Products

 

Calytrix Comm Net Radio

Calytrix Comm Net Radio (CNR) is a family of affordable simulated radio and intercom products. The CNR suite provides a full set of communications services from basic voice communications through to highly realistic environmental degradation. Accompanied by tools to monitor, manage and record radio traffic and bridge to live radios. Calytrix CNR is designed to meet all your training needs.

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Calytrix LVC Game

Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) systems integration is driven by standards, and there are many to choose from. Calytrix's suite of LVC Game products allow the most popular serious games and training systems to connect directly with one another, and with military standard C2 and simulation systems.

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Calytrix LVC Cost Counter

Calytrix LVC Cost Counter monitors your simulation network, accumulates and displays the individual, category and total costs associated with LVC simulation events. Cost Counter enables users to accurately measure and conduct deeper analysis into the application and cost savings being achieved through the use of simulation. LVC Cost Counter provides the hard financial data that definitively justifies your simulation system.

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Calytrix Inject Planner

Calytrix’s Inject Planner offers a server based system with a simple intuitive interface that is scalable from small team to multi-agency events and offers the ability to collaboratively plan training events, and to re-use data for future training. Inject Planner saves time and resources in the exercise planning process and ensures that exercise scenarios can be linked to, and measured against, specified training outcomes.

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Terrain Databases

Calytrix and TerraSim, Inc are pleased to provide for free download a set of correlated virtual and constructive terrain databases called "Sample Desert Village". These samples, built in TerraSim's TerraTools® are available in a range of formats and give LVC Game users a full set of correlated terrain databases to use as a testbed for each of their runtime applications.

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