Thanks to ImageLinks for demonstrating FLAMES at I/ITSEC 2003.
Using the FLAMES architecture, Applied Research Associates (ARA) is supporting the Air Force Research Lab Munitions Directorate (AFRL/MN) in developing weapon systems for the next decade. FLAMES enabled ARA to develop system-of-systems simulation models very quickly and efficiently. In particular, the FLAMES architecture supports independent equipment modeling, allowing ARA to build models for various communications equipment, sensors, and munitions being considered for the ...Continue Reading
Huntsville, AL – November 17, 2003 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 5.1.1 . Due to requests by our valued customers, we’ve added a new development license product to provide FLAMES developers with more flexibility. We’ve also made a few adjustments and enhancements to 5.1. If you currently have FLAMES version 5.1 installed, you may download 5.1.1 updates without changing your license files.
FLAMES Shared Development License – The new shared development ...Continue Reading
The annual Huntsville Simulation Conference was held in Huntsville, Alabama on October 29 – 31, 2003.
Ternion Corporation gave a presentation at the conference on October 30 describing the technologies embodied in FLAMES that support C4I system testing and training.
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A summit was held at the Marriott Hotel in Huntsville, Alabama on Wednesday October 29, 2003 to discuss real-time synthetic environment development.
Ternion Corporation gave a presentation at the summit describing the FLAMES Advanced Correlated Terrain (FACT) and Correlated Feature options and how these options can be used in any simulation to access and perform calculations on detailed terrain databases.
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Huntsville, AL – August 22, 2003 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 5.1. We’ve added another option to give FLAMES even more off-the-shelf capability. We’ ve also made over 100 changes and enhancements to FLAMES, some of which are described below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES 5.1 documentation for more details.
May 12, 2003 – Kickoff Reception and Tour of Ternion Corporation’s headquarters
May 13-15, 2003 – Conference at Huntsville Marriott Hotel, 5 Tranquility Base, Huntsville, AL
May 14, 2003 – Catered Lunch & Tour at U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL
May 15, 2003 – Conference at Huntsville Marriott Hotel and Water Skiing Social at Lakehouse, Lake Guntersville, AL
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May 9, 2003 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce that the 505 Training Group has won the 2002 Air Force Modeling and Simulation Cross-Functional Award with their FLAMES-based Command and Control Weapons System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT) Simulation. See award announcement below:
Description of acheivements/contributions:
The Air Force Command and Control Training and Innovation Group (AFC2TIG) developed Command and Control Weapons System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT) ...
Ternion Corporation participated in the 2002 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, & Education Conference (I/ITSEC) December 2-5 in Orlando, FL. We showcased our newest Option to FLAMES, the FLAMES Advanced Correlated Terrain (FACT), and gave a sneak preview of version 5.1 which will include the Correlated Features Option. FLAMES 5.1 is planned to be released in the spring of 2003.
In addition, we were pleased to have three of our customers in our booth, ...Continue Reading
Smiths Aerospace developed the Distributed Wargaming System (DWS) used by the Taiwan Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF) for training, tactics development, and systems analysis. We appreciate their FLAMES-based demonstration at I/ITSEC 2002.
See also the “Distributed Wargaming System” PowerPoint presentation given at the FLAMES User Group Conference May 2003.
A big thanks goes out to our loyal customers at the NATO C3 Agency (NC3A) for demonstrating their Integrated Command and Control software for Air Operations (ICC) and their FLAMES-based ICC Training Capability (ITC).
See also the “ITC, FLAMES as an Embedded C2 Training Tool” PowerPoint presentation given at the FLAMES User Group Conference May 2003.
Huntsville, AL – September 6, 2002 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 5.0. It takes major enhancements to make a version of FLAMES worthy of a first digit version number change. We think you’ ll agree that FLAMES version 5.0 is worthy of its number. Outlined below are the two new options and a few of the many enhancements.
ETS News featured the following article in their Winter 2001-2002 Issue describing the differences between commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) products and cost-plus-fixed-fee (CPFF) development.
Which offers the best value – COTS or CPFF? ETS News (Winter 2001-2002) looks at the pros and cons of these purchasing systems.
In an effort to save dollars, many U.S. Department of Defense policy-makers are promoting the use of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) products in lieu of customised, cost-plus-fixed-fee (CPFF) development. Theoretically COTS ...Continue Reading
Huntsville, AL – September 27, 2001 – Ternion Corporation today announced the general release of FLAMES Version 4.4. FLAMES, Ternion’s FLexible Analysis and Mission Effectiveness System, is the only commercially available, open architecture simulation framework that addresses all aspects of behavioral simulation development and use.
The 4.4 release adds an extremely powerful option to FIRE, the scenario execution application of FLAMES. This option, the Checkpoint/Restart Option, collects all of the data values of an executing ...Continue Reading
Huntsville, AL – June 29, 2001 – Ternion Corporation today announced the general release of FLAMES Version 4.3. This release is representative of Ternion Corporation’s commitment to excellence in providing commercially available, computer-based simulation products and services.
A new pricing structure for many of the FLAMES runtime products was also unveiled, with Ternion decreasing the price of many of the FLAMES runtime products. By providing users with runtime licenses for roughly ...Continue Reading
Huntsville, AL – April 12, 2001 – Ternion is pleased to announce the release version 4.2 of FLAMES.
By far the most important enhancement in version 4.2 is the addition of a new option, the FLAMES High Level Architecture (HLA) Option. With the HLA Option, you can:
Huntsville, AL – June 8, 2000 – FLAMES® version 4.1 has been released. Customers with active software maintenance will receive this major new release automatically.
While some of the enhancements embodied in version 4.1 are immediately obvious, many of the most exciting enhancements were made “under the hood”. These changes will make FLAMES more capable and more reliable than ever, lay the foundation for the enhancements planned for future versions, and continue to increase the distinction between FLAMES and competing products. ...Continue Reading