December 23, 2009 – Raytheon purchased FLAMES licenses for research and development in the Classified Enterprise Sensing Architecture (CESA) lab located in its Missile Defense Center in Woburn, Massachusetts.View Page
Huntsville, AL – December 21, 2009 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 8.1. This version includes some of the most exciting enhancements ever added to FLAMES. If you’ve looked at FLAMES before, you will definitely want to look at it again.
Some of the most obvious enhancements in version 8.1 are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES documentation for additional details on these and other enhancements.
New Command Editor. ...
Ternion’s exhibit at I/ITSEC 2009 focused on the new features of FLAMES Version 8.1 and demonstrated multiple Live Virtual Constructive applications of FLAMES, including the U.S. Air Force’s Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT).
UAV Video feed – Simulated UAV video can be generated using light-weight, easy to use applications that are fully integrated and correlated with an executing scenario. Like other FLAMES-based applications, no runtime fees are required.
Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) – A ...View Page
Ternion Corporation and the FLAMES User Group hosted a breakfast during the 2009 I/ITSEC Conference. At the event, Ternion’s president, Brad Spearing, previewed new features in FLAMES 8.1. Each attendee received a free, permanent license and installation CD for FLAMES 8.1, which includes a new video tutorial and demonstration scenarios.
November 20, 2009 – The Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology within the Taiwan Military selected FLAMES as the simulation framework for a new training system for command and control, distributed wargaming, and weapon systems applications. Formosa Scientific, Inc. of Taipei, Taiwan, will ...View Page
September 30, 2009 – For the seventh year in a row, Military Training Technology magazine recognized Ternion Corporation on its prestigious Top Training and Simulation Companies List. The publication first presented this honor to Ternion Corporation in 2003.
Read more at Military Training Technology online.View Page
June 23, 2009 – The NATO C3 Agency leased multiple FLAMES licenses to train the Italian Air Force Comando Operativo Forze Aeree (COFA) in Poggio Renatico, Italy. NATO’s FLAMES-based Integrated Training Capability (ITC) will be used with their Joint Planning and Execution Coordination Tools (JPECT) to train COFA on air command and control capabilities.View Page
June 23, 2009 – The Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, purchased another FLAMES Enterprise Edition Development Suite license. MSIC uses FLAMES to support the Combined Arms Model Program and integration with HELIOS, ...View Page
March 26, 2009 – Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), Aerospace Systems Analysis division purchased additional FLAMES licenses. JHU/APL uses FLAMES to support the Air Force Research Laboratory Air Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/RB) ...View Page
Huntsville, AL – February 16, 2009 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 8.0.1. This is the first full release of the new FLAMES Enterprise and Professional Editions. Version 8.0 was only released as a runtime version of the FLAMES Enterprise Edition on December 2, 2008.
Some of the most obvious new features of version 8.0.1 are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES documentation for additional details on these ...View Page
February 1, 2009 – Ternion Corporation President Brad Spearing was quoted as a subject-matter expert on constructive simulation in a Military Training Technology magazine article titled “A Constructive Effort”.
The article mentions FLAMES as a commercial, off-the-shelf alternative for developing constructive simulations. It quotes Spearing as stating, “Practically every military user has requirements that are unique. So, we don’t believe it’s possible to build ...View Page