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Vermetten, E. (author), Tielman, M.L. (author), van Dort, E. (author), Binsch, O. (author), Li, X. (author), Rozendaal, M.C. (author), Veldkamp, B. (author), Wynn, G. (author), Jetley, R. (author)
Introduction: Smartphones have made promising contributions to the field of military mental health by providing novel app-based approaches to enhance training and deployment, data collection, and creating social domains for participants to share information and perform research. Methods: This article reviews four applications designed...
article 2020
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Vermetten, E. (author), Granek, J. (author), Boland, H. (author), ten Berge, E. (author), Binsch, O. (author), Carmi, L. (author), Zohar, J. (author), Wynn, G. (author), Jetley, R. (author)
Introduction: Smartphones have made promising contributions to the field of military mental health by providing novel app-based approaches to enhance training and deployment, data collection, and creating social domains for participants to share information and perform research. Methods: This article reviews four applications designed...
article 2020
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Löfstrand, B. (author), Herzog, R. (author), Kuhn, T. (author), Behner, H. (author), van den Berg, T.W. (author)
NATO and the Nations regularly use distributed simulation based on the High Level Architecture (HLA) interoperability standard. The current release is IEEE 1516-2010. In the NATO context, several official documents are available to standardize the use of HLA across NATO Nations: • STANAG-4603 describing the HLA standard. • STANREC-4800...
conference paper 2020
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Huiskamp, W. (author), van den Berg, T.W. (author), Siegfried, R. (author), Voiculet, A. (author), Löfstrand, B. (author)
article 2018
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Huiskamp, W. (author), Voiculet, A. (author), Cayirci, E. (author), Lofstrand, B. (author), Patel, B. (author), Khimeche, L. (author), Heffner, K. (author), de Reus, N.M. (author), Igarza, J.L. (author), Voogd, J. (author), Roza, M. (author), Krarup-Hansen, N. (author)
The NATO Modelling & Simulation Master Plan (NMSMP) calls for the application of Modelling and Simulation (M&S) in areas that include, but are not limited to: Support to Operations, Capability Development, Mission Rehearsal, Training and Education, and Procurement. Common standards are essential enablers for simulation interoperability and re...
article 2014
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Vermetten, E. (author), Greenberg, N. (author), Boeschoten, M.A. (author), Delahaije, R. (author), Jetly, R. (author), Castro, C.A. (author), McFarlane, A.C. (author)
Results: All forces reported that much attention was paid to mental health during the individual’s military career, including deployment. In doing so there was much overlap between the rationale and applied methods. The main method of providing support was through training and education. The educative focus was to strengthen the mental...
article 2014
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Möller, B. (author), Croom-Johnson, S. (author), Huiskamp, W. (author)
As joint, combined and Civil-Military exercises are becoming increasingly common, the need for security in collective mission simulation is growing. SISO has developed the Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process (DSEEP) standard that provides a recommended process for development, integration and execution of federated...
conference paper 2013
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Croom-Johnson, S. (author), Huiskamp, W. (author), Möller, B. (author)
A number of approaches are currently in use to allow limited sharing of data between simulations running at different native classification levels, but each have their associated issues which prevent full interoperability. This presents users and accreditors alike with a unique set of challenges. Building on the work presented to recent SIWs by...
conference paper 2013
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Ruiz, J. (author), Désert, D. (author), Hubervic, A. (author), Guillou, P. (author), Jansen, R.E.J. (author), de Reus, N. (author), Henderson, H.C. (author), Fauske, K.M. (author), Olsson, L. (author)
Military training needs to reflect the complexity of real-world operations. The main training audience is currently often focused at a certain level (e.g. joint headquarters staff, component headquarters staff, platoon leader, individual combatant), but it will typically include some interactions with levels above and below the own...
conference paper 2013
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Lotens, W.A. (author), Allender, L. (author), Belyavin, A. (author), Cain, B. (author), Castor, M. (author), Gluck, K. (author), Armstrong, J. (author)
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Human Factors and Medicine Panel has approved the formation of a study group, HFM-128, on human behavior representation (HBR) in constructive simulation. The differentiating focus of this working group is the translation of scientific HBR concepts into a combined "how-to" and "when-to" guide for...
conference paper 2012
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Möller, B. (author), Croom-Johnson, S. (author), Hartog, T. (author), Huiskamp, W. (author), Verkoelen, C. (author), Jones, G. (author), Bennett, M. (author)
We never fight alone, so we should train together! With missions being joint and combined, we also need to train that way. Given limited budgets and available resources, distributed simulation is rapidly becoming a necessity for collective mission training. However, due to the characteristics of mission simulations the protection of classified...
conference paper 2012
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Smit, M.C. (author)
There is a long and documented history of both cost growth and estimating optimism within military system acquisition programmes. This is particularly the case for multinational programmes. As the nature of future acquisition programmes will be more multinational oriented, a common approach is required to generate realistic and consistent LCC...
article 2012
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Möller, B. (author), Karlsson, P. (author), Croom-Johnson, S. (author), Hartog, T. (author), Huiskamp, W. (author), Verkoelen, C.A.A. (author), Jones, G. (author), Nielsen, M.N. (author), Ståhl, I. (author)
Distributed simulation is rapidly becoming a necessity for collective mission training. With missions being joint and combined, we will never fight alone. Thus we need to train together, within and between nations. However, in any such scenario it is likely that some or all of the information may be classified at some level and need protection,...
conference paper 2011
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Lotens, W. (author), Allender, L. (author), Castor, M. (author), Belyavin, A. (author), Gluck, K. (author), Cain, B. (author), Armstrong, J. (author), TNO Defensie en Veiligheid (author)
As the penultimate effort of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Human Factors and Medicine Panel (HFM) study group, HFM-128, a Specialists Meeting was held in May 2007. This poster presents the summary recommendations of the more than 30 experts and practitioners in human behavior representation (HBR) who assembled to discuss seven...
conference paper 2008
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Lotens, W.A. (author), Allender, L. (author), Castor, M. (author), Belyavin, A. (author), Gluck, K.G. (author), Cain, B. (author), Armstrong, J. (author)
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Human Factors and Medicine Panel has approved the formation of a study group, HFM-128, on human behavior representation (HBR) in constructive simulation. The differentiating focus of this working group is the translation of HBR scientific concepts into a combined “how-to” and “when-to” guide for...
conference paper 2007
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Lotens, W.A. (author), Allender, L. (author), Castor, M. (author), Lundin, M. (author), Wallin, N. (author), Belyavin, A. (author), Käppler, W.-D. (author), Cain, B. (author), Thomas-Meyers, G. (author)
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Human Factors group has approved the formation of a study group, HFM-128, on human behavior representation (HBR) in constructive simulation. The differentiating focus of this working group is the translation of HBR concepts into a combined “how-to” and “when-to” guide for military simulation ...
conference paper 2007
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Lotens, W. (author), Allender, L. (author), Castor, M. (author), Lundin, M. (author), Wallin, N. (author), Cain, B. (author), Käppler, W.-D. (author), Belyavin, A. (author), Thomas-Meyers, G. (author), TNO Defensie en Veiligheid (author)
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Human Factors group has approved the formation of a study group, HFM-128, on human behavior representation (HBR) in constructive simulation. The differentiating focus of this working group is the translation of HBR concepts into a combined "how-to" and "when-to" guide for military simulation ...
conference paper 2005
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