Training & Simulation

Ground Systems - Training Simulation

Improving Readiness and Enhancing Performance

From classroom and live training to testing of products on combat air ranges to simulating opposing forces, our industry-leading experts bring over 30 years of experience in building trusted solutions for the most demanding customers. Experience that includes analyzing, designing, developing and integrating content in live, virtual and constructive environments (LVC) to help you achieve improved readiness and enhanced performance - all while reducing cost.

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Modular Instrumented MDO Integrated Capability (MIMIC)

MIMIC™ is a family of unattended passive or active nodes designed to “mimic” different adversarial battlefield capabilities enabling U.S. and coalition forces to train more realistically in a Multi-Domain Operations environment. First demonstrated at Vanguard 23 at Ft. Huachuca, MIMIC is designed around a core of common components and utilizing affordable COTS software-defined radios and operating software, each node can be configured to represent a different “personality” – e.g., RF Surveillance, HF Emitter, VHF/UHF Emitter, EO/IR Sensor, Radar Signal Simulator.

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Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer

The Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT) is the U.S. Army's only simulation system dedicated to training military intelligence analysts in critical wartime skills. Tactical Military Intelligence (MI) units need a means to simulate an opposing force on their ground stations and provide the soldiers operating the Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) systems a realistic picture of the battlefield. Using this realistic picture, soldiers can conduct analysis, write and file reports, change tasking of the sensor vehicle and do any of the tasks that could be done on the IEW system receiving real-world data. When integrated into a large-scale exercise driven by a constructive simulation, the MI soldier provides man-in-the-loop analysis to the intelligence battlestaff, which in turn will result in increased realism for the training audience.

Live Training Transformation (LT2) Product Line

In 2009, General Dynamics received the Consolidated Product-Line Management (CPM) contract from the Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), Project Manager for Training Devices, to consolidate the management of the Army’s LT2 product line. The scope of the LT2 live training systems include more than 150 training ranges worldwide, with training that scales from individual soldiers up to and including full brigades participating in live force-on-force and force-on-target training.

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