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Defence Synthetic Environment Operators Training Course

Course No: CT05-1


Why this course?

The DSE is a set of standards, products and components that, together, provide Australian Defence Organisation simulation interoperability within the ADO and externally with allies and industry. The DSE provides standardisation on simulation protocols and formats in order to enable interoperability between the numerous simulation products and applications within Defence. The DSE capability provides the Australian Defence Organisation with an adaptive, responsive and pervasive capability to exploit existing and evolving simulation system elements to support Defence activities and LVCGame configuration to their various integration needs.

Benefits of the course.

The Defence Synthetic Environment (DSE) Operators training course teaches students to install, configure and operate the DSE Core and DSE Training-in-a-Box (TiB) distributions. The primary learning objectives of this course are to:

  • Introduce students to the DSE and its various distributions
  • Provide students with an introduction to the various applications that make up the DSE Core and DSE Training-in-a-Box distributions.
  • Teach students the integration concepts involved in making DSE applications work together

Students will learn to identify common integration problems and will gain hands-on experience using the DSE to integrate VBS2 with other simulation tools and systems (HLAnalyzer, Analysim, JSAF) via both DIS and HLA using LVC Game. Students will learn to monitor running instances of LVC Game and to troubleshoot integration problems. Practical examples (hands-on lab exercises) are provided to help students gain experience integrating DSE applications.

Finally, the course covers configuration and application of Calytