Multi-domain network planners and operators can use digital twins to adapt to evolving traffic and resource demands as well as to changes in protocols and technologies. Using a network digital twin, they can safely experiment with different solutions, determine the optimal configuration for their networks and assess their resiliency to cyberattacks in a high fidelity, easy-to-use, easy-to-integrate, real-time or faster-than-real-time live-virtual-constructive environment with in-depth visualization and analysis capabilities. This webinar will describe and demonstrate how SCALABLE’s emulation platform, EXata, can be used to create and leverage multi-domain network digital twins.
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Captain Jeff Hoyle, USN (Retired) leads SCALABLE Network Technologies communications and networking developments for the Department of Defense and Intelligence communities. Prior to joining Scalable, he served as Director of Advanced Maritime Programs for Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, a leading provider of military autonomous systems, and Director of Technology and Navy Programs for AtHoc, Inc., a leading provider of crisis communications capabilities to multiple Federal agencies. While on active duty, Captain Hoyle supervised all aspects of US Navy operations on five submarines and one aircraft carrier, including command of USS MAINE (SSBN 741) and ten deployments to forward operating regions on missions vital to national security. As a Defense Acquisition Program Manager, he led development of submarine exterior communications systems and joint tactical networking capabilities for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.