Tag Archives: simulation

Legion Training, Roy Aircraft Pick ENSCO’s Avionics Display Toolkit for UAS Simulation Module

ENSCO will supply an application development toolkit for cockpit display systems to Legion Training and Simulation LLC and Roy Aircraft and Avionic Simulation Inc. The aircraft training firms will incorporate ENSCO’s IData graphical displays toolkit into a Virtual ENvironment Operations Module for unmanned aerial systems, ENSCO said Monday. The IData and VENOM …

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Andrew Bushnell: Lockheed-RedEye Team Builds Tank Simulators Through 3D Printing

Lockheed Martin‘s space systems business has partnered with rapid prototyping firm RedEye to build two fuel tanks for a satellite simulation project with a three-dimensional printing technology tool. The companies used RedEye’s fused deposition modeling system to develop large satellite fuel tank simulators within a compressed time frame, RedEye said …

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Lockheed-NASA Team Puts Orion Spacecraft to Launch, Ascent Vibration Test

Lockheed Martin and NASA have completed a series of environmental tests on the Orion spacecraft to monitor how it performed during simulated launch and ascent vibrations. Engineers who conducted the Multi-Point Random Vibration Testing compared results and predictions and worked to verify the performance of at least 20 avionics and propulsion systems, Lockheed …

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Ed Morche: Level 3’s Network Incorporated in Northrop Air Force Training Tools

Level 3 Communications has been awarded a subcontract to provide connectivity services for Northrop Grumman-built simulation and training systems used by the Air Force. The Air Force’s distributed mission operation network uses Northrop simulators that are designed for the branch to train pilots on aerial refueling and other complex flight maneuvers, …

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Leidos Partners with MacAulay-Brown for Simulated Weapons Testing; Fred Norman Comments

Leidos has enlisted national security company MacAulay-Brown to provide hardware-in-the-loop simulation and testing services for military programs at the Guided Weapons Evaluation Facility at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. MacB said Monday it will test weapons systems for readiness and simulate battlefield conditions using an HIL controller. “HIL-based simulation …

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Leonard Genna: L-3’s Intl Customers Want ‘Live Virtual Constructive’ Tech

L-3 Communications‘ international customers are increasingly seeking to acquire simulation systems that multiple people can participate in as they want to create a virtual battlespace for training, L-3 Link Simulation & Training President Leonard Genna told Defense News in an interview published Monday. Genna described the goal of the “live virtual …

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Rich White, Capstone Corp. CEO, on Leading a ‘Small Large’ GovCon Firm, Tech Convergence in Training and Info Solutions & the Demand for Virtual Environments

Rich White joined Capstone Corporation in May 2013 and serves as chief executive at the provider of information; training; and strategy, planning and operations solutions and services to the federal government. White joined Capstone from Harris Corp, where he spent more than 30 years and held executive leadership positions in …

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CAE Helps Build Simulation-Based Paramedic Training System

CAE and Ambulance Victoria have designed a training system for medical professionals to handle multiple casualties in times of emergencies at the SimTect/SimHealth exhibition in Australia Tuesday. Ambulance Victoria Virtual Paramedic, a finalist at the SimTect Serious Games Showcase and Challenge, works to offer simulation scenarios of situations that need immediate …

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Boeing Updates Cyber Training Software; Dewey Houck Comments

Boeing has released a new software platform designed to help governments and industry customers test security offerings and train security personnel in a virtual environments similar to actual networks. Version 2.0 of Cyber Range-in-a-Box also works to assess and monitor the performance of users and systems for simulation purposes, Boeing said Monday. Dewey …

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