SIMplicity v1.0.4 is an updated release built on top of version 1.0.3 with fixes to the code generation engine to address an issue with with object classes that extend a base class, and are published by different federates. (BUGID : CALYX00003182)
News Archive — 2002
PERTH software developer Calytrix Technologies has notched up its second major sale in as many months, signing the Australian arm of global defence, aviation and aerospace giant Boeing up as a customer for its flagship SIMplicity product.
SIMplicity 1.0.3 delivers the following new features:
Software developer Calytrix Technologies is set to expand its market.
Training for tomorrow's frontline wars begins in virtual battlefields linked by an Australian developer's software. Although software tools have helped developers stitch together business systems, war-fighting simulation developers using High-Level Architecture (HLA) have been on their own - until now.
Collaboration between the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) and a Western Australian software developer will lead to improved simulation development and training in the future for Australia's defence forces.
SOFTWARE developer Calytrix Technologies will soon open offices in North America and Europe to pursue sales of its Calytrix SIMplicity into the major defence markets.
Government congratulates Perth software developer, Calytrix Technologies, on concluding a deal with the Australian Defence Simulation Office.
Reducing risk and saving time and money for defence forces in Australia and overseas is set to make Calytrix Technologies software a household word in simulation development.
The first version of Calytrix SIMplicity was launched at the SimTecT conference in Melbourne on May 13th, 2002.