GVA & DDS: Leveraging Important Features in the Evolving Open Standards for DDS

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Paul Tingey, Senior Field Application Engineer, RTI

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Building on Part 1 in this series, this session provides a deeper view into some of the fundamental building blocks of Data Distribution ServiceTM (DDS) and how they relate to the Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA). One of the significant advantages of DDS for GVA is that it is an open standard. The fundamental operation of DDS is non-proprietary, and it is designed to ensure interconnectivity between different implementations and systems. These core principles of DDS align perfectly with the purposes for which the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) first developed the GVA standard. An additional benefit of the DDS open standard is that it is continuously evolving. This could be challenging, yet GVA has shown itself to be ready to evolve to leverage important features from newly-released DDS-related standards from the Object Management Group (OMG). In this webinar, we will discuss some of the features of DDS that are of critical importance to GVA. We will also explore some of the newer features introduced in the latest versions of the OMG specifications that govern DDS. This webinar will include discussions on:: - Quality of Service: How it is defined, and how it is used in GVA - Interface Description Language (IDL) overview - Datatypes: How they are defined in DDS, and the importance of the latest changes to the OMG specifications to the Land Data Model
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