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A Snapshot of OneSAF Customer-Funded Activities Robotics Michelle Griffin Radar Training Support Phil Curl Advanced Concepts Research Tool (ACRT) Wayne Minton One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) Robotics Support Michelle Griffin Robotics Support Customer – Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RSJPO) Task – Provide the ability to conduct exercises/experiments on robot assets in a constructive and virtual environment. – Provide analytical tool to help requirement developers define CONOPs and TTPs for unmanned ground vehicle. – Add capabilities to OneSAF: • Represent unmanned ground vehicles and their aggregates. • Allow command and control of the simulated robots. • Provide ability to collect modeling and behavior data for analysis. • Enable joystick control of robot entities with 3D “out the window” view. Technical Capabilities • UGV simulated entities provide representation of the Talon, Packbot, and MARCbot robots and their capabilities within OneSAF. • Remote Control Framework models connectivity/control between the operator and his/her robot entity. • Robot behaviors allow a user to command and control the simulated robots and their units within OneSAF. – IED disposal, robot reconnaissance • Arm articulation provide control of a simulated robot’s arms/manipulator through a joystick/game controller. – Manipulate the location of cameras on a robot’s arm One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) Radar Training Support Phil Curl Radar Effort Overview • Customer – PM Radars • Tasks – Still in requirements/data gathering stage – Provide a consistent training capability for operators of three Weapon Locating Radar (WLR) systems – Includes radar entity enhancement, ballistics modeling, interface definition – Using existing GUIs, provide Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) capability – Provide message communication for simulation exercises LVC Participation One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) Advanced Concepts Research Tool Wayne Minton Advanced Concepts Research Tool (ACRT) Customer: – Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) Task: – Build a low cost virtual simulator capability with OneSAF to allow soldiers to role play each of the positions within the FCS and current force vehicles: • Ground vehicle (GV) • Command and Control Vehicle (C2V) • UAV and UGV • Dismounted soldiers – Hardware • Design and fabricate ACRT enclosures • Design and procure system hardware – Software. Add capabilities to OneSAF to • Interoperate with an application with a 3D view • Enable joystick control of OneSAF models. ACRT Ground Vehicle Chairs are mounted Each table is on a to the floor. pedestal, mounted to the floor. GV is composed of 2 SNAP modules, one Door Cap, and one Solid Cap. Veh Driver Cmdr Solid Cap Door Cap (front of GV) 8’ Dashboard; 15” monitor shown mounted beneath OTW monitor. GV-MBT configuration is shown. Unit Gunner Cmdr OTW display; 21” Joystick monitor shown. 8’ (approx) Environment / Fielding / Release Fielded to Ft. Benning, Ft. Bliss, and Ft. Monroe Interoperates in the BLCSE distributed environment via the HLA/BLCSE FOM Participated in BLCSE Technical Integration Events in 2007 Common Web Defense exercise in March, 2008 Releases OF-OOS 1.5.1 OneSAF 2.1 Technical Capabilities • Ownship Framework provides a distributed platform for establishing controllers and viewers and their links to OneSAF entities and their models. – Controllers and Viewers are published to the OneSAF distribution and may be connected to an entity from any OneSAF MCT – Connections can be established before or after STARTEX – Connections may be saved and loaded in scenario files • JInput integration provides joystick support to control OneSAF models. • Human In the Loop (HITL) Agents adapt joystick inputs to existing OneSAF models – Mobility Control of Ground Vehicles, Individual Combatants, UAVs, and UGVs – Weapon Control on Ground Vehicles and Individual Combatants • NVIG Adapter enables the Night Vision Image Generator (NVIG) to be an Ownship viewer resource (I.e., provides a first-person, 3D view of the OneSAF simulation). – Attach to OneSAF entities and, for weapon control, articulated parts. – “Roaming” mode provides an unattached viewpoint akin to a Stealth application One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) Questions?
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