ST Engineering Antycip and CogSim Technologies announce partnership
The partners will distribute CogSim Tactical Data Link (TDL) Simulation Suite and TDL plug-in for the VR-Forces Computer Generated Forces (CGF) platform throughout Europe.
These tools complement and advance ST Engineering Antycip’s range of COTS simulation software products.
They will enable customers to achieve interoperability for C2 systems training and increase training mission effectiveness.
The TDL Simulation Suite provides software libraries, as well as test and analysis tools, to add TDL simulation interoperability efficiently and cost-effectively to new and existing training and simulation systems.
TDL for VR-Forces combines CogSim’s TDL simulation technology with MAK Technologies’ VR-Forces CGF platform, which is distributed by ST Engineering Antycip in Europe.
Seamless integration with VR-Forces simplifies TDL scenario generation and run-time integration to rapidly simulate real-life operational scenarios. Key features include; simulation object editor integration, which allows developers to add and configure a TDL Terminal to VR-Forces platform; purpose-built TDL dialogs and panels and customisable TDL symbology.
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