November 17, 2010 – International Game Technology (IGT) purchased additional FLAMES licenses to support the development of a commercial video war game.Continue Reading
November 2, 2010 – The U.S. Air Force 505th Communications Squadron (505 CS) purchased two FLAMES development licenses for continued development on its FLAMES-based Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT). C2WSPTT supports in-garrison training for Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) units.Continue Reading
October 25, 2010 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to welcome AlmedTech FZE as an official distributor of FLAMES products in the Middle East and North Africa.
AlmedTech FZE Contact Information
Itihad Street, Latifa Tower No – 1802
Al Nahada 1, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 50 3007648
Fax: +1 866 550 1681
Web site: www.almedtech.com
September 15, 2010 – Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine recognized Ternion for Innovation in its annual Top Simulation and Training companies list.
The Innovation designation spotlights enhancements to Ternion’s FLAMES Simulation Framework, including adding more off-the-shelf capability, bundling additional models with the product, and developing a simplified interface for providing commands to model components plugged into the framework.
This is the eighth year Ternion has been listed on MT2’s prestigious Top Simulation and ...Continue Reading
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 ...Continue Reading
Ternion Corporation exhibited FLAMES at the ITEC show in London, UK.
May 18-20, 2010
Meetings were scheduled to discuss specific project requirements and how companies might benefit from FLAMES.Continue Reading
May 18, 2010 – Ternion Corporation won a new one-year, $1.2 million contract from the US Air Force 505th Communications Squadron (505 CS) to continue development on the Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT), which is based on Ternion’s FLAMES Simulation Framework.
“Using FLAMES, Ternion has helped the 505 CS develop an award-winning LVC (live virtual constructive) training simulation,” states Mike Cash, Director of Engineering Services and Co-owner, Ternion Corporation. “We’re excited to continue ...Continue Reading
May 18, 2010 – Ternion Corporation today announced a 40 percent price reduction on its FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite, a powerful framework for developing custom constructive simulations and interfaces to other live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) simulations.
“FLAMES already contains the right mix of robust features and off-the-shelf capability for LVC simulation,” states Barlow Blake, Director of Sales and Marketing, Ternion Corporation. “The new, lower price of FLAMES will allow a larger ...Continue Reading
January 7, 2010 – The Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicle Directorate, Aerospace Vehicles Technology Assessment and Simulation Branch (AFRL/RBCD) purchased more FLAMES development software for interfacing FLAMES with virtual flight simulators for human factors testing analysis using the capabilities of the FLAMES interactive client/server.Continue Reading
Huntsville, AL – December 21, 2009 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 8.1. This version includes some of the most exciting enhancements ever added to FLAMES. If you’ve looked at FLAMES before, you will definitely want to look at it again.
Some of the most obvious enhancements in version 8.1 are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES documentation for additional details on these and other enhancements.
New Command Editor. ...
Ternion’s exhibit at I/ITSEC 2009 focused on the new features of FLAMES Version 8.1 and demonstrated multiple Live Virtual Constructive applications of FLAMES, including the U.S. Air Force’s Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT).
Highlights from the show:
UAV Video feed
Simulated UAV video can be generated using light-weight, easy to use applications that are fully integrated and correlated with an executing scenario. Like other FLAMES-based applications, no runtime fees are required.
Live Virtual Constructive (LVC)
A command and ...
Ternion Corporation and the FLAMES User Group hosted a breakfast during the 2009 I/ITSEC Conference. At the event, Ternion’s president, Brad Spearing, previewed new features in FLAMES 8.1. Each attendee received a free, permanent license and installation CD for FLAMES 8.1, which includes a new video tutorial and demonstration scenarios.
November 20, 2009 – The Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology within the Taiwan Military selected FLAMES as the simulation framework for a new training system for command and control, distributed wargaming, and weapon systems applications. Formosa Scientific, Inc. of Taipei, Taiwan, will integrate FLAMES with hardware to create an open architecture computing system on which the Taiwan Military will develop its FLAMES-based simulation.Continue Reading
September 30, 2009 – For the seventh year in a row, Military Training Technology magazine recognized Ternion Corporation on its prestigious Top Training and Simulation Companies List. The publication first presented this honor to Ternion Corporation in 2003.
Read more at Military Training Technology online.Continue Reading
June 23, 2009 – The Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, purchased another FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite license. MSIC uses FLAMES to support the Combined Arms Model Program and integration with HELIOS, a FLAMES-based integrated air defense systems analysis simulation developed by the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC).Continue Reading