An updated version of the Spatial Multi-species Operating Model (SMOM) of krill-predator-fishery dynamics is described. This has been developed in response to requests for scientific advice regarding the subdivision of the precautionary catch limit for krill among 15 small-scale management units (SSMUs) in the Scotia Sea, to reduce the potential impact of fishing on land-based predators. The model includes krill as prey and four predator groups (penguins, seals, fish and whales) in each of 15 SSMUs. A number of updates have been made to the model such as linking krill growth rate to sea surface temperature, and these are described here. Moreover, the methodology used to condition the model using the WG-SAM set of reference observations for Area 48 (the SAM calendar) is described. Alternative combinations of model parameters essentially try to bound the uncertainty in, for example, the choice of survival rate estimates as well as the functional relationships between predators and prey. An example is given of how this Operating Model can be used to develop a management scheme which includes feedback through management control rules.