Pitch Talk 3.0 adds Client SDK, DIS Gateway and more

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Pitch is proud to announce Pitch Talk version 3.0. Building on the success of Pitch Talk 2, currently in use in major international projects, many new features are added:

  • Develop customized clients using the new Client SDK for C++ and Java
  • Interoperate with third party DIS radios using the new RPR/DIS Gateway
  • Define radio channels with both free and preset frequencies
  • Add configurable noise levels to communication channels
  • Improved security in the web-based administration
  • Select your own hotkeys for additional features

 

The new version is available now and will be provided to all customers with a valid Pitch Talk maintenance agreement. Visit the Pitch Talk web page for an overview of all new and old features. If you want to purchase or evaluate Pitch Talk, please contact Pitch or our distributors.

More about Pitch Talk 3.0

The new Client Software Development Kit (SDK) makes it possible to develop clients with customized faceplates or clients that are embedded inside a customer solution. These will still benefit from the central administration and work seamlessly with the Radio Client and Standard Client that comes with the product. The Client SDK supports C++ and Java and includes documentation and samples to get you started.

The DIS/RPR gateway makes it possible to interoperate with a wide range of third party DIS radio. This was demonstrated in the Operation Blended Warrior 2017 at I/ITSEC 2017. The flexible configuration allows you to define radio types, power, channel mappings and more.

The new radio channels add frequency settings where users can tune in any desired frequency, use presets or any mix thereof. Presets can be tailored for different user groups, for example pilots, air traffic controllers, etc.

New features that are important when fielding training solutions with the Radio Client include the ability to control additional features using hotkeys, computer keyboards or other USB-connected hardware. It is also possible to control the default settings when starting up a simulator, for example automatic connection and pre-selected channels.