The US Air Force sponsored a PC-based Simulation Working Group (PCWG) meeting, which was held on April 26-27, 2005 at the Embassy Suites Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV. The purpose of the PCWG is to provide a forum to discuss issues and exchange information pertaining to the use of Personal Computers for both real-time and non-real-time simulation applications. This Working Group’s specific focus is on the simulation of Aerospace Vehicles and their related subsystems.
Due to the wide and growing use of FLAMES within the Air Force, Ternion Corporation was invited to speak at the PCWG meeting. The focus of Ternion’s presentation was how FLAMES allows simulations to be developed as independent components that can be shared among FLAMES users.