Soldier Station: A Tool for Dismounted Infantry Analysis
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Soldier Station is a networked, human-in-the-loop, virtual dismounted infantryman (DI) simulator with underlying constructive model algorithms for movement, detection, engagement, and damage assessment. It is being developed by TRADOC Analysis Center - White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, to analyze DI issues pertaining to situational awareness, command and control, and tactics techniques and procedures. It is unique in its design to integrate virtual and constructive simulations to provide analytical capabilities. This paper describes various issues involved in using Soldier Station for analysis including study design, exercise planning, run-time control, and data collection. Advantages and disadvantages to using such a system are presented along with lessons learned so far. Soldier Station currently uses Distributed Interactive Simulation network protocols. The paper concludes with plans to exploit the new High Level Architecture paradigm to enhance Soldier Station’s current analysis and networking capabilities.
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