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FLAMES Overview

FLAMES Overview Brochure

Overview of the FLAMES® family of simulation framework products and options, possible applications, example models, and customization flexibility

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 FLAMES Automated Simulation Trainer (FAST)FAST: Field Deployable Training System

Describes how Ternion’s FLAMES®-based FAST Training System can provide users with a powerful, deployable training device that can be operated without outside agency support
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FLAMES for Live Virtual Constructive

Proven Solution for Live Virtual Constructive

Explains how FLAMES interfaces with live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) systems for testing, training, and mission rehearsal systems

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Build High Fidelity Virtual Simulators with FLAMES

A Better Way to Build High-Fidelity Virtual Simulators

Explains how the FLAMES Client/Server approach addresses bandwidth and latency issues normally encountered when connecting high-fidelity virtual simulators with DIS or HLA

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Complex Systems Analysis with FLAMES

FLAMES Makes Complex Systems Analysis Simple

Describes how to conduct complex analysis in three simple steps with FLAMES and the Enhanced Analysis module

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Ternion FLAMES Users Customers

FLAMES Customers

Provides a partial list of FLAMES customers in both government and commercial organizations worldwide.

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Air Force Research Lab Munitions Directorate AFRL / RW Case Study

Air Force Research Lab Analysis Case Study

Describes how Applied Research Associates (ARA) used FLAMES to develop a system-of-systems simulation to analyze conceptual weapons systems for AFRL/RW.

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Air Force C2WSPTT Case Study

Air Force C2WSPTT Case Study

Describes how Ternion helped the Air Force 505th Communications Squadron (505 CS) develop a low-cost, high-fidelity modeling and simulation capability with FLAMES for Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) in-garrison training.

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