I/ITSEC 2007 was the best I/ITSEC ever for Calytrix Technologies. We received more visitors to our booth than in past shows. We showed more software products than before. We demonstrated integration with more external systems than before. Calytrix’ software was on display in more booths of other companies than ever before. And … we poured Australian Blue Tongue beer for our booth visitors!
News Archive — 2007
Calytrix Technologies announced today that its LVC Game interface software, has connected the US Army’s OneSAF constructive simulation to the serious gaming platform, Virtual Battlespace 2 (VBS2) from Bohemia Interactive.
The Portico Project is an open-source RTI development effort supported by the Australian Defence Simulation Office (ADSO) and Calytrix Technologies. We are pleased to announce that since its inception, the Portico RTI has now been downloaded over 2000 times.
Acron Capability Engineering announced the release of Acron ESP™ HLA Interface for the Microsoft ESP™ visual simulation platform. Acron built the interface using the Calytrix SIMplicity® integrated development environment.
Calytrix Technologies is pleased to announce the availability of SIMplicity Online, the next generation of Calytrix's simulation development tools.
Calytrix Technologies and Bohemia Interactive are pleased to invite you to join us for a beer this I/ITSEC at booth 3041.
When the JP2098 Project Office was required to transition the various resources of the JCTC into a new project under the banner of the Combined Management Office (CMO) it was only logical that Calytrix would play a key part.
Calytrix Technologies (USA) is pleased to announce the sale of VBS2 and LVC Game to the US Military Academy (USMA), West Point.
Calytrix Technologies is pleased to announce the release of CNR-Sim v2.5 and CNR-Log v1.0 with enhanced recording and playback features.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) is pleased to announce that it has been successful in securing both the Joint Semi-Automated Forces (JSAF) and the Defence Synthetic Environment (DSE) support contracts through the Australian Defence Simulation Office (ADSO). Each contract runs for a potential 3 years and will provide ADSO and the broader ADO with sustained support and development of key simulation systems.
Calytrix Technologies was chosen by Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine (volume 12, issue 4) for inclusion in its annual Top 100 Military Training Technologies companies.
Calytrix Technologies Inc. has expanded its presence in the US by opening a new office in Beavercreek (Dayton), Ohio. This new office is located in the Midwest US for easy access to customers throughout North America, in the heart of the nation’s largest 90-minute air travel market, and just a short hop to government business and simulation centers in Washington DC, Huntsville, and Orlando. Nearby Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is only six miles from Calytrix’ new office.
Lieutenant General Hurley, head of Capability Development Executive (CDE), personally thanked Calytrix Technologies (Australia) for its role in the successful delivery of the Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC) and its demonstration during Talisman Sabre 2007 (TS'07).
Calytrix (Training Systems division, Australia) was pleased to extend its support to Exercise Lion Spirit 2007: a bi-annual activity between New Zealand and Singapore conducted from August 3rd to August 10th in Christchurch.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) is very pleased to announce that the Australian Defence Organisation (ADO), through the Australian Defence Simulation Office (ADSO), has recently entered into an enterprise license agreement for the full suite of Calytrix simulation products.
For the past month Calytrix surged over 30 highly skilled simulation, network, VTC and HLA technicians into the field to support the JCTC proof of concept and TS07.
The 'Mentor' system was used by the Exercise Control Headquarters of Talisman Sabre 07 to coordinate the exercise.
As part of the Joint and Combined Training Capability proof of concept the Calytrix Technologies 'Mentor' system was used to conduct an evaluation of a specific event relating to Special Force operations during Talisman Sabre 07
The US Marine Corps (USMC) has purchased a perpetual enterprise license of Calytrix’ LVC Game software to interface the Marines’ simulation and training systems.
Calytrix Technlogies, along with its prime partner Cubic Applications are very pleased to announce that they are the preferred tender to provide Technical Support to Talisman Sabre 07
CNR-Sim v2.4 now works with the ASTi DACS and Synapse products operating in DIS mode.
Calytrix Technologies' (US) Canadian partner Acron Capability Engineering recently completed the integration of the Serious Game application VBS (Virtual BattleSpace from Bohemia Interactive) to JCATS (Joint Conflict And Tactical Simulation) for the Land Force Quebec Area Simulation Centre at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Valcartier, Quebec.
Calytrix Technologies and its strategic partner Bohemia Interactive Australia are pleased to announce the UK Ministry of Defence (UK MoD) purchase of an enterprise licensing of the VBS2 and LVC Game training system.
The RAN, through the MWTSO are currently upgrading the Mentor framework to take advantage of the new distributed features of the latest release.
Calytrix Technologies is pleased to announce the latest release of its software-only cross-platform Combat Net Radio Simulator, CNR-Sim. Version 2.3 of the software now includes support for the commonly used MuLaw voice encoding algorithm.
Elsag Datamat in Italy has purchased SIMplicity for use by its modeling and simulation group.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has partnered with Ball Solutions, Booz Allen Hamilton (prime), CAE and Panther Games to develop the Joint Decision Support & Simulation Centre (JDSSC).
Calytrix Technologies (Australia), through its newly established Training Systems (CaTS) branch, will support the ADFWC conduct evaluation of the Deployable Joint Force Headquarters' upcoming Staff Exercise.
In conjunction with QinetiQ and SciSys, Calytrix Technologies (Australia) successfully delivered the second phase of the Common Component Model (CCM) to the Directorate of Analysis, Experimentation & Simulation (DAES), UK Ministry of Defence (UK MoD) this week.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has been announced as the successful bidder on the re-development of the Australian Defence Force Warfare Centre's (ADFWC) JSAFReports system.