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Next message Gregg Shenton  posted on Tuesday, July 03, 2012 - 11:40 am
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Why Attend:
* Understand the differences and similarities between DDS and HLA,
* Learn about DDS adoption in simulation,
* Learn how to integrate DDS- and HLA-based systems.

Abstract:

The OMG DDS (Data Distribution Service) is a standard for data distribution which is widely used as the foundation for operational systems such as air traffic control and management, combat systems, distributed telemetry and control, etc. On the other hand, HLA (High Level Architecture) is a communication and coordination standard which is widely adopted in the distributed simulation community.

DDS is increasingly gaining adoption in distributed simulation, especially for those systems that require high throughput, low latencies and scalability. In addition, the use of DDS in simulation provides native interoperability between operational and simulated systems, thus eliminating integration overhead and complexities.

This webcast will introduce DDS and HLA, provide an apple-to-apple comparison between the two standards and show how DDS and HLA systems can be seamlessly integrated together.
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