The Challenges of Today’s Training Environment
With the emergence of in-and-out mission fighting, today’s irregular battlespace is creating challenges that prior generations of military leaders never had to face. Real-time, uninterrupted communication between all war fighters is more critical today than ever before.
DATA ANALYSIS IN REAL-TIME
IMPLEMENT, MODIFY, ANALYZE, REFINE
Analyze every aspect of each scenario in real-time to effectively achieve exercise objectives. Include political and social factors for a truly realistic warfare model to develop tactical, strategical and doctrinal objectives. Based on observation of real-world events, the IXVMS system delivers a scientific approach to the structuring, measurement and evaluation of training.
DEVELOP, TRAIN, EXERCISE, IMPROVE
The problem with traditional systems is that, for the most part, each individual simulation is designed for a specific purpose and can take months of development. The IXVMS system can easily and intuitively be adapted to create different scenarios from any perspective. The training elements can be changed, and new elements added “on the fly” as the simulation unfolds – with multiple participants in multiple domains, and including a variety of complex immersive scenarios.
CREATE, CUSTOMIZE, CONTROL, CAPTURE
The IXVMS software streamlines the user interface for the design and execution of drills, exercises, modeling and simulations. Powerful capabilities allow convenient and secure access to data while enhancing multi-level interoperability and dynamic collaboration of participants according to role and security level.
MEL/MIL DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT
DEVELOP, INJECT, EVALUATE, ADJUST
Training Objectives are critical to laying the framework for the Main Event List / Main Incident List (MEL/MIL) development and should cover all phases of the Core Planning process (plan, refine, execute and assess). The IXVMS solution delivers a well-constructed framework that allows a dynamically managed MEL/MIL to efficiently automate and control the flow of an exercise. Its dynamic capabilities allow the Exercise Control (EXCON) and MEL/MIL cells to adjust the pace of training play as desired, ensuring a flow of challenges to the training participants.