Fidelity Technologies has received a memorandum of agreement certification for its virtual simulation product line designed for use in joint terminal attack controller training.
The company said Friday the joint fire support executive steering committee granted the MOA accreditation after the Fidelity Fires product line met the 2015 JTAC Joint Mission Essential Task List training requirements across various conditions.
Those conditions include surface-to-surface fires, ground-based laser target designation, video downlink and air-to-surface fires.
Fidelity Fires has turret and radar systems, tracer densities and tracking tools that work to allow users to train against hostile threats in area-denial and anti-access environments.
Reading, Pennsylvania-based Fidelity Technologies provides simulation and training systems, contract manufacturing and field training support services to U.S. and international defense and commercial clients.