April 24, 2009 – VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland purchased a license to the FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite to support simulation efforts with the Finnish Defence Forces.Continue Reading
April 1, 2009 – Ternion® Corporation celebrates its 20th anniversary this month as a leading provider of commercial simulation software and services.
Since its foundation in 1989 as a privately held, employee-owned company, Ternion Corporation has offered simulation products and services that are both innovative and cost-effective. Its flagship product, FLAMES®, is a robust off-the-shelf framework that can be tailored to meet almost any simulation requirement and interface with live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) systems. In addition, Ternion offers
March 26, 2009 – Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), Aerospace Systems Analysis division purchased additional FLAMES licenses. JHU/APL uses FLAMES to support the Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/RB) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on the Long-Range Strike Project and with performance and effectiveness analysis of multiple Air Force systems.Continue Reading
Huntsville, AL – February 16, 2009 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 8.0.1. This is the first full release of the new FLAMES Enterprise and Professional Editions. Version 8.0 was only released as a runtime version of the FLAMES Enterprise Edition on December 2, 2008.
Some of the most obvious new features of version ...Continue Reading
February 1, 2009 – Ternion Corporation President Brad Spearing was quoted as a subject-matter expert on constructive simulation in a Military Training Technology magazine article titled “A Constructive Effort”.
The article mentions FLAMES as a commercial, off-the-shelf alternative for developing constructive simulations. It quotes Spearing as stating, “Practically every military user has requirements that are unique. So, we don’t believe it’s possible to build ...Continue Reading
December 17, 2008– The NATO C3 Agency (NC3A) upgraded from the FLAMES Professional Edition to the Enterprise Edition. With the Enterprise Edition, NC3A will be able to distribute unlimited runtime copies of its Integrated Command and Control software for Air Operations (ICC) Integrated Training Capability (ITC) at no additional cost. FLAMES is also used for the development and sustainment of a NATO Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) training simulation.Continue Reading
A new configuration of the FLAMES product line, the Enterprise Edition, was announced at I/ITSEC during the Breakfast with Ternion. CDs with free licenses to the Enterprise Edition Runtime Suite were given ...
Huntsville, AL – December 2, 2008 – Ternion announced the release of the FLAMES Enterprise Edition at I/ITSEC during the Breakfast with Ternion. Licenses to the base runtime product are free—a revolutionary concept in the commercial simulation industry. Free installation CDs and permanent licenses to the Enterprise Edition Runtime Suite, version 8.0, were given out at Ternion’s I/ITSEC exhibit.
The FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite was released with version 8.0.1, on February 16, 2009.
December 2, 2008 – The National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) at Wright Patterson Air Force Base upgraded its Professional Edition licenses to the FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite. NASIC developed the FLAMES-based HELIOS project for threat analysis of integrated air defense systems (IADS).Continue Reading
Ternion Corporation and the FLAMES User Group hosted a breakfast during the 2008 I/ITSEC Conference. At the event, Ternion’s president, Brad Spearing, announced the release of FLAMES Enterprise Edition with free, unlimited runtime licenses. Each attendee received a free, permanent license and installation CD for the Enterprise Edition Runtime Suite, which includes a video overview and tutorial.
October 30, 2008 – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in Washington, DC, purchased FLAMES runtime licenses for collaborative simulation work with the Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicle Control Directorate (AFRL/RBCD) and the Simulation and Analysis Facility (SimAF), both of which are located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.Continue Reading
October 22, 2008 – HQ AIRNORTH at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany purchased additional FLAMES option licenses for the continued use of the FLAMES-based Integrated Training Capability (ITC) developed by the NATO C3 Agency (NC3A), which provides command and control operator training.Continue Reading
October 21, 2008 – Ubiquitous M&S System, an authorized FLAMES distributor in Singapore, purchased the FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite to create constructive simulation applications, which will be delivered to the Singapore Ministry of Defense (MINDEF) and military.Continue Reading
September 12, 2008 – The Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicle Control Directorate (AFRL/RBCD) upgraded its Professional Edition development licenses to the FLAMES Enterprise Edition. AFRL/RBCD uses FLAMES to support design and analysis of next-generation Air Force systems.Continue Reading
September 9, 2008 – The Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama purchased multiple licenses to the FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite through their support contractor, SPARTA. FLAMES will be used to support engineering research and analysis.Continue Reading