PLEXSYS Australia has announced that the Advanced Simulation Combat Operations Trainer (ASCOT) 7 has been selected by Daronmont Technologies to provide system support to the Next Generation Simulation System, REALMS (ABMSIM).
“This collaboration between Daronmont and PLEXSYS will provide 41 Wing (41WG), based at RAAF Base Williamtown, with a significant boost to training capability,” PLEXSYS said in a statement.
The ASCOT 7 System is a Computer-Generated Forces (CGF) platform for utilisation in any Modelling and Simulation (M&S) environment.
“With its cutting-edge user interface, modular and scalable design, and comprehensive yet extensible database, ASCOT 7 simplifies the development of complex scenarios for training,” PLEXSYS said.
The REALMS System is centred on RAAF Williamtown and will also provide 41WG with the capability to link with all 41WG sites to conduct essential collective training. By utilising Defence’s broader simulation network, the system will also enable operators to participate in other large-scale distributed training events.
In addition to installing the software, PLEXSYS will also provide training and ongoing support to both Daronmont and 41WG simulation experts to optimize future use of the simulation software.