacities and dense urban areas ( population-centric intelligence, inconspicuous geography, hot zone robotics, avatars in the playing field, and the role of augment and virtual reality in aim ). When : The hackathon will occur throughout I/ITSEC culminating in an award presentation during the Big Data & M & S especial consequence on Thursday. Who : We invite everyone whether you ve participated in a hackathon or not to join in on the action and be a share of the solution to some of our biggest challenges. Why : The Army uses key findings and recommendations to advance reason of the future and innovate more quickly. As the Army faces alone complexities in the future operating environment, such initiatives can ensure the future readiness of the Army and besides of the entire joint wedge. COMMUNITY OF INTEREST now the only question is, how can YOU help solve DoD s most challenging problems ? Session Chair : Matthew Hackett, Ph.D., Army Research Lab Simulation and Training Technology Center ( ARL STTC ) Session Chair : Jennifer Arnold, Booz Allen Hamilton THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 35 42 PROGRAM BRIEFS TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER S330EF PB1 U.S. Air Force Acquisition Update Session Chair : Marcus Boyd, L3 Technologies This special Event will provide the latest information from the Air Force regarding learning policy and upcoming education system acquisition actions. It will feature remarks by Ms. Rutledge, the Air Force Program Executive Officer for Agile Combat Support, who will share her perspective on the current state of the Air Force learning serve and ongoing initiatives, as they apply to the I/ITSEC community. This will be followed by a presentation by Col Carpenter, the Chief of the Simulators Program Office. He will provide an update on Air Force simulator clientele opportunities, as a follow-on to the Simulation and Training Community Forum ( STCF ) held earlier this year. Moderator Tony DalSasso Chief Engineer, Simulators Program Office Participants Lynda Rutledge, SES Program Executive Officer and Director for the Agile Combat Support Directorate, Air Force Materiel Command Colonel Philip Carpenter, USAF Chief, Simulators Program Office WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER AND S330EF PB2 U.S. Army PEO STRI TSIS Update Session Chair : Riannon Dolletski-Lazar, ECS Federal The U.S. Army Program Executive for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation ( PEO STRI ) train and Simulation Industry Symposium ( TSIS ) update at I/ITSEC will provide the latest information regarding the current and future PEO STRI business opportunities. This will be an update from the June 2017 TSIS and will include presentations from the project Managers, International Programs Office ( IPO ) and the Army Contracting Command-Orlando. Moderator Traci Jones PEO STRI G5 Plans and Strategy WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER Colonel Rich Haggerty, USA Project Manager Instrumentation, Targets, Threat Simulators and SOF Training Systems ( PM ITTS ) Scott Pulford Acting Project Manager Training Devices ( PM TRADE ) Colonel Scott McIntosh, USA Joint Project Manager, Medical Modeling and Simulation ( JPMO MMS ) WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER Colonel Marcus Varnadore, USA Project Manager Integrated Training Environment ( PM ITE ) Dale Whittaker International Programs Office ( IPO ) Colonel Bill Canaley, USA Project Lead Field Operations Joe Giunta Army Contracting Command- Orlando THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER S330EF PB3 Navy Vision from the train System mho Program Managers Session Chair : Tara Kilcullen, Aptima, Inc. Each class at I/ITSEC, a panel of Navy captains and senior civilian leaders representing the Navy s train acquisition organizations convenes to discuss the year second highlights and share their strategic vision. I/ITSEC participants are welcome and encouraged to attend to hear about the state of the Navy s Training Systems. Moderator Michael Merritt Deputy Technical Director, NAWCTSD Panelists Captain Erik Etz, USN Commanding Officer, Naval Air Warfare Center ( NAWCTSD ) Captain Jason Lopez, USN Program Manager, Naval Aviation Training Systems ( PMA-205 ) Captain Samuel Pennington, USN Program Manager, Naval Surface Training Systems ( PMS-339 ) Jimmy Lee Program Manager, Undersea Training Systems ( 07TR ) INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE SPECIAL GUESTS Central Florida Veterans Organizations The citizens of the United States are more supportive of today s men and women in Military Service than they have been since WWII.C effort is to especially inform U.S. Veterans about the dramatic changes in training methodologies and systems since their time in Service.The successful experiences in broadening the Veterans understanding of today s training transformation as well as the appreciation of the other I/ITSEC attendees in seeing the Veterans, some in 43 extra GUESTS Central Florida Veterans Organizations The citizens of the United States are more supportive of today s men and women in Military Service than they have been since WWII. The Overseas Contingency Operations continue to be of capital concern to all, whether in consistent or not. This I/ITSEC attempt is to particularly inform U.S. Veterans about the dramatic changes in educate methodologies and systems since their clock in Service. Since 2006, I/ITSEC has had the pleasure and honor to have choose members of Central Florida Veterans Organizations visit the parade floor on Wednesday. The successful experiences in broadening the Veterans understand of today s training transformation a well as the admiration of the other I/ITSEC attendees in seeing the Veterans, some in their uniforms and with their decorations, have made this an annual event for I/ITSEC. When you see these Veterans, thank them for their service to the Nation. A seasoned is person who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made account payable to The United States of America for an sum of up to and including my life. THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 37 INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES - INTERNATIONALE TEILNEHMER - LES PARTICIPANTS INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL DELTAKERE - INTERNATIONELL DELTAGARE - INTERNATIONAL DEELNEMERS InternationalLimited private meeting space is available on a first-come, first-served basis to our international participants and may be scheduled at the International Pavilion s Welcome Desk.International Registrants should register at the dedicated International Check-in station positioned near the Main Registration Desk in West Concourse.More information specific to international attendees will be available at that location. 44 INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES – INTERNATIONALE TEILNEHMER – lupus erythematosus PARTICIPANTS INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL DELTAKERE – INTERNATIONELL DELTAGARE – external DEELNEMERS International Pavilion Room S310E-H International attendees can meet and connect with counterparts from around the worldly concern. limited private meet space is available on a first-come, first-served basis to our international participants and may be scheduled at the International Pavilion s Welcome Desk. Additional information about the many international activities throughout I/ITSEC is readily available in the International Pavilion. Sponsored by AVT Simulation. International Registrants should register at the dedicated International Check-in post positioned near the Main Registration Desk in West Concourse. International Conference Attendees Meeting Bags will be available for pick-up at the Welcome Desk in the International Pavilion. More information particular to international attendees will be available at that location. International Pavilion Hours of Operation Sunday, 26 November Monday, 27 November Tuesday, 28 November Wednesday, 29 November Thursday, 30 November Program Notes of special Interest for International Attendees Papers Explore your Program for the ñ indicating Papers from International Authors. Tutorials Monday, 27 November Room S320A Introduction to HLA Monday, 27 November Room S330G Team Training Environment Specification and Selection Monday, 27 November Room S320E Spoken-dialogue Interaction for Serious Games and Virtual Training Simulators INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES - INTERNATIONALE TEILNEHMER - LES PARTICIPANTS INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL DELTAKERE - INTERNATIONELL DELTAGARE - INTERNATIONAL DEELNEMERS COMMUNITY OF INTEREST Buyingand training from the European perspective. 45 INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES – INTERNATIONALE TEILNEHMER – lupus erythematosus PARTICIPANTS INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL DELTAKERE – INTERNATIONELL DELTAGARE – external DEELNEMERS COMMUNITY OF INTEREST Buying Innovation in Military Technology Tuesday, 28 November 1600 Room S329 ( See page 34 for more information ) This panel will look at how to foster, exploit, and deliver invention in military simulation and train from the European perspective. SIGNATURE EVENT GLOBAL GO/FO PERSPECTIVES IN LEARNING Wednesday, 29 November 0830 Room S330BCD ( See page 20 for more data ) This control panel will discuss how teach technologies need to be paired with learning science to best realize the benefits of these advanced systems. SIGNATURE EVENT International Collaboration 2017 Wednesday, 29 November 1400 Room S330BCD ( See foliate 22 for more information ) This senior-level empanel of external participants will explore the challenge of finding a comprehensive solution to achieving collaboration on M & S tools and technologies. SPECIAL SESSION International Future Authors Session Wednesday, 29 November 1630 Room S310C This extra session for our international attendees will be led by the I/ITSEC 2018 Program Chair, Bob Kleinhample. Bob will review the process of successfully authoring a wallpaper for I/ITSEC. In a free-and-easy forum fix, Bob will outline the Call for Abstracts and considerations on which subcommittee is the best choice for abstract submittal. Bob will review the process of authoring both a successful abstract and paper for acceptance for presentation at the league. Come participate in this cozy commute of ideas on successfully authoring a paper for I/ITSEC ! Topics include : Call for Abstracts ( Subcommittee structure ) Abstract Review and Acceptance ( Role of the bird cad ) Paper Review and Acceptance Presentation Development and Approval INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS FOCUS EVENT Cloud-Based simulation : ballyhoo or reality ? Wednesday, 29 November 0830 Room S320GH ( See page 29 for more information ) This Focus Event brings together a classifiable panel of experts from around the ball who will explore Modeling and Simulation as a Service ( MSaaS ). THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 39 46 NOTES INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY coach, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 47 Professional Development Tutorials Papers Workshops 48 49 Continuing Education Units : An I/ITSEC Opportunity CEUs are a convenient and effective direction to keep path of my participation in master development activities. Continuing Education Units ( CEU ) were established in 1970 to create a unit of measurement to quantify continuing department of education and train activities. CEUs apply to technical and educational settings such as I/ITSEC. The chief focus of I/ITSEC is to highlight advanced execution of model and department of education technologies as tools to achieve cost effective train and increased military readiness. consequently, CEUs are offered for all Tutorials, Paper Sessions, and the Professional Development Workshops. CEUs are being sponsored and maintained by the University of Central Florida, Division of Continuing Education. Why should I earn CEUs at I/ITSEC ? engagement in the tutorials, papers and/or Professional Development Workshops for CEU credit reinforces your committedness to remain current in the evolve technologies relating to train and pretense. The CEU transcript indicates your active participation in the technical program of the conference to your employer. previous attendees have indicated that CEUs have assisted them in securing approval to attend the conference. The completion of CEUs has long been used to demonstrate commitment and career interest to supervisors, employers or rate officers. CEUs earned at I/ITSEC can be applied towards CMSP Recertification. What sessions are CEU Eligible ? All Tutorials, Papers, and Professional Development Workshops are CEU eligible. Who may attend these events ? Tutorials and Professional Development Workshops are open to everyone. The Paper Sessions are limited to registered conference attendees. Does attending mean I automatically receive CEU credits ? No. You have to let us know, via your adjustment, that you are interested in the credits. There is no charge for Paid Conference Attendees. however, if you are in an amateur category ( i.e. Exhibitor Personnel ) there is a $ 45 agitate, collectible during registration. You may besides register individually for the CEUs if you missed this step in your conference registration process. We besides ask that you be surely to mark your registration if you wish to attend the Professional Development Workshops held on Friday so that appropriate rooms/seating are in set. How do I receive CEUs at I/ITSEC ? 1. Be sure you are appropriately registered ( you can confirm when you check in onsite ) for CEU credits. 2. follow directions provided at each seance to answer a few basic questions about the presentation. 3. Your CEU transcript will come to you via the University of Central Florida, Division of Continuing Education. Ten liaison hours equate to one CEU citation. Contact Maria Cherjovsky at ( 407 ) or for extra information Continuous Learning Points ( CLPs ) The U.S. Department of Defense ( DoD ) learning work force members are expected to earn Continuous Learning Points ( CLPs ) to stay stream in leadership and running acquisition skills that augment the minimal education, coach and know standards established for certificate purposes within their acquisition career fields. It is each skill extremity south province to meet the goal of 40 CLPs each year and to meet the compulsory requirement of 80 CLPs every two years. Acquisition Professional Activities are allowed to count toward CLPs. CLPs are awarded in accord with DoD-wide guidelines as augmented by Service-specific policies. I/ITSEC provides an excellent opportunity for the DoD acquisition work force members to earn mandatary CLPs. earn THE CMSP DESIGNATION WILL : Demonstrate expertness in the field of M & S to your employer and the larger M & S community Provide opportunities for professional advancement Requirements include 3-8 years of work experience ( depending on level of highest collegiate academic degree ), 3 professional letters of reference, and successful completion of an on-line examination. CMSP Applicants now have a choice between CMSP-Technical and CMSP-Management exams. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE REQUIREMENTS AND TO APPLY, PLEASE VISIT OR CONTACT PATRICK ROWE AT LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber CONTINUING EDUCTION UNITS /CONTINUOUS LEARNING POINTS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 41 50 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TUTORIALS OPEN TO ALL ATTENDEES I/ITSEC Tutorials are designed to serve three purposes : Provide foundational educational material, including material essential in planning as a Certified Modeling & Simulation Professional ( CMSP ). Serve as a refresher and more advanced eruditeness opportunity for those seeking to maintain their certificate. Bring topics of special interest in Training, Simulation and Education to I/ITSEC attendees. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, FOOD STATIONS ARE OPEN DURING MONDAY SESSIONS. TUTORIALS SCHEDULE ROOM TRACK/CHAIR S320A Track 1 : Architectures Robert Lutz Introduction to HLA ( 1729 ) ñ TENA/JMETC : Live-Virtual- Constructive Integration for Test and Training ( 1716 ) Distributed interactional Simulation ( DIS ) 101 ( 1731 ) S320B Track 2 : The ABCs of LVC Leah Rowe, Ph.D. Planning and Execution of a LVC Multi-Architecture Distributed Event ( 1705 ) Distributed LVC Event Integration and Execution ( 1706 ) The Modern Data Center & Hybrid Cloud : Shaping the future of Distributed Simulation ( 1737 ) S320C Track 3 : Be Safe Don Sine, Ph.D. Cybersecurity Trends : Protecting LVC Networks, Training and Simulation Systems ( 1711 ) Ï Trade Compliance in Uncertain Times Simulation and Export Controls 2017 ( 1709 ) The Essential Guide to Cyberspace Training ( 1732 ) Ï S320D Track 4 : How Good Is It ? Michael Freeman, Ed.D. effective Face Validation Methodology to Evaluate Simulation Fidelity for Training ( 1722 ) Addressing the Challenges of Rigorous Simulation Validation ( 1733 ) Demystifying xapi and Learning Analytics ( 1728 ) S320E Track 5 : Think First L. Miguel Encarnação, Ph.D. An Introduction to Cognitive Systems for Modeling & Simulation ( 1715 ) Spoken-dialogue Interaction for Serious Games and Virtual Training Simulators ( 1735 ) ñ Simulation Conceptual Modeling Theory and Application ( 1703 ) S320F Track 6 : The DoD Way Thomas Mastaglio, Ph.D. Introduction to DoD Modeling and Simulation ( 1718 ) Enterprise Solutions for M & S Asset Discovery and Reuse ( 1720 ) S320GH Track 7 : fun by Design Robert Richbourg, Ph.D. Fundamentals of Modeling and Simulation ( 1710 ) M & S by Example : Understanding Modeling & Simulation Applications by Design ( 1704 ) S330G Track 8 : senesce of Discovery Elaine Raybourn, Ph.D. Team Training Environment Specification and Selection ( 1740 ) ñ Discovery experiment : What, Why, How ( 1744 ) LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking phone number. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 51 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TRACK 1 : ARCHITECTURES ROOM S320A Introduction to HLA ( 1729 ) The high-level Architecture ( HLA ) is the leading external criterion for pretense interoperability. It originated in the refutation communities but is increasingly used in other domains. This tutorial gives an introduction to the HLA standard. It describes the requirements for interoperability, tractability, composability and recycle and how HLA meets them. It besides describes the new features of the most recent version : HLA Evolved ( IEEE ) and the approaching HLA version ( HLA 4 ). ultimately, it provides some holocene experiences of the consumption of HLA in NATO M & S groups a well as an overview of recent development of Federation Object Models for military platform simulation. This tutorial is intended for all audiences ; however, some familiarity with basic principles of circulate calculate is recommended. Presenters : BJÖRN MÖLLER is the frailty president and co-founder of Pitch Technologies, the leading supplier of tools for HLA and other pretense standards. He received an M.S. in calculator skill and technology after studying at Linkoping University and Imperial College, London. Mr. Möller has more than thirty years of have in high-tech R & D companies, with an international profile in model and simulation. His experience includes positions in SISO and IEEE standards development groups such as frailty moderate for HLA, chair of the real-time Platform Reference FOM and chair of the Space Reference FOM. Mr. Möller besides served as repository in the NATO MSG-080 group for Security in Collective Mission Training. ROBERT LUTZ is a principal staff scientist at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, MD. His background includes 35 years of practical experience in the development, use, and management of models and simulations across all phases of the DoD systems acquisition process. He presently serves as the Airspace Integration Modeling and Simulation ( M & S ) run for the Navy second Triton program and as an adviser on several LVC development projects. Mr. Lutz besides served as the technical editor for IEEE ( HLA Object Model Template ) and as the product exploitation group ( PDG ) chair for IEEE 1730 ( DSEEP ). Mr. Lutz is soon the chair of the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization ( SISO ) Board of Directors, serves on the Tutorial Board and Fellows Committee at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference ( I/ITSEC ), and is a guest lector on M & S-related topics in The Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering. TRACK 2 : THE ABCs OF LVC ROOM S320B Planning and Execution of a large LVC Multi-Architecture Distributed Event ( 1705 ) Distributed simulation technologies have changed the way the DoD does RD & E, coach, analysis, and testing. These technologies and associated standards have been in function for 20 years and have been documented in many forums. however a critical chemical element that has not been widely documented is the processes and tools required to execute a large multi-architecture distributed event. There are organizations that do these types of events very well, but the entirely way for the new practitioner to lean these skills is to be a member of one of these teams. This tutorial provides a guide to the design and murder of a big multi-architecture distributed event. This scout will include the steps to planning and executing an event including design of the model computer architecture, planning integration spirals, scenario development and rehearsal, conduct of the consequence, data collection and analysis. While the steps described in this tutorial are applicable to all bombastic distribute events, extra emphasis will be placed on multi-architecture based events. An model will be provided showing how to select architectures and object models. This tutorial is applicable to anyone involved in the development a large trial event. The fabric will be applicable to simulation architects, analysts, scenario developers, model users, and managers. presenter MICHAEL J. O CONNOR is chief Technologist at Trideum Corporation. Mr. O Connor has more than 25 years experience in model and simulation ( M & S ). He has been a key participant in the development of distributed model and model standards, including IEEE 1278 and IEEE He has held many positions in the community, including president of the SISO Standards Activities Committee and president of the SISO Executive Committee. He served as the chair of the I/ITSEC Simulation Subcommittee and is the current electric chair of the I/ITSEC Training Subcommittee. He has led the development of multiple simulations using DIS, HLA, and TENA. Mr O Connor has led the technical integration of several big multi-architecture distributed events that used DIS, HLA, and TENA. He holds a knight bachelor randomness degree in calculator technology from Auburn University, and a passkey of skill in computer skill from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Mr. O Connor is a CMSP. TUTORIALS LEGEND ( one or more of the be may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking count. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 43 52 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TUTORIALS TRACK 3 : BE SAFE ROOM S320C Cybersecurity Trends : Protecting LVC Networks, Training and Simulation Systems ( 1711 ) Ï Cyber adversaries have a huge range or tools and a keen feel of when to use each one for maximal impression. You may not be able to stop all attacks but, you can minimize risk and impact of threats by constraining adversaries functional space. Given LVC s inherently connected nature and the increasing dependence on commercial technologies, cybersecurity is critical to aim and simulation. Network hang data provides a wealth of behavioral information that is utilitarian in understanding normal operation and detecting abnormalities. The ability to collect flow data and contextual information about users, applications and devices enables the network to serve as a potent security resource. New technology and techniques allow today s network infrastructure to leverage embedded security capabilities to enable the integral network to serve as an invaluable security resource that can sense abnormalities and threats and mechanically enforce security policies in response. consolidation and communication between network restraint and security system are absolutely essential. TRACK 4 : HOW GOOD IS IT ? ROOM S320D Effective Face Validation Methodology to Evaluate Simulation Fidelity for Training ( 1722 ) Simulation credibility is measured by confirmation and validation ( V & V ) and formally approved as adequate for practice in a especial application by accreditation. Validation ensures that a model conforms to a specified degree of accuracy when its outputs are compared to some expression of the actual earth in the perspective of the mean uses of the model. The finish of this tutorial is to assist the DoD and industry partners to develop an inform, exhaustive, and independent judgment about how credible training simulations are for their intended audiences to ensure training solutions meet their discipline needs. V & V methods vary greatly throughout the DoD and diligence. Some are performed better than others. Seldom are the validations directly connected to training front end analyses. This tutorial will present a method acting implemented and improved upon over respective years by USMC Training and Education Command ( TECOM ) and Program Manager Training Systems ( PM TRASYS ) to accredit educate simulations systems. The methodology provides a exhaustive evaluation that can be used for training simulation in DoD and any industry to reduce V & V costs and prioritize pretense exploitation. Presenters ANDREW BENHASE is the union architect for Cyber Defense at Cisco Systems, Inc. He works across the entire Federal Government, but focuses primarily on the Department of Defense and the U.S. intelligence residential district. He has been with Cisco for over 18 years, focused the integral clock on information assurance architectures and has spent the last 25 years working in the U.S. public sector space. His current technical focus covers next Generation Advanced Encryption techniques for government customers and the ever-expanding sphere of data analytics for defensive cyber operations. KURT KOLLMANSBERGER is a consulting systems engineer for the federal-defense area at Cisco Systems, Inc. He works with all services to identify requirements, provide technical guidance on the future direction of networking technologies and assists in execution, testing and validation of propose solutions. His main focus is on ISR solicitation and weapon systems and besides works with screen and trail ranges across the state. He served about 14 years in the U.S. Air Force as a communication and network engineer and over 18 years at Cisco supporting a number of different customers in the Telco, cable ( MSO ), satellite and U.S. defense sectors. JOE BEEL is a strategic programs coach at Cisco Systems, Inc. He develops and implements strategies to support the U.S. public sector focusing on defense. He is a adjourn naval officer and served as a helicopter fly and acquisition professional in both the Naval Air Systems Command and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command. Presenters NATHAN JONES is the functional Lead for Instructional Systems at MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS. Mr. Jones has 15 years of experience in human performance, human-systems integration, assessments, and acquisition platform confirm. He is creditworthy for overseeing PM TRASYS training front end analyses, training effectiveness evaluations ( TEEs ), and serves as M & S Proponent lead for VV & A efforts. ALEX ARRIETA is the accrediation agent for USMC Training and Education Command, Training and Education Capabilities Division. Alex is responsible for organizing, coordinating, and executing a comprehensive examination VV & A program for Marine Corps training systems to guarantee the credibility of USMC training solutions as the accrediting agent defines accrediting criteria. LEGEND ( one or more of the take after may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking count. