The Standards Landscape - SISO Standards for Operations, Systems and Ontologies
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SISO standards support a great number of domains including applications of services/middleware, simulation systems and operational activities. Horizontally the scope includes synthetic environments, protocols (DIS, HLA, etc), and data models such as the base object model (BOM), SEDRIS, and the Military Scenario Definition Language. Emerging needs are focusing SISO in new directions including service oriented architectures (SOA), battle management language, and format independent Ontologies. There is a critical need to align and integrate SISO development efforts horizontally and vertically. The day of perceiving standards as independent or competitive is giving way to a new era of collaboration and seamless integration. SISO and our stakeholders can begin to build upon the successes of the past to integrate systems into systems of systems level simulation environments. To prepare for these changes this paper outlines potential strategies for SISO by ensuring standards (1) support one another, (2) integrate vertically and horizontally, (3) support management and control across operational simulation environments and (4) integrate services dynamically in support of Live-Virtual-Constructive (LVC) environments. This paper applies concepts of systems engineering, lifecycles, and architectural best practices to provide a road map or blueprint for SISO’s standards landscape.
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