Calytrix releases new versions of Comm Net Radio and LVC Game suite of products
News Archive — 2013
In this issue of our Newsletter, we describe Calytrix's recent expansion in the US, product updates, and applications of Calytrix's simulation and training products and services.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) is pleased to announce our ongoing support to the Australian Defence Simulation and Training Centre (ADSTC) after a recent decision to extend the existing Systems Support Services contract with the ADF
Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine has designated Calytrix a "Top Simulation and Training Company" for 2013, with additional award recognition for "Best Programs". Calytrix is very pleased to have received this prestigious industry recognition for the seventh year in a row.
Calytrix Technologies, Inc. has opened a new office in Orlando and consolidated its US operations there.
Pilots and payload operators using the VENOM training suite for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) use Calytrix's Comm Net Radio (CNR) for simulated radio communications during training.
"There may be other universes based on all sorts of other principles, but ours seems to be based on war and games." ~ William Burroughs. In Calytrix's corner of our universe, we apply "war and games" principles to the defense sector through the use of simulation and gaming technologies.
Calytrix's CNR-Sidetone electronic "audio realism" device has been enhanced with a Microphone Boost circuit.
Calytrix Technologies, in partnership with Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim), SimCentric and Alelo, is pleased to announce the contract award for the U.S. Army’s first-person shooter training system known as Games for Training (GFT).
Calytrix Technologies has been awarded a number of recent contracts for the provision of services to the ADF’s Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC) based in Canberra.
Calytrix Establishes PulseDefence as Distributor for the UK and Ireland
Calytrix’s Comm Net Radio (CNR) software is on display during this week’s Paris Air Show
Calytrix Technologies will be demonstrating DIS/HLA integration of the Unity games engine via LVC Game this week during ITEC in Rome, Italy.
"A noise annoys an oyster, but a noisy noise annoys an oyster more." ~ R.P. Weston and Bert Lee. In CNR-Sim's new version, white noise has been made more realistic sounding, thus annoying simulated radio users even more.
Both CNR-Sim and CNR-Live provided critical communications support the Australian Defence Force’s Pozieres Prospect 13 exercise.
Calytrix has released the latest version of its CommNet Radio Software.
The United Kingdom Sea Cadets use Calytrix’s Comm Net Radio Simulator (CNR-Sim) at various sites, where young cadets learn about radio operations and procedures through actual practice with CNR-Sim, a Push-To-Talk radio simulator.
Blue Newt Software and Calytrix Technologies announce the integration of Blue Newt’s Blue Sprocket Engine and PixelTransit image generator with Calytrix’s LVC Game.
Calytrix and Thales team up to evolve the Portico open source HLA RTI
The US Army's Mission Training Complex (MTC) at Joint Base Lewis-McChord has begun using Calytrix's CNR-Sidetone and CNR-Intercom devices in their Stryker vehicle simulator trainers.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has released the latest update for its LVC Cost Counter tool designed to measure the savings produced through the use of simulation.
Calytrix Technologies (Australia) has been selected to deliver ongoing OneSAF Technical Development Support for the Australian Army.