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 53 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TRACK 5 : THINK FIRST ROOM S320E An Introduction to Cognitive Systems for Modeling and Simulation ( 1715 ) There are increasing requirements for automated reasoning abilities across the wide spectrum of model and pretense, vitamin a well as in battlefield information and control condition systems. additionally, the cognitive capabilities that have been developed and tested in simulation are migrating to real-world systems. cognitive systems represent a maturing computational approach to intelligence that can provide robust, scalable, and adaptive decision make. This tutorial provides an insertion to cognitive systems, concentrating on production system calculation and high-level design of human-like reasoning systems. We draw examples and comparisons from existing cognitive systems, focusing on the tradeoffs between cognitive and non-cognitive model approaches. The tutorial capacity does not require any specify cognition, but some experience with software engineering or demeanor model can be helpful. Attendees will learn to recognize problems that suggest cognitively-based solutions, and they will be better able to assess risks, costs, and benefits of different approaches. This tutorial is targeted toward developers concerned in cognitive approaches to software engineering, a well as customers who have problems that may be amenable to a cognitive approach. Presenters RANDOLPH M. JONES, Ph.D., Senior Artificial Intelligence Engineer at Soar Technology, Inc. is a leading developer of knowledge-rich intelligent agent software. He has been principal investigator for a variety of advanced R & D projects for ONR, ARI, DMSO, DARPA and other agencies. He has previously held positions at Colby College, the University of Michigan, the University of Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Mellon University. His areas of research include computational models of homo eruditeness and trouble solve, feasible psychological models, and full-spectrum intelligent behavior models. He earned a BS in Mathematics and Computer Science at UCLA, and MS and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California, Irvine. TRACK 6 : THE DOD WAY ROOM S320F Introduction to DoD Modeling and Simulation ( 1718 ) This tutorial will describe the cardinal technologies, terms and concepts associated with Modeling and Simulation ( M & S ) ; and describe M & S development and application in the Department of Defense ( DoD ). It will discuss assorted aspects of M & S use and interoperability, presenting their role in enabling DoD functions and enhancing recycle. This tutorial will identify key policies and procedures for DoD M & S, and present the Verification, Validation and Accreditation ( VV & A ) work that ensures that models and simulations meet the needs of their users. It will present the character of DoD M & S standards in DoD M & S tools and functional use ; and the kinship to the Joint Information Enterprise ( JIE ) and cloud-based DoD IT. It will describe the characteristics and associated challenges of M & S and applications within the DoD functional areas of : education, Analysis, Acquisition, Test and Evaluation, Experimentation, Medical, Planning and Intelligence. This tutorial will besides identify accessible DoD M & S information resources. Presenter JOHN DALY is a aged engineer with Booz Allen Hamilton. He presently leads a team providing modeling and simulation technical and policy support to the Defense Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office. He has worked with OSD, Joint Staff, COCOM, Service, and DISA clients in the development of simulation systems for train, operational decision support, visual image of complex phenomenon, test and evaluation, and performing acquisition functions. John besides worked as a research engineer at the Naval Research Laboratory ; specializing in promote simulation-based C2 train, WMD analysis applications, and EW technologies. TUTORIALS DYLAN SCHMORROW, Ph.D., Chief Scientist at Soar Technology, Inc. leads the attempt to build intelligent systems for refutation, government, and commercial applications that emulate homo decision make. He besides serves as a Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Senior Fellow, Editor of the Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Journal, and the Technical Advisor for the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference Series. He is a leading technical on national security research, technology, and policy related to data engineering, aesculapian research and human performance applications. Past service includes OSD, DARPA, NAWC, NRL, ONR, NPS a well as MS degrees in Psychology and Philosophy. He retired from the US Navy as a Captain in LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this foliate ). The numeral in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 45 54 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TUTORIALS TRACK 7 : fun BY DESIGN ROOM S320GH Fundamentals of Modeling and Simulation ( 1710 ) This tutorial has been designed by a team of subject matter experts to prepare attendees to understand the setting of I/IT- SEC presentations and demonstrations. It provides definitions of widely-used technical terms, while explaining the compass and types of models and simulations that are normally applied in the M & S knowledge domain. The tutorial reviews fundamental simulation defend technologies, major model architectures ( HLA, TENA, DIS ), the basics of instructional purpose, a description of the major standards and best practices available for manipulation across the M & S trouble distance, and a brief presentation of resources that can provide far information. The tutorial introduces several topics that are examined more extensively in early tutorials. The tutorial is designed to be technically concenter and is not intended to overview management or government of M & S within the U.S. DoD. Presenters JAMES E. COOLAHAN, Ph.D., is the Chief Technology Officer of Coolahan Associates, LLC, having retired from full-time employment at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory ( JHU/ APL ) in December 2012 after 40 years of service. He has chaired the conference committee of the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization, and teaches courses in M & S for systems mastermind in the JHU Engineering for Professionals M.S. platform. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in aerospace technology from the University of Notre Dame and the Catholic University of America, respectively, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from JHU and the University of Maryland, respectively. S. K. NUMRICH, Ph.D., CMSP, holds an A.B., M.A. and Ph.D. in physics and worked as a research physicist at the Naval Research Laboratory plying her trade in a kind of fields including subaqueous sound in the Arctic ( yes, aboard ship ), fluid-structure interactions, parallel process, modeling and simulation and virtual reality. She served as technical film director at the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office before leaving government service and joining IDA. ROBERT RICHBOURG, Ph.D., is a member of the research staff at the Institute for Defense Analyses. He is a retire Army policeman who holds a B.S. in Mathematics, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in calculator skill. In his final active duty appointment, he was an academy professor and film director of the Artificial Intelligence Center at the United States Military Academy, West Point. He is a by moderate of the I/ITSEC Tutorial Board, the I/ITSEC Simulation Subcommittee and multiple SISO committees. TRACK 8 : senesce OF DISCOVERY ROOM S330G Team Training Environment Specification and Selection ( 1740 ) ñ Delivering effective military capability to counter increasingly diverse threats has never been more challenge, with fiscal constraints driving the need for ever greater efficiency in training provision. The aim of this tutorial is to show how the trail environment model can be used to provide a structured framework for developing training environment specifications which facilitate the development and evaluation of effective train environments. The discipline environment model guides the designation of the key attributes of the physical and information environments within which our war-fighters operate, the means with which they interact with these environments, and the other significant actors in the environment. It besides facilitates the recognition of the key aim environment features required to support train pitch ( such as setting up and controlling the environment, monitoring operation and after action review ). By identifying the key attributes of each of these elements that have to be specified, it becomes potential to explore how live, synthetic and constructive substitutions can well be made to deliver discipline environments which challenge war-fighters in credible, demanding and engaging scenarios, whilst providing assurance of the capability that is being developed. Presenter JOHN HUDDLESTONE, Ph.D., is a senior inquiry chap in the Human Systems Integration Group within the Mobility and Transport Faculty Research Centre of the Engineering, Environment and Computing Faculty at Coventry University in England. A erstwhile Royal Air Force Officer, he has across-the-board experience of prepare analysis, invention and rescue in both aviation and engineer domains. During his subsequent academic career he has led research into a broad spectrum of military discipline issues, spanning individual, team, collective and joint levels. A co-author of the Team and Collective Training Needs Analysis Methodology, his research interests include team train, homo factors methods and air travel human factors. He holds a Ph.D. in apply psychology from Cranfield University, a Masters degree in computing skill from Imperial College, London and Bachelors degree in education from Notting Trent University. He is a charter IT professional and member of the british Computer Society. LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 55 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TRACK 1 : ARCHITECTURES ROOM S320A TENA/JMETC : Live-Virtual-Constructive consolidation for Test and Training ( 1716 ) The Test and Training Enabling Architecture ( TENA ) and the Joint Mission Environment Test Capability ( JMETC ) program provide an advance set of interoperability software, interfaces, and connectivity for function in joint distributed test and education. This tutorial will provide information about the how TENA works and why it is important to the test and train communities, with some comparison to other interoperability architectures. TENA provides testers and trainers software such as the TENA Middleware a high-performance, real-time, low-latency communication infrastructure that is used by training image orchestration software and tools during murder of a range trail consequence. The standard TENA Object Models provide data definitions for coarse roll entities and therefore enables semantic interoperability among training range applications. The TENA tools, utilities, adapters and gateways assist in creating and managing an integration of range resources. The current interpretation of the TENA Middleware, Release 6.0.5, is being used by the range community for testing, train, evaluation, and feedback and is be used in major exercises in the present. JMETC is a dogged test and evaluation capability throughout the U.S. DoD, connecting many test ranges in concert, including a bridge to the JTEN train net ; a set of TENA-compliant software middleware, interfaces, tools, and databases ; and a work for creating large spread test events. The combination of TENA and JMETC gives testers and trainers unprecedented ability to craft a joint distributed deputation environment that forges the future for innovative test and trail. Presenter ED POWELL, Ph.D., is a run architect for the Test and Training Enabling Architecture. After receiving his ph in astrophysics from Princeton University, he worked for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory performing simulation-based psychoanalysis. He moved to SAIC ( immediately Leidos ) in 1994, and participated as lead architect in some of the most complex distributed simulation programs in DoD, including the joint Precision Strike Demonstration ( JPSD ), the Synthetic Theater of War ( STOW ), the Joint Simulation System ( JSIMS ). He then worked in the news community on architectures for integrating large-scale divers ISR systems. He has been the lead architect for TENA for fifteen years, and is presently working on expanding the applicability of TENA, and integrating TENA with broader DoD-wide data management and boastful data analysis systems. presently, he owns his own consult company specializing in model and systems architecture and engineer. TRACK 2 : THE ABCs OF LVC ROOM S320B Distributed LVC Event Integration and Execution ( 1706 ) integration and execution of bombastic distributed Live, Virtual, Constructive ( LVC ) events consume substantial fourth dimension and resources. While the underlying spread LVC technologies are mature, the processes for integrating events are not. The IEEE Std Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process ( DSEEP ) standard presents a serve exemplar for the exploitation of an consequence. however, the user still has to instantiate the action and develop artifact templates. Based on the experience of the integration and performance of many distributed LVC events, an instantiation of two of the seven DSEEP steps has been developed. This tutorial provides a detail fix of processes, templates, and guidance on how to perform step 5 integration and Test Simulation Environment and step 6 Execute Simulation steps. The tutorial besides describes how the products produced in the beginning 4 steps are used the subsequent steps. The process covers the consolidation of simulations and tactical systems to meet the objectives of the LVC consequence. This tutorial is beneficial for anyone involved in the consolidation and execution of large distributed events. The tutorial is peculiarly beneficial for engineers tasked with planning and executing distribute events. The tutorial does not require cognition of the DSEEP standard. presenter MICHAEL J. O CONNOR is headman Technologist at Trideum Corporation. Mr. O Connor has more than 25 years experience in model and model ( M & S ). He has been a key player in the exploitation of circulate model and model standards, including IEEE 1278 and IEEE He has held many positions in the community, including president of the SISO Standards Activities Committee and chair of the SISO Executive Committee. He served as the electric chair of the I/ITSEC Simulation Subcommittee and is the current electric chair of the I/ITSEC Training Subcommittee. He has led the development of multiple simulations using DIS, HLA, and TENA. Mr O Connor has led the technical foul integration of several big multi-architecture distributed events that used DIS, HLA, and TENA. He holds a bachelor sulfur degree in calculator engineer from Auburn University, and a victor of skill in calculator science from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Mr. O Connor is a CMSP. KENNETH G. LESUEUR, Ph.D., serves as the headman engineer in the Subsystems Test Division at the U.S. Army Redstone Test Center. His work and research have been concentrated in HWIL testing, distributed screen, modeling and simulation, and eminent performance calculate. He received his chief mho degree and doctor’s degree in computer engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. TUTORIALS LEGEND ( one or more of the following may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking count. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 47 56 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TUTORIALS TRACK 3 : BE SAFE ROOM S320C Trade Compliance in Uncertain Times Simulation and U.S. Export Controls 2017 ( 1709 ) As 2017 dawned, a new government brought extra uncertainty to the ongoing Export Control Reform process ampere well as the extraneous policy and national security issues that serve as the foundation of the ITAR and the EAR. This tutorial will focus on understanding the lotion of the ITAR and the EAR vitamin a well as the likely changes associated with modern leadership in Washington D.C. Proposed revisions to key definitions such as department of defense services, technical data, public world and export and questions concerning ITAR U.S. Munitions List coverage and sanctions remain on the horizon and advocate continuing watchfulness and education in this sphere. The tutorial will examine the scope of the U.S. export laws, how the U.S. Government applies them to the pretense industry, including controls on software, hardware, services and activities at trade shows such as I/ITSEC, deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as discus examples of products and services, and associated license strategies, in this shifting regulative environment. Presenter JEREMY K. HUFFMAN, J.D., is a establish extremity and spouse of Huffman Riley PLLC. Mr. Huffman concentrates his practice advising U.S. and foreign clients concerning all aspects of the U.S. export restraint laws, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ( ITAR ) ; Export Administration Regulations ( EAR ) ; and the Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) regulations. Mr. Huffman has extensive experience assisting high engineering, defense industry and other clients to navigate applicable U.S. export statutes and regulations. Mr. Huffman earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law in TRACK 4 : HOW GOOD IS IT ? ROOM S320D Addressing the Challenges of Rigorous Simulation Validation ( 1733 ) The summons of validation is substantive to the credible and dependable use of any model. Although Department of Defense policy and guidance increasingly emphasizes the importance of rigorous validation founded in the application of impregnable statistical analysis, implementation of rigorous establishment continues to face multiple challenges. This tutorial will address respective of those challenges : How to identify, collect, and combine validation referent data ( against what will the simulation results be compared ) How to identify the model measures and metrics to use as the basis of comparison ( the aspects of the results that will be compared to the referent ) Methods for performing the results/referent comparison How to quantify gamble and remainder uncertainty companion with the application of the simulation The tutorial will enhance the learn have by incorporating lessons learned derived from the many VV & A applications with which the authors have been involved. Presenters SIMONE M. YOUNGBLOOD is a penis of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physic Laboratory s principal professional staff. Leveraging an across-the-board setting in simulation development and credibility appraisal, Simone Youngblood has served as the DoD VV & A focal luff for the by 20 years. Ms. Youngblood was the editor of the DoD VV & A Recommended Practices Guide and chaired the growth of several VV & A relate standards including : IEEE Standard, IEEE Standard and MIL-STD Ms. Youngblood has served as the V & V and/or Accreditation agent for numerous M & S efforts that span a across-the-board organizational spectrum to include : DTRA, DNDO, and NAVAIR. Ms. Youngblood has a B.A.in mathematics vitamin a well as B.S. and M.S. degrees in computer skill. MIKEL D. PETTY, Ph.D., is presently a senior scientist for modeling and pretense at the University of Alabama in Huntsville mho Information Technology and Systems Center and an associate professor of computer science. Prior to joining UAH, he was headman scientist at Old Dominion University s Virginia Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation Center and adjunct director at the University of Central Florida s Institute for Simulation and Training. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida in Dr. Petty has worked in modeling and pretense inquiry and education since 1990 in areas that include verification and validation methods, model interoperability and composability, and human demeanor modeling. He has published over 200 research papers and has been awarded over $ 16 million in research fund. He is a license Modeling and Simulation Professional and is editor-in-chief of the diary simulation : Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International. LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking act. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 57 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TRACK 5 : THINK FIRST ROOM S320E Spoken-dialogue Interaction for Serious Games and Virtual Training Simulators ( 1735 ) ñ late advances in deep learning have opened people s minds to newly levels of interaction within many virtual aim Environments ( VTEs ) /Serious Games. unfortunately, allowing users to fully interact through address is a challenge for computers, particularly when the undertaking is unconstrained or performed under adverse conditions. Speech is therefore often neglected as a modality, in malice of its artlessness. furthermore, user-based evaluations of actor’s line interfaces are intrinsically difficult. The recent AI rotation brings promise that, despite these shortcomings, there will at least be some areas of R & D that will lead to real improvements in both the design and implementation of talk interactions in training systems. Presenters COSMIN MUNTEANU is an assistant professor at the Institute for Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology ( University of Toronto at Mississauga ). Until 2014 he was a research officer with the National Research Council of Canada. His sphere of expertness is at the intersection of automatic rifle language recognition ( ASR ) and human-computer interaction ( HCI ), having extensively studied the human factors of using imperfect address realization systems, and having designed and evaluated systems that improve humans interaction with immersive technologies through address and natural language ( such as advanced learning systems and mix reality aim simulators ). His multidisciplinary interests include manner of speaking and natural language interaction for fluid devices, interracial reality systems, learning technologies for marginalize users, and assistive technologies. He has authored numerous publications in HCI, ASR, and computational linguistics. GERALD PENN is a professor of computer science at the University of Toronto, and a inflict research scientist at the International Computer Science Institute at the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests are talk language work and mathematical linguistics. He is a past recipient role of the Ontario Early Researcher Award, a senior member of IEEE, a aged extremity of AAAI, and has led numerous research projects funded by Avaya, Bell Canada, CAE, the Connaught Fund, Microsoft, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the german Ministry for Training and Research, SMART Technologies, the U.S. Army and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. TRACK 6 : THE DOD WAY ROOM S320F Enterprise Solutions for M & S Asset Discovery and Reuse ( 1720 ) Reuse of M & S assets, such as models, simulations, data, and related items, is critical to providing cost-efficient M & S solutions for mission needs. The first step in recycle is to gain visibility into what assets exist, and then to have mechanisms to access them. however, most M & S practitioners and managers are largely unaware of the wealth of M & S assets that exist, and they don deoxythymidine monophosphate know where to go to find them. The U.S. DoD and allied militaries have made significant advances recently to more effectively support discovery and recycle of assets across the M & S enterprise. Following sound industry practices and official steering, a set of federate discovery and access mechanisms have been developed, allowing unprecedented national and international collaboration while respecting distribution limitations. Those attending this tutorial will learn the state of the art and future plans of current discovery and recycle tools, how to use them, and how to access M & S assets found in them. Attendees will besides learn how they can make their own assets available to others for recycle. The tutorial will begin with the motivation and business case for M & S asset recycle, and then through descriptions and demonstrations, show how M & S assets can be discovered and accessed. Presenters ROY SCRUDDER is the Program Manager for the M & S Engineering Group at the Applied Research Laboratories, The University of Texas at Austin ( ARL : utah ). He has over 30 years experience in information systems analysis and development, concentrating the end 20 years in information management for M & S. Mr. Scrudder s professional experiences are in the areas of arrangement engineer, datum management, and data engineering. holocene projects with which he has provided expertness include Enterprise Data Services, Integrated LVC Test Environment, and Integrated Training Environment Product Line Data Management. Mr. Scrudder holds a knight bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Tennessee. HART RUTHERFORD is the Director of the Technology Solutions Group at SimVentions Inc., which delivers analysis, engineering, and model and model ( M & S ) products and services. He has over 25 years of defense fight systems engineer and program management feel. In support of the Defense Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office ( DMSCO ), his team is the co-developer of the Defense M & S Catalog and provides ongoing research and development of new operational concepts, web-based tools, and metadata standards to improve the discovery, communion, and recycle of M & S resources. He holds a Master south degree in Systems Engineering from Old Dominion University ( ODU ) and is presently a Ph.D. student at ODU researching the performance and government of complex systems. TUTORIALS LEGEND ( one or more of the following may appear on this page ). The count in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking numeral. