I'm heading out today to the Fall SIW Conference in Orlando - the semi-annual Simulation Interoperability Workshop hosted by SISO (www.sisostds.org). As usual, MAK is participating in many ways:
- We will have a booth in the Exhibit Hall, Monday through Wednesday - showing off all of our products of course, but with a particular focus on the Interoperability products.
- I am proud to be chairing a new SISO Study Group on WebLVC. WebLVC is a new protocol we have proposed as a starting point for a eventual consensus-based SISO Standard. It is designed to support interoperability between web-based client applications and traditional modeling and simulation federations. For more information on WebLVC, check out http://labs.mak.com/weblvc/weblvc-protocol.html. The WebLVC Study Group meeting is Wednesday, September 12, at 1:30pm.
- We will be giving a presentation at the newly-resurrected RPR FOM Product Development Group on Wednesday morning - on the technical history of the RPR FOM.
- Aaron Dubois, our Product Development Manager for Link Products will be giving a product capabilities presentation as part of the LVC Tools Workshop session on Thursday afternoon, September 13, at 4:00pm. (continued...)