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Enterprise Data Services gives tutorials at I/ITSEC
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Enterprise Data Services will host two tutorials at I/ITSEC to familiarize conference-goers with the benefits of shared data services. EDS makes necessary data available to Warfighters in timeframes that support mission success. It does this by enabling the discovery and reuse of existing, validated data that can be shared across all communities using modeling and simulation (M&S).
Enterprise Solutions for M&S Asset Discovery and Reuse
Learn how to reduce timelines and cost in your M&S projects by fostering reuse of existing models, simulations, and data. Discussion will include: types of M&S assets that can be discovered, how and where to search for them, and how to access them – focusing specifically on efforts within the U.S. DoD and our allied nations. Intended audience is both managerial and technical professionals.
Monday, Nov. 30
8:30 – 10:00 am
OCCC, Room S320E
Applied Research Laboratories
The University of Texas at Austin
Geospatial Environmental Database Standards Forum
Learn to be both a contributor and user of the EDS. Data tools, procedures and standards will be reviewed, providing you the skills to fully access this open-source database and reduce cost and timeline of your M&S projects.
Thursday, Dec. 3
8:30 – 10:00 am
OCCC, Room S330D
Rob Cox, Ph.D.
PEO STRI PM ITE
PdM WTI APM EDS
EDS will also be exhibiting at I/ITSEC in the Defense M&S Coordination Office (DMSCO) booth #1280.
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