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 49 58 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TUTORIALS TRACK 7 : fun BY DESIGN ROOM S320GH M & S by Example : Understanding Modeling & Simulation Applications by Design ( 1704 ) A Model is the representation of an actual system and is used to predict a future submit, often for purposes of decision-making ; Simulation is the imitation of the operation of a system over fourth dimension. This Yin-Yang relationship underscores the implicit in complexity of successfully employing M & S in application domains for educate, psychoanalysis and technology. Real-world examples serve as effective instructional mechanisms to improve inclusion by reducing cognitive load during skill skill. consequently, a high-level overview of M & S by Example serves as the primary impulse for this tutorial. Introductory material will be presented using examples from traditional M & S application domains. An intercede example will provide a regional connection by demonstrating core M & S principles that underlie shudder tease ( entertainment ) invention technologies. finally, an advanced Black Swan weather event scenario will be surmised, and elements of the associated M & S analysis will be suggested. The understanding by Design ( UbD ) framework establishes learning outcomes to design effective prepare course of study, and will be leveraged for the construction and delivery of this tutorial. overall, this display will serve as a broad introduction to many cardinal techniques critical to M & S, and consequently, will closely adhere to the current CMSP course of study. TRACK 8 : age OF DISCOVERY ROOM S330G Discovery experiment : What, Why, How ( 1744 ) Discovery experiment is a action for using simulation to place emerging technologies in the hands of warfighters engaged in virtual battlefields to explore the military utility of new concepts for using emerging systems. Discovery experiment is designed to allow eruditeness and alteration from trial to trial and in that way differs significantly for both traditional scientific experiment and technology demonstrations. It can be used to explore military utility of newfangled technologies, development of new tactics, techniques and procedures for emerging systems, definition of requirements for manipulate devices for newfangled systems, and attendant needs for new aim. This tutorial will define the impression, utility and execution of discovery experiment by walking through a multi-trial discovery experiment completed in 2016 to test a newly concept in close air travel support. The tutorial will demonstrate how the determine from one test to another was used to refine both the initial concept and the requirements for an interface device to be used with actual, emerging systems. The discovery experiment is important for exploring joint warfighting capabilities as individual military service technologies are being developed and should be considered as a keystone part in the overall skill march for emerging technology. Presenter KEVIN F. HULME, Ph.D, CMSP, received his degree from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University at Buffalo ( UB ), specializing in multidisciplinary analysis and optimization of building complex systems. Kevin presently serves as the Director of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Motion Simulation Laboratory at UB. Research and training stress areas include : apply model and pretense, standardization of simulation in adolescent driver guard, fidelity requirements in simulation system specification, multi-participant civilian force model, fare guard and homo factors research, autonomous and connect vehicles, M & S approaches in STEM and experiential learn, Gamification and clothing device technologies for simulation-based aim and education, and multi-measure judgment of distractions on driver performance. In November of 2015, Kevin became a Certified Modeling and Simulation Professional ( CMSP ). Presenters S. K. NUMRICH, Ph.D., CMSP, has been a penis of the inquiry staff at the Institute for Defense Analyses since She is a research physicist with a background in submerged acoustics, environmental factors and model, and calculator simulation. A former technical director at the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office, she has a strong background in distribute simulation and issues in VV & A. She managed the development of mine war components for Maritime JSAF and has served on model committees for The technical Cooperation Program, NATO s Research and Technology Board and I/ITSEC. KEVIN WOODS, Ph.D., has been a member of IDA s research staff since his separation from the U.S. Army in His initial degree from Auburn is in Organizational Management followed by an M.A. in National Security and Strategic Studies and Ph.D. in history from the University of Leeds, UK. He served as concept developer for experiment at JFCOM and led the discovery experiment team on novel concepts in finale breeze subscribe completed by IDA for the Air Force in He is a frequent speaker and lecturer on strategic studies. LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 59 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TRACK 1 : ARCHITECTURES ROOM S320A Distributed Interactive Simulation ( DIS ) 101 ( 1731 ) This Distributed Interactive Simulation ( DIS ) protocol is an IEEE standard for packet-level substitute of data between military simulations. DIS facilitates pretense interoperability through a consistent over-the-wire format for data, wide agreed upon constant count values, and community consensus semantics. Anyone can obtain the IEEE-1278 standard and implement their own compliant, interoperable, DIS lotion. A bombastic diverseness of tools and codebases simplify this attempt, and enable multi-architecture integration of simulations using the DIS stand baseline. DIS concenter begins with real-time, physics-based, entity-scale simulations, providing country update and interaction mechanisms which can scale to large virtual environments. This tutorial is a DIS 101 introduction for software implementers and an introduction to the DIS philosophy for simulation systems integrators. Presenter RANDY SAUNDERS is a extremity of the Principal Professional Staff at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He is a inquiry analyst and adjunct group supervisory program specializing on information engineering efficiencies and pretense architectures across the DoD and news community. technical know with software aspects of sonar acoustics, electronic flight controls, information security system ( both computer assurance and application of cryptanalysis ), geographic data analysis/visualization, human interfaces, and Internet development/delivery/security. Industry have in building/managing teams of many companies and about 30 year second experience with growth of standards through IEEE and SISO to facilitate collaboration. Instructor of Software Systems Engineering naturally in JHU Whiting School of Engineering, graduate school Engineering for Professionals for the past 13 years, and course coach responsible for the course content for the past 7 years. TRACK 2 : THE ABCs OF LVC ROOM S320B The Modern Data Center & Hybrid Cloud : Shaping the future of Distributed Simulation ( 1737 ) Modern net architectures are changing the way highly interactional applications are designed, deployed, and delivered. The three fundamental functions of networking calculate, storehouse, and ecstasy are converging and are now device agnostic. Further, virtual machine engineering allows a individual device to perform multiple roles within the architecture including supervisory functions, operations, and security. Within the modern simulation computer architecture, software defined networking efficiently use architecture resources as workload appointment is dynamically adjusted ensuring manner of speaking of the choice of service required to achieve the reality demanded as thousands ; tens of thousands ; or hundreds of thousands of entities interact via physics-based models. In large-scale simulation environments, assuring the moment-by-moment integrity of the computer architecture and authenticity of participants through active multi-epoch interaction cycles is a must. Both are possible with technologies that endlessly monitor application performance and connection authenticity. These rationalization and telemetry functions act as checks and balances verifying that interactional engagement pairings are accurate validating the integrity of the simulation. Data center and hybrid cloud architectures capable of supporting these highly distributed operations efficiently, efficaciously and securely are available for implementation will be presented. Presenters CHUCK LOUISELL, Ph.D., is a strategic programs coach at Cisco Systems, Inc. Chuck served as a USAF Weapons School teacher and in squadron and training group dominate positions. At Cisco, Chuck works across multiple product lines including data center and cloud. TUTORIALS CHUCK OTTS is a datum center specialist for the Federal-Defense Area at Cisco Systems, Inc. He chiefly works with the Air Force and System Integrators providing technical guidance on the future of data center architectures, orchestration, and security products. LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The issue in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking count. 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60 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TUTORIALS TRACK 3 : BE SAFE ROOM S320C The Essential Guide to Cyberspace Training ( 1732 ) Ï U.S. and international defense leaders continue to emphasize the importance of representing naturalistic internet conditions and conducting incorporate internet operations during exercises. concurrently, governments, industry, and academia are quickly developing potential solutions to these requirements. How well do trainers and exercise planners understand these solutions, leverage them to meet overarch mandates and their specific requirements, and incorporate them into bequest plans, processes, and procedures ? What are the challenges to successfully deploying these environments ? What is the future of internet operations training ? This tutorial explains the basics of cyber coach environments and how to integrate cyber ranges, simulations, and emulations into exercises. It provides a foundation to help organizations define, plan, and execute cyber educate events. It identifies best practices of internet coach ampere well as methods of integrating cyber stove events into conflict staff aim exercises. This tutorial will aid anyone involved with designing and executing cyber educate events leaders, planners, cyber warriors, service providers, and cosmopolitan users who provide or rely on internet capabilities to accomplish their mission. Presenters DAVID FUZZY WELLS, Ph.D., is the director of U.S. Pacific Command s Cyber War Innovation Center ( CWIC ) and lead for the Cyber Operational Architecture Training System ( COATS ). A adjourn Air Force ( AF ) policeman, his past assignments include : chief scientist for Research and Development at the Joint Warfare Analysis Center ; Chief of Ops Assessment at AF Central Command s Combined Air & Space Ops Center ; Chair of Ops Research Group, Director of Modeling & Simulation ( M & S ) department of education and Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the USAF Academy ; and AF M & S lead for U.S. Joint Forces Command s Millennium Challenge experiment while at the AF Agency for M & S. He has served as drill designer and senior restrainer for battle staff trail exercises worldwide. He was the beginning AF policeman to obtain a Ph.D. in Modeling, Virtual Environments and Simulation from the Naval Postgraduate School. He earned the foremost M.S. in M & S from the AF Institute of Technology. He is a Certified M & S Professional Charter Member and a National M & S Coalition Plankholder. TRACK 4 : HOW GOOD IS IT ? ROOM S320D Demystifying xapi and Learning Analytics ( 1728 ) Learning happens everywhere : in classrooms and train ranges, web-browsers and videos, on smartphones and their many apps, in VR and AR, and a twelve fresh technologies released each year. Ideally, learning assessment besides occurs across these numerous platforms but what happens to those data ? Too much little-to-no learning assessment occurs ; alternatively, learners may get a check box for completion. even when meaningful evaluation takes place, those data are often locked into silo trapped in a thousand different spreadsheets, simulators, learning management systems, and databases. If we could enable better teach assessment, and integrate people s assessment data from across their conventional, informal, and on-the-job eruditeness experiences, we could gain brawny insights for education, education, and homo capital management. This tutorial discusses capabilities related to these goals. specifically, the tutorial will introduce ( non-technical ) participants to learning analytics and the consociate Experience Application Programming Interface ( xapi ) technical data specification. xapi lets applications capture and share ( big ) data on human performance, along with consociate instructional contentedness and performance context information. Combined with learning analytics, these tools promise to revolutionize the way educate and education is conducted, managed, and measured. More precisely the tutorial will include an introduction to xapi, a comparison between xapi and SCORM, an presentation to learning analytics, and a preview about the future Total Learning Architecture. Presenter SAE SCHATZ, Ph.D., serves as the Director of the Advanced Distributed Learning ( ADL ) Initiative, a program under the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training. This school term s co-presenters besides work for the ADL Initiative. JASON HAAG and JONO POLTRACK are long-time members of its contractor-support staff, and both have played instrumental roles in the development and government of xapi. DEREK BRYAN has provided lineal documentation to the USPACOM J81 Joint Innovation and Experimentation platform since In this function he is creditworthy for the research, testing, and judgment of innovative solutions to USPACOM capability gaps. Mr. Bryan is presently providing project management and engineering support to the CWIC and the COATS project. Mr. Bryan has a B.S. in Computer Science from James Madison University and an M.E. in Modeling and Simulation from Old Dominion University. JENNIFER VOGEL-WALCUTT, Ph.D., is the Director of Innovation at the ADL Initiative. She has over 15 years of experience in inquiry and development for aim and department of education with particular interests in applying instructional techniques to improve cognition and educational development. LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this foliate ). The issue in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking count. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 61 MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2017 ALL TUTORIALS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 41 ) TRACK 5 : THINK FIRST ROOM S320E Simulation Conceptual Modeling Theory and Application ( 1703 ) Simulation conceptual model is a critical step in simulation exploitation frequently overlooked in the rush to demonstrate program progress. A model conceptual model is an abstraction from either the existing or a conceptional physical global that serves as a skeletal system of reference book for foster simulation development by documenting simulation-independent views of crucial entities and their keystone actions and interactions. A simulation conceptual model describes what the pretense will represent, the assumptions limiting those representations, and other capabilities needed to satisfy the stakeholder randomness requirements. It bridges between these requirements, and simulation design. This tutorial will present the theory and application of simulation conceptual model as documented during the research done by the NATO MSG 058. In addition, Use Cases that have been drawn from former conference presentations will be presented to illustrate how conceptual model has been performed. extra work is necessary to mature the state-of-the-art of pretense conceptual mold before a recommend practices guide could be standardized. This tutorial has been created to continue the festering of the simulation conceptual model best practices. TUTORIALS Presenter JAKE BORAH is the co-owner of Borah Enterprises LLC. He is a master interoperability engineer for Navy Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division ( NAWCTSD ) Synthetic Training and Inoperability Integrated Product Team. Jake has frequently supported U.S. and canadian government sponsored military simulation projects because of his mastery of the M & S engineering, and expertness in High Level Architecture confederation development. He has a B.S. from the United States Air Force Academy and a headmaster of Aeronautical Science academic degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. LEGEND ( one or more of the pursue may appear on this page ). The numeral in parentheses following tutorial Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Tutorial Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 53 62 PAPERS TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER ALL PAPERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 39 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A S320B H1 Hear, See and Sense No Evil J. Robert Bois, Ph.D. S1 Augmented Reality Alyssa Tanaka, Ph.D. Auditory Performance of Individuals with Reduced Hearing Capability in Virtual Reality Environment ( 17039 ) Analyzing SLAM Algorithm Performance for Tracking in Augmented Reality Systems ( 17161 ) Eye Tracking Feedback to Enhance Visual Search Training ( 17275 ) Most effective Capabilities of Head Mounted Displays for Dismounted Soldier Training Using Augmented Reality ( 17055 ) Multimodal Assessment of Pilots Affective States using Psycho Physiological Sensor Signals and Facial Recognition Analysis ( 17008 ) ñ Expert-Assisted Field Maintenance using Augmented Reality ( 17262 ) S320C EC1 Trouble with Data Harry Sotomayor GeoPackage : Unifying Modeling and Simulation with Mission Command Geospatial Data ( 17065 ) 3D Scanning and Navy Ships : An Immediate and Outward Look at Utilization ( 17052 ) marine Forensics : The Art and Science of Simulating Ships in Storms ( 17086 ) S320E T1 Optimizing Team Performance Thomas Yanoschik Increasing Cognitive Readiness in Joint Command Battle Staffs ( 17048 ) appraisal Instruments in Support of Marine Instructor Development ( 17180 ) Systematic Team Assessment Readiness prepare : Live, Virtual, Constructive Distributed Missions ( 17229 ) S320F P1 Data and Delivery : Addressing the Challenges Emilie Reitz Achieving actionable data in a Complex Operational Environment ( 17153 ) Considering Training as a Service within the Acquisition Strategy ( 17156 ) A Cloud Computing Business Case Analysis for Existing Training Systems ( 17053 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A H2 Build, Test and Perform Adelle Lynch Comparing Visual Assembly Aids for Augmented Reality Work Instructions ( 17208 ) A Multi-method border on to Evaluating Human-system Interactions during Operational Testing ( 17267 ) Reprocessability and engagement : Comparing Text to Human Forms for Information Conveyance ( 17187 ) S320B S2 Radar Simulation Craig Siefert GPU Ray Tracing-based Method for Real-time ISAR model ( 17237 ) ñ Enhanced Aerial Radar Line of Sight Performance ( 17051 ) ñ S320C EC2 Discovering Transformative Architectures Richard Blum IDE-Forward : A haunting Force- On-Force Training Field Test Environment ( 17184 ) Emerging Network and Architecture Technology Enhancements to Support Future Training Environments ( 17033 ) initiation through Discovery Experimentation ( 17317 ) S320D ED2 Obstacles and Surprises : Overcoming Rhianon Dolletski-Lazar Overcoming Educational Obstacles to the Achievement of the Future Special Operator Concept ( 17063 ) Black Swans : dislocation of Power ( 17174 ) Leading Learning in the workplace : Who s in Charge ? ( 17011 ) ñ S320F P2 Standards and Policy : Setting the Bar John Dzenutis Exploration of Next Generation Technology Application to Modeling and Simulation Study Group ( 17045 ) Standardizing human Performance Measurement for Ease of Data Analytics ( 17223 ) heat content Measuring Display System Resolution Precisely ( 17016 ) LEGEND ( one or more of the comply may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 63 WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ALL PAPERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 39 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A S320B H3 Is It Live or Is It Memorex ? Liz Gehr, Ph.D. S3 Cyber Simulation and Training Paul Cummings Live-Virtual Laboratory Assessment of Behaviors in Occupational Roles ( LABOR ) ( 17006 ) Cyber Effects within a kinetic Model ( 17181 ) Ï Performance Measurement Considerations for Live, Virtual, and Constructive ( LVC ) Training ( 17091 ) A Cyber Warfare Prototype for Live, Virtual, & Constructive Simulations ( 17015 ) Ï Modeling Operator Performance through Task-oriented Machine Learning ( 17038 ) The DARPA CODE White Force Network ( 17018 ) Ï PAPERS S320C EC3 Big Data : size Matters Diane Justice Deep Learning for Training with Noise in Expert Systems ( 17034 ) Human Activity Synthetic Data Generation ( 17059 ) A Genetic Model of the Development of Modeling and Simulation ( 17077 ) S320D ED3 Fostering Workplace Competencies Robert Sottilare, Ph.D. Validating Competencies Using a quantitative experimental Approach ( 17105 ) A Dynamic Learning Approach to Training Digital Acquisition Professionals ( 17264 ) A mobile strategy for autonomous Learning in the Workplace ( 17265 ) S320E T2 Training Optimization Gary Bauleke Holistic Environment Generation and Multi-domain C2 Training ( 17165 ) Optimized Pilot Training for Combat Aircraft ( 17199 ) ñ Using advanced Systems Thinking to Optimize Royal Navy Training ( 17084 ) ñ S320F P3 Technology and Workforce : Tying it all Together Eric Weisel, Ph.D. Developing U.S. Service M & S Professionals : Inter-Service Differences in the Education, Training, and Management of Uniform and Government M & S Personnel ( 17178 ) apparent Law and Defense Technology : original Intent and Current Practice ( 17035 ) A National Approach to achieve International Distributed Simulation Interoperability Certification ( 17044 ) ñ ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A BP1 Best Papers Karen Williams ECIT Creating Effective LVC Training with Augmented Reality ( 17119 ) Training Perceptual-cognitive & Physiological Assessment of Training Effectiveness ( 17013 ) planck’s constant ñ Education Human Systems and Instructional System Design for a Simulator of a Robotic Surgical System ( 17213 ) henry S320B S4 3D Modeling and Virtualization Paul Bogard Full 3D Visuals for Advanced Training in Single-seat Fighters ( 17050 ) 3D visual image for Point of Need and Cloud Based Training ( 17067 ) optimization of Computer Generated Three Dimensional Models for decreased Latency in Virtual Environments ( 17170 ) S320C EC4 Realistic and effective military action : How Do We Decide ? Lisa Jean Bair Modeling Environmental Impacts on Cognitive Performance for Artificially Intelligent Entities ( 17176 ) Optimizing cooperative Games for Cognitive Communication UAVs with Q-Learning ( 17132 ) Controlling CGF-Generated Entities Using a Fuzzy Logicbased System ( 17040 ) S320E T3 Measures Developed for Team Performance Kerri Chik JTAC/JFO Team Training Effectiveness in a Simulationbased Environment ( 17036 ) Using IoT Sensors to Enhance Simulation and Training in Multiteam Systems ( 17064 ) henry Measuring Team Performance and Coordination in a desegregate Human-Synthetic Team Training Environment ( 17301 ) S320F S5 Terrain Modeling Ron Moore Large Area High Resolution Geotypical Terrain Decoration ( 17285 ) Unearthing the Modeling and Simulation Underground with Voxels ( 17100 ) terrain Database Correlation Assessment Using an open reservoir Tool ( 17004 ) ñ LEGEND ( one or more of the be may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking total. