The Australian Army recently signed a two-year enterprise licence agreement
for Titan Vanguard. Vanguard has been in use within the Australian Army
for the past two years providing the synthetic environment in a variety
of simulators across each of the three Services. This current agreement
places Vanguard within the heart of Army’s Land Simulation Core (LS Core)
environment and enhances the Australian Army’s ability to support Simulation
enabled Collective Training (SeCT).
The Army Simulation Manual (ASM) states that the Land Simulation Core
(LS Core) is the focal point of the Land Simulation Capability. LS Core
is responsible for the provision and maintenance of software, data and
tools required to support the Live, Virtual and Constructive simulation
training domains. LS Core delivers enhanced simulation interoperability
while reducing sustainment and training overheads associated with the
maintenance of countless systems.
Titan Vanguard is one of the Virtual simulation software tools used to
support Simulation enabled Collective Training (SeCT) within Army. Titan
Vanguard provides a holistic simulation environment that provides for
training of Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) at any point in
the world. Titan Vanguard is currently utilised as the virtual simulation
system of choice for a number of projects within the Royal Australian
Artillery (RAA) and Army Aviation (AAvn).
As part of the licencing agreement with Army, Calytrix will be providing
project management, licencing management, software development and conducting
a number of training courses throughout Australia.
Calytrix would like to acknowledge the Australian Army as the first large
scale enterprise licensee of Titan Vanguard.