All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Combat Modeling’

Ternion FLAMES combat simulation on Discovery Channel 9/23

Ternion® Corporation will be featured in the upcoming episode of Innovations with Ed Begley Jr., airing initially via Discovery Channel in the United States on September 23, 2015 at 7:30 am ET and 7:30 am PT. In this episode, audiences will learn how Ternion uses FLAMES® to develop state-of-the-art computer programs that simulate complex military battles to help train the …

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ONR makes a serious game of missile defense, electronic warfare

by Kevin McCaney, Defense Systems, Feb 4, 2015 “A Navy ship being under missile fire is no game, but making a game of that scenario can help sailors prepare for it. That’s the idea behind Strike Group Defender: The Missile Matrix, a multiplayer game that combines analytics, crowdsourcing, social media and cloud technology to create a realistic picture of an …

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MOVES Thesis: Virtual Battlespace Scenario Encoding for Reuse

Congratulations to LTC Dave Parkes, USA, and CAPT Mike Eady, USMC, on completion of their joint thesis, Virtual Battlespace Scenario Encoding for Reuse, and graduation from the MOVES program. The students studied the format of scenario files produced by the Virtual Battlespace 2 (VBS2) commercial game to investigate the use of open standards, such as the Extensible Markup Language (XML), …

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Virtual reality gets real with Army’s 3D game update

“The Army is getting more real with its 3D training game, Virtual Battle Space 3, by creating avatars that match the strength, endurance and skills of the users rather than letting them take the virtual field in the shape of a sinewy virtual super warrior.  …” Read more here: http://defensesystems.com/articles/2014/04/10/army-vbs3-virtual-training-gets-real.aspx?s=ds_140414  

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USA Center for I/W Thesis Opportunities

All, Passing this along from COL Hicks (Center for Asymetric Warfare).  Brief notes here: nps-101 BLUF: Thesis opportunities abound in combat modeling for SSTR and IW

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