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 55 64 PAPERS WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER ALL PAPERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 39 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A S320B BP2 Best Papers Robert Wallace S6 Non-Traditional Aspects of military Simulation Eliot Winer, Ph.D. HPAE Assessing Submariners Intuitive Decision-making Skills using Neurocognitive Methods ( 17090 ) Modeling Underwater Communications in Live, Virtual and Constructive Environments ( 17295 ) pretense Dynamic Occlusion using Fixed Infrastructure for Augmented Reality ( 17054 ) A study on the Effectiveness of Virtual and Constructive Interface Simulation ( 17114 ) ñ PSMA At the Tipping luff : Learning Science and Technology as Key Strategic Enablers for the Future of Defense and Security ( 17109 ) A large Scale Correlated Dynamic Weather Simulation Service ( 17308 ) ñ S320C EC5 Super Smarts : The Power of Processing Carla Cropper Mind Flight : Brain-Computer Interface-Driven Design of Simulated Aircraft Control Frameworks ( 17150 ) Operational Learning : Leveraging Mission Data to Optimize Skill Development ( 17226 ) acceleration of Digital Radar Landmass Simulation on Multicore CPU and GPGPU Computer ( 17235 ) ñ S320D ED4 STEM Innovated Tools Ed Degnan, Ph.D. Enhanced STEM Subject Outcomes from the Use of Intelligent Tutors ( 17236 ) Implementing advanced constructivism : An Architected Approach to Enhancing STEM Education ( 17017 ) Mathematical Simulations Students no Longer Lost in Twodimensional Space ( 17127 ) S320F S7 LVC in a Distributed Environment James Dennis Virtualization : Navy Continuous Training Environment Approach to Cloud Enabling Technologies ( 17289 ) performance Measurement in LVC Distributed Simulations : Lessons from OBW ( 17207 ) NATO Initiative in Multi-national Mission Training through Distributed Simulation ( 17200 ) ñ ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A H4 Learning Interoperability : All in concert now W. Lewis Johnson, Ph.D. Interoperable Assessments using HPML : A Novice Conning Skills Acquisition Use Case ( 17072 ) ñ sum Learning Architecture Development : A Design-based Research Approach ( 17117 ) Using Competencies to Map Performance Across Multiple Activities ( 17139 ) S320B S8 Threats and Scenarios LTC Brian Vogt, USA Generative Representation of Synthetic Threat Actors for Simulation and Training ( 17140 ) model of Non-Combatant Population Movement in the Battlespace ( 17214 ) test and train Convergence Common Scenario Generation Requirements and Solutions ( 17129 ) S320C EC6 Making Smart Decisions Sally Carter Developing a Financial Readiness Mobile Personal Assistant for Learning ( 17252 ) MentorPal : synergistic Virtual Mentors Based on Real-life STEM Professionals ( 17263 ) Developing a naturalistic Categorization Task for Testing intuitive decision Making ( 17146 ) S320D ED5 Future Leaders Claudia Clark, Ed.D. Students from around the country award papers on the projects demonstrated in the future Leaders Pavilion ( FLP ). Visit them in Booth # 2681 and stand by to be overwhelmed by the depth of their research papers during this session. S320E T4 Life in the Big Sim Rob Lechner Creating Data Driven Training Scenarios ( 17203 ) Advanced Readiness 2025 : Balanced Investments Across Live, Virtual and Constructive ( 17241 ) Toward Augmenting Army Aviation Collective Training with Game-based Environments ( 17282 ) S320F S9 Applying Simulation for Readiness Teresita Sotomayor, Ph.D. High-fidelity Surgical Fasciotomy Simulator for Training Special Operations Medics ( 17087 ) planck’s constant Modeling Combat Aircraft Training and Readiness ( 17149 ) Leverage the Training Effect in Staff Training by Automated Reporting ( 17133 ) ñ LEGEND ( one or more of the following may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 65 THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER ALL PAPERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 39 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S10 Information and Data Army Training Data Management Information Management : A Core Operational Data to Stimulate S320B Management Using a Product Line Approach Enabler of the MSaaS Ecosystem Simulation Systems and Enhance Mike Flanagan ( 17093 ) ( 17061 ) ñ Training ( 17107 ) ñ S320C S320D S320E EC7 Audio, Aptitude and Areas Nick Giannias ED6 Courseware Creativity : Delivering a Better Experience Chuck Breed T5 What Works in VR ? Jeffery Beaubien, Ph.D. 3D Spatial Audio Extraction and Demonstration System for Augmented/Mixed Reality Simulations ( 17009 ) How video Lectures Can Free Up Time for early Learning Activities ( 17201 ) ñ Enhancing Maintenance Simulation Training Devices and Their application Through Verification and Validation ( 17056 ) ñ Predicting Manufacturing Aptitude using Augmented Reality Work Instructions ( 17224 ) education and Learning Differently : Personalized E-Books for Learning ( PEBL ) ( 17272 ) Using virtual Reality for Training Maintenance Procedures ( 17108 ) real-time Coverage Area and Danger Zones Estimation ( 17185 ) ñ Adapting Online Courseware to Decrease Time, Engage and Improve Performance ( 17284 ) Rapid Prototyping Innovative Virtual Worlds that Include the WOW Factor ( 17123 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320B S11 Test and Analysis Jan Drabczuk Discrete Event Logistics System Model : Calculating Simulator Remaining Useful Life ( 17154 ) Using Business Technologies to Cut Simulation Support Costs ( 17031 ) LVC Environment to Support System-of-System Cyber Testing ( 17094 ) Ï PAPERS S320C S320D S320E EC8 Virtually Forging Foreign Ties Luis Velazquez ED7 Virtualizing the Schoolhouse Around the Globe Jim Threlfall T6 VR the World ! John Aughey Modeling and Simulation as a Service from End User Perspective ( 17209 ) ñ U.S. Navy Virtual World Schoolhouse Case Study ( 17118 ) Collaborative Helmet and Weapon Tracking for Augmented Reality based Training ( 17163 ) Communications, Networking and Cyber Modelling and Simulation Support Defence ( 17120 ) ñ Using Virtual Simulation for Training the brazilian Armored Tactics, Techniques and Procedures ( 17143 ) ñ Development and Analysis of Virtual Reality Technician-Training Platform and Methods ( 17211 ) Web-Based GUI System for Controlling Entities in constructive Simulations ( 17043 ) ñ virtual Learning Spaces at the Royal Danish Defence College : emerge Practices ( 17172 ) ñ Developing an Immersive Virtual Reality Aircrew Training Capability ( 17319 ) ROOM SESSION/CHAIR S320A H5 Team Up and Decide Robert Wallace Training and Performance of Multi-team Systems in Naval Warfare Environments ( 17234 ) Cockpit Team Coordination Skills : The Role of Monitoring and Backup ( 17012 ) Assessing military perceptual expertness with Drift Diffusion Modeling ( 17202 ) S320B S12 Standards and Networks Brian Stensrud Quality of Service for Distributed Simulation Environments ( 17278 ) Compressed DIS ( 17074 ) Establishing a HLA Certification Process in NATO ( 17058 ) ñ S320C EC9 Waiting to Exhale with My Imaginary Friends Richard Copeland Increased System Fidelity for Navy Aviation Hypoxia Training ( 17225 ) Crew Role-players Enabled by Automated Technology Enhancements ( 17219 ) Expanding the Use of Simulators in Robotic Surgery Training ( 17060 ) S320D ED8 Targeting Learning : Developing Behaviors Klainie Nedoroscick Improving Assessment with Text Mining ( 17191 ) Adaptive Facilitation Skills for Army Instructors ( 17125 ) S320E T7 Team Readiness Michael Truelove Enhancing Strategic Thinking in Army Leaders through Skillbuilding Exercises ( 17167 ) Military Team Training Utilizing GIFT ( 17286 ) distributor point of Injury Training with Two and Three Dimensional Wounds ( 17270 ) h THURSDAY EVENING Reception & Awards b a nitrogen q uranium einsteinium triiodothyronine HYATT REGENCY GRAND BALLROOM RECEPTION at 1800 DINNER at 1900 We will not provide shuttle service to/from the Closing Banquet. 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Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 57 66 PAPERS Best Papers BP1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Session Chair : Karen Williams, U.S. Army PEO STRI Session Deputy : Robert Wallace, USAF 29th Training Systems Squadron ECIT Creating Effective LVC Training with Augmented Reality ( 17119 ) Nathan Jones, Koren Odermann, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS ; Peter Squire, ONR ; Adrienne Read, Natalie Steinhauser, NAWCTSD Training Perceptual-cognitive & Physiological Assessment of Training Effectiveness ( 17013 ) henry ñ Jaclyn Hoke, Ph.D., Rockwell Collins, Inc. ; Christopher Reuter, Maxime Mantariol, Thomas Schnell, Ph.D., University of Iowa Operator Performance Lab ; Thomas Romeas Ph.D., École de Technologie Supérieure ; Jocelyn Faubert, Ph.D., University of Montreal School of Optometry Education Human Systems and Instructional System Design for a Simulator of a Robotic Surgical System ( 17213 ) heat content Danielle Julian, Roger Smith, Ph.D., Alyssa D.S. Tanaka, Ph.D., Ariel Dubin, M.D., Florida Hospital Nicholson Center BP2 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Session Chair : Robert Wallace, USAF 29th Training Systems Squadron Session Deputy : Karen Williams, U.S. Army PEO STRI HPAE Assessing Submariners Intuitive Decision-making Skills using Neurocognitive Methods ( 17090 ) Lisa C. Lucia, Ph.D., Jeffrey M. Beaubien, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc. ; Natalie Steinhauser, NAWCTSD ; Ronald Steed, UpScope Consulting Group LLC Simulation Dynamic Occlusion using Fixed Infrastructure for Augmented Reality ( 17054 ) Scott Johnson, John Baker, Jaime Cisneros, Juan Castillo, Chosen Realities LLC ; Pat Garrity, ARL STTC PSMA At the Tipping decimal point : Learning Science and Technology as Key Strategic Enablers for the Future of Defense and Security ( 17109 ) Elaine M. Raybourn, Ph.D., Sae Schatz, Ph.D., Jennifer Vogel- Walcutt, Ph.D., ADL Initiative ; Kendy Vierling, Ph.D., USMC TECOM Education ED2 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D Obstacles and Surprises : Overcoming Session Chair : Rhianon Dolletski-Lazar, ECS Federal Session Deputy : Wendy Johnson, Ed.D., AETC Overcoming Educational Obstacles to the Achievement of the Future Special Operator Concept ( 17063 ) Debra K. Abbott, Ph.D., Homer Harkins, Ed.D., Joint Special Operations University Black Swans : disruption of Power ( 17174 ) julian Stodd, Sea Salt Learning ; Emilie A. Reitz, Leidos Leading Learning in the workplace : Who s in Charge ? ( 17011 ) ñ Daisy Mundy, Edif ERA ED3 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D Fostering Workplace Competencies Session Chair : Robert Sottilare, Ph.D., ARL STTC Session Deputy : Randy Jensen, Stottler Henke Validating Competencies Using a quantitative experimental Approach ( 17105 ) Joseph M. Thompson, Gayatri Pandit Ph.D., Laurie Buchanan, Sarah Scholl, Booz Allen Hamilton A Dynamic Learning Approach to Training Digital Acquisition Professionals ( 17264 ) Faith Powers, Lauren Tindall, ICF A Mobile Strategy for Self-directed Learning in the Workplace ( 17265 ) Michael Freed, Louise Yarnall, Ph.D., Aaron Spaulding, Melinda Gervasio, SRI International ED4 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D STEM Innovated Tools Session Chair : Ed Degnan, Ph.D., Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation Session Deputy : Christina Welch, NAWCTSD Enhanced STEM Subject Outcomes from the Use of Intelligent Tutors ( 17236 ) Edward Harvey, Advanced Training & Learning Technology LLC ; Emilie A. Reitz, Leidos Implementing innovative constructivism : An Architected Approach to Enhancing STEM Education ( 17017 ) Erik C. Elstad, Bellflower ( CA ) USD ; Dan M. Davis, USC Information Sciences Institute Mathematical Simulations Students no Longer Lost in Twodimensional Space ( 17127 ) Stephen Chapman, Matthew Mason ; Lindsey Spalding, Paul J. Hagerty High School, Oviedo FL ED5 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D Future Leaders Session Chair : Claudia Clark, Ed.D., U.S. Surface Warfare Officer School Session Deputy : Kelly Hale, Ph.D., Design Interactive, Inc. Students from around the country present papers on the projects demonstrated in the future Leaders Pavilion ( FLP ). Visit them in Booth # 2681 and stand by to be overwhelmed by the astuteness of their research papers during this school term. LEGEND ( one or more of the watch may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking phone number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 67 ED6 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D Courseware Creativity : Delivering a Better experience Session Chair : Chuck Breed, Zenetex Session Deputy : Jan Bierfalk, Quantum 3D, Inc. How Video Lectures Can Free Up Time for other Learning Activities ( 17201 ) ñ Commander Geir Isaksen, norwegian Defense University College, ADL Teaching and Learning Differently : Personalized E-Books for Learning ( PEBL ) ( 17272 ) Elliot Robson, Peter Berking, Eduworks Corporation Adapting Online Courseware to Decrease Time, Engage and Improve Performance ( 17284 ) Julia Campbell, Ryan McAlinden, David Cobbins, Raymond New, Anthony DeCapite University of Southern California ; Catherine Neubauer ; Stephen L. Goldberg, ARL STTC ; Chad Cardwell, Jeramy Cook, Army Management Staff College ED7 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D Virtualizing the Schoolhouse Around the Globe Session Chair : Jim Threlfall, C2 Technologies, Inc. Session deputy : Anastacia MacAllister, Iowa State University U.S. Navy Virtual World Schoolhouse Case Study ( 17118 ) Leslie A. L. Mazzone, Ph.D., Submarine Learning Center ; Steven Aguiar, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Using Virtual Simulation for Training the brazilian Armored Tactics, Techniques and Procedures ( 17143 ) ñ Andrei Piccinini Legg, Ph.D., Osmar Marchi do Santos, Ph.D., Federal University of Santa Maria ; Pedro Procopio de Castro, Victor Emanuel Neves, Cristiano de Souza Dorneles, Rodrigo Dias Neto, brazilian Army Virtual Learning Spaces at the Royal Danish Defence College : emerging Practices ( 17172 ) ñ Gro Frolund, Ph.D., Royal Danish Defence College ED8 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320D Targeting Learning : Developing Behaviors Session Chair : Klainie Nedoroscick, American Systems Session Deputy : Martin Bink, ARL STTC Improving Assessment with Text Mining ( 17191 ) Hillary Fleenor, Rania Hodhod Ph.D., Columbus State Unversity ; Randy Brou Ph.D., Army Research Institute Adaptive Facilitation Skills for Army Instructors ( 17125 ) Tatiana H. Toumbeva Ph.D., Krista L. Ratwani, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc. ; Frederick J. Diedrich Ph.D., Scott M. Flanagan, Sophia Speira ; Jennifer Murphy, Ph.D., Quantum Improvements Consulting ; Louis C. Miller, Ph.D., Army Research Institute Emerging Concepts & Innovative Technologies EC1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320C Trouble with Data Session Chair : Harry Sotomayor, U.S. Army PEO STRI Session Deputy : Michael Finnern, Engility GeoPackage : Unifying Modeling and Simulation with Mission Command Geospatial Data ( 17065 ) Kevin Bentley, Cognitics, Inc. ; Michala Hill, Ronald Moore, Leidos ; Mark Johnson, ECS Federal 3D Scanning and Navy Ships : An Immediate and Outward Look at Utilization ( 17052 ) Larry Clay Greunke, Mark Bilinski, Ph.D., Jessica Fuller, SPAWAR Marine Forensics : The Art and Science of Simulating Ships in Storms ( 17086 ) Sean Kery, CSRA Conceptual Design Group EC2 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320C Discovering Transformative Architectures Session Chair : Richard Blum, Saab Defense and Security USA Session deputy : Paul Watson, U.S. Army PEO STRI IDE-Forward : A dogged Force-On-Force Training Field Test Environment ( 17184 ) W. Cory Bogler, U.S. Army RDECOM ARDEC ; Jose Rodriguez, Graham Fleener, U.S. Army PEO STRI ; Gary Hall, General Dynamics Mission Systems Emerging Network and Architecture Technology Enhancements to Support Future Training Environments ( 17033 ) Bruce Caulkins, Ph.D., Brian Goldiez, Ph.D., Paul Wiegand, Ph.D., Glenn Martin, Ph.D., University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation & Training ; Paul Dumanior, Tom Torres, U.S. Army PEO STRI Innovation through Discovery Experimentation ( 17317 ) S. K. Numrich, Ph.D., Kevin Woods, Ph.D., Joel Resnick, Ph.D., Jack Jackson, Institute for Defense Analyses EC3 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320C Big Data : size Matters Session Chair : Diane Justice, USAF Training Program Office Session deputy : Tim Woodard, NVIDIA Deep Learning for Training with Noise in Expert Systems ( 17034 ) David A. Noever, J. Wesley Regian, PeopleTec Inc., Human Activity Synthetic Data Generation ( 17059 ) Zhiqing Cheng, Timothy MtCastle, Todd Huster, Max Grattan, Infoscitex Corporation ; John Camp, Huaining Cheng, Monique Brisson, AFRL A Genetic Model of the Development of Modeling and Simulation ( 17077 ) Morton Tavel, Ph.D., Devin Markovits, Innovation Business Partners PAPERS LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The issue in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 59 68 PAPERS EC4 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER C Realistic and effective action : How Do We Decide ? Session Chair : Lisa Jean Bair, SAIC Session Deputy : Keith Biggers, Texas A & M University Modeling Environmental Impacts on Cognitive Performance for Artificially Intelligent Entities ( 17176 ) Capt Pierce C. Guthrie, USMC, LCDR Lee Sciarini, Ph.D., Michael Guerrero, Perry McDowell, Naval Postgraduate School MOVES Institute Optimizing Cooperative Games for Cognitive Communication UAVs with Q-Learning ( 17132 ) Mark Rahmes, Ph.D., David Chester, Ph.D., Richard Clouse, Jodie Hunt, Harris Corporation Controlling CGF-Generated Entities Using a Fuzzy Logic-based System ( 17040 ) Hung Tran, Kasey Kolyno, Orlando Laboy, CAE USA Inc. EC5 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER C Super Smarts : The Power of Processing Session Chair : Carla Cropper, Rockwell Collins Session Deputy : Denny Shockley, Motion Analysis Corporation Mind Flight : Brain-Computer Interface-Driven Design of Simulated Aircraft Control Frameworks ( 17150 ) Matthew Rich, Johnathan Pino, Zachary Koterba, David Handelman, Ph.D., Robert Ide, Matthew Fifer, Ph.D., Brendan John, Nathan Turner, Daniel Cybyk, Jonathan Ellsworth, Denise D Angelo, Brock Wester, Ph.D., Eric Pohlmeyer, Ph.D., James Beaty, Ph.D., Francesco Tenore, Ph.D., Michael McLoughlin, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Operational Learning : Leveraging Mission Data to Optimize Skill Development ( 17226 ) Kent C. Halverson, Alan Carlin, Ph.D., Andonis Mitidis, Ph.D., Kristy Reynolds, David Perlaza, Evan Oster, Aptima, Inc. acceleration of Digital Radar Landmass Simulation on Multi-core CPU and GPGPU Computer ( 17235 ) ñ Taieb Lamine Ben Cheikh, Ph.D., École Polytechnique de Montréal ; Pascal Guillemette, CAE Inc. ; Gabriela Nicolescu, Ph.D., École Polytechnique de Montréal EC6 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER C Making Smart Decisions Session Chair : wisecrack Carter, Defense Language Institute Session Deputy : John Burwell, Bohemia Interactive Simulation Developing a Financial Readiness Mobile Personal Assistant for Learning ( 17252 ) Frank Hannigan, Jennifer Murphy, Ph.D., Tarah Daly, Quantum Improvements Consulting LLC ; Chad Udell, Dan Pfieffer, Float LLC ; Sae Schatz, Ph.D., Marcus Birtwhistle, ADL Initiative MentorPal : interactional Virtual Mentors Based on Real-life STEM Professionals ( 17263 ) Benjamin D. Nye, Ph.D., Nicholas J. Kaimakis, Madhusudhan Krishnamachari, William Swartout, Julia Campbell, Clinton Anderson, University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies Developing a naturalistic Categorization Task for Testing intuitive decision Making ( 17146 ) Max Kailler Smith, Ph.D., Ben Reuveni, Ph.D., Michael S. Cohen, Ph.D., Marcia Grabowecky, Ph.D., Paul J. Reber, Ph.D., Northwestern University EC7 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER C Audio, Aptitude and Areas Session Chair : Nick Giannias, CAE, Inc. Session deputy : forward pass Kreiner, Air Force Research Laboratory 3D Spatial Audio Extraction and Demonstration System for Augmented/Mixed Reality Simulations ( 17009 ) Jay Saffold, Tovar Shoaf, Research Network, Inc. ; Pat Garrity, ARL STTC Predicting Manufacturing Aptitude using Augmented Reality Work Instructions ( 17224 ) Anastacia MacAllister, Eliot Winer, Ph.D., Jack Miller, Iowa State University Real-time Coverage Area and Danger Zones Estimation ( 17185 ) ñ Yekta Kiliç, Gürkan Koldas, Ph.D., Turkish Naval Academy EC8 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320C Virtually Forging Foreign Ties Session Chair : Luis Velazquez, MARCORSYSCOM Session Deputy : Gabe Diaz, Booz Allen Hamilton Modeling and Simulation as a Service from End User Perspective ( 17209 ) ñ Lt. Col. Marco Biagini, Ph.D., Lt. Col. Jason Jones, Lt. Col. Michele La Grotta, Maj. Alfio Scaccianoce, Capt. Fabio Corona, NATO Modelling & Simulation Centre of Excellence ; Dr. Dalibor Prochazka, Czech Republic University of Defence ; Agatino Mursia, Marco Picollo, Christian Faillace, Leonardo Company Communications, Networking and Cyber Modelling and Simulation Support Defence ( 17120 ) ñ Lt. Sonia Forconi, Ph.D., Lt. Col. Marco Biagini, Ph.D., NATO Modelling & Simulation Centre of Excellence Web-Based GUI System for Controlling Entities in constructive Simulations ( 17043 ) ñ Per-Idar Evensen, Kristian Selvaag, Dan Helge Bentsen, Hvard Stein, norwegian Defence Research Establishment EC9 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320C Waiting to Exhale with My Imaginary Friends Session Chair : Richard Copeland, U.S. Army PEO STRI Session Deputy : Jay Truitt, NECC Increased System Fidelity for Navy Aviation Hypoxia Training ( 17225 ) Beth F. Wheeler Atkinson, NAWCTSD ; Janet K Marnane, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ; LCDR Daniel L. Immeker, CNATRA ; Jonathan Reeh, John Zbranek, Ashwin K. Balasubramanian, Lynntech Inc. ; LCDR David M. McEttrick, Aviation Survival Training Center ; CDR W. Tyler Scheeler, National Alliance on Mental Illness LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The act in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 69 Crew Role-players Enabled by Automated Technology Enhancements ( 17219 ) Beth F. Wheeler Atkinson, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division ; Brian Stensrud, Bob Marinier, Paul Schermerhorn, Chad Dettmering, Sohaib Saadat, Soar Technology, Inc. ; John P. Killilea, Stracon Services Group ; Emily C. Anania, Embry Riddle Aeronautical Unversity Expanding the Use of Simulators in Robotic Surgery Training ( 17060 ) Roger Smith Ph.D., Danielle Julian, Alyssa Tanaka, Ph.D., Ariel Dubin, Florida Hospital Nicholson Center HPAE H1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Hear, See and Sense No Evil Session Chair : J. Robert Bois, Ph.D., Lockheed Martin Corporation Session deputy : Scott Hooper, Kongsberg Geospatial Auditory Performance of Individuals with Reduced Hearing Capability in Virtual Reality Environment ( 17039 ) Hung Tran, CAE USA Inc. Eye Tracking Feedback to Enhance Visual Search Training ( 17275 ) Jesse D. Flint, Kelly S. Hale, Ph.D., Design Interactive, Inc. ; Darren P. Wilson, DHS Multimodal Assessment of Pilots Affective States using Psycho Physiological Sensor Signals and Facial Recognition Analysis ( 17008 ) ñ Agata Lawrynczyk, Maher Chaouachi, Ph.D., CAE ; Susanne P. Lajoie, McGill University H2 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Build, Test and Perform Session Chair : Adelle Lynch, Thales Cyber & Computing Session Deputy : Scott Johnston, Booz Allen Hamilton Comparing Visual Assembly Aids for Augmented Reality Work Instructions ( 17208 ) Anastacia MacAllister, Melynda Hoover, Stephen Gilbert, Ph.D., James Oliver, Ph.D., Rafael Radkowski, Ph.D., Timothy Garrett, Joseph Holub, Ph.D., Elliot Winer, Ph.D., Iowa State University ; Scott Terry, Paul Davies, The Boeing Company A Multi-method Approach to Evaluating Human-system Interactions during Operational Testing ( 17267 ) Heather Wojton, Ph.D., Chad Bieber, Ph.D., Jonathan Snavely, Institute for Defense Analyses Reprocessability and Engagement : Comparing Text to Human Forms for Information Conveyance ( 17187 ) Doug C. Derrick, Ph. D., Kerry W. Ward, Ph.D., Joseph A. Allen, Ph.D., University of Nebraska H3 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Is It Live or Is It Memorex ? Session Chair : Liz Gehr, Ph.D., The Boeing Company Session deputy : Colleen Matthews, U.S. Army PEO STRI Live-Virtual Laboratory Assessment of Behaviors in Occupational Roles ( LABOR ) ( 17006 ) Kevin F. Hulme, Ph.D., Gregory A. Fabiano, Ph.D., Sandro M. Sodano, Ph.D., Rachel Su Ann Lim, Liam Homeyer, Karen L. Hulme, Gina Stephan, Abigail Caserta, Rachel Reitano, Allan LaFlore, University at Buffalo Performance Measurement Considerations for Live, Virtual, and Constructive ( LVC ) Training ( 17091 ) Jeffrey M. Beaubien, Ph.D., Michael Knapp, Alexander Wade, Eric Watz, E. Webb Stacy, Ph.D., Sterling L. Wiggins, Aptima, Inc. Modeling Operator Performance through Task-oriented Machine Learning ( 17038 ) Bryan Vandrovec, RED-INC ; Robert Lutz, The John Hopkins University ; Timothy Bagnall, Alion Science and Technology ; Tracy Sanders, The MITRE Corporation H4 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Learning Operability : All together now Session Chair : W. Lewis Johnson, Ph.D., Alelo Session Deputy : Paula Durlach, Ph.D., ARL STTC Interoperable Assessments using HPML : A Novice Conning Skills Acquisition Use Case ( 17072 ) ñ Bruno Emond, Ph.D, National Research Council Canada Total Learning Architecture Development : A Design-based Research Approach ( 17117 ) P. Shane Gallagher, Ph.D, Avron Barr, Sarah Turkaly, Institute for Defense Analyses ; J.T. Folsom-Kovarik, Ph.D., Soar Technologies, Inc. ; Sae Schatz, Ph.D, ADL Initiative Using Competencies to Map Performance Across Multiple Activities ( 17139 ) Robby Robson, Ph.D., Eduworks Corporation ; Jonathan Poltrack, ADL Initiative H5 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320A Team Up and Decide Session Chair : Robert Wallace, USAF 29th Training Systems Squadron Session deputy : Alexander Steiner, Trideum Corporation Training and Performance of Multi-team Systems in Naval Warfare Environments ( 17234 ) Leah Ellison, Jessica Wildman, Ph.D, Patrick Converse, Ph.D, Erin Richard, Ph.D, Trevor Fry, Shelby-Jo Ponto, Florida Institute of Technology ; Jennifer Pagan, Alyssa Mercado, Melissa Walwanis, NAWCTSD ; Andrea Postlewate, StraCon Group Services LLC ; Amy Bolton, Ph.D, ONR Cockpit Team Coordination Skills : The Role of Monitoring and Backup ( 17012 ) Alan R. Martinez, Ph.D, Mary F. Hibberts, U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Training Center ; Dale L. Lunsford, Ph.D, The University of Southern Mississippi LEGEND ( one or more of the come may appear on this page ). The phone number in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter