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The Assignment is issued under the Engineering department. This department is responsible for the realization of all systems put under contract as well as product development. This assignment is part of activities in the field of training and simulation from the engineering department.
The use of VR for training simulation and collaboration is growing in the world. Us of VR can lead to big cost savings for our customers. Thales investigates and develops a 3D virtual world application ( called Social Virtual Worlds) to be added to the product portfolio for training & collaboration. The VR Application we use is the opens course application called OpenSim with its associated VR viewer. OpenSim is based on the well known VR SecondLife a product of Linden Labs. In the US
The VR can be used to visualize data outside of the VR from various interfaces and the internet. An example of such an application is to position objects from a trajectory simulator running on the internet on a land pam in the VR. To be able to do these things a generic way of interfacing with the externals sources is needed. This generic application should be easy to instantiate to the source you want to integrate with the VR.
The assignment is to design a frame work in a dedicated separate server which has a communication protocol with the OpenSim application and can received information from various dedicated interfaces or the internet. The frame work must allow its user to create the conversions quickly and efficient. The interface to the VR is defined as HTTP.
Part of the assignment is implementing the framework and establish an interface with our Command & Control system TACTICOS.
The work to be done is to
Define an Design a framework for data conversion of sources to an interface with the VR Implement a prototype of the framework. Use the framework to create a connection between the VR and the TACTICOS CMS.
HTML, PHP , C , C++, Java, Java script. Web applicaties