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DTC conducted a series of four complex test exercises as part of the Virtual Proving Ground "synthetic environment integration testbed" (SEIT).
Paired with IT DecisionGuru, ACE provides application service providers (ASPs) and Internet service providers (ISPs) with a virtual proving ground for end-to-end infrastructure design and optimization, with visual auto-analysis of the factors affecting end-user service levels.
This state of the art hardware-in-the-loop, commercial off the shelf (COTS) computer system, combined with ADI's unique Systems Integration Services team, enables GM engineers to test the control system on a virtual proving ground and push the design envelope beyond where a human driver would be safe.
These systems will form the Distributed Center in the DoD HPC Modernization Program to support RTTC's Virtual Proving Ground.