PAPERS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 61 70 PAPERS Assessing military perceptual expertness with Drift Diffusion Modeling ( 17202 ) Webb Stacy, Ph.D, Jeff Beaubien, Ph.D, Sterling Wiggins, Aptima, Inc. PSMA P1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320F Data and Delivery : Addressing the Challenges Session Chair : Emilie Reitz, Leidos Session Deputy : Michelle Wright, Huntington Ingalls Achieving actionable information in a Complex Operational Environment ( 17153 ) Tony Cerri, TRADOC G27 ; Cynthia Harrison, U.S. Army PEO STRI ; John Andrew Landmesser, PEO C3T ; Ralph O Connell, Joint Staff J6 ; Emilie Reitz, Leidos Considering Training as a Service within the Acquisition Strategy ( 17156 ) Joan H. Johnston, Ph.D, SGM Gino Fragomeni, USA ( Ret. ), Tamara Griffith, ARL STTC ; Jeremy Lanman, Ph.D, U.S. Army PEO STRI A Cloud Computing Business Case Analysis for Existing Training Systems ( 17053 ) Paul Dumanoir, U.S. Army PEO STRI ; Jeffery Bergenthal, Mark Hodgins, John Tamer, Rodney Yerger, JHU APL P2 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320F Standards and Policy : Setting the Bar Session Chair : John Dzenutis, The Boeing Company Session Deputy : Richard Grohs, USAF Air Combat Command Exploration of Next Generation Technology Application to Modeling and Simulation Study Group ( 17045 ) Chris McGroarty, Christopher J. Metevier, ARL STTC ; Joe McDonnell, Ph.D, Dynamic Animation Systems, Inc. ; Scott Gallant, Effective Applications Corporation ; Lana McGlynn, McGlynn Consulting Group Standardizing Human Performance Measurement for Ease of Data Analytics ( 17223 ) henry Beth F. Wheeler Atkinson, Mitchell J. Tindall Ph.D, NAWCTSD ; John Killilea, Stracon Services ; Michael Tolland, Courtney Dean, Aptima Measuring Display System Resolution Precisely ( 17016 ) Charles J. Lloyd, Visual Performance LLC P3 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320F Technology and Workforce : Tying it all Together Session Chair : Eric Weisel, Ph.D., ODU VMASC Session Deputy : Julie Kent, Raytheon Developing U.S. Service M & S Professionals : Inter-Service Differences in the Education, Training, and Management of Uniform and Government M & S Personnel ( 17178 ) COL Joseph M. Nolan, USA, AMSO ; Brett Telford, Marine Corps Modeling and Simulation Management Office ; Imre Balogh, Ph.D., Perry McDowell, MOVES Institute, Naval Postgraduate School ; Edward Degnan Ph.D., Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation ; Ivar Oswalt, Ph.D., Alion Science and Technology Corporation Patent Law and Defense Technology : master Intent and Current Practice ( 17035 ) Douglas W. Robinson, Lenovo Group Ltd ; Mark C. Davis, Ph.D. ; Nicholas J. Kaimakis, Dan M. Davis, University of South Carolina A National Approach to achieve International Distributed Simulation Interoperability Certification ( 17044 ) ñ Grant Bailey, UK Ministry of Defense ; Daran Crush, Ian Page, UK Defence Simulation Centre Simulation S1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Augmented Reality Session Chair : Alyssa Tanaka, Ph.D., Soar Technology, Inc. Session deputy : Luis Garcia, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Analyzing SLAM Algorithm Performance for Tracking in Augmented Reality Systems ( 17161 ) Joseph J. LaViola Jr., Ph.D., Brian M. Williamson, University of Central Florida ; Robert Sottilare, Ph.D., Pat Garrity, ARL STTC Most Effective Capabilities of Head Mounted Displays for Dismounted Soldier Training Using Augmented Reality ( 17055 ) John Baker, Scott Johnson, Jaime Cisneros, Juan Castillo, Chosen Realities LLC ; Pat Garrity, ARL STTC Expert-Assisted Field Maintenance using Augmented Reality ( 17262 ) Jonathan Schlueter, Eliot Winer, Ph.D., Iowa State University S2 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Radar Simulation Session Chair : Craig Siefert, USAF Simulators Program Office Session deputy : Lisa Tripp, Ph.D., Air Force Research Laboratory GPU Ray Tracing-based Method for Real-time ISAR pretense ( 17237 ) ñ Taieb Lamine Ben Cheikh, Ph.D., École Polytechnique de Montréal ; Pascal Guillemette, CAE Inc. Enhanced Aerial Radar Line of Sight Performance ( 17051 ) ñ Oren Koler, Tal Shintel, Israel Aerospace Industries S3 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Cyber Simulation and Training Session Chair : Paul Cummings, ICF International Session Deputy : Jimmy Moore, PeopleTec Cyber Effects within a kinetic Model ( 17181 ) Ï Christopher Daiello, Kyle Hancock, John Surdu, Ph.D., Daniel J. Lacks, Ph.D., Cole Engineering Services Inc. A Cyber Warfare Prototype for Live, Virtual, & Constructive Simulations ( 17015 ) Ï Henry Marshall, Nathan Vey, ARL STTC ; J. Allen Geddes, Lawrence Elliott, Dynamic Animation Systems The DARPA CODE White Force Network ( 17018 ) Ï David Scheidt, Weather Gage Technology LLC. ; Robert Lutz, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory ; Jean-Charles Ledé, DARPA ; James Sturim, CENTRA Technology, Inc. LEGEND ( one or more of the pursue may appear on this page ). The count in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 71 S4 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B 3D Modeling and Virtualization Session Chair : Paul Bogard, USAF Simulators Program Office Session Deputy : Thomas Kehr, U.S. Army PEO STRI Full 3D Visuals for Advanced Training in Single-seat Fighters ( 17050 ) C.E. Thomas, Ph.D., Steve L. Kelley, Paul G. Jones, Third Dimension Technologies ; Leonard Kearl, Benjamin Orsua, Rickard Consulting Group ; Greg Sidor, Air Force Research Laboratory ; David A. Miller, CymSTAR 3D Visualization for Point of Need and Cloud Based Training ( 17067 ) Greg Dukstein, Dignitas Technologies ; Keith Nielsen, Paul Dumanoir, U.S. Army PEO STRI Optimization of Computer Generated Three Dimensional Models for decrease Latency in Virtual Environments ( 17170 ) Varun Aggarwal, Denise Nicholson, Ph.D., Soar Technology S5 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320F Terrain Modeling Session Chair : Ron Moore, Leidos Session Deputy : Todd Glenn, FAAC Incorporated Large Area High Resolution Geotypical Terrain Decoration ( 17285 ) Paul L. Isaacson, David F. Ottley, Rockwell Collins Unearthing the Modeling and Simulation Underground with Voxels ( 17100 ) Freddie Santiago, John Moran, Jon Watkins, Dignitas Technologies ; Julio de la Cruz, ARL STTC Terrain Database Correlation Assessment Using an open beginning Tool ( 17004 ) ñ Captain Leonardo Seiji Oyama, brazilian Army ; Carlo Kleber district attorney silva Rodrigues, D.Sc., University Center of Brasília ; Sérgio Simas Lopes Perese, Prospectare Brasil ; Brian Goldiez, Ph.D., University of Central Florida S6 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Non-Traditional Aspects of military Simulation Session Chair : Eliot Winer, Ph.D., Iowa State University Session Deputy : Tony Krogh, The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc. Modeling Underwater Communications in Live, Virtual and Constructive Environments ( 17295 ) Terry Whelan, Wei Liu, Ph.D., Jeff Weaver, Ph.D., Rajive Bagrodia, Scalable Network Technologies ; Pedro A. Forero, Ph.D., Jose Chavez, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific A Study on the Effectiveness of Virtual and Constructive Interface Simulation ( 17114 ) ñ Captain Youn Choi Cho, Commander Jin Seok, Oh, Chan Ho, Jung, Korean Navy System Analysis Div A Large Scale Correlated Dynamic Weather Simulation Service ( 17308 ) ñ Craig Pepper, The Boeing Company S7 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320F LVC in a Distributed Environment Session Chair : James Dennis, General Dynamics Information Technology Session Deputy : LT Joe Mercado, USN, NAWCTSD Virtualization : Navy Continuous Training Environment Approach to Cloud Enabling Technologies ( 17289 ) Phillip N. Brazell, Kenneth Sahr, Michael A. White, Ph.D., Alion Science and Technology Performance Measurement in LVC Distributed Simulations : Lessons from OBW ( 17207 ) Jaclyn Hoke, Rockwell Collins ; Lisa Townsend, Sam Giambarberee, NAWCTSD ; Sae Schatz, Ph.D., ADL Initiative NATO Initiative in Multi-national Mission Training through Distributed Simulation ( 17200 ) ñ Arjan Lemmers, Netherlands Aerospace Centre ( NLR ) ; Dr. Jean-Pierre Faye, Thales Air Operations ; Ole Martin Mevassvik, FFI ( norwegian Defence Research Establishment ) ; Detlef Stueter, German Air Force Command Simulation ; M. Haluk Canberi, STM Savunma Teknolojileri Muhendislik ve Tic. ; Dafna Demspey, Royal Netherlands Air Force S8 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Threats and Scenarios Session Chair : LTC Brian Vogt, USA, U.S. Army TRADOC Session Deputy : Machelle Ferry, Veterans Health Administration Generative Representation of Synthetic Threat Actors for Simulation and Training ( 17140 ) J. Wesley Regian, Ph.D., David A. Noever, Ph.D., PeopleTec Simulation of Non-Combatant Population Movement in the Battlespace ( 17214 ) Tony Cerri, U.S. Army TRADOC ; Neil F. Sleevi, Nicole Laster, Ph.D., CGI Federal ; Andrew Johnson, Capstone Corporation ; Alejandro Hernandez, Ph.D., Steven B. Hall, Ph.D., Naval Postgraduate School Testing and Training Convergence Common Scenario Generation Requirements and Solutions ( 17129 ) Roy Scrudder, Kevin Gupton, Applied Research Laboratories, The University of Texas at Austin ; John Diem, U.S. Army Operational Test Command S9 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320F Applying Simulation for Readiness Session Chair : Teresita Sotomayor, Ph.D., ARL STTC Session Deputy : Angela M. Alban, SIMETRI Inc. High-fidelity Surgical Fasciotomy Simulator for Training Special Operations Medics ( 17087 ) hydrogen Jordan Coulter, Angela M. Alban, SIMETRI Inc. ; William Y. Pike, Jack Norfleet, ARL STTC ; Richard Kelly, Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center Modeling Combat Aircraft Training and Readiness ( 17149 ) Justin Carlson, The Boeing Company PAPERS LEGEND ( one or more of the watch may appear on this page ). The count in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 63 72 PAPERS Leverage the Training Effect in Staff Training by Automated Reporting ( 17133 ) ñ Peter Hammer, Ph.D., Sinna Lindquist, Ph.D., Swedish Defense Research Agency ; CPT Peter J. Lindskog, Swedish Armed Forces S10 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Information and Data Management Session Chair : Mike Flanagan, LMI Session Deputy : Christina Bouwens, Ph.D., Cornerstone Software Solutions Army Training Data Management Using a Product Line Approach ( 17093 ) Roy Scrudder, Kevin Gupton, Applied Research Laboratories, The University of Texas at Austin ; Rob Cox, Ph.D., Paul Dumanoir, U.S. Army PEO STRI Information Management : A Core Enabler of the MSaaS Ecosystem ( 17061 ) ñ L. Stewart, Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd ; B. Mason, Envitia Ltd Operational Data to Stimulate Simulation Systems and Enhance Training ( 17107 ) ñ MSG Jesper Noe Borg, Danish Army Simulation Center ; Emilie A. Reitz, Leidos S11 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Test and Analysis Session Chair : Jan Drabczuk, Eagle Systems Session Deputy : Sherry Steward, NAWCTSD Discrete Event Logistics System Model : Calculating Simulator Remaining Useful Life ( 17154 ) Corey T. Hendricks, Marilyn Zett, Raytheon Using Business Technologies to Cut Simulation Support Costs ( 17031 ) Richard Crutchfield, Adam Heeren, The MITRE Corporation ; Paul Dumanoir, U.S. Army PEO STRI LVC Environment to Support System-of-System Cyber Testing ( 17094 ) Ï Michael J. O Connor, Trideum Corporation ; Kenneth G. LeSueur, Ph.D., U.S. Army Redstone Test Center ; Justin R. Novak, Space and Missile Defense Command ; Carl N. Blair, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. S12 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320B Standards and Networks Session Chair : Brian Stensrud, Soar Technology Session Deputy : LT Joe Geeseman, USN, CNATRA Quality of Service for Distributed Simulation Environments ( 17278 ) Eberhard K. Kieslich, Diana Pineda, Trideum Corporation Compressed DIS ( 17074 ) lancet Call, Scott Swigert, Mitchell Zamba, L3 Technologies ; David Noah, Air Force Research Laboratory Establishing a HLA Certification Process in NATO ( 17058 ) ñ Horst Behner, Bundeswehr Joint Material Office ; Björn Löfstrand, Pitch Technologies Training T1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320E Optimizing Team Performance Session Chair : Thomas Yanoschik, SAIC Session Deputy : Jeff Frost, GaN Corporation Increasing Cognitive Readiness in Joint Command Battle Staffs ( 17048 ) Jacob D. Biever, Joint Staff, J7 CTR Support ; Emilie A. Reitz, Leidos Assessment Instruments in Support of Marine Instructor Development ( 17180 ) Jennifer K. Phillips, Karol G. Ross Ph.D., Cognitive Performance Group ; Patrick J. Rosopa Ph.D., Clemson University Systematic Team Assessment Readiness prepare : Live, Virtual, Constructive Distributed Missions ( 17229 ) Robb Dunne, Ph.D., Zenetex LLC ; Lt Col. Scott Harris, USMC ( Ret. ) UCF IST ; Alexander Arrieta, TECOM ; Scott Tanner, NAWCTSD ; Jonathan Lalor, Shawn Muir, Brett Vonsik, Lockheed Martin T2 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320E Training Optimization Session Chair : Gary Bauleke, Defense Language and National Security Education Office Session deputy : Aaron Judy, NAWCTSD Holistic Environment Generation and Multi-domain C2 Training ( 17165 ) Lt Col Aaron Hatch, USAF, Maj Chris Bulla, USAF, Combined Air Operations Center Optimized Pilot Training for Combat Aircraft ( 17199 ) ñ Guro K. Svendsen, Ph.D., Idar Ulvestad Haugstuen, Ole Martin Mevassvik, Major Henning Rorvik norwegian Defence Research Establishment, norwegian Defence Materiel Agency Using Innovative Systems Thinking to Optimize Royal Navy Training ( 17084 ) ñ Lt Andrew Christie, Lt Cdr Rob Floyd, Commander Steve McLaughlin, Royal Navy T3 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S320E Measures Developed for Team Performance Session Chair : Kerri Chik, TiER 1 Performance Solutions Session deputy : Nathan Jones, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS JTAC/JFO Team Training Effectiveness in a Simulation-based Environment ( 17036 ) Chantale N Wilson, Lon Hopson, Air Force Research Laboratory ; Ashley N. Wade, Leidos, Caitlan Rizzardo, Ph.D., Aptima Using IoT Sensors to Enhance Simulation and Training in Multiteam Systems ( 17064 ) h Samantha Dubrow, Christian Dobbins, Brenda Bannan, Ph.D., Stephen Zaccaro, Ph.D., Nathalia Peixoto, Ph.D., Hemant Purohit Ph.D., Mohammad Rana, Michael Au, George Mason University ; Jeff Segall, InFlow Interactive LLC LEGEND ( one or more of the surveil may appear on this page ). The issue in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking number. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 73 Measuring Team Performance and Coordination in a mix Human- Synthetic Team Training Environment ( 17301 ) Robert K McCormack, Tara A. Brown, Kara L Orvis, Ph.D., Samantha Perry, Aptima Inc ; Christopher Myers, AFRL T4 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320E Life in the Big Sim Session Chair : Rob Lechner, The Boeing Company Session Deputy : Sam Fragapane, Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation Creating Data Driven Training Scenarios ( 17203 ) Webb Stacy, Ph.D., John Colonna-Romano, Georgiy Levchuk, Brent Fegley, Ph.D., J. T. Folsom-Kovarik, Ph.D., Charles Newton, Soar Tech, Inc. Advanced Readiness 2025 : Balanced Investments Across Live, Virtual and Constructive ( 17241 ) Lt Col Jacob Hammons, USAF, 29th Training Systems Squadron Toward Augmenting Army Aviation Collective Training with Gamebased Environments ( 17282 ) Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Ph.D., Martin S. Goodwin Ph.D., Andrew J. Wismer, Brian F. Goldiez Ph.D., University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation and Training ; Maj Robert A. Crapanzano, USA, Ph.D., U.S. Army PEO STRI T5 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320E What Works in VR ? Session Chair : Jeffery Beaubien, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc. Session deputy : Sowmya Ramachandran, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. Enhancing Maintenance Simulation Training Devices and Their application Through Verification and Validation ( 17056 ) ñ Manfred Roza, Ph.D, Anneke Nabben, Netherland Aerospace Centre ; Jeroen Voogd, Ph.D, TNO Defense, Safety and Security ; Lt. Cdr. Frank Müller Netherlands MoD, NH90 Project Office Using Virtual Reality for Training Maintenance Procedures ( 17108 ) Shannon K. T. Bailey, Cheryl I. Johnson, Ph.D., Matthew D. Marraffino, Ph.D., NAWCTSD ; Bradord L. Schroeder, 2StraCon Services Group LLC Rapid Prototyping Innovative Virtual Worlds that Include the WOW Factor ( 17123 ) Leslie A. L. Mazzone, Ed.D., Submarine Learning Center ; Steven Aguiar Naval Undersea Warfare Center T6 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320E VR the World ! Session Chair : John Aughey, The Boeing Company Session deputy : Jan Brown, CAE USA Collaborative Helmet and Weapon Tracking for Augmented Reality based Training ( 17163 ) Supun Samarasekera, Rakesh Kumar, Ph.D., Taragay Oskiper, Ph.D., Zhiwei Zhu, Ph.D., Glenn Murray, Kevin Kaighn, Nicholas Vitovitch, Andy Coppock, Aki Chaudhry, Ph.D., SRI International ; Frank Dean, Pat Garrity, ARL STTC Development and Analysis of Virtual Reality Technician-Training Platform and Methods ( 17211 ) Jeffery W. Smith, John L Salmon, Ph.D., Brigham Young University Developing an Immersive Virtual Reality Aircrew Training Capability ( 17319 ) Eric Sikorski, Ph.D., Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office ; Amanda Palla, Vertex Solutions ; Linda Brent, Ed.D., The ASTA Group LLC T7 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ROOM S320E Team Readiness Session Chair : Michael Truelove, Army Simulation Proponent and School Session Deputy : Mike Robbs, FLETC Enhancing Strategic Thinking in Army Leaders through Skill-building Exercises ( 17167 ) Anna Grome, TiER1 Performance Solutions ; Beth Crandall, Crandall Consulting ; James K. Greer, ALIS, Inc ; Angela Karrasch, Ph.D., U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences ; Anna Sackett, Ph.D., MDA Leadership Consulting ; Ellen Goldman, Ph.D., George Washington University Military Team Training Utilizing GIFT ( 17286 ) Desmond Bonner, Stephen Gilbert, Ph.D., Eliot Winer, Ph.D., Michael Dorneich, Ph.D., Anastacia MacAllister, Adam Kohl, Kaitlyn Ouverson, Anna Slavina, Iowa State University ; Anne M. Sinatra Ph.D., ARL STTC Point of Injury Training with Two and Three Dimensional Wounds ( 17270 ) h M. Beth H. Pettitt, ARL STTC PAPERS LEGEND ( one or more of the follow may appear on this page ). The number in parentheses following Paper Title is the ID tracking issue. Nominated for Best Paper Award Honorable Mention for Best Paper Award ñ International Author Live Virtual Constructive Black Swan Ï Cyber h Medical-related Subject Matter THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 65 74 Professional Development Workshops Location : Orange County Convention Center, South Concourse, Rooms 330 and 331 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS Date : Friday, 1 December Times : 0700 Breakfast and registration AM Sessions PM Sessions Who may attend ? Fees : CEU/CLP : registration : lunch : All registrants of I/ITSEC are welcome to attend. There is no tip to attend or audit the sessions. Paid I/ITSEC Conference registrants are eligible to receive CEU/CLP credits. If not a paid attendant, a $ 45 fee will be charged alone if you wish to receive the CEU credits. Preregister via cgi ? track=attendeegoverack=workshoponly Registrations besides accepted on-site during I/ITSEC registration hours. On own. Coordinated by University of Central Florida Division of Continuing Education. For extra information on these seminars including topical delineate and teacher bios, please attend : UCF Continuing Education POC Maria Cherjovsky, Assistant Director, Continuing Education & Regional Campuses Phone Number : ALL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CEU/CLP CREDITS ( SEE PAGE 39 ) PDW1 Room S330H Modeling & Simulation for Acquisition Presenter Marco Estrada, Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Product Manager, Huntington Ingalls Industries Modeling and Simulation ( M & S ) in Department of Defense ( DoD ) learning programs encompasses a wide kind of technologies, organizations, processes, and best practices. This workshop provides a virtual overview of M & S for learning, created by professionals experienced in the largest DoD learning programs. The workshop begins with a high-level presentation of organizing principles, and then transitions to specific, real-world examples. A guidebook and slides will be provided as handouts for this course. PDW2 Room S330G Live-Virtual-Constructive ( LVC ) Interoperability Techniques Presenters Ed Powell, Ph.D., Principal at Edward Powell Consulting ; Randy Saunders, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab This workshop will provide an overview of the systems engineer issues with regard to integrating disparate military simulations for analysis, trail, testing, and other purposes. We will discuss the three major interoperability techniques, the Distributed Interactive Simulation ( DIS ) standards, the High Level Architecture ( HLA ) for Modeling and Simulation, and the Test and Training Enabling Architecture ( TENA ), including descriptions of their architectures and some of their function cases. late and planned development of each computer architecture will be explained. A discussion of how these architectures are actually used in the real world and the process for integrating disparate systems in a multi-architecture environment will be discussed. The format of the workshop will be part lecture and share informal discussion/question answer. Participants are encouraged to raise specific topics any time during the workshop. PDW3 Room S331D Managing Innovations in Simulation : Incorporating Mobile, 3D, Gaming, Augmented Reality, AI and More Into Your Programs Presenters David Metcalf, Ph.D. Director, Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab, UCF Institute for Simulation and Training ; Vanessa Zabala, Partner Development Manager for GrowFL Participants will discuss how to promote eruditeness and performance within a mobile work force that is separated by prison term, space, and context. The workshop will demonstrate and elaborate on the affordances of mobile model for promoting seamless formal and cozy learn experiences and increasing homo performance. Focus will be on best practices for purpose, development, and scheme. In addition to omnipresent mobile content manner of speaking and appraisal channels (, voice, text messages, network, and mobile apps ), emerging technologies and capabilities such as context-awareness, mobile 3D, and augment world are expanding the likely applications of mobile simulation. Participants will 1 ) see current government and military examples, 2 ) explore key technological features and design characteristics singular to mobile, and 3 ) develop their own mobile scheme capable of bridging courtly and informal context. The workshop will cover information necessary to build and implement a cohesive invention and development scheme for seamless mobile training and simulation and will besides include a hands-on exercise. Participants will be exposed to invention management through principals of tilt startup methodology, besides used by the National Science Foundation s I-Corps. The workshop will INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 75 focus on understanding the criteria for a feasible new engineering in the market.to build and implement a cohesive design and development strategy for seamless mobile trail and pretense and will besides include a hands-on exercise. PDW4 Room S331C Certified Modeling & Simulation Professional ( CMSP ) Presenter Mikel Petty, Ph.D. This workshop will provide an overview of the Certified Modeling & Simulation Professional ( CMSP ) certification course of study, with a particular concentrate on preparing prospective applicants to take the CMSP examination. The workshop will cover the application and examination process ( education/ employment experience requirements, application fees, how the examination is administered, etc. ), in addition to an in-depth review of the new CMSP Exam Topic Outline. The CMSP examination has been completely revised and refined over the past two years, and newly applicants will nowadays have a choice of two tracks technical and User/Manager and will take an wholly modern examination. The workshop will be taught by charter/pioneer CMSPs who have been involved in oversight of the CMSP program and/or creation/revision of the CMSP examination. The workshop will not by itself train applicants to take the examination, but will provide a exhaustive overview of examination content and a blueprint for promote self-study. PDW5 Room S331B Big Data : Harnessing the Power of Data Analytics to Optimize Training Presenters Liz Gehr, Ph.D., Human Factors Psychologist, The Boeing Company ; Ranjan Paul, Ph.D., Statistician and Associate Technical Fellow, The Boeing Company The term boastful datum is used in a assortment of industries to refer to the huge amounts of data generated and available due to the prevalence of engineering. Data analytics offers a principled approach to managing this unwieldy data and making it a valuable resource for understanding building complex interactions and improving operations. With respect to the train community, engineering enables the collection of data from a kind of sources and deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as a number of aspects of train such as scholar records, training device functioning and handiness, scholar performance during discipline and scholar casual activities that are relevant to their current program of teaching. This workshop will provide an overview of Big Data and common and emerging data analytics methods. The workshop will besides include examples of how data analytic methods can be applied to improve the planning, management, execution, debrief and re-planning of discipline activities. One main focus will be the challenges associated with applying standard data analytics methods in a military educate environment. The format of the workshop will involve lecture, interactional interview and answer sessions for each topic addressed. Participants are encouraged to bring up extra topics or examples of bad data applications. PDW6 Room S330F Export Controls on the Technology and Software Transfers Presenter Ozkan Erdem, Ph.D., Vice Chair, National District Export Council, President, Intredex, Inc. This training covers the basics of Export Administration Regulations ( EAR ) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations ( ITAR ) applicable to Technology and Software. Focus will be on reasons for controls, sanctions, license and license exceptions for the dual-use and department of defense articles, parts and programs relate engineering. Topics will include the General Prohibitions, Embargoes and other Country Specific Controls, Technology Types, Publicly Available Technology and Fundamental Research, Hiring Foreign Persons ( Deemed Export ), Export classification for the Technology and Software, Export License Requirements, U.S. Munitions List, Registration Requirements for Defense Manufacturers and Exporters, Licensing under ITAR for Technology transfers, Agreement Types under ITAR, and DFARS Specific Requirements along with the Case Studies. PDW7A Room S331A PDW7B Room S331A Measuring the ROI of Training, Simulation, and Education Programs Presenter Timothy R. Brock, PhD, CPT, CRP, ID ( S & L+ ), Director of Consulting Services, ROI Institute. trail, Simulation, and Education programs offer significant value to improve military readiness and mission outcomes. however, it is now necessity to add bottom line and ROI fund justifications to support politics mandates for decreased costs, higher respect through improved efficiencies and outcomes, and expanded, sustainable capabilities to compensate for continuing fund decreases. This workshop introduces a ROI Methodology to show respect in terms that government, military, and corporate executives understand and desire to make initial and ongoing fund decisions. PDW8 Room S330E Serious Game Design Workshop Presenters Vance Souders, Producer, Janus Research Participants will be introduced to key concepts, steps and processes involved in designing a unplayful bet on for eruditeness. Through hands-on activities and working together in groups, participants will design a learn game. Participants will experience each phase of the design process, including identifying the train requirements and learning objectives, creating an effective report, determining instructional and gaming strategies, and designing cardinal game and instructional mechanics. Central to our set about will be ensuring that that any key design decisiveness addresses both bet on and instructional considerations. During the workshop, participants will be introduced to key methods to use and issues to consider when designing a learn game. Groups will partake their designs and discuss their decisions after each phase of design. