Ternion exhibited at I/ITSEC 2010. The exhibit focused on the new features of FLAMES® Version 9.0. Ternion also demonstrated multiple FLAMES-based Live Virtual Constructive applications, which included the U.S. Air Force’s Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT).
Highlights from the show:
UAV Video feed
This FLAMES-based demo showed FLAMES ability to easily integrate and correlate simulated UAV video feed within an executing FLAMES scenario.
Live Virtual Constructive (LVC)
FLAMES’s LVC capabilities were demonstrated through a FLAMES-based command and control simulation at this year’s show. This particular demo makes use of the FLAMES client/server modules.
Commercial Airport and Air Traffic Control
The focus of this demo was to display FLAMES ability to simulate an air traffic controller’s management of a commercial airport.
U.S. Air Force Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT)
BK Stover, C2WSPTT Contractor Project Manager, joined Ternion® at I/ITSEC to demonstrate the FLAMES-based C2WSPTT, which is used to train US Air Force Air and Space Operation Center (AOC) warfighters.
For the first time,Ternion demonstrated the new features in FLAMES 9.0, including a built-in semi-automated forces (SAF) capability and path-finding algorithm. A new version of FLAMES for 64-bit Windows computers demonstrated the product’s ability to support much larger scenarios and terrain databases. Free 9.0 runtime licenses and installation CDs were distributed at the show.
Ternion received MT2’s Innovation Award
Military Training Technology (MT2) Recognizes Ternion for Innovation (blue ribbon award)
The Breakfast with Ternion Corporation was held on Tuesday morning during I/ITSEC 2010.