Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim), a global developer of advanced military simulation and training software, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Pitch Technologies, a leading supplier of commercial tools and services to the modelling and simulation community, to bundle Pitch Talk with BISim’s desktop training software products starting with VBS3. VBS Radio and VBS Radio Pro will be upgraded to use Pitch Talk as the underlying technology, and a separate, stand-alone variant will also be available. All existing VBS3 ...
Pitch Booster interconnects simulations at different sites, through firewalls (authorized by network security, of course), and over slow or unreliable communication links. Version 2.3 adds new features, especially for power users:
Secure remote administration,
Additional configuration controls for IPv4/IPv6, port settings, etc.,
Shareable enterprise configuration does not expose the configuration of internal networks, and
New instrumentation to monitor and tune data flow.
Fifteen 4K HD videos, streaming at 60 Hertz frame rate, carried over HLA via Pitch Media Streamer and recorded in realtime by Pitch Recorder, in a test Control Room/AAR/Debrief rig.
After 40 minutes, Pitch Recorder had saved 190 gigabytes of video.
The image (left) shows a similar application. For security reasons, Pitch's customer did not allow photographs to be taken of their site and its HLA-based video capture and replay system.
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
Do you build simulations for satellites, launchers, ground systems, life in space or space exploration? Then don't miss this opportunity to talk to us about how to enhance design and engineering, analysis, test, training and concept development using distributed simulation. Make the simulations, developed by different teams or organizations, work together using open standards.
We will showcase the new SISO Space Reference FOM, a standard developed in a collaboration between NASA, ESA projects, industry and academia. It builds on the proven IEEE ...
Our recent papers from the January 2018 SISO workshop are now available on our Papers page.
The paper "Improving Tactical Data Link Simulation Standards To Better Support LVC Exercises" discusses how current standards should be updated to better support the simulation requirements of flight simulation sites and improve interoperability with other simulation sites while maintaining interoperability with real Tactical Data Link networks.
The paper "Design and Principles Enabling the Space Reference FOM" presents the key features and design patterns of the ...
At the conference and exhibition on "Training and Training Resources for Air Mobility Operations" hosted by the German Army in Celle, Germany, Telespazio VEGA Deutschland successfully demonstrated the interoperability of their existing Cockpit Procedure Trainer (CPT) for the CH-53GA helicopter of the German Air Force with Virtual Battlespace (VBS3).
By using Pitch Technologies pRTI and Developer Studio C++ to implement an HLA interface for the CPT, the simulator communicates with VBS3 Gateway according to SISO RPR 2.O FOM. Using that technology German ...
During the SimDef 2017 Conference, hosted by ENSTA (Paris), the French “Direction Générale de l’Armement” (DGA), Thales and Pitch Technologies will jointly present "Use of simulation tools for dynamic tests with vehicles".
For more information, see: http://simdef-adis.fr/?q=simdef-2017-conferences
Pitch have an ‘open training' session planned for their highly popular 'HLA Evolved Experience' course in the Defence Academy, UK.
These sessions are open to all, and attendees will gain in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience of configuring and interfacing with the powerful services offered by the HLA-Evolved (IEEE1516-2010) Simulation Interoperability Open Standard.
The first day offers a wide ranging introduction to distributed simulation interoperability and the HLA-Evolved standard, and is suitable for anyone; the remaining two days become more intensively hands-on implementation focused.
Pitch is proud to announce Pitch DIS Adapter version 3.0 with support for advanced filtering and inspection features, this makes it the leading COTS HLA/DIS gateway on the market. Additional features include support for floating licenses, a popular licensing solution for our Enterprise level customers. All of Pitch products with DIS capabilities support RPR2 FOM defined data for DIS versions 4 through 7.