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 67 76 NOTES INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY discipline, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 77 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics ( STEM ) Initiatives 78 STEM supports and promotes activities encouraging students interest and pursuit in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.I/ITSEC Post Graduate Scholarships (Masters and Doctorate) Serious Games Showcase & Challenge Workforce Initiative STEM WORKFORCE INITIATIVE I/ITSEC Professional Development 79 STEM supports and promotes activities encouraging students interest and pursuit in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM Today = Prepared Workforce for Tomorrow In support of STEM and Workforce Development, I/ITSEC sponsors the watch programs : future Leaders Pavilion Students at I/ITSEC Post Graduate Scholarships ( Masters and Doctorate ) Serious Games Showcase & Challenge Workforce Initiative STEM WORKFORCE INITIATIVE I/ITSEC Professional Development Workshops Central Florida Educators Workshop Continuing Education Units America s Teachers at I/ITSEC Golf and 5K Fundraiser Visit the STEM Pavilion at Booths THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 69 FUTURE LEADERS/STUDENTS STOP!1345 Booth 2389 Innovation Showcase Learning and Leadership are indispensable to each other. 80 future LEADERS/STUDENTS STOP ! SEE THE FUTURE Future Leaders Pavilion Booth 2681 Tuesday, 28 November Wednesday, 29 November PRESENTATION SESSION S320D Thursday, 30 November AWARDS CEREMONY 1345 Booth 2389 Innovation Showcase Learning and Leadership are essential to each other. The National Training and Simulation Association and the members of I/ITSEC take great joy in welcoming you to the Ninth Annual Future Leaders Pavilion and Special Session. We are delighted to host secondary students from such diverse areas as : albany, NY Hampton, VA Philadelphia, PA Dayton, OH Orlando, FL Sanford, FL The students who participate in the future Leaders Pavilion ( FLP ) are committed to excellence and are enrolled in engineer, calculator sciences, mathematics, or model and model tracks. Projects presented this year will continue the bequest of excellence built by former future Leaders. Please remember to stop by FLP, located in Booth 2681, during your visits to the expose shock. On Thursday at 1030, please lend support to our future Leaders as they present their projects during their especial Session The Future is immediately ! Join us again at 1345 at the Innovation Showcase, Booth 2389 for an award ceremony acknowledging the bring of our future Leaders. Students at I/ITSEC Thursday, 30 November Over the years, thousands of Central Florida high school students have participated in a unique determine experience by visiting the Exhibitors/Exhibits. The purpose of the I/ITSEC Student Tours is to allow students to experience first-hand, real-world Training, Simulation, and Education solutions that will help bridge the gap between classroom hypothesis and the applied consumption of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics ( STEM ) subjects. annually, over 600 students, along with 200 school chaperones and volunteer I/ITSEC penis escorts, are exposed to special demonstrations and static displays of the Simulation, Training, and Education Industry. Students are able to learn about the basic build blocks required to deliver senior high school fidelity model and simulation products across a broad stove of aim environments. Participating in the I/ITSEC Student Tours on Thursday, 30 November, 2017, will give students a accomplished agreement of how they can apply the STEM relate skills they learn in the classroom to highly successful careers in our diligence. For the first time in 2016, through a partnership of NTSA, the Florida High Tech Corridor Council and other STEM-U-Lators, we are making it potential to bring I/ITSEC to the classroom through the STEMConnect broadcast. To learn more about the I/ITSEC Conference and Student Tours, please reach Bill Roto Reuter, I/ITSEC Student Tours Coordinator at INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE America s Teachers @ I/ITSEC I/ITSEC has a long history of supporting the education of students and teachers through visits to the conference.and Virginia.conference. 81 America south I/ITSEC I/ITSEC has a long history of supporting the education of students and teachers through visits to the conference. Since the America second Teachers at I/ITSEC course of study began in 2008, we have hosted teachers from Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Montana, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. As partially of I/ITSEC mho efforts to far education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics ( STEM ), teachers and administrators from across the nation have been invited to attend the conference. The America s Teachers at I/ITSEC Program consists of an orientation session, attendance at the Modeling and Simulation techpath, guided tours of the Exhibit Hall, and attendance at tutorials, newspaper sessions, and particular events. The Teachers will be in sessions and visiting the Exhibit Floor on Monday through Wednesday. Please watch for their Red, White and Blue Ribbons and be cook to engage in conversations about STEM and Future Workforce initiatives. This program is supported by the National Training and Simulation Association and its industry members. EDUCATION Educators Workshop to Introduce Simulation into the Physics Classroom I/ITSEC 2017 The Florida High Tech Corridor ( The Corridor ) is proud to partner with I/ITSEC once again to highlight the 23-county Corridor region mho thriving Modeling, Simulation and Training ( MS & T ) sector. The evolution of technology has enabled Corridor programs to transform in ways impossible more than 20 years ago, specifically stemconnect. This program in truth does make the joining between academia and secret industry by bringing in concert students and teachers in classrooms with experts in science, engineering, engineer and mathematics ( STEM ) for engaging presentations through video recording conferencing tools. indeed, since the first virtual school term in 2013, stemconnect has already introduced senior high school technical school careers in MS & T and other sectors to closely 6,000 students and teachers. The Corridor second stemconnect team is excited to host two programs during I/ITSEC one for educators and one for students to showcase MS & T engineering and refer career opportunities. Educators will join stemconnect for guide tours of industry exhibits and presentations from wellknown experts in the airfield, including representatives from the Institute for Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida, the National Center for Simulation and the Florida Advanced Technological Education Center ( FLATE ) an enterprise of the University of South Florida, Hillsborough Community College and St. Petersburg College funded by the National Science Foundation. Students will learn about the function of robotics in MS & T by programming a LEGO automaton and interacting with an NAO automaton. stemconnect will besides guide students on a go of industry exhibits with robotics demonstrations. For those who can not attend, stemconnect will be live streaming a enlistment of the I/ITSEC convention floor. THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 71 SERIOUS GAMES Great excitement awaits you in Booth #2481 at the 12th annual Serious Games Showcase & Challenge (SGS&C)! 82 good GAMES Great agitation awaits you in Booth # 2481 at the 12th annual Serious Games Showcase & Challenge ( SGS & C ) ! The SGS & C provides a case of best-in-class learning games submitted by commercial enterprise, government and scholar developers, and awards noteworthy games to recognize their achievements. The true singularity of the SGS & C is that every I/ITSEC player has the opportunity to play the games, talk with the developers, and cast a vote for the covet SGS & C People second Choice Award. The SGS & C brings international award winning games to you through partnerships with the Simulation Australasia host of the Australasian Simulation Congress ( ASC ) SGS & C, and South America s brazilian Independent Games ( BIG ) Festival. These international winners mechanically earn spots as finalists in the SGS & C, are eligible for awards, and are featured at I/ITSEC on the show floor. Come see the diverse approaches taken by these international participants and meet their developers. This class will once again highlight games that employ characteristics or techniques that enhance the game in a new or different direction through the contest for the Innovation Award. The advanced proficiency can be hardware integration, instructional design, game design, content topic, or a combination thereof. spend by the booth to see these innovative technologies in legal action ! The seven categories of SGS & C winners are announced at the Awards Ceremony on Thursday, November 30 at 1300 in the Innovation Showcase, Booth 2389 : Best Business-Developed Serious Game ; Best Government- Developed Serious Game ; Best Student-Developed Serious Game ; Best Mobile Serious Game ; Innovation Award ; Students Choice Award ; and finally, what some might consider the most prestigious award, the People south Choice Award. And remember, the People second Choice Award is based on votes from you ! Your I/ITSEC badge includes a special SGS & C vote that allows you to help determine the winner. Be certain to vote before the deadline on Wednesday, November 29 ! Check out the serious Games Showcase & Challenge. Booth # INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE www.centrafloridastem.org Teacher Workshop STEM Pavilion Visit www.centralfloridastem.Each year the STEM Pavilion showcases organizations and programs that are successfully inspiring students and are preparing educators to teach and motivate them to pursue STEM degrees.leader. Learn about programs available for students and how you can en-gage, mentor and help prepare them for future careers. Engage with educators who want to learn from you about the MS&T industry.The annual I/ITSEC Teacher Workshop gives teachers a chance to be students and engages teachers in hands-on learning by letting them try new ideas for their classroom. 83 Teacher Workshop STEM Pavilion Visit for more parent resources Keeping the work force grapevine filled with students pursuing STEM degrees is vital to the MS & T industry. It takes all of us to accomplish that. Each year the STEM Pavilion showcases organizations and programs that are successfully inspire students and are preparing educators to teach and motivate them to pursue STEM degrees. We invite you to visit the pavilion to learn more about the organizations and agencies active in the local community and across the area that you can support as a business or parent or community drawing card. Learn about programs available for students and how you can en-gage, mentor and help prepare them for future careers. Engage with educators who want to learn from you about the MS & T diligence. Find ways to volunteer. Get imply ! Your experience is needed. The annual I/ITSEC Teacher Workshop gives teachers a opportunity to be students and engages teachers in hands-on eruditeness by letting them try newfangled ideas for their classroom. It facilitates dialogue between Project-Based Learning ( PBL ) and industry professionals, while providing a set of relevant and accessible resources for teachers to use throughout the year. Teachers representing counties throughout Florida enter. This year the educators will be on the expose floor with go guides visiting key local MS & T exhibitors to learn about the industry, STEM skills needed and career opportunities available. If you see one of our Teacher Tour groups on Wednesday, stop and introduce yourself ! STEM Tomorrow s Workforce, today ! STEM Pavilion : Near the Exhibit Hall Lunch Entrance Project Based Learning Exhibitors Visit for more student resources PROJECT BASED LEARNING Visit for more Educator resources The Central Florida STEM Education Council deputation is to collaboratively coordinate and plan STEM education efforts preparing and encouraging pre-college students to enter technical fields of study and to pursue employment in the Central Florida high-tech work force. Building a Brighter Future nowadays ! THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 73 I/ITSEC SCHOLARSHIPS RADM Fred Lewis, USN (Ret.Association (NTSA). IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2018 When to Apply Applications must be postmarked by 19 June 2018. (Don t Delay!) How to Apply See http://www.iitsec.27th Annual RADM Fred Lewis I/ITSEC Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients Lawrence Warren Masters Student, Computer Science and Applications, Virginia Tech Thomas Kehr Doctoral Candidate, Modeling &Community. Learn more about the I/ITSEC community at www.iitsec.org. Eligibility U.S. Citizens Full-time Masters or Doctoral students (complete undergraduate work by Spring 2018) See Study Disciplines at http://www.aspx Award Amounts $10,000 (Doctoral Candidates) $5,000 (Masters Candidates) Available for Fall 2017 Be our guest at I/ITSEC November 26 30, 2018 Salam Daher Doctoral Candidate, Modeling &Lewis-I/ITSEC Scholarship Program c/o The National Training and Simulation Association 2111 Wilson Boulevard Suite 400 Arlington, VA 22201-3061 (703) 247-2569 or mindovermetal.999@gmail.com 84 I/ITSEC SCHOLARSHIPS RADM Fred Lewis, USN ( Ret. ) President, NTSA These scholarships have been named the RADM Fred Lewis Postgraduate I/ITSEC Scholarship in honor of the former President of the National Training and Simulation Association ( NTSA ). IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2018 When to Apply Applications must be postmarked by 19 June ( Don t Delay ! ) How to Apply See Education/Pages/Scholarships.aspx for complete application details. 27th annual RADM Fred Lewis I/ITSEC Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients Lawrence Warren Masters Student, Computer Science and Applications, Virginia Tech Thomas Kehr Doctoral Candidate, Modeling & Simulation, University of Central Florida Over $ 400,000 in scholarship awards distributed to go steady Post Graduate Scholarships Looking for Future Leaders in the Simulation, Training and Education Community. Learn more about the I/ITSEC community at Eligibility U.S. Citizens full-time Masters or doctoral students ( accomplished undergraduate oeuvre by Spring 2018 ) See Study Disciplines at Award Amounts $ 10,000 ( Doctoral Candidates ) $ 5,000 ( Masters Candidates ) Available for Fall 2017 Be our guest at I/ITSEC November 26 30, 2018 Salam Daher Doctoral Candidate, Modeling & Simulation, University of Central Florida Jennifer McArdle Doctoral Candidate, War Studies, Kings College ( London ) Award Announcement 4 August 2018 Direct Further Inquiries and Provide Submissions Lewis-I/ITSEC Scholarship Program c/o The National Training and Simulation Association 2111 Wilson Boulevard Suite 400 Arlington, VA ( 703 ) or Bradford Schroeder Doctoral Candidate in Psychology, University of Central Florida NTSA is pleased to add the Leonard P. Gollobin Graduate Scholarship to the I/ITSEC solicitation of scholarships. This eruditeness program was liberally bequeathed by Mr. Gollobin to direct students developing their technical talents into the defense industry. Throughout his career, Mr. Gollobin led scientific initiatives that improved our department of defense systems and strategically shaped our military capabilities. NTSA administers this eruditeness with the purpose to provide fiscal support for those seeking advance degrees and a way to leverage their commitment to strengthen our state s security INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 85 Exhibit Hall 86 87 Attendee Luncheon Lunch will be served Tuesday Thursday at You must enter & die lunch through the Exhibit Hall. Full Conference registrants will receive lunch tickets with their registration materials. Exhibitors and Visitors may purchase a slate for $ 35.00 at the main Registration Station. lunch tickets are dated ; you must present the current day s lunch ticket for entrance. Connections Lounge & Grill Stop by and relax in the Connections Lounge & Grill for a pungency to eat or a novel drink and then connect to your or review the I/ITSEC program on-line to plan your following act at the conference. Connections Lounge & Grill will be located in Booth 100, South Exhibit Hall. Show Management Office Room S220A The Show Management Office will be staffed during show hours for all questions regarding booth quad, rules, regulations, exhibitor locators, security and late/early passes. Registration will not be made available at the Show Management Office. HALL HAPPENINGS National Training & Simulation Association ( NTSA ) Booth 2080 The National Training and Simulation Association ( NTSA ) is America randomness premier constitution representing the interests of the model and pretense community. As such, it serves as a ceaseless point of contact for politics, academia, industry, research organizations and the military to exchange information, parcel cognition, align business interests, and in general stimulate the growth and overall dynamism of the diligence. Service Booths PEO STRI 655/1539 PM TRASYS 1433 NAWCTSD 339/1439 USAF 349/1533 International Pavilions Canada 1081 european 2082 Healthcare Pavilion Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2172, 2372, 2374, 2375 Recognizing that pretense represents a paradigm shift in health care education, SSH promotes improvements in pretense engineering, educational methods, practitioner assessment, and patient safety that promote better patient concern and can improve patient result. other participants in the Healthcare Pavilion : Laerdal Medical, TraumaFX, Pocket Nurse. THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 75 88 HALL HAPPENINGS Innovation Showcase Exhibit Hall Booth 2389 Presentations within the Innovation Showcase are led by up-to-date exhibiting companies that are knowledgeable on the versatile subject matter within the M & S industry. Mark your calendar to stop by one of the 30-minute sessions to hear what is newly and arouse in M & S ! Be certain to check out the official I/ITSEC web site and onsite signage for update participants. Tuesday, 28 November Training Management System : The Missing Link BNH Expert Software Inc Virtual Reality Training : simulation Software for Healthcare Education Pocket Nurse ( As of 12 October 2017 ) 1615 Wednesday, 29 November 1000 Application Intelligence using Cisco AppDynamics to Gain bass Insight into IT Operations, End-user Experience and Mission Outcomes Cisco Systems 1045 Ballistic Missile Defense International Simulation ( BMD I-Sim ) Tool Suite Northrop Grumman 1130 Combining Procedural Terrain Techniques with Traditional Terrain Approaches to Meet Today s Multi-domain Visualization and Simulation Requirements VT MÄK Managing Audio, Streaming Media and Simulation for Enhanced Training and AAR Pitch Technologies 1430 DLP 8K Resolution with Pixel Shift Technology Digital Projection International INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 89 Exhibitor Networking Event Tuesday, 28 November Exhibit Hall Be sure to kick off I/ITSEC 2017 with a check by one of the participating booths at the I/ITSEC Exhibitor Networking Event. What a great way to view the latest engineering while networking with exhibitors and your colleague attendees. Be sure to check out the official I/ITSEC web site and onsite signage for update participants. ( As of 12 October 2017 ) Booth # Company 329 Soar Technology 835 Alion Science and Technology 1712 JVC Visual Systems 2038 Engineering Support Personnel, Inc, ( ESP ) 2080 NTSA 2200 Aptima, Inc. HALL HAPPENINGS 2401 Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH & Co. KG THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 77 90 Operation Blended Warrior HALL HAPPENINGS LEARN HOW AND WHY LVC TODAY IS NOT AS EASY AS PLUG AND PLAY MONDAY, 27 NOVEMBER Interoperability Data Management TUESDAY, 28 NOVEMBER Live Asset Integration Cyber WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER Coalition Support Multi-Level Security WEDNESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER Dense Urban Areas Performance Measurement THURSDAY, 30 NOVEMBER Gaming Solutions Interoperability BOOTH 449 AND OTHER FLOOR LOCATIONS SE2 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT, DENSE URBAN AREAS, CENTRALIZED DISTRIBUTION MULTI-LEVEL SECURITY, COMMERCIAL GAMING SOLUTIONS, LIVE ASSET INTEGRATION LVC IS VITAL TO MISSION SUCCESS ! 