The Anti-Air Warfare Model (AAWM) is a model that analyzes the performance and organization requirements of air defense weapon systems, taking into account the enemy's tactics. It provides results similar to real-world scenarios by simulating the dynamic characteristics of aircraft and the engagement capabilities of air defense weapon systems in a three-dimensional terrain environment. The model considers the performance and battlefield environmental parameters of SAMs (Surface-to-Air Missiles), radar, AAA (Anti-Aircraft Artillery), and the threat posed by enemy air tactics.
AAWM System Architecture
Simulation of various air defense weapon system performance (radar detection range, weapon range, hit probability, etc.) used in air defense operations.
Simulation of enemy air force tactical operations considering the dynamic characteristics of aircraft in a three-dimensional terrain environment.
Simulation and analysis of the performance and optimal organization/requirements of air defense units and weapon systems.
AAWM Key Functions
From data input/modification of air defense weapon system characteristics, enemy unit operational information, etc., to result output, all can be processed on a single screen.
Visualization of analysis results on situation maps and provision of output analysis in formats like Excel.
Easy addition and extension of new logic using the DEVS modeling technique.