ZedaSoft will work to equip the Apache simulator with its Container-Based Architecture for Simulation software framework and provide simulation hardware equipment under the contract, the company said Wednesday.
CBA for Simulation is a suite of software systems designed to manage arbitrary data updates and serves as the foundation of all ZedaSoft-built simulator tools.
ZedaSoft will hand over the Apache simulator to the U.S. Army for installation at the service branch's distributed test control facility in Redstone, Alabama, to support communication and aviation systems testing activities.
The simulator's pilot station is built on ZedaSoft's Reconfigurable Cockpit System, while the gunner/co-pilot station is based on the company's Reconfigurable Desktop System.
Fort Worth, Texas-based ZedaSoft provides visualization and simulation software platforms for government and commercial clients.