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IESTA: evaluating air transport systems using a rich modular generic managed platform

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1 IESTA: evaluating air transport systems using a rich, modular, generic, managed platform Judicaël Bedouet, Thomas Dubot, André Elie, Romain Kervarc ONERA – DPRS/TCS BP72 – 29 avenue de la Division Leclerc 92322 Châtillon cedex – France judicael.bedouet, thomas.dubot, andre.elie, Phone: (+33) 1 467 / 34 532, 34 903, 34 950, 34 740 Fax: (+33) 1 467 / 34 149 Abstract IESTA is a platform designed at the ONERA in order to achieve the simulation of air transport systems. IESTA relies on several technologies, especially the HLA (High-Level Architecture) standard. This paper focuses on the technical aspects of IESTA, and presents, on the one hand, the development approach used in this project in order to ensure a high quality and reliability and, on the other hand, the various components that are necessary for the platform to fulfil its purpose. Keywords Distributed simulation, high-level architecture, fast-time simulation, systems of systems, air transport system Introduction IESTA (Infrastructure for evaluating air transport systems) is a project aiming at providing the aeronautical community with advances in modelling and simulation support tools through a global evaluation platform. Current systems created to measure the impact of an aircraft on its environment are integrated software, designed for only one goal.

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IESTA: evaluating air transport systems using a rich, modular, generic, managed platform   Judicaël Bedouet, Thomas Dubot, André Elie, Romain Kervarc  ONERA – DPRS/TCS BP72 – 29 avenue de la Division Leclerc 92322 Châtillon cedex – France  judicael.bedouet, thomas.dubot, andre.elie, romain.kervarc@onera.fr  Phone: (+33) 1 467 / 34 532, 34 903, 34 950, 34 740 Fax: (+33) 1 467 / 34 149  Abstract  IESTA is a platform designed at the ONERA in order to achieve the simulation of air transport systems. IESTA relies on several technologies, especially the HLA (High-Level Architecture) standard. This paper focuses on the technical aspects of IESTA, and presents, on the one hand, the development approach used in this project in order to ensure a high quality and reliability and, on the other hand, the various components that are necessary for the platform to fulfil its purpose.  Keywords  Distributed simulation, high-level architecture, fast-time simulation, systems of systems, air transport system  Introduction  IESTA (Infrastructure for evaluating air transport systems) is a project aiming at providing the aeronautical community with advances in modelling and simulation support tools through a global evaluation platform.  Current systems created to measure the impact of an aircraft on its environment are integrated software, designed for only one goal. Modular platforms designed to support as many studies as imaginable are rare, and rely heavily on their makers’ field of expertise. A general solution to xetend the narrow possibilities of such integrated software is developing a fully modular platform, aimed at connecting specialised modules and ensuring the good communication between them. Our platform focuses on modularity, to allow customers to bring their own models to our system. A good solution to connect various modules and ensure effective, traceable communication between them is the HLA norm, which connects systems regardless of the computing platforms. This architecture is further enhanced by Genesis, an ONERA tool.  1