Due to the increasing complexity of systems in the space domain the management of requirements, emergent behaviors and risks of integrations is becoming a challenging task. Modeling and Simulation (M&S) methods can be usefully exploited to address this complexity and perform a more detailed analysis on the system. In this domain, the IEEE 1516.2010-HLA is one of the well-established standards for Distributed Simulation. Unfortunately, for the different organizations, it is not trivial to implement HLA simulators able to interact with each other. To deal with this aspect and enabling a-priori interoperability between HLA simulators, a Product Development Group (PDG) has been activated to provide a Space Reference FOM (SRFOM) for international collaboration on space systems simulations. This paper presents the most interesting and relevant experiences from the exploitation of the SRFOM standard by the NASA Exploration Systems Simulations team, Pitch Technologies, and the SMASH-Lab of the University of Calabria.

Experiences in using the SISO Space Reference FOM standard

Falcone A.;Garro A.;
2019

Abstract

Due to the increasing complexity of systems in the space domain the management of requirements, emergent behaviors and risks of integrations is becoming a challenging task. Modeling and Simulation (M&S) methods can be usefully exploited to address this complexity and perform a more detailed analysis on the system. In this domain, the IEEE 1516.2010-HLA is one of the well-established standards for Distributed Simulation. Unfortunately, for the different organizations, it is not trivial to implement HLA simulators able to interact with each other. To deal with this aspect and enabling a-priori interoperability between HLA simulators, a Product Development Group (PDG) has been activated to provide a Space Reference FOM (SRFOM) for international collaboration on space systems simulations. This paper presents the most interesting and relevant experiences from the exploitation of the SRFOM standard by the NASA Exploration Systems Simulations team, Pitch Technologies, and the SMASH-Lab of the University of Calabria.
Federation Object Model; High Level Architecture; Interoperability; Space
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