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2010 Coalition Battle Management Language Workshop (Atelier 2010 sur le langage de gestion du champ de bataille pour les operations en coalition)
NATO RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE (FRANCE)
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A Battle Management Language BML is an unambiguous language used to command and control forces and systems conducting military operations. BML digitizes command control information such as orders and plans to be understandable by military personnel, simulated forces and future robotic forces. The need to interface Command and Control C2 systems with simulation systems has been recognized by NATO bodies for defence planning, training, exercises and support to operations. A multinational effort is necessary to define and standardize an improved C2-Simulation interoperability framework and a Coalition BML C-BML will help fulfil this requirement. This effort has been undertaken by the NATO RTOs MSG-048 Task Group starting with 2006. A key activity under the terms of reference of MSG-048 is that of education and dissemination of information relating to C-BML and the activities of the group itself. The MSG-079 C-BML Workshop was organized by a sub-committee from MSG-048 to help fulfil this requirement and was held at Farnborough in the UK in February 2010. This workshop also provided a unique opportunity for a wide audience to present and discuss some key challenges facing C-BML development, and in some cases potential solutions.
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