Simulations developed by Ternion have been used to support nearly every requirement for constructive simulation. Ternion has been particularly successful in developing simulations that support command, control, communications, and intelligence (C4I) system operator training, such as the USAF Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT) and the NATO Integrated Training Capability (ITC), and the FLAMES Automated Simulation Trainer (FAST) used by the US Marine Corps.

This topic describes some of the features and benefits of Ternion’s C4I system operator training simulations.

Features of Ternion’s C4I Training Simulations

  • Support for air, land, and sea operations
  • Support for air-to-ground, surface-to-air, and air-to-air missions
  • Support for very large scenarios (over 1,000 players) on a single computer
  • Import of ATO (Air Tasking Orders)/ACOs (Air Control Orders)
  • Automated scenario generation
  • Automated scenario execution
  • Intelligent human behavior modeling
  • Detailed platform and engagement modeling
  • Detailed modeling of C4I systems and communications networks
  • Direct interfaces to real-world C4I systems
  • Message generation and reception in military formats
  • Intuitive and easy-to-use graphical interface
  • After Action Review with 2D and 3D visualization

Benefits of Ternion’s C4I Training Simulations

  • Allows realistic operator training
  • Low-cost and adaptable
  • Can be embedded and deployed with operational C4I systems
  • Minimal hardware required
  • Supports on-demand, in-garrison and in-the-field training
  • Only one operator required
  • Few or no role-players required

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