Posts Tagged '2006'

Ternion Corporation at I/ITSEC 2006

At I/ITSEC 2006, Ternion demonstrated the power of FLAMES for testing, training, and analysis applications.

Highlights from I/ITSEC

A Better Way to Build High-Fidelity Virtual Simulators – Ternion’s exhibit included a flight simulator that demonstrated how FLAMES can support the development of high-fidelity virtual simulators.

FLAMES and PHX ModelCenter for Serious Systems Analysis Tasks – Phoenix Integration illustrated the benefits of using its product, PHX ModelCenter, with FLAMES in a joint product demo.

What’s New in FLAMES 6.1 – Ternion showed off new ...

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2006 Breakfast with Ternion Corporation

The unique features that make FLAMES one of the most robust and flexible simulation frameworks on the market were the focus of Ternion Corporation’s presentation during the FLAMES User Group Meeting and Breakfast during the 2006 I/ITSEC Conference.

Presentation Highlights

  • Overview of FLAMES
  • New Features in FLAMES 6.1
  • Plans for Future FLAMES Releases
  • Overview of Ternion’s Booth at I/ITSEC
  • Plans for the upcoming FLAMES User Group Conference

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FLAMES 6.1.1 Released

Huntsville, AL – November 2, 2006 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES version 6.1.1. This new version corrects minor errors found in version 6.1. If you have already received FLAMES version 6.1, you will automatically receive version 6.1.1 in the mail. If you have not received 6.1 and have active software maintenance, you may request 6.1.1 at no additional cost. Please contact customer support to make your request.

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AFRL Expands FLAMES Usage

October 11, 2006 – The Air Force Research Lab Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/VA) expanded its FLAMES installation further with additional licenses to various applications and options. AFRL/VA uses FLAMES as the framework for several simulations that are used in systems design and analysis and that provide the synthetic environment for virtual simulators.

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Raytheon Conducts USMC Training Event with FLAMES-based Simulation

September 11, 2006 – Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) San Diego leased FLAMES licenses to support an instructor and as many as eighteen students as part of a one-week training event for the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC). The focus of the training event was to provide students with user instruction for the FLAMES-based Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S) Simulation and Training capability, or SimTrainer. Ternion developed the SimTrainer under contract to Raytheon IDS as part of the CAC2S ...

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FLAMES 6.1 Released

Huntsville, AL – August 21, 2006 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 6.1. This version is filled with many powerful new features, some of which are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES 6.1 documentation for details.

FLAMES 6.1 Enhancements:

Simplified Scenario Creation. The “patterns” that were introduced in version 6.0 have been improved in many ways to make scenario creation easier than ever.

User Interface Enhancements. Several new features have been added to the ...

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JHU/APL Expands Use of FLAMES

July 25, 2006 – Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) purchased additional runtime licenses to several FLAMES applications and options to expand its support for the Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/VA).  JHU/APL uses FLAMES-based simulations to analyze the performance and effectiveness of multiple Air Force systems.

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