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Title: Defence Simulation Manual SIMMAN


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Defence Simulation ManualSIMMAN
Capability Development Group Australian Defence
Simulation Office
  • SimTecT 2005 Darren Mc Farlane

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Topics
  • Introduction
  • SIMMAN Contents
  • Current SIMMAN Guides
  • Future Development

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Secretary and Chief of Defence Force
Defence Committee
Chief CDG
LTGEN David Hurley
Capability Development Group (CDG)
DGSIM
Mr Cliff White
ADSO is a Branch within CDG located in R1,
Russell Offices
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Australian Defence Simulation Office
. . advancing the use of computer-based
modelling and simulation . . "
  • Roles
  • policy direction
  • co-ordination
  • collaboration
  • DGSIM - Chair DSF (Defence Simulation Forum)
    reporting to Chief CDG who leads Governance
  • Influence Defence investment in Simulation
  • Manage Simulation Minors Program

. . to help people across Defence gain and
sustain knowledge by using simulation
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Relationship of DSE to DE
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Defence Simulation Manual
  • Intended to provide one stop shop for
    Australian DOD simulation policy guidance.
  • Software based.
  • Available to all in Defence simulation community
    (soon on WWW)
  • All suggestions for additions alterations
    welcome.

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SIMMAN ContentsVolume one
Part 6 Simulation And Defence Capability
Part 11 Defence Simulation Standards
Part 1 Defence Simulation Policy
Part 15 Defence Current Future Simulation
Projects
Part 7 Defence Simulation Proposal Guide
Part 12 Simulation Safety Guide
Part 2 Defence Simulation Planning
Part 16 Defence Industry Simulation
Capabilities
Part 8 Simulation Verification, Validation
and Accreditation Guide
Part 3 Introduction to Simulation
Part 13 Simulation Security Guide
Part 17 Defence Simulation Workforce Guide
Part 4 Defence Simulation Benefits Guide
Part 9 Distributed Simulation Guide
Part 14 Simulation Training and Education
Part 10 Simulation Data Guide
Part 5 Defence Simulation Glossary
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SIMMAN ContentsVolume two
Part 1 Simulation Support to Capability
Life Cycle
Part 2 Simulation Support to Analysis
Part 3 Simulation Support to Training
Part 4 Simulation Support to Conduct Of
Operations
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Current SIMMAN Guides
Part 6 Simulation And Defence Capability
Part 11 Defence Simulation Standards
Part 1 Defence Simulation Policy
Part 15 Defence Current Future Simulation
Projects
Part 7 Defence Simulation Proposal Guide
Part 12 Simulation Safety Guide
Part 2 Defence Simulation Planning
Part 16 Defence Industry Simulation
Capabilities
Part 8 Simulation Verification, Validation
and Accreditation Guide
Part 3 Introduction to Simulation
Part 13 Simulation Security Guide
Part 4 Defence Simulation Benefits Guide
Part 9 Distributed Simulation Guide
Part 14 Simulation Training and Education
Part 10 Simulation Data Guide
Part 5 Defence Simulation Glossary
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Volume 1 Part 1Defence Simulation Policy
  • Defence Simulation Policy DI(G) OPS 42-1
  • VISION STATEMENT
  • Defence exploits simulation to develop, train
    for, prepare for and test military options for
    government wherever it can
  • enhance ADF capabilities,
  • save resources
  • reduce risk
  • Defence Simulation VVA Policy (Draft)
  • Defence Policy on Computer-Based, commercial
    military simulations and Games (Draft)

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Volume 1 Part 2Defence Simulation Planning
  • Defence Simulation Plan

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Vision, Issues, Strategies
DI(G) OPS 42-1
Policy
Plan (Part 1)
Result Areas
Single Service Plans
Tasks Responsibilities
Supporting Technical Plans
Specific Activities
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Investment in Simulation Application Areas
The Defence Simulation Plan Strategies
Defence Outcomes
Training
Manage Effectively
Force Assessment
Enhance Capability
Policy Direction
Experimentation
Increase Use
Research Devt.
Combine For Benefit
Save Resources
Acquisition
Coordination
Personnel Expertise
Life-Cycle Mgmt.
Crisis Mgmt. Planning
Life Cycle Support
Reduce Risk
Collaboration
Mission Rehearsal
Access Data
Operations
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Volume 1 Part 3Introduction to Simulation
  • Purpose
  • Provides a basic introduction to
    non-simulationists on simulation terms and
    concepts. It is a clear and simple guide to
    simulation that includes user friendly pictures
    and diagrams to aid in the understanding of
    simulation in the Defence environment.

