LVCG & MCS Interoperability
Supporting simulation and training of Live, Virtual, Constructive, Gaming (LVCG) and Mission Command Systems (MCS) domains.
LVCG & MCS
Dignitas is supporting a variety of simulation and training programs with our special understanding of technologies across the Live, Virtual, Constructive, Gaming (LVCG) and Mission Command Systems (MCS) domains. Dignitas’ greatest strength is our technical expertise in systems and software development. Our full-time staff has practical, hands-on experience performing systems analysis and design as well as software development.
We have experience that ranges from large complex DoD training systems down to focused research and development efforts. This means we have routinely worked in CMMI Level 5 and ISO 9000 family programs and understand process and how to tailor it appropriately. We have extensive experience across operating systems, programming languages, and applications.
LVCG and Mission Command Systems
Our senior team has a wide range of experience in the industry and offers unprecedented understanding across the LVCG and MCS domains. One look at our customers and the programs we have worked will show our diverse knowledge in these domains. In some cases, Dignitas employees were thought leaders in key areas for some of the major Army training programs such as CCTT, OneSAF, SE Core, and HITS. We have supported systems and architecture design and development on key Army training systems with a focus on entity level virtual reality systems. Dignitas’ combination of small company flexibility and wide experience base make us ideally suited to small- to mid-sized research tasks that require complex skill sets.
Computer Generated Forces
Dignitas’ has a broad experience base with Computer Generation Forces (CGF) and Semi-Automated Forces (SAF). We have extensive experience with OneSAF, CCTT SAF, and OTBSAF. Dignitas has significant CGF experience in system architectures, behaviors, physical modeling. C4I adapter, GUIs, map displays, simulation management, and interoperability (DIS and HLA). Dignitas has worked or is working efforts related to OneSAF live-constructive integration, behaviors development, dynamic terrain, and integration of OneSAF into CCTT and AVCATT. Various Dignitas personnel have, in the past, held roles as Chief Scientist, functional lead, and technical lead for CCTT SAF as well as Deputy Program Manager, System Architect, Software Architect, and team lead for OneSAF.
Also, Dignitas personnel have worked key roles in the analysis of CGF technologies helping to establish the approach for the OneSAF Testbed Baseline (OTBSAF), agile development methodology for OneSAF, and OneSAF implementation research.
Dignitas Technologies offers broad industry experience with terrain database formats, database generation, and correlation across representations. We can offer a holistic view of database generation activities because our experience reaches well beyond knowledge of source data, tools, and processes. We also understand major programs and system components. In most cases, we directly can address your database generation and conversion needs. For the more difficult cases, we know who has key technology and we can help with the system engineering that can be applied to create a solution.
Dignitas personnel were previously leads for the initial development of CCTT’s terrain services and played a senior role in ERC development. Dignitas played a critical role in the effort to integrate OneSAF’s ERC into CCTT and AVCATT. Dignitas has also played key roles in OneSAF integration into live applications, as well as SE Core efforts to build virtual terrain databases. Dignitas has extensive experience with database generation processes and toolsets.
Dignitas’ live domain experience includes work on Common Training Instrumentation Architecture (CTIA), Instrumented Ranges / Digital Range Training Systems (IR/DRTS), Homestation Instrumentation Training System (HITS), Marine Corps Instrumentation Training System (MC-ITS), Exportable Training Capability – Instrumentation System (ETC-IS), Live, Virtual, Constructive – Integrating Architecture (LVC-IA) and is an established member of the LT2 community. Dignitas personnel also supported OneTESS development and SBIR research on compact terrain formats suitable for applications such as geo-pairing. In addition, Dignitas has experience with various Mission Command Systems data sets and interoperability of those Mission Command Systems assets with simulation and training systems.