My name is Brad Dillman, I work for Defence Research & Development Canada Atlantic.


I’m working on time management for OpenHLA in my spare time (what there is), check out the development mailing list. I’ve spent some time learning how time management algorithms work when used on WANs (with latency of 10’s or 100’s of milliseconds).


We develop simulations for the Canadian Forces, mostly RPR2-D17 and VMSA FOMs, all written in Java (and Groovy). Our simulations usually focus on navy or air platforms and scenarios.


However, most of our colleagues use C++, though a few use Java.



Brad Dillman, DRDC Atlantic