July 30, 2010 – Mike Cash, Director of Engineering Services and Co-owner of Ternion Corporation, was quoted in Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine’s July 2010 issue regarding the company’s support of the U.S. Air Force’s Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT).
“Ternion’s deliverables under this contract include the analysis, design, development, test, integration, sustainment and documentation of existing capabilities and new software enhancements to the C2WSPTT baseline system using FLAMES,” Cash told MT2.
He continued, “We expect new requirements to be generated by the product as it is further deployed and new, more sophisticated training goals emerge. Each release of the product allows the customer to experience a more intense and potentially more realistic training regimen. Thus, the trainee is able to move from simple tasks to more focused and complex objectives giving rise to new software requirements.”
See the full article in MT2′s Polygons & Lumens section.