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Volume 1 Part 4Defence Simulation Benefits Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assists Defence by
  • Providing assistance and guidance to the broader
    Defence community for them to justify the
    investment in more specific simulation
    activities.
  • Providing useful case studies and examples that
    Defence may be able to re-use.
  • Identifying limitations and risks, such that
    users dont try and use simulation
    inappropriately.

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Volume 1 Part 5Defence Simulation Glossary
  • Purpose
  • Provides a source of simulation acronyms,
    terms and definitions used in the Australian
    Department of Defence.

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Volume 1 Part 6Simulation Defence Capability
  • Purpose
  • Explains the contribution of simulation to
    Defence capability.

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Volume 1 Part 7Defence Simulation Proposal Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assists the developers of simulation
    proposals, and those reviewing and assessing
    those proposals, to establish clearly how the
    simulation will enhance capability, save
    resources or reduce risk to develop, train for,
    prepare for and test military options for
    Government.

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Volume 1 Part 8Simulation VVA Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assists the Acquirers, Developers, Managers,
    Users, and Supporters of simulations in giving an
    understanding of the concepts of Verification,
    Validation and Accreditation for simulations and
    to provide guidance on its effective application
    in establishing the fitness for purpose of
    Australian Defence simulations.

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Volume 1 Part 9Distributed Simulation Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assists the Acquirers, Developers, Managers,
    Supporters and Users of Simulations in giving an
    understanding of the concepts of Distributed
    Simulation technology and to provide guidance on
    its use in combining Australian Defence
    Simulations. It also provides guidance on
    Simulation Interoperability with our allies and
    coalition partners.

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Volume 1 Part 10Simulation Data Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assist the Acquirers, Developers, Managers,
    Supporters and Users of simulation systems in
    gaining an understanding of the many issues and
    challenges associated with simulation-related
    data.

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Key Data Standards
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Volume 1 Part 11Defence Simulation Standards
  • Purpose
  • lists and categorises simulation standards and
    their status
  • provides an overview of the main simulation
    standards used by defence
  • defines the process by which simulation standards
    are managed in the ADO
  • identifies key local and international standards
    bodies and
  • provides details of sources of support and
    further information.

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Levels of Standards
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Volume 1 Part 12Simulation Safety Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assists the acquirers, developers, managers,
    users, and supporters of simulation in
    understanding how to manage Safety Risk in the
    acquisition, development, management, support and
    use of Simulation.

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Volume 1 Part 13Simulation Security Guide
  • Purpose
  • Assists the Acquirers, Developers, Managers,
    Users, and Supporters of simulations in
    understanding the concepts of Security for
    simulations and to provide guidance on its
    effective application in establishing the
    appropriate and effective security of Australian
    Defence Simulations.

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Volume 1 Part 14Simulation Training Education
  • Purpose
  • Provides a listing of known available
    simulation education and training activities that
    can be undertaken to develop simulation
    expertise.

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Volume 1 Part 15Defence Current and Future
Simulation Projects
  • Purpose
  • Provides a listing of Defence Current and
    Future Simulation Projects with their status and
    points of contact.
  • 79 Major Capability Project entries
  • 27 Minor Capability Project entries
  • 101 DSTO entries

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Volume 1 Part 16Defence Industry Simulation
Capabilities
  • Purpose
  • Provide potential simulation users within
    Defence with access to a list of companies with
    simulation skills and capabilities.

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Future Development
  • Simulation Support to Capability Life Cycle
  • Simulation Workforce Guide
  • Simulation Support to Analysis
  • Simulation Support to Training
  • Simulation Support to Conduct of Operations
  • Updates

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Feedback
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Darren Mc Farlane 02 6265 4797 darren.mcfarlane_at_de
fence.gov.au
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Capability Life Cycle
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  • Simulation Application Guide
  • to assist Defence staff to
  • Understand where and how simulation can be
    applied in the course of their work (eg
    developing military strategies, undertaking
    capability gap analysis, performing fleet
    management, developing and validating doctrine,
    etc.)
  • Simulation Costing Guide
  • assist Defence staff to
  • Understand where and how cost estimation
    techniques can be applied when determining Life
    Cycle Costs (LCC) for potential investment in
    simulation.

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Sim Support to CLC
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