VCCI, the Virtual Command and Control Interface, is used to support simulation based training to the military. It is the middleware that sits between 3rd party simulators and military command and control applications. In broad terms, VCCI offers data translation, transformation and coordination services between 3rd party simulators and military command and control applications. It also provides value added simulation services in its own right.
Aramis is a Military Off-The-Shelf (MOTS) After Action Review (AAR) tool that graphically represents complex simulation data captured from a military exercise. It allows the AAR analyst to quickly locate issues and specific topics from the exercise and display it in a meaningful fashion, thereby increasing the value of the event for the primary training audience. Because Aramis extracts its exercise data from NATO's Multilateral Interoperability Protocol (MIP) Land Command and Control Information Exchange Data Model (LC2IEDM), it is simulation independent.
Paradigm is a distributed component architecture which leverages the
following architectural concepts, standards and best practices:
1) A Service Oriented approach to introducing and implementing capabilities (e.g. modelling and simulation capabilities).
2) An N-Tier architectural structure that maintains separation between presentation layers, business layers and resource layers.
3) A two tier Hub and Spoke interaction mechanism which allows data to flow between components using both a request / response model and a publish / subscribe model.
Synthetic Environment Resource Repository (SERR) is for Modelling and Simulation (M&S) experts who need to track, manage and maintain critical M&S assets. Unlike other programs and tools that require M&S experts to manually move, upload or otherwise transfer assets into M&S repositories, SERR was fundamentally designed to leave assets where they live. By leaving the assets where they live, changes and improvements are automatically detected and submitted to the M&S repository so that the repository constantly up to date with little-to-no human intervention.
MELS (the Master Event List Simulation) makes full use of SimFront's flexible and robust Paradigm application architecture to provide an environment that allows exercise staff to create, edit, manage and execute simulation events. MELS provides the ability to develop a predetermined scripted series of events or to inject events dynamically during exercise execution. MELS provides a powerful context based events editor that allows exercise staff to create a diverse set of events including text, chat, audio, video, image and email. The events are scheduled or injected deterministically as required.
T4 ATC is for organizations that need to train Air Traffic Control (ATC) Tower controllers to operate in highly unique ATC environments without using human role players. T4 ATC is a data driven system desktop training system that utilizes speech recognition to allow ATC trainees to independently practice pattern management and conflict resolution within the context of their own environment.
T4 Watch is an interactive Officer of the Watch (OOW) training program. Designed for OOW trainees who want to practice conning a ship in response to various signal executions. A trainee is positioned within the bridge of HMCS Montreal to execute signal (maneuvers) with Orca 5-8. Simulated bridge players include the Nav Comm, Range\Rel Vel, Commanding Officer and Helmsman. Tailored to the Royal Canadian Navy, (RCN) T4 Watch is a single player, multi-entity training system built on SimFront's Radiant Automatic speech recognition Training Environment (RATE) platform that easily installs to a single laptop.
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