December 19, 2011 – FOI Swedish Defence Research Agency, in Stockholm, Sweden, chose FLAMES Development Suite to support analytical research and development and to support collaborative development efforts with Saab.View Page
December 6, 2011 – Armoured Corps Centre & School (ACC&S), School of Armoured Warfare (SAW) purchased FLARE to support their development of FLAMES-based mechanized warfare training systems. Integrated Digital Systems, Ternion’s official FLAMES Distributor in India, assisted ACC&S, SAW with this ...View Page
Ternion Corporation and the FLAMES User Group hosted a breakfast during the 2011 I/ITSEC Conference. At the event, Ternion’s president, Brad Spearing, delivered a presentation on FLAMES. Each attendee received a free, permanent license and installation CD for the FLAMES 10.0 Runtime Suite.
Ternion’s exhibit at I/ITSEC 2011 focused on real world applications of FLAMES-based simulations. A demonstration of Ternion’s FLAMES-based Air Defense Systems Integrator (ADSI®) training simulation was on display at Ternion’s booth. Additionally, the FLAMES-based Command and Control Weapon System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT) was demonstrated at this year’s show.
Field Deployable ADSI Training System: The exhibit featured Ultra Electronics’ ADSI system being driven by a FLAMES-based simulation.
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Huntsville, AL – November 29, 2011 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 10.0. Users will find this new version both easier to use and more powerful, and developers will be able to add more custom capability with even less effort.
Ternion rewrote the ENTIRE low-level graphical user interface (GUI) subsystem of FLAMES to be based on Qt, an open-source, cross-platform application and user interface framework. This was a ...View Page
September 13, 2011 – For the ninth 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
Huntsville, AL – August 25, 2011 – FLAMES®, version 9.1.1 has been released. This version is an incremental release that corrects a few small problems discovered in the Windows version of FLAMES 9.1. The following is a summary of the problems that were corrected. If you are using version 9.1 and have experienced any of the problems described below, you should upgrade to version 9.1.1. Otherwise, there is no need to upgrade.
August 1, 2011 – The Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Vehicle Directorate (AFRL/RB) purchased additional FLAMES Development Suite licenses to support future air vehicle concept analysis using ...View Page
Ternion Corporation exhibited FLAMES at the ITEC show in Cologne, Germany.
May 10-12, 2011
Meetings were scheduled to discuss specific project requirements and how companies might benefit from FLAMES.View Page
Huntsville, AL – March 29, 2011 – Ternion® Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 9.1. This new version has been created to make FLAMES® more affordable for a larger number of organizations.
In version 9.1, the FLAMES Development Suite is subdivided into eight separately priced products:
March 3, 2011 – Johns Hopkins University Applied Research Laboratory (JHU/APL) upgraded its FLAMES Development Licenses to the FLAMES Enterprise Edition to support analytical research ...View Page