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Aechelon reaps JSE IG reward
The USAF is to use image, sensor, and radar data generation systems from Aechelon Technology in its new Joint Simulation Environment (JSE), under a sole-source, non-competitive $24 million firm-fixed-price contract.
According to the USAF, ‘the JSE will enable rapid development for future platforms and improve testing of current weapon systems that will enhance multi-domain operations in ways physical testing cannot achieve’.
The JSE facility at Nellis AFB is due to be completed in June 2022, while construction at Edwards AFB started in February 2021.
More than 100 of the Aechelon pC-NOVA Nucleus 8-GPU image generators are required to support F-35 and F-22 JSE high-fidelity, dome-based …
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