Sedris

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Note: SEDRIS used to be an acronym for Synthetic Environment Data Representation and Interchange Specification but it is now used as a noun.

SEDRIS main sponsor is the DoD Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office (M&S CO), formerly the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO). It is intended to enable the interchange of synthetic data including terrain, features and models.

SEDRIS technologies provide the means to represent environmental data (terrain, ocean, air and space), and promote the unambiguous, loss-less and non-proprietary interchange of environmental data.

SEDRIS is fundamentally about:

  1. the representation of environmental data, and
  2. the interchange of environmental data sets.

The SEDRIS SDK is a software development kit available in both binary and source code formats. Both C and C++ programming interfaces are provided.

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SEDRIS has led to forming the series standards of

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