December 18, 2007 – Northrop Grumman purchased additional runtime licenses to expand the FLAMES installation at its Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis Facility (MSAF) in Baltimore, Maryland.View Page
Ternion’s exhibit at I/ITSEC 2007 showcased the flexibility of the FLAMES Simulation Framework and some of the ways it is being used by customers worldwide.
Proven Solution for Live Virtual Constructive – The exhibit featured a virtual C4I system being driven by a FLAMES-based simulation.
Ternion Corporation and the FLAMES User Group hosted a breakfast during the 2007 I/ITSEC Conference. At the event, Ternion’s president, Brad Spearing, talked about why customers worldwide have chosen FLAMES as their constructive simulation framework for a variety of different applications.
November 8, 2007 – The Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation (AFAMS) purchased a variety of runtime licenses to deploy the FLAMES-based Command and Control Weapons System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT) for inclusion in the Air and Space Constructive Environment (ACE) at ...View Page
November 5, 2007 – Radiance Technologies purchased additional FLAMES licenses to further support the National Air and Space Intelligence Center’s (NASIC’s) integrated air defense systems analysis simulation called HELIOS, as well as with the integration of HELIOS with the FLAMES-based USAF Command and ...View Page
October 17, 2007 – The NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Force (NAEW&CF) E-3 Component, located in Geilenkirchen, Germany, purchased FLAMES licenses to train controllers on the fundamental principles of controlling intercepts using the Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) E-3A aircraft.View Page
Accounting for human decision making in trade studies is critical, complex, and extremely time-consuming. Find out how Georgia Tech dramatically reduced the time needed to complete these studies in a 50-minute video presentation recorded during a live webcast hosted by Phoenix Integration® on September 28, 2007.
In this video, Dr. Patrick Biltgen shows how Georgia Tech used PHX ModelCenter®, PHX CenterLink® and HPC clusters to automatically execute FLAMES simulations with the Enhanced Analysis feature, allowing planners to account for human ...View Page
September 21, 2007 – The US Air Force 96th CG-SCWDT/46th Test Wing purchased additional licenses to a variety of FLAMES products to support the FLAMES-based Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT). The C2WSPTT will be used for testing developmental components ...View Page
September 7, 2007 – The Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate’s Guidance Navigation and Control (AFRL/MNGN) branch purchased licenses to the FLAMES Advanced Correlated Terrain (FACT) Option. FACT will be used to model land-based target movement for the development of navigation and ...View Page
June 26-27, 2007 – Conference at Holiday Inn Research Park, Huntsville, AL
June 27, 2007 – Ski Party and Bar-b-que Dinner at Lakehouse, Guntersville, AL
June 28, 2007 – Technical Interchange/training day at Ternion Corporation’s headquarters
On the first ...View Page
April 13, 2007 – Air Force Air Armament Center (AAC/XR) purchased additional licenses to various FLAMES applications and options to create a collaborative environment for distributive simulations. AAC/XR also plans to develop a repository of custom models for use in FLAMES-based simulations.View Page
There’s a quick and easy way to conduct complex parametric trade studies you never thought possible with the FLAMES Enhanced Analysis module and Phoenix Integration’s PHX ModelCenter. To find out how, watch a 25-minute video demo recorded during the live webcast hosted by Phoenix Integration® on March 20, 2007.
The video demonstrates how easy it is to set up a trade study in FLAMES using the features of the Enhanced Analysis feature. It also highlights the new PHX ModelCenter plug-ins ...View Page
March 23, 2007 – Northrop Grumman purchased additional FLAMES licenses for its Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis Facility (MSAF) to support the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the Wright Brothers Institute (WBI), both of which are located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in ...View Page