2017 marks the third class for the special Event, Operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ). This year, we will create a unique Live-Virtual-Constructive ( LVC ) environment in ordering to showcase issues, challenges and solutions associated with implementing LVC capabilities into our training systems. LVC is a critical prerequisite for our Warfighters to meet operational requirements. We have over 40 industry and government participants working together across a diverseness of functional mission sets in the watch domains : breeze, cyber, anchor, and nautical. The efforts from this year randomness event are critical to defining the standards and requirements for future development of LVC initiatives. During each OBW time time slot, you ll see industry showcase some of the latest LVC capabilities across a broad range of operational missions from Booth 449 ( a Command Center position ) or visit industry members in their booths to talk to them and see the capability from the hustler sulfur perspective. WHY OPERATION BLENDED WARRIOR ? Over the years there has been a batch of progress in the individual disciplines ( Live, Virtual Constructive ), but there hasn deoxythymidine monophosphate been a set of progress in the rapid integration of all three. operation Blended Warrior aims to address this through a four year special event, each year adding telescope and complexity while identifying big challenges and driving down planning time and costs. Check your meet Bags or stop by Booth 449 for a full listing of the participants and the programs to be demonstrated INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 91 ( As of 1 Octoberr 2017 ) NTSA Sustaining Member NTSA Regular Member NTSA Associate Member 3D Perception 1070 C2 Technologies, Inc C Strategies 1915 CAE thorium Command and Control Wing 529 Calytrix DT, Inc. 301 Canada 1081 A. Harold & Associates, LLC 1969 Canon USA, Inc AAFMAA Wealth Management and Trust 356 Cardionics 525 Acme Worldwide Enterprises, Inc Carl Zeiss Corporation 429 ACS Hydraulics, Inc CEVIANS LLC 1616 Adacel Systems, Inc Charles River Analytics 2068 Adder Technology 515 Chassis Plans, LLC 348 Adobe Systems, Inc. 401 Chelsio Communications, Inc Advanced Distributed Learning ( ADL ) Initiative 2161 Cisco Systems 533 Advanced IT Concepts, Inc. 864 Clear-Com LLC 624 Advanced Simulation Technology, iraqi national congress Close Air Solutions 1249 Aechelon Technology, Inc CM Labs Simulations 1620 AECOM 821 Computer Comforts 2712 AEgis Technologies 1901 Concord Aerospace 2728 Aero Simulation, Inc Concurrent 2221 Aerotronics 507 Control Products Corporation 2214 Aimereon, Inc. 248 Cornerstone Software Solutions, Inc Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation 349 Craig Technologies 1933 Air National Guard Trainer Development 1469 Cranfield Aerospace Ltd Alion Science and Technology 835 Cruden B.V. 313 Alpha Omega Change Engineering, Inc CSRA 727 Ameripack 982 Cubic Global Defense 1748 Aptima, Inc Cyber Security & Information Systems 1612 ARA Virtual Heroes Division 1207 Information Analysis Center ( CSIAC ) Army Modeling & Simulation Office 862 Cybernet Systems Corporation 1972 Army Research Laboratory 321 David Clark Company Incorporated 622 Astronics Test Systems, Inc. 771 D-BOX Technologies, Inc AT & T Global Public Sector 2619 Dedicated Computing 1729 Atlantic Laser Scanning Services, Inc. 350 Design Concepts 2220 Autocomp Management 403 Design Interactive, Inc Aviation Instrument Technologies Inc 2469 Diamond Visionics 1101 Bagira Systems Ltd DIGINEXT 1927 Barco 848 Digital project 1914 Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality ( BEMR ) 1086 Displays & Optical Technologies, Inc Lab SSC Pacific DiSTI Corporation 1281 Battlespace Simulations 1249 DMSCO 1980 B-Design3D 2222 domeprojection.com/project : syntropy 2765 Bihrle Applied Research, Inc Doron Precision Systems, Inc Blue Marble Geographics 2734 Draper, Inc BNH Expert Software Inc. 620 Driven Technologies, Inc Boeing Company 2083 DRS Technologies 801 Bohemia Interactive Simulations 2235 E2M Technologies B.V Brain Vision, LLC 409 ECA Group 2735 Bugeye Technologies 2471 EDM Ltd EXHIBITORS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 79 92 2017 EXHIBITORS NTSA Sustaining Member NTSA Regular Member NTSA Associate Member Eduworks Corporation 2465 EHS Technologies 2373 Elbit Systems, Ltd Electro-Optical Imaging, Inc. 509 Engility 1238 Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc Engineering & Manufacturing Services, Inc ( EMS ) 2659 ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH 1165 ESP, Inc ESRI 357 Esterline 827 ETC 1920 E-Tech Simulation 2757 ETSA 2082 EWA GSI 517 Explotrain LLC 770 Extron Electronics 1135 F2Si 673 FAAC, Inc Fain Models, Simulation Systems 2073 Fidelity Technologies 1937 FlightSafety International 1401 Frasca International, Inc. 621 Full Sail University 1788 Future Leaders Pavilion 2681 Gaumard Scientific 760 GBL Systems, Inc GBvi Ltd Gemstar Manufacturing 1187 General Dynamics 639 General Services Administration 251 George Mason University Serious Games Institute 2663 Georgia Tech Research Institute 1009 Geoweb3d 706 GlobalSim, Inc. 711 Hampden Engineering Corporation 616 Harris Corporation 2700 HP, Inc Huntington Ingalls Industries 1413 Hutchinson Stop-choc 2753 Immersive Display Solutions, Inc Industrial Smoke & Mirrors 2449 Inert Products LLC 772 Innovation Showcase 2389 innovative Technology Projects Ltd Inovex Simulation & Training 880 Institute of Marine Technology at Warner University 2665 Integration Innovation, Inc. 561 Inter-Coastal Electronics, Inc Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd ITEC 2726 J.F. Taylor, Inc JHT, Inc JIRACOR 2775 JRM Technologies 1113 JVC Professional Visual Systems 1712 Katmai 2069 KBRwyle 506 Kentucky Trailer Technologies 1581 KGS-TraumaFX 870, 2375 Knowledge Based Systems, Inc. 514 Kongsberg Digital Simulation Inc Kratos Training Solutions 1000 Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH & Co. KG 2401 L3 Technologies, Inc Laerdal Medical 2172 Laser Shot 2224 Leidos 1012 Lockheed Martin 2248 Look Solutions USA, Ltd. 415 LSI, Inc. 840 LuxCarta 2269 Marathon Targets 501 Marine Corps System Command ( PM TRASYS ) 1433 MASA Group 2227 Mass Virtual, Inc. 358 MBX Systems 1513 Medical-X 2170 Meggitt Training Systems 1223 Mercury Systems 774 MES Simulation & Training Corp. 970 MetaVR 1249 Metova Federal, LLC ( CyberCENTS ) 1963 Mittler Report 2668 Moog 1127 Monch Publishing Group 257 Motion Analysis Corporation 2718 Motion Workshop 355 MS & T Magazine – Halldale Media 2062 MT2 Firing Range Services 2661 National Center for Simulation 2461 National Defense Industrial Association INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 93 NTSA Sustaining Member NTSA Regular Member NTSA Associate Member National Guard Association of the United States 872 RGB Spectrum 2208 National Training & Simulation Association 2080 Rheinmetall Defence 2213 NATO 2161 Rockwell Collins 2201 Neugart USA Corporation 2704 RPA Electronic Solutions, Inc Northrop Grumman 1949 RSI Visual Systems 1908 NSC 2635 RUAG Defence 2411 Nusura 1158 Rustici Software LLC 413 Oakwood Controls 2653 SA Photonics 618 Old Dominion University Online 2764 Saab Defense and Security 2149 Operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) 449 Safety Training Systems, Inc. 964 OptiTrack 1026 SAIC 1780 Orange Technical College Launch Site 2261 SAVE Corporation 2749 Oshkosh Speciality Vehicles 2012 Scalable Display Technologies 1489 Panel Products, Inc SCALABLE Network Technologies 1109 Paramount Panels, Inc. 249 Sea Box, Inc. 980 Parsons 860 SecureStrux LLC 255 PatchPlus Consulting, Inc. 516 Senspex, Inc. 612 PATCO Electronics 2709 Serious Games Challenge 2481 Pathfinder Systems, Inc SGB Enterprises, Inc Patriot Products LLC 2649 Shepard Media 2117 PhaseSpace, Inc Shooting Range Industries LLC 675 Pinnacle Solutions, Inc SimBlocks LLC 454 Pitch Technologies 2026 SimCentric Technologies 2235 Planar, a Leyard Company 2759 SimiGon, Inc PLEXSYS Interface Products, Inc SIMmersion LLC 1132 PLW Modelworks 960 SimPhonics, Inc Pocket Nurse 2374 SimSTAFF Technical Services 1610 Polhemus 721 Simtek, Inc. 508 Power Innovations Int lambert, Inc. 153 Simthetiq 1917 Pragmatics, Inc. 627 Simulation and Control Technologies 1926 Pratt & Miller Engineering 1201 Simulator Solutions 2729 Pratt & Whitney Customer Training 735 SMART EYE AB 354 Presagis 1762 Soar Technology, Inc. 329 Pulau Corporation 601 Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2372 Q4 Services 2435 Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon 2009 Quadrant Simulation Systems, Inc Sonalysts 606 QuantaDyn Corporation 807 Sony Electronics, Inc Quantum 3D, Inc Splunk, Inc. 407 Questionmark 512 SR Research 986 Rapid Prototyping Services 2221 Starline 775 RAVE Computer 2101 Stirling Dynamics 1162 Ravenswood Solutions 1058 Strategic Systems, Inc. 307 RAYDON Corporation 1048 Symbolic Displays, Inc. 881 Raytheon 1036 Tactical Communications Group 352 Real-Time Innovations 781 Talon Simulations 2122 Red Lotus Technologies 773 TEC Simulation 149 REDCON Solutions Group 2771 Tech Wizards, Inc EXHIBITORS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 81 2017 EXHIBITORS NTSA Sustaining Member NTSA Regular Member NTSA Associate Member TerraSim Inc. 2235 Ternion Corporation 700 Thales 2427 Theissen Training Systems, Inc. 94 2017 EXHIBITORS NTSA Sustaining Member NTSA Regular Member NTSA Associate Member TerraSim Inc Ternion Corporation 700 Thales 2427 Theissen Training Systems, Inc Third Dimension Technologies 780 Tobii Pro 2760 Trailer Transit, Inc. 513 Transas Marine 1723 TrianGraphics 2008 Trideum Corporation 1032 TRU Simulation + Training 1700 UCF Foundation, Inc. 874 UFA, Inc Unigine Corp United Electronic Industries ( UEI ) 1932 University of Southern California s Institute 460 for creative Technologies ( USC ICT ) U.S. Army Night Vision and Electronic 717 Sensors Directorate U.S. Army PEO STRI 1539 U.S. Army RDECOM 321 U.S. JACLEAN, Inc. 521 U.S. Navy 339 U.S. Navy / NAWCTSD 1439 USAF Training Systems Product Group 1533 V-Armed Inc. 613 Vencore 1153 Veraxx Engineering Corporation 1139 Vertex Solutions Group 2235 VirTra 2439 Virtual Motion Labs 1252 VT MÄK 1213 Westar Display Technologies, Inc WILL Interactive 607 WITTENSTEIN Aerospace & Simulation 649 Yorktown Systems Group, Inc. 887 ZedaSoft, Inc INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 95 Committees 96 97 Conference Committee Service Executives OSD/Joint Executive Service Principals Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force OSD Principal Conference Chair Deputy Conference Chair Program Chair Deputy Program Chair Subcommittee Chairs Education Emerging Concepts and Innovative Technologies Human Performance, Analysis and Engineering Policy, Standards, Management and Acquisition Simulation Training Best Paper Committee Chair Tutorial Board Chair Best Tutorial Committee Chair Education and Training Advisor Scholarship Committee Chair Director for International Programs Strategic Planning and STEM Committee Chair Special Event Coordinator Website and Social Media Advisor Conference Sponsor President Coordinator Advisor Media Relations/Communications Operations Protocol Coordinator Historian Veterans Coordinator BG William Cole, USA, Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation CAPT Erik Etz, USN, Commanding Officer, NAWCTSD Col Walt Yates, USMC, Program Manager, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Col Philip E. Carpenter, USAF, Chief, Program Office, Air Force Materiel Command Gregory Knapp, Senior Systems Engineer & Program Manager/ Acting OSD Executive Traci Jones, U.S. Army PEO STRI Diana Teel, NAWCTSD Martin Bushika, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Tony DalSasso, Simulators Program Office, Air Force Materiel Command ( AFMC ) Shep Barge, Ph.D., OSD ( P & R ) / JAEC David Hutchings, Raydon Corporation Elizabeth Biddle, Ph.D., The Boeing Company Brian Holmes, Nova Technologies Robert Kleinhample, SAIC Nina Deibler, Serco, Inc. Jennifer Murphy, Ph.D., Quantum Improvements Consulting LLC John Schlott, L-3 Link Tara Kilcullen, Aptima, Inc. Roy Scrudder, The University of Texas at Austin Michael O Connor, Trideum Corporation Cynthia Harrison, U.S. Army PEO STRI David Milewski, Alpha Omega Change Engineering ( AOCE ), Inc. Lee Lacy, Ph.D., The DiSTI Corporation VADM Al Harms, USN ( Ret. ) Janet Spruill, Aptima, Inc. K. Denise Threlfall, Ph.D., Agehya Global Business Solutions, Inc. Linda Brent, Ed.D., The ASTA Group Matt Spruill, Trideum Corporation John Killilea, StraCom Services Group National Training and Simulation Association RADM James Robb, USN ( Ret. ) Debbie Langelier, CEM Barbara McDaniel John Williams Len Kravitz, LRK Associates, Inc. Steve Detro, Detro Consulting LLC Carol Denton DeLloyd Voorhees, General Dynamics Information Technology Council of Chairs The Council of Chairs is a limited advisory group to the NTSA Sponsor and to the I/ITSEC Committee arrangement. The exclusive membership comprises the previous I/ITSEC Conference chairs. Drawing on their accumulative experience, these leaders provide a alone position and advice for the ongoing mission of I/ITSEC A.W. Herzog ( Deceased ) and G.V. ( Vince ) Amico ( Deceased ) 1980 Robert W. Layne ( Deceased ) 1981 Kurt Merl 1982 James A. Gardner, Ph.D John Todd ( Deceased ) 1984 Ralph T. Davis ( Deceased ) 1985 John W. Hammond 1986 Rodney S. Rougelot 1987 David P. Crane ( Deceased ) 1988 Thomas E. Sitterley, Ph.D Arthur L. Banman 1990 Steve Selcho 1991 Donald M. Campbell 1992 Jerry Jerome 1993 J.D. ( Jack ) Drewett 1994 G.P. ( Pres ) McGee 1995 Judith Riess, Ph.D Ed Ward 1997 Dennis Shockley 1998 Jim Cooksey 1999 Stan Aronberg ( Deceased ) 2000 Ron Johnson ( Deceased ) 2001 Debbie L. Berry 2002 Paul Bernhardt 2003 Bill Walsh 2004 Buck Leahy 2005 Steve Swaine 2006 Steve Detro 2007 Amy Henninger, Ph.D Don Currie 2009 DeLloyd Voorhees, Jr Jim Wall, Ph.D Mike Genetti, Ph.D Amy Motko 2013 Cyndi Turner Krisan 2014 Ron Smits 2015 Brent Smith 2016 Janet Spruill CONFERENCE COMMITTEE COUNCIL OF CHAIRS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 83 98 COMMITTEES Education Chair : Nina Deibler Serco Inc. Deputy Chair : Lewis Harris Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. Thomas Archibald, Ph.D., Intelligent Decision Systems Inc. Ryan Bair, Marine Corps University Jan Biernfalk, Quantum3D Martin Bink, Ph.D., U.S. Army Research Insititute Ami Bolton, Ph.D., Office of Naval Research Charles Breed, Zenetex LLC Claudia Clark, Ed.D., U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Officers School Amanda Davies, Ph.D., Charles Stuart University Ed Degnan, Ph.D., Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation Rhiannon Dolletski-Lazar, ECS Federal David Fautua, Ph.D., Joint Staff J7 Jeremiah Folsom-Kovarik, Ph.D., Soar Technology Matthew Hackett, Ph.D., ARL STTC Kelly Hale, Ph.D., Design Interactive Inc. Toni Hawkins-Scribner, USAF Air University Randy Jensen, Stottler Henke Associates Inc. Wendy Johnson, Ed.D., USAF Air Education & Training Command Brent Kedzierski, Shell Oil Company Stacy MacAllister, Iowa State University James Murnan, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Klainie Nedoroscik, American Systems Kevin Oakes, Huntington Ingalls Judith Riess, Ph.D., Education and Training Solutions Oscar Solano, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Robert Sottilare, Ph.D., ARL-Orlando Jim Threlfall, C2 Technologies, Inc. Christian Welch, NAWCTSD Emerging Concepts & Innovative Technologies Chair : Jennifer Murphy, Ph.D. Quantum Improvements Consulting LLC Deputy Chair : Brian Overy Quantum3D Jennifer Arnold, Booz Allen Hamilton Maj. Jesse Attig, USMC, Battle Simulation Center, Twentynine Palms Lisa Jean Bair, SAIC Keith Biggers, Ph.D., Texas A & M Engineering Experiment Station Richard Blum, SAAB Defense and Security USA LLC John Burwell, Bohemia Interactive Simulations Sally Carter, USAF Air Education & Training Command Rick Copeland, U.S. Army PEO STRI Carla Cropper, Rockwell Collins Gabe Diaz, Problem Solutions Leslie Dubow, Veterans Health Administration SimLEARN Ba Duong, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Michael Finnern, Engility Corporation LCDR Chris Foster, NAVAIR 205 Nick Giannias, CAE Paul Hungler, Ph.D., canadian Defence Military Personnel Generation Diane Justice, USAF Training Aircraft Division Aerial Kreiner, Ph.D., Air Force Research Laboratory Jennifer McNamara, Breakaway Games Kara Orvis, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc. Scott Schutzmeister, Institute of Defense Analysis Dennis Shockley, Barco Harry Sotomayor, U.S. Army PEO STRI Jay Truitt, NETC Luis E. Velazquez, MARCORSYSCOM SIAT Paul Watson, U.S. Army PEO STRI Tim Woodard, NVIDIA Human Performance, Analysis and Engineering Chair : John Schlott L3 Link Deputy Chair : Robert Buddha Snyder, Whitney, Bradley and Brown, Inc. Meghan Berlingo, Ph.D., Air Force Research Laboratory J. Robert Bois, Ph.D., Lockheed Martin Bethany Brant, USAF Simulators Program Office Paula Durlach, Ph.D., ARL STTC Liz Gehr, Ph.D., The Boeing Company Daniel Immeker, CNATRA Lewis Johnson, Ph.D., Alelo Scott Johnston, Booz Allen Hamilton Mike Lokuta, CAE USA Adelle Lynch, Rockwell Collins UK Perry McDowell, MOVES Institute Ingrid Mellone, Huntington Ingalls Ellen Menaker, Ph.D., Intelligent Decision Systems Inc. Connie Perry, U.S. Army PEO STRI Jim Pharmer, Ph.D., NAWCTSD Matt Phillips, Ph.D., Hughes Research Laboratories Robby Robson, Ph.D., Eduworks Jerry Stahl, Cypress International Alexandra Steiner, Trideum Corporation Phillip Thomas, Special Warfare Education Group Kendy Vierling, Ph.D., USMC TECOM Robert Wallace, USAF Air Combat Command JoAnn Wesley, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 99 policy, Standards, Management, and Acquisition Chair : Tara Kilcullen Aptima, Inc. Deputy Chair : Jeffrey A. Raver, SAIC Peter Baverso, MARCORSYSCOM AC ALPS Charles Brink, USAF Simulators Program Office Phil Brown, D.M., NORAD-USNORTHCOM J7 LtCol Jesus Claudio, USMC, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Chris Davidson, CDSMA Gregory Dougherty, NAWCTSD John Dzenutis, The Boeing Company Mike Genetti, Ph.D., Rockwell Collins Steve Gordon, Ph.D., GTRI Richard Grohs, USAF Air Combat Command Susan Harkrider, Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate Cynthia Harrison, U.S. Army PEO STRI Julie Kent, Raytheon Craig Langhauser, Rockwell Collins Anne Little, SAIC Mike Merritt, NAWCTSD Steve Parrish, Laerdol Medical and Simulations Emilie Reitz, Leidos Larry Rieger Michael Sanders, Huntington Ingalls Tiffany Sanders, JHT Ramona Shires Brett Telford, USMC MCMSMO Hung Tran, CAE USA Eric Weisel, Ph.D., Old Dominion University Amanda Williams, USAF Simulators Division Karen Williams, U.S. Army PEO STRI Michelle Wright, Huntington Ingalls COMMITTEES Simulation Chair : Roy Scrudder, The University of Texas at Austin, Applied Research Laboratories Deputy Chair : Favio Lopez, Trideum Corporation Angela Alban, SIMETRI Inc. Randal Allen, Ph.D., Lone Star Paul Bogard, USAF Simulators Program Office Christina Bouwens, Ph.D., Cornerstone Software Solutions Paul Cummings, ICF International James Dennis, General Dynamics Information Technology Steve Detro, Detro Consulting, LLC Jan Drabczuk, Eagle Systems Machelle Ferry, Veterans Health Administration Mike Flanagan, LMI Luis Garcia, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS LT Joe Geeseman, USN, CNATRA Todd Glenn, FAAC Incorporated Daniel Immeker, CNATRA Eric Jarabak, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Thomas Kehr, U.S. Army PEO STRI Tony Krogh, The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc. LT Joseph Mercado, USN, NAWCTSD Jimmy Moore, PeopleTec Ronald Moore, Leidos Maj James Reynolds, USMC, PMA-201, Deputy PM Small Diameter Bomb II Sae Schatz, Ph.D., Advanced Distributed Learning ( ADL ) Initiative Craig Siefert, USAF Simulators Program Office Teresita Sotomayor, Ph.D., ARL STTC Brian Stensrud, Ph.D., Soar Technology Sherry Steward, Ph.D., NAWCTSD Alyssa Tanaka, Ph.D., Soar Technology Lisa Tripp, Ph.D., Air Force Research Laboratory LTC Brian Vogt, USA, U.S. Army TRADOC Eliot Winer, Ph.D., Iowa State University Training Chair : Michael O Connor Trideum Corporation Deputy Chair : Paul Lyon, Esterline Simulation Visual Systems John Aughey, The Boeing Company Gary Bauleke, Defense Language and National Security Education Office Jeffrey Beaubien, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc. Benjamin Bell, Ph.D., Eduworks Corporation Marcus Boyd, L3 Technologies Link Simulation & Training Jan Brown, CAE USA Sean Carey, USAF Air Mobility Command Maj Travis Carlson, USMC, Office of Naval Research, Code 30 Thomas Casey, USAF Simulators Division Kerri Chik, TiER 1 Performance Solutions Jennifer Fowlkes, Ph.D., NAWCTSD Sam Fragapane, Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation Jeff Frost, GaN Corporation Kevin Gupton, The University of Texas at Austin, Applied Research Laboratories Michele Harrison, NETC John Huddlestone, Coventry University Nathan Jones, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Aaron Judy, NAWCTSD Jeremy Lanman, Ph.D., U.S. Army PEO STRI Rob Lechner, The Boeing Company Koren Odermann, MARCORSYSCOM PM TRASYS Beth Pettitt, ARL STTC Sowmya Ramachandran, Ph.D., Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. Damon Regan, Ph.D. Mike Robbs, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Karol Ross, Ph.D., Cognitive Performance Group Ron Smits, Engility Michael Truelove, U.S. Army Modeling and Simulation Office Janet Weisenford, ICF Thomas Yanoschik, SAIC THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 85 100 SPECIAL TEAMS International Programs Director K. Denise Threlfall, Ph.D., Agehya Global Business Solutions, Inc. Deputy Coordinators Paul Thurkettle, NATO Allied Command Transformation Michael Weber, Arorae Corporation Member Thomas Archibald, Ph.D., Intelligent Decision Systems Inc. Benjamin Bell, Ph.D., Eduworks Corporation Jan Drabczuk, Eagle Systems Scott Hooper, Kongsberg Geospatial Craig Langhauser, Rockwell Collins Luis Velazquez, MARCORSYSCOM Operations/Protocol Chair Len Kravitz, LRK Associates, Inc. Deputy Chair Operations Bruce Schwanda, B.A.S. Associates, LLC Annie Patenaude, AMP Analytics Deputy Chair Protocol Steve Detro, Detro Consulting, LLC Members Mike Armstrong, Pulau Corporation Lee Barnes Richard Boyd, Metaversial Carol Denton Catherine Emerick, Raytheon Charlie Frye, Huntington Ingalls Jim Godwin, The Tolliver Group, Inc. Bill Hornsby, A. Harold & Associates, LLC Zach Johnson, Principled leadership Consultants Ed Kulakowski, OT Training Solutions, Inc. Pete Marion, TMST Consultants Mike Motko, Falcon Global Solutions Kristy Murray, Summit Strategic Consulting Mark Russell, Cole Engineering Mary Trier, Capital Communications & Consulting Sam Worrell Serious Games Showcase & Challenge IPT Chair Vance Souders, Plas.md Deputy Chair Michael Woodman, Ph.D., SAIC Government Chair Colleen Matthews, PCTE PD/LE at U.S. Army Director Jennifer McNamara, BreakAway Games Members Jennie Ablanedo, University of Central Florida Stu Armstrong, Cole Engineering Services, Inc. Michelle Brauer, AOCE, Inc. Michael Carney, Canon USA Gardner Congdon, SAIC Karen Cooper, Ph.D., NAWCAD Seth Crofton, Gaming Consultant Leslie Dubow, Veterans Health Administration SimLEARN Sidney Fooshee, Ph.D., Associate Director for Human Systems, at Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research & Engineering Mark Friedman, Vertex Solutions Group, Ltd. Dolly Rairigh Glass, Capital Communications & Consulting Alex Gilbert, Redqueen Gaming Kent Gritton, JTIEC/NAWCTSD Lisa Scott Holt, Ph.D., Intelligent Automation, Inc. Gregg Lagnese, Autodesk Adelle Lynch, Thales Cyber & Consulting Steve McCabe, USAF Simulators Division Perry McDowell, Naval Postgraduate School Jeff Mills Elaine Raybourn, Ph.D., Sandia National Laboratories/ADL Initiative Trey Reyher, Deloitte Consulting, LLC Erik Sand, Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy, UCF Kishan Shetty, Janus Research Scott Shiffert, Hewlett-Packard Steve Slosser, JTIEC/NAWCTSD Juliana Slye, Government Business Results, LLC Brent Smith Peter Smith, Ph.D., University of Central Florida Matt Spruill, Trideum Corporation Stephen Stewart, Evviva Games Shane Taber, Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc. K. Denise Threlfall, Ph.D., Agehya Global Business Solutions, Inc. Mary Trier, Capital Communications & Consulting Greg Trnka, Booz Allen Hamilton Robert Ward, U.S. Navy INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 101 special Events Committee Chair Matt Spruill, Trideum Corporation Deputy Chair Kara L. Orvis, Ph.D., Aptima, Inc. Members I/ITSEC Fellows Robert Lutz, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Robert Richbourg, Ph.D., Institute for Defense Analyses Margaret Loper, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute Michael Genetti, Ph.D., Rockwell Collins Simulations Training Solutions Black Swan Fred Fleury, ZedaSoft, Inc. Liz Gehr, Ph.D., The Boeing Company Operation Blended Warrior ( OBW ) Lead Coordinator Kent Gritton, JTIEC/NAWCTSD OBW Operational Committee Gary Fraas, Lead, M & S Strategic Partners, LLC Kent Gritton, Co-Deputy, NAWCTSD LtCol Robert Kammerzell, Co-Deputy, U.S. Army PEO STRI CDR Gilbert Gay, USN, Military Lead, NAWCTSD David Kotick, Sr. Technical Advisor, NAWCTSD Susan Sherman, Technical Lead, NAWCTSD Dr. James Frey, Scenario Lead, Aero Simulation, Inc. Larry Flint, Cyber Scenario Co-Lead, USPACOM/Ingenia Services, Inc. Ron Allen, Cyber Scenario Co-Lead, GDIT Brian Pages, Maritime Scenario Lead, CAE Chuck Peabody, Ground Scenario Co-Lead, Jacobs Technology, Inc. John Julian, Ground Scenario Co-Lead, Jacobs Technology, Inc. Dr. Angus McLean, International Lead, Rockwell Collins Cathy Matthews, International, Matthews Systems Engineering Inc. Ulf Jinnestrand, Viking Lead, 4C Strategies Dr. Michael Woodman, Terrain Database Lead, SAIC Justin Murgia, Air Scenario Lead, Rockwell Collins Farid Mamaghani, Advisor, Halcyon Operations Liaison Len Kravitz, LRK Associates, Inc. STEM Committee Chair Linda Brent, Ed.D., The ASTA Group, LLC ; NTSA, Strategic Planning Members Serious Games Jennifer McNamara, BreakAway Games Future Leaders Pavilion Ann Friel Students at I/ITSEC Bill Roto Reuter, R-Squared Solutions, LLC Scholarships Janet Spruill, Aptima, Inc. CEU/Professional Development Workshops Debbie L. Berry, Lockheed Martin Maria Cherjovksy, University of Central Florida Continuing Education America s Teachers at I/ITSEC Margaret Loper, Ph.D., Georgia Tech Research Institute STEM Pavilion Project Based Learning Exhibits Robert Seltzer, NAWCTSD Teacher Tours and Training Robert Seltzer, NAWCTSD stemconnect Jeff Bindell, Ph.D., University of Central Florida Vicki Morelli, Florida High Tech Corridor Council Carol Ann Dykes, STEM Education Council of Central Florida Eileen Smith, University of Central Florida Hank Okraski, National Center for Simulation Kristy Murray, Summit Strategic Consulting Tutorial Board Chair David Milewski, Alpha Omega Change Engineering ( AOCE ), Inc. Deputy Chair Lisa Scott Holt, Ph.D., Intelligent Automation, Inc. Members Charles Cohen, Ph.D., Cybernet Systems Corporation James Coolahan, Ph.D., Coolahan Associates, LLC Luis Miguel Encarnação, Ph.D., The QED Group Michael Freeman, Ed.D., ACLC, LLC Kevin Hulme, Ph.D., University of Buffalo, Motion Simulation Laboratory Lee Lacy, Ph.D., The DiSTI Corporation Robert Lutz, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Thomas Mastaglio, Ph.D., MYMIC LLC S.K. Numrich, Ph.D., CMSP, Institute for Defense Analyses Elaine Raybourn, Ph.D., Sandia National Laboratories/ADL Initiative Robert Richbourg, Ph.D., Institute for Defense Analyses Leah Rowe, Ph.D., Air Force Research Laboratory Don Sine, Ph.D., Dickieson Projects, Inc. Jim Wall, Ph.D., Texas A & M Engineering Experiment Station SPECIAL TEAMS THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 87 102 NOTES INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY train, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 103 conference information 104 105 About Registration WHAT DO THE REGISTRATION FEES COVER ? In summation to access to Tutorials, Papers, particular Events and Professional Development Workshops, registration fees cover Continuing Education Units ( CEUs ), Lunches ( T-W-Th ), Coffee Breaks ( T-W PM, W-Th AM ), continental Breakfasts ( W-Th ), and the Thursday Banquet. A touch bag with conference materials ( including an abstract bible and certificate of deposit ROM of the current papers ) is included. The fees besides cover administrative expenses incurred. I/ITSEC Registration Services for 2017 We strive to minimize the time spent in production line so you can move on to the conference events or the expose deck. Our goal is to make your I/ITSEC experience a pleasant one even before you enter the Orange County Convention Center ( OCCC ). Avoid that note and move on to what you came to I/ITSEC to do ! Traditional Registration Stations. Located in S220 of the South Concourse Registration area, traditional walk-up registration will be available for Full Service Registration, on-site payments, changes/edits to name badges, multiple badge pick-ups, or precisely because you prefer dealing one-to-one with a actual person. Alternate Registration Stations within the Orange County Convention Center. specify stations at the Main Registration Station will be open Friday and Saturday to handle early registration, particularly exhibitors. conference Attendees are encouraged to wait until Sunday afternoon or use the Self Badging/Self Registration kiosks. Self-badging print stations will be available for those who pre-registered and received a confirmation number. To complete your registration