simulation, proof of concept

Simulation:

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  • Some issues are too complex, or involve too many combinations to be solved analytically
  • Simulation is the solution
  • Thanks to our competence in systems engineering, Cogisys can develop
    • The simulator which exactly represents the critical aspects of a system
    • The simulator which provides the answers needed
  • Framework: OMNeT++

Proof of concept:

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  • More often than not, an idea will be regarded as good only if it can be materially demonstrated
  • Cogisys devises prototypes and testbeds for this purpose

Notable missions carried out by COGISYS

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	<li>TACOMS (Tactical Communications) is a NATO project to enhance interoperability between the tactical networks deployed by different nations participating in an overseas task force</li>
	<li>The operation of the Cogisys TACOMS gateway was proved to be trouble-free through more than 10 exercises involving 10 nations</li>
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Arms Procurement Agency

Cogisys carried out the implementation of TACOMS in France

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  • TACOMS (Tactical Communications) is a NATO project to enhance interoperability between the tactical networks deployed by different nations participating in an overseas task force
  • The operation of the Cogisys TACOMS gateway was proved to be trouble-free through more than 10 exercises involving 10 nations
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	<li>We fine-tuned optimisation mechanisms on a testbed</li>
	<li>Then we demonstrated them in real scale with vehicles on the field</li>
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Arms Procurement Agency

Proof of concept for a solution optimising quality of service over WiFi and WIMAX radio links

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  • We fine-tuned optimisation mechanisms on a testbed
  • Then we demonstrated them in real scale with vehicles on the field

Information systems provider

Simulation of the performances of IP communications over narrowband tactical radio links

Industrial prime contractor in satellite communications

Simulation of a modem system implementing dynamic demand-assignment
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  • We created a model of the system as-is
  • We created a model of its planned enhancements
  • We finally compared the performances of the two models