ODIN
ODIN
Underwater Warfare Simulation Tool of Choice for the MOD.

ODIN

ODIN is the complete underwater warfare software simulation, with the capability to design, evaluate and determine naval requirements in the 21st Century.

Providing an advanced capability to model a complete engagement scenario, ODIN models the detailed interaction between entities, be they torpedoes, countermeasures, ships or seabed objects such as reefs and rocks, whilst retaining an execution speed sufficient for both real-time operations and detailed studies.

Written in ANSI C++, ODIN runs under MS Windows, Linux, or Solaris on PCs or workstations.

Main Features

  • Acoustic modelling
  • User selectable fidelity
  • Machine independence
  • Tactical data language
  • Interfacing with other models
  • Extendable functionality
  • Easily configurable
  • Validated models
  • Platform tactics can be written in C++ and/or ODIN’s High Level Language (HLL)

Technical Overview

Extended target signatures

  • Targets, wakes, false contacts

Sonar processing

  • Beam-forming, detection, association
  • Doppler processing
  • Tracking, classification

Multiple fidelity

  • Sonar equation or time series (using Nereus)

Acoustic environment

  • Self-noise, reverberation, ambient noise (including vertically anisotropic noise)
  • Propagation loss, iso-velocity, or multi-layer complex shallow water using multi-path and ray bending
ODIN allows detail and fidelity to be tailored to particular requirements

Entities

  • Single torpedo attack to multi-ship scenarios

Target signature

  • Single or multiple highlights—omnidirectional or aspect dependent

Sonar

  • Sonar equation to time series
Connecting ODIN to other models provides greater functionality

Virtual Battlelab

  • HLA interface gives the submarine commander realistic weapon and countermeasure representations

Nereus

  • TCP/IP interface enables higher fidelity signal processing and time series data analysis

SURVIVE

  • File transfer allows better prediction of likely platform vulnerability

Matlab

  • TCP/IP link allows the scientist to develop algorithms in a familiar COTS package

SIMDIS

  • TCP/IP provides a runtime interface to this graphics tool—ODIN output can also be visualised post run
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