DiSTI created a new radio panel with GL Studio, to serve as the interactive controls for CNR-Sim's new application programmer's interface (API). The result demonstrates how customers could combine GL Studio content and CNR-Sim to simulate other specific radios.
News Archive — 2008
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has been selected as a full Category 1 member on the new Australian Defence Simulation Office's (ADSO) Simulation Services Standing Offer 2008 (SSSSO 08) panel. Calytrix achieved this award in its own right, demonstrating proven and extensive experience in all areas of simulation.
Calytrix Training Systems (CaTS - Australia) has been awarded an ongoing support contract by the Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC) for the delivery of a broad range of services heading towards the delivery of Talisman Sabre 2009.
Military Training Technology magazine lists Calytrix in "2008 Guide to the World's Top Simulation and Training Companies" with special recognition as "Up and Coming"
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has been awarded a contract for up to 21 months of software development with the Submarine Combat Systems Group (SCSG).
Calytrix employee Tim Pokorny will be running a special Open Source session at the workshop where discussion will focus on the various Open Source tools that are currently available and how Open Source can be leveraged to provide value and savings to the M&S community.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) is pleased to announce the release of CNR-Sim v2.7 and CNR-Log v1.3. This new release also includes the new CNR-Sim FREE version.
Calytrix (Australia) is pleased to announce that its new office in Canberra is now open for business.
Calytrix Training Systems (CaTS - Australia) in support of the Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC) recently returned from the Middle East Areas of Operation (MEAO) following a three week survey of active Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) platforms. Over the coming months JCTC will use this information to better embed simulated ISR systems into the training domain.
Calytrix LVC Game, CNR-Sim and CNR-Log software products are now bundled with VBS2 to provide an inherent DIS/HLA capability.
In May 2008, Calytrix Technologies (Australia) provided exercise planning, assessment and after action review support for Vital Prospect 2008 (VP08) using Mentor.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has successfully delivered the integration of the Virtual Battlefield (VBS2) 3D training environment into the Special Air Services Regiment (SASR) live firing range in Campbell Barracks, Western Australia.
Calytrix Training Systems division (CaTS, Australia) has secured a contract to extend and develop the After Action Review (AAR) systems of the Joint Combined Training Centre (JCTC). This contract follows the CaTS review of the JCTC AAR systems post Talisman Sabre 2007 exercise.
Building on the successful delivery of technical and subject matter expert (SME) support into Talisman Sabre 2007, Calytrix has been contracted to deliver technical surge support to the Australian Defence Force’s upcoming series of Exercises: Ex Austere Challenge, Ex Vital Prospect 2008 and Ex Pitch Black 2008.
Calytrix is very pleased to announce that the Australian Defence Force (ADF) has acquired an Enterprise license of the Calytrix Mentor(tm) performance assessment tool.
Calytrix Technologies (US) was pleased to present at the recently held OneSAF 2008 Users Conference in Orlando.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has been awarded a contract to develop two SONAR concept demonstrators for the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN) under the Generic Open Architecture for New Naval Applications (GOANNA) project.
Calytrix Training Systems (CaTS - Australia) has just been awarded three additional contracts to provide technical, development and systems engineering support into the Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC).
Building on its proven track record and past involvement with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Calytrix is pleased to announce that it was just named the successful bidder on this year's support contract for the Generic Open Architecture for New Naval Applications (GOANNA).