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JP9711-1 clears PDR hurdle

28th July 2020 - 16:30 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Holsworthy


The Australian Department of Defence’s JP9711-1 Core Simulation Capability (CSimC) has taken a major step forward by passing its Preliminary Design Review (PDR). 

The CSimC phase is designed to provide the underpinning software architecture for the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF's) networked collective training system to link integrated LVC (I-LVC) simulations.

Originally signed in March 2019, the A$950 million ($639 million) project is led by Lockheed Martin Australia alongside partners NEC Australia and Calytrix Technologies.

Lockheed Martin said that work on the project is being undertaken from its offices in Canberra and Orlando.

Malcolm Wright, programme manager for JP9711-1 at Lockheed Martin Australia, acknowledged

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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