at this station, you must be paid in full with no outstanding balance or questions remaining about your registration. VIPs, Speakers ( including Paper Presenters ), Media, and International registrants will have special registration stations. More details will be provided to each group, but be sure and determine for signage pointing to these areas. Registration outside of the Orange County Convention Center. I/ITSEC Full Service Satellite Registrations will be located at the Hyatt Regency and Hilton from Sunday noon through Tuesday. These stations will be staffed to assist you whether you need to start your registration from incision or fair need to pick up your nametag. Hyatt Regency location : Convention Level, near the Grand Ballroom as you pass from the Hyatt to OCCC. Hilton localization : Lobby Level at the entrance of the skywalk leading from the hotel to the OCCC. Parking EXHIBITOR PARKING $ 15 per Day For regular vehicles with re-entry privileges each day. exhibitor must show badge and receipt for repeat entries. $ 25 per Day For outsize vehicles with re-entry privileges each day. exhibitor must show badge and reception for duplicate entries. ATTENDEE PARKING $ 15 per Day For regular vehicles per submission. $ 25 per Day For outsize vehicles per entrance. AFTER 5PM $ 10 per Day For regular vehicles. like stipulations as above. $ 15 per Day For outsize vehicles. like stipulations as above. ACCEPTED PAYMENT METHODS : Cash, Traveler sulfur Checks, American Express, MasterCard & Visa REGISTRATION INFORMATION Dress Code BRANCH CONFERENCE AND GENERAL SESSIONS BANQUET Army ACUs or Duty Uniform Army Blue ( Army Evening Mess optional ) Marine Corps Service C Evening Dress ( Dress Blue B or Service A optional ) Navy Service Khaki, Navy Service Uniform Dinner Dress White ( Service Dress White optional ) Air Force Short or Long Service Blues Service Dress Blue with tie and jacket ( Mess Dress optional ) Coast Guard Tropical Blue Long Dinner Dress White ( Service Dress White optional ) civilian Business overdress Black tie ( optional ) THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 89 LODGING The National Training and Simulation Association has blocked rooms with the Orlando hotels listed below. Make your lodging arrangements either on-line or by phone through onpeak, Inc. 106 LODGING The National Training and Simulation Association has blocked rooms with the Orlando hotels listed below. Make your lodging arrangements either on-line or by phone through onpeak, Inc., our official Housing Partner, through 24 November Hotel call numbers will be posted on the I/ITSEC world wide web at that time for your convenience in making last minute changes or arrangements. ( current room rates may apply after 25 November. ) onpeak, Inc. is our official house spouse and the lone caller authorized to represent I/ITSEC and NTSA. If you are contacted by early companies who present themselves as representing the Conference or Association, please report to on-line : Go to accommodations, blue-ribbon Lodging, select whether you are a corporate or government attendant and the program attached will lead you through the summons from location, to hotel choice, to special needs, to payment and confirmation. By earphone : If you prefer to book via telephone, friendly and knowledgeable agents are fix to take your calls Monday through Friday from 9:00AM 7:00PM ET at or More data about Lodging Arrangements : Some Room Rates are subject to change, based on the government per diem pace. Those listed with an * are the most likely to change. Government Rate Room Reservations : Rooms shown in the Gov thyroxine Rate column are to be assigned to those with appropriate ID, to be presented at the hotel desk upon check-in. Please do not reserve unless you are eligible to do sol. Be mindful that some hotels may charge an extra Resort Fee deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as applicable taxes. Additional hotels may be added at a late go steady. The individual hotels are not authorized to accept reservations directly for this league. You may state your hotel preference when making your reservations. Attendees must identify themselves as being with the I/ITSEC to receive the rates shown. The league is being held at the Orange County Convention Center, located between the Hyatt Regency and Hilton Hotels. The majority of the I/ITSEC 2017 activities will be held in the South Concourse. Shuttle buses/vans will be available throughout the conference. To help defray conference management costs, an appraisal is included in the room rates shown with these hotels. We encourage you to make your lodging arrangements within the destine housing box established. Hyatt Regency ( Conference Headquarters ) 9801 International Drive ( 407 ) diligence : $ 273 Government : $ 133* watt Doubletree by Hilton at Sea World International Drive ( 407 ) government : $ 133* vitamin e Extended Stay America Convention Center/I-Drive 8750 Universal Boulevard ( 407 ) One rate : $ 87 gas constant Hampton Inn Convention Center 8900 Universal Boulevard ( 407 ) One rate : $ 133* t Hilton Orlando 6001 Destination Parkway ( 407 ) industry : $ 237 Government : $ 133* y Homewood Suites 8745 International Drive ( 407 ) industry : $ 142 Government : $ 133* uranium Hyatt Place Convention Center 8471 International Drive ( 407 ) industry : $ 135 Government : $ 133* iodine Residence Inn by Marriott/Convention Center 8800 Universal Blvd ( 407 ) diligence : $ 148 Government : $ 133* oxygen Rosen Centre Hotel 9840 International Drive ( 407 ) industry : $ 202 Government : $ 133* note : special Pre-I/ITSEC Rate of $ 109 from November. ( Must besides book at I/ITSEC pace during the conference. ) s Rosen Plaza Hotel 9700 International Drive ( 407 ) industry : $ 194 Government : $ 133* d Springhill Suites Convention Center/ I-Drive Area 8870 Universal Blvd ( 407 ) diligence : $ 148 Government : $ 133* INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY train, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE To get from your hotel to the West Concourse of the OCCC, you have several choices of transportation. I/ITSEC will provide Shuttle Bus service to all properties listed. 107 To get from your hotel to the West Concourse of the OCCC, you have respective choices of fare. I/ITSEC will provide Shuttle Bus service to all properties listed. ( Schedules will be available at the hotels and at the entrance to the league registration area. ) identical fair public Transportation is available on the I-Ride streetcar busbar along International Drive. Check or your hotel for schedules. Your own or a lease vehicle. See page 93 for detail parking data. Most of the hotels are within walking distance ( break comfortable shoes ). The National Training and Simulation Association has arranged for the Hertz Company to be the official cable car rental agency for I/ITSEC with the special rates below. You can besides make your reservations on-line through the I/ITSEC web site ( Lodging/Travel ). Vehicles may be returned to any Hertz location in Florida at no extra charge. CAR CLASS DAILY WEEKEND WEEKLY TO RECEIVE SPECIAL MEETING RATES A Economy $ 39 $ 19 $ 169 Call Hertz at or GETTING AROUND B Compact $ 42 $ 21 $ 174 C Midsize $ 45 $ 23 $ 184 D Standard 2/4-Door $ 49 $ 25 $ 194 F Full Size 4-Door $ 55 $ 33 $ 205 G Premium $ 69 $ 69 $ 345 I Luxury $ 89 $ 89 $ 399 Q4 Midsize SUV $ 62 $ 62 $ 299 L Standard SUV $ 74 $ 74 $ 339 R Minivan 2WD $ 79 $ 79 $ 399 U Convertible $ 72 $ 72 $ 359 T Large SUV $ 115 $ 115 $ 549 T6 PRM XCAP SUV $ 125 $ 125 $ 649 or your nearest Hertz reservation center, your corporate travel department, or your change of location agent and give the agentive role CV # Rates are guaranteed from November 21 December 9, 2016 subject to cable car handiness. Government surcharges, taxes, tax reimbursment, title and license fee reimbursement and optional items such as refueling or extra driver fees, are extra. advance reservations are ( strongly ) recommended. Minimum rental long time is 20 ( long time derived function for senesce applies ). Standard lease conditions and qualifications qualify. Fill your down prison term with charming moments. Whether it s spending a truly unforgettable evening with an old friend or sharing a dazzling night sky with a modern contact, charming experiences reign supreme in the Walt Disney World Theme Parks. Special Meeting & Convention Tickets ( not available for leverage at the Theme Park Ticket Windows ) are available for purchase by attendees. Pre-arrival savings of 10 % on multi-day tickets which besides include a bonus travel to to respective early non-disney park experiences. Disney besides offers exclusive partial-day tickets ( After 2 autopsy and After 5 autopsy Twilight Tickets ) to the I/ITSEC attendees which are arrant for an overt good afternoon or even. To purchase Florida Resident Tickets or particularly priced Disney Meeting/Convention Theme Park tickets, please address or travel to Please note the cut-off date for promote purchase savings is November 26, For more data about Disney World during the Holiday Season, please visit THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 91 PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA Advertising Opportunities: Official Publications of I/ITSEC Now more than ever, with the increased challenges facing the defense and security marketplace, you need to keep yourReach the leading decision-makers at the world s largest simulation, training and modeling event of the year by advertising your products and services in the Official Publications of I/ITSEC.Then after the event has ended, these publications are used by many as desk-references, so your advertisement will reach the decision-makers long after the conference is over. 108 PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA Advertising Opportunities : official Publications of I/ITSEC immediately more than ever, with the increased challenges facing the defense and security marketplace, you need to keep your administration randomness message in movement of its prey audience. Reach the leading decision-makers at the world second largest model, training and modeling consequence of the class by advertising your products and services in the Official Publications of I/ITSEC. advertising in these publications is an excellent way to stand out in the crowd and invite the attendees to visit your parade, product demonstration and/or web site. then after the event has ended, these publications are used by many as desk-references, so your ad will reach the decision-makers long after the conference is over. The National Training and Simulation Association s Annual Simulation & Training Trends and Technology Review I/ITSEC Exhibitor Directory This publication will be available to all the attendees, exhibitors, and show visitors at I/ITSEC. It will be placed in the attendees conference bags and available at registration, and early locations at the convention center. As an add bonus, your ad will besides appear in the December Issue of National Defense Magazine photograph beyond the walls of the convention center. National Defense is sent to over 81,000 BPA audited readers, including the members of NTSA. ( directory incision will not appear in National Defense Magazine ). The I/ITSEC Show Daily Advertise in this year s Daily and be noticed by your customers and electric potential partners who are attending I/ITSEC. The I/ITSEC Show Daily informs the pretense & train community on breaking events & happenings on-site at I/ITSEC. It is printed overnight and stagger casual at the conference concentrate, choice hotels, and uploaded to the I/ITSEC web site. The daily has evolved into a critical part of I/ITSEC ; a must read while attending the conference. Stop in to Media Room, W206 for more data. Use both to give your company Unequalled Exposure Special packages have been created so your organization can take advantage of both opportunities ! Web Banners A limited phone number of banner ad spaces are available on the I/ITSEC web site. For more information on ad in these publications, liaison Kathleen Kenney at ( 703 ) or at I/ITSEC, Booth 2080 I/ITSEC Proceedings ONLINE REPOSITORY ( PAPERS FROM ) The I/ITSEC cognition Repository provides a valuable link to the I/ITSEC education, simulation and education community. Access the on-line papers repository at YEARLY PROCEEDINGS ( PAPERS FROM ) Individual CDs for the years shown above are available for $ 30.00 each. Each candle includes wholly accepted papers from that year. Orders can be placed by calling ( 703 ) ( 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007 sold out ) Stay in Touch Free Wireless hot spots. /Internet Kiosks. Complimentary internet, WiFi and access in the lobby ( spirit for signage ). Internet kiosks are besides available at no charge in the Connections Lounge and Grill located inside the Exhibit Hall. If you need access outside of the complimentary stations, all of OCCC is now WiFi enabled for a minor drug user tip. I/ITSEC is the premier annual event of its kind, attendance by the mainstream and specialist trade press is heavy, resulting in coverage that reaches your key market targets. Our media staff stands ready to assist you in achieving utmost vulnerability during your time at I/ITSEC. Corporate representatives are invited to bring their marketing materials to the Media Room for distribution deoxyadenosine monophosphate early as possible after the opening of registration. The Media Room area will besides include a separate facility for briefings/ presentations with a capacity of approximately 30 persons. We powerfully recommend early bookings for this room, which will be in necessitate. extra exhibitor presentations will be made available inside the exhibit hall at the Innovation Showcase, Booth Prior to the conference, liaison John Williams at ( 703 ) or check out more details on the I/ITSEC News page of The I/ITSEC Media Room is S201E, call ( 407 ) INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE National Training and Simulation Association The NTSA, an affiliate of NDIA, represents and promotes the business interests of companies in the simulation, training, mission planning/rehearsal, andNTSA s 200 corporate and 500 individual members enjoy reduced fees on all NTSA events and services, as well as a monthly e-newsletter (Training Industry News) and National Defense magazine. 109 National Training and Simulation Association The NTSA, an affiliate of NDIA, represents and promotes the business interests of companies in the simulation, train, mission planning/rehearsal, and support services diligence. NTSA s 200 corporate and 500 individual members enjoy reduce fees on all NTSA events and services, adenine well as a monthly e-newsletter ( Training Industry News ) and National Defense magazine. Sustaining and regular Corporate members receive early distance choice and discounts on exhibit space at I/ITSEC. Individual memberships are besides available. For membership data, bid ( 703 ) or visit the NTSA web site National Defense Industrial Association Based in Arlington, Virginia, the National Defense Industrial Association ( NDIA ) is a non-profit, educational association representing industry, government, and all the military services. About 1,600 companies and 85,000 individuals trust on NDIA for network, cognition, and occupation development opportunities. As the state s leading refutation diligence association promoting national security, NDIA advocates up-to-date technology and superior weapons, equipment, trail, and support for the warfighter and first base respondent. Through events, working divisions, local chapters, and four affiliate organizations, NDIA connects the government and defense industry to create a vigorous and ethical forum of information substitution leading to greater support for national security. For NDIA membership information sojourn or contact Mike Kibler at TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE REQUIREMENTS AND TO APPLY, PLEASE VISIT ORG OR CONTACT PATRICK ROWE AT EARNING THE CMSP DESIGNATION WILL : Demonstrate expertness in the airfield of M & S to your employer and the larger M & S community P rovide opportunities for professional advancement Requirements include 3-8 years of make experience ( depending on level of highest collegiate degree ), 3 professional letters of reference, and successful completion of an on-line examination. CMSP Applicants now have a option between CMSP-Technical and CMSP-Management exams. SAVE THE DATE FOR I/ITSEC 2018 ! november 2018 Orange County Convention Center South Concourse Orlando, FL Exhibit Information Debbie Langelier, CEM Assistant Vice President of NTSA Operations call : ( 703 ) facsimile : ( 703 ) chew the fat to view the current floor plan, exhibitor list, and sponsorship opportunities. Women In Defense A NATIONAL SECURITY ORGANIZATION Women In Defense ( WID ) cultivates and supports the promotion and recognition of women in all aspects of national security. A gallant consort of NDIA since 2004, this authorization administration provides members a dynamic, forward-thinking community for developing leadership skills, cultivating relationships, a well as mentor, and education through a variety of national and regional events addressing some of the most press home defense issues. Represented by 20 chapters across the state, Women In Defense is in a period of accelerate growth and expansion. membership is open to women and men whose elementary professional activities relate to the national security of the United States and its allies. WID represents members from department of defense organizations ; all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces ; government ; academia ; think tanks, associations and professional services. active military and politics employees receive complimentary membership. SPONSORING ASSOCIATION THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 93 110 SAFETY & SECURITY Security Training Before The Conference Technology solicitation directives contain mandates requiring exhibitors and presenters to receive a Counterintelligence ( CI ) briefing from their CI digest staff anterior to I/ITSEC. Contractors with classify contracts may contact their Defense Security Service Special Agents. To avoid security breaches, I/ITSEC presenters and exhibitors should ensure that the compulsory briefing has been received. A list of CI accompaniment agencies follows. Please contact your security officer/manager and ensure that an allow briefing for yourself and your colleagues is arranged. Providers of the briefings are : Army Navy, USMC, Coast Guard Air Force Contractors FOR LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES DIAL 911 SECURITY HOTLINE DURING I/ITSEC : ( 407 ) military Intelligence Naval Criminal Investigative Service Air Force Office of Special Investigation Defense Security Service Personal Security The most authoritative thing to protect, of path, is yourself. Pay attention to your surroundings. Report fishy behavior or security breaches to a security person or NTSA staff. Familiarize yourself with emergency procedures and exits at your hotel and the Convention Center. Please note that security surveillance cameras are in place throughout the league and expose areas. Emergency Medical Services EMT and/or paramedics will be on-site during I/ITSEC ( including hall build-up and tear-down ). During I/ITSEC 2017, they will be located on the lapp level as Registration, near the escalators between S220 and S230. See the layout on foliate 12 for the exact localization. dial 911 for life threatening emergencies. For non-emergencies within the center, dial or on your cell dial ( 407 ), or alert any security or I/ITSEC staff penis with a radio. Bags and Briefcases Bags and Briefcases may be carried in by those wearing Conference Attendee or Exhibitor badges. exhibit Visitors ( those who are alone visiting the exhibits ) WILL NOT be allowed to carry in bags or briefcases. A check board will be available in the chief registration area. A small purse or female genitalia pack is allowed, but is subject to search. Additional security restrictions may be posted on and on signage at the league. Conference Management reserves the correct to adjust security levels as deem necessary during the league. Presentations Recording devices will not be permitted in the presentation rooms, unless authorized by the conference management. Presenters and Exhibitors should review their company s policy documents and those of the government agencies with whom you sign regarding open distribution, specify distribution, restricted distribution and sharing limitations. Cameras Exhibitors have the right to limit photograph and video recording of their displays. Please respect this right by asking before photographing or videotaping. Participants found taking photos or videos without the accept of the subject presentors or exhibitors will be dealt with according to security procedures, to possibly include confiscation of materials and removal from the premises. Inquiries ( before the conference ) Registration ( 702 ) Exhibit/Sponsorship ( 703 ) All other inquiries ( 703 ) INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE Earle L.Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819 407-996-9933 www.shinglecreekgolf.com Tournament Time Limited slots Register early!org/attendees/planningyourstay/pages/default.aspx Register one to four players per log in. 111 Earle L. Denton Memorial Golf Tournament Organized by Central Florida Chapter NDIA Sunday, 26 November OR Monday, 27 November Deadlines Golf On-Line Registration Sponsorship Rosen Shingle Creek Golf Club 9939 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL Tournament Time Limited slots Register early ! 20 November 16 November Sunday 1100 Registration 1230 Shotgun Monday 0630 Registration 0730 Shotgun On-Line Registration Register and/or choice sponsorship at Register one to four players per log in. Fees $ 100 per player ( green fees, range balls, cart, lunch ) GOLF TOURNAMENT Point of Contact Debbie Berry Format Captain s Choice/Scramble Pairings & Requests Final assignments and pairings will be made by the tournament coordinator. Priority is based upon reception of payment. note : To guarantee request pairings, all golfers ( two, three or four ) MUST be entered during a one login school term. Golfers registering individually should clearly specify pairing requests under comments. The tournament coordinator will attempt to honor all requests. Cancellations Must be received via to by close of business 17 November to receive 50 % refund. No refunds thereafter. Coordinate club rentals immediately with the Rosen Shingle Creek Golf Club pro shop. Sponsorships Details available at Tee Box $ 500 Putting Green $ 500 Driving Range $ 500 GPS $ 750 Beverage Cart $ 2,500 Hole-in-One $ 2,500 Boxed Lunch $ 3,000 Sponsors Send your logo via to no later than 16 November. Do not bring your own sign *Scholarships and extra restricted initiatives supported through tournament proceeds ; for a full moon list of initiatives ( STEM, Wounded Warriors, etc. ) supported, please sojourn : THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT 95 5K RUN ANNUAL I/ITSEC 5K RUN/WALK/ROLL 2017 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2017 Orange County Convention Center 5:30AM Packetcom/iitsec5k All registered runners will receive custom race tech shirt, custom race metal, swag bag, race bib andEARLY REGISTRATION $ 25 until August 11 August 13 November 3 (shirt size subject to availability) November 4 November 17THE 5K WILL SUPPORT Camaraderie Foundation IITSEC STEM Initiative TITLE SPONSOR Email Sean Osmond for Race Information 112 5K RUN ANNUAL I/ITSEC 5K RUN/WALK/ROLL 2017 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2017 Orange County Convention Center 5:30AM Packet Pickup 6:45AM Start Time WEBSITE : All registered runners will receive custom race technical school shirt, custom subspecies metallic, swag bag, raceway bib and official timing by Milestone Race Authority, pre- and post-race refreshments. Tax deductible adjustment. early REGISTRATION $ 25 until August 11 August 13 November 3 ( shirt size subject to handiness ) November 4 November 17 ( shirt size subject to handiness ) November 18 Onsite ( shirt size topic to handiness ) $ 30 $ 35 $ 40 CHARITIES THE 5K WILL SUPPORT Camaraderie Foundation IITSEC STEM Initiative TITLE SPONSOR Sean Osmond for Race Information at or Debbie Langelier for Sponsorship information at INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE 113 I/ITSEC 2018 See you next year ! 114 NATIONAL TRAINING AND SIMULATION ASSOCIATION THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING &SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE LAUNCHING INNOVATION IN LEARNING Sa ve the Da 115 NATIONAL training AND SIMULATION ASSOCIATION THE WORLD S LARGEST MODELING & SIMULATION EVENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION I/ITSEC INTERSERVICE/INDUSTRY TRAINING, SIMULATION & EDUCATION CONFERENCE LAUNCHING INNOVATION IN LEARNING Sa ve the Da tellurium ! November 26-30, NOVEMBER uranium u ORLANDO, FLORIDA CALL FOR PAPERS AND TUTORIALS I/ITSEC 2018 LAUNCHING INNOVATION IN LEARNING ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 24Performance, Analysis and Engineering Policy, Standards, Management & Acquisition Simulationand technical personnel. The submission process for the I/ITSEC Papers and Tutorials coincide.Follow the Papers/Tutorials Completion Process for 2018 Abstract Submittal which will be posted inorg/authors I/ITSEC 2018 Program Chair Robert Kleinhample SAIC (757) 325-0014 robert.c. 116 CALL FOR PAPERS AND TUTORIALS I/ITSEC 2018 LAUNCHING INNOVATION IN LEARNING ABSTRACT DEADLINE : 24 FEBRUARY 2017 Subcommittees/Categories Education Emerging Concepts & Innovative Technologies Human Performance, Analysis and Engineering Policy, Standards, Management & Acquisition Simulation Training Tutorials Information on core M & S, train, and education topics desirable for management and technical personnel. The submission process for the I/ITSEC Papers and Tutorials concur. Submittal details will vary slenderly, but the milestones will match. Follow the Papers/Tutorials Completion Process for 2018 Abstract Submittal which will be posted in December. I/ITSEC 2018 Program Chair Robert Kleinhample SAIC ( 757 ) I/ITSEC 2018 Tutorial Board Chair David Milewski Alpha Omega Change Engineering ( AOCE ), Inc. earphone : ( 757 ) NOVEMBER 27-DECEMBER 1 u u ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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