High-performance RTI software MAK RTI
High-performance RTI software MAK RTI
MÄK RTI (simulation operation architecture), based on the order-release filtering mechanism, realizes the efficient and reliable release of simulation high-level system (HLA) interactive data, and realizes the performance optimizer of simulation computer CPU, communication network bandwidth, and data storage simulation runtime. Full support HLA interface specification (including HLA1516 and HLA Evolved), and has passed DMSO (US Department of Defense Modeling and Simulation Office) certification, fully supports HLA1.3 and IEEE1516.
MÄK RTI has been tested in actual combat and has mature technology. It is widely used in large-scale military games or military command simulation projects around the world:
MÄK RTI supports universal models, supports most of the world's network topologies, has perfect simulation federation crash, on-site protection, on-site recovery mechanism, and quick network configuration based on GUI.
Ease of use
Through MÄK RTI, HLA federation access to the simulation network is as convenient as wireless Wifi access. The graphical RTI configuration interface enables fast switching of Lightweight / FullCompliant mode, fast selection of RTIEXEC execution network nodes, and fast loading and configuration of new RTIEXEC execution nodes;
No need to edit the RID file, you can configure common connection options;
Click the RTI icon in the Windows taskbar to quickly implement simulated federated access or disconnection and network delay tests, and support users to run the RTI diagnostic tool RTIspy based on the web graphical user interface.
MÄK RTI supports heterogeneous RTI interconnection and interoperability between different vendors. Federal operation can switch between MÄK RTI and other compatible RTI platforms without recompiling or reconnection. It supports HLA 1.3, HLA 1516, and HLA Evolved different simulation protocol models Automatic recognition and loading.
RTIspy®, RTI operating status information diagnosis
RTIspy supports displaying the internal information of the simulated federated RTI to users, and supports users based on API and Web diagnostic GUI to realize customized monitoring or functional modification of the underlying RTI.
RTIspy supports users to debug and simulate RTI running connection problems, modify and track network status messages, and customize new functions.
Web-based RTIspy diagnostic graphical user interface
The Web-based RTIspy GUI displays RTI diagnostic information externally. Users can fully grasp the federated network topology diagram, scan the information of each LRC object, scan the interactive list sent or received, and browse the current status of the FOM ordering and publishing objects, thereby tracking Network connectivity, or tracking federated representative data interaction log and RTI proxy method call work log to help solve complex timing problems. Network and CPU monitoring tools allow users to quickly find federated performance bottlenecks. Different from MOM-based diagnostics and debugging tools, RTIspy can continue to provide data when the HLA connection is uncertain, and through MOM, users can have a deeper understanding of the specific details of the connection that cannot be passed. A lightweight Web server runs as a separate process outside of the RTI component, which maximizes the performance of the RTI.
RTIspy plugin API
RTIspy API allows users to create scripts to modify, extend and find any aspect of RTI's functions. Many customers need a custom RTI, and few people are willing to spend months studying undocumented code, or spend years creating their own RTI. Through the RTIspy API, users can customize the RTI to meet the specific needs of the program. Through these APIs, users can rewrite new network messages, adjust performance according to user specific requirements, and rewrite default key services to change the "line format" of RTI. You can also insert a custom communication mechanism script to replace the default network-based solution, or try to use a new data distribution management (DDM) algorithm.