SMOTAR poster

 

SMOTAR - SMODIM TRACKING, ANALYSIS & RECORDING

The SMODIM Tracking, Analysis & Recording (SMOTAR) advanced software suite is designed to allow Commanders, Observers, Controllers and Analysts to develop training exercise scenarios, monitor live battles and record events for After Action Review (AAR) and Take Home Packages (THP).

SMOTAR SMOTAR provides real-time monitoring, tracking and recording of instrumented personnel, vehicles and aircraft. Real-time data is recorded during live exercises via a telemetry network. Critical events are bookmarked and screenshots saved for playback during AAR.

INTERACTION WITH LIVE, VIRTUAL AND CONSTRUCTIVE NETWORKS
Telemetry-based, real-time views of the battleground can be extended and enhanced with synchronous data feeds from tactical and digital C3I systems (and other LVC simulations) via built-in Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS), HLA and CTIA compliant translators. SMOTAR provides automated adjudication of indirect fires between live, virtual and constructive elements. For example, virtual and constructive counter-battery fire can automatically engage and kill live-instrumented artillery.

DYNAMIC POSITION DATABASE
SMOTAR works in conjunction with an entire range of player units to maintain a dynamic position database through player-to-player communications. Weapon engagements are adjudicated using Probability of Hit (Ph) and Probability of Kill (Pk) factors specific to each weapon and player type.

Gun-Tape videoVIDEO DISPLAY
Gun-Tape video can be collected and imported for display and includes the Pilot and CPG audio. During playback, the video is synchronized to the map and Scoring Display. When the user rewinds, fast-forwards or jumps to a new time, the associated video for the selected aircraft is automatically synchronized.

 

SCORING DISPLAY
The Scoring Display shows selected data collected from the Aerial Weapons Scoring System (AWSS) interface, including aircrew and aircraft information, range to target, munition time-of-flight, target silhouettes, rocket target engagement areas (TEAs), and all munition or laser detection events, along with a chronological list of all AWSS-specific scoring events for a given engagement. The Scoring Display is automatically configured to show each new engagement as it happens, and the user can view previous engagements at any time.