December 23, 2008 – BAE Systems purchased a variety of FLAMES licenses to conduct operational analysis studies and simulate synthetic environments.View Page
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) ...View Page
Ternion’s exhibit at I/ITSEC 2008 focused on the release of the new FLAMES Enterprise Edition, which was announced at the show, as well as Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) and analysis applications of the product.
New FLAMES Enterprise Edition Announced – 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 out ...
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 ...View Page
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 ...View Page
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.View Page
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.View Page
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.View Page
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.View Page
Huntsville, AL – June 6, 2008 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 7.1. This is a relatively small release because Ternion has some exciting new features that it wants to provide to customers quickly. A few of these new features are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES 7.1 documentation for additional details on these and other product enhancements.
Enhanced Analysis Option Enhancements. FIRE has been enhanced to ...View Page
April 7, 2008 – The Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) purchased licenses to a variety of FLAMES applications and options for its Joint Research Analysis and Assessment Center (JRAAC) in order to use HELIOS, a FLAMES-based integrated air defense systems analysis simulation ...View Page
March 7, 2008 – The U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) purchased various runtime licenses to use the FLAMES-based HELIOS, an integrated air defense systems analysis simulation developed by the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC). USSTRATCOM is headquartered at Offutt Air Force Base ...View Page
Huntsville, AL – March 3, 2008 – FLAMES, version 7.0.1 has been released. This version is an incremental release that corrects one small problem discovered in version 7.0 of the FLAMES Enhanced Analysis option. The problem occurs when you are executing FIRE in multiple scenario execution mode using the -ne command line argument or when you are using FIRE with PHX ModelCenter®. If you are using version 7.0 of ...View Page
Huntsville, AL – February 15, 2008 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 7.0. Originally numbered 6.2, the version contained so many exciting and significant improvements that it was renumbered 7.0. Some of these enhancements are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES 7.0 documentation for additional details on these and other product enhancements.
Scenario Execution in FORGE. One of the most dramatic and useful enhancements to FLAMES is ...