SEE 2014 was held in Tampa, FL during the SCS Spring Simulation conference. Penn State, UAH, Nebraska, California Polytechnic, Brunel, Munich, Calabria, Genoa, and Bordeaux participated in the live SEE event, with 7 returning university teams and 17 federates adding considerable complexity and record interactivity.
The scenario started at the L2 outpost 3.3 miles above the Moon, where a Cargo Drone had just delivered supplies. As the scenario progresses it includes the the transportation of an asteroid for mining (Penn State). The Communications Satellite (UAH) directs the Cargo Rover (Nebraska) to meet the Shuttle Lander (Penn State) for the delivery of supplies to the Supply Depot (Genoa, Bordeaux). Included was a Astronaut Health Monitoring System (Genoa), but technical difficulties prevented the astronaut (Brunel) from appearing within the simulation.
Cal Poly also had similar difficulties, with their Space Elevator. UAH and Calabria worked together to warn those on the surface of the Moon to impending danger with the Asteroid Warning System, which in turn triggered an evacuation from the surface of the moon and the Asteroid Protection (Calabria) which tracked and destroyed an asteroid. When Calabria announced the all clear, the Mass Driver (UAH) assumed normal operations and launched a cargo drone to L2 Outpost (Munich).