Posts Tagged 'AFRL'

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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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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Ternion Wins Phase II SBIR for AFRL/MN

June 13, 2006 – Ternion Corporation won a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Award to develop a complete, end-to-end weapon design tool (WDT) prototype for the Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate (AFRL/MN). This FLAMES-based WDT prototype will provide easy integration of legacy software models and will include a comprehensive analytical capability for conducting efficient and exhaustive, automated trade studies.

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AFRL/MN Adds DIS to FLAMES Simulations

April 26, 2006 – The Air Force Research Lab Munitions Directorate (AFRL/MN) purchased the FLAMES Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) option to expand the capability of its FLAMES-based simulations. FLAMES is the framework for simulations used by AFRL/MN to design and analyze next-generation weapon systems.

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Johns Hopkins Purchases Additional FLAMES Licenses

April 19, 2006 – The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL) purchased additional FLAMES licenses to support the Air Force Research Lab Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/VA) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. APL uses FLAMES in virtual simulator programs and for the analysis of net-centric operations.

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AFRL Expands Use of FLAMES

January 16, 2006 – The US Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/VA) located at Wright Patterson AFB purchased licenses to several additional FLAMES runtime products. 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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Charles River Analytics Selects FLAMES to Collaborate with AFRL/VA

October 7, 2005 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce that Charles River Analytics Inc. has acquired licenses for FLAMES standard applications and for several FLAMES options to use in collaboration with the Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/VA). Charles River Analytics, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, develops custom intelligent systems for a number of government, defense, intelligence, and commercial customers.

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ARA and AFRL/MN Demonstrated 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 ...

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