The Military Open Simulator Enterprise Strategy: Rationale and Use Cases





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Published on Jun 1, 2012

The Military Open Simulator Enterprise Strategy (MOSES) is an experiment designed to test the limits of 100% open source software designed to re-create the stable Second Life(r) experience. The primary goal is to determine if MOSES can be placed on a private network, behind a firewall, and completely disconnected from the Internet. MOSES is hosted at the U.S. Army Research Lab Simulation & Training Technology Center in Orlando, Fl. It is installed on US Army servers and maintained by the Army. It is connected to a commercial network so that users access it from the open Internet. The barriers to entry have been lowered so that anyone can access it (with proper permissions) from anywhere.

This mixed-media event will have participants presenting their rationale and use cases. The panelists will discuss distance learning opportunities, teaching from within the open simulator environment, implementation of learning material, and barriers to entry.

Moderated by - Douglas Maxwell

Stephen Aguiar - Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Dr. Kay McLennan - Tulane University
Dr. Andy Stricker - Air Education Training Command
Dr. Robert Daniel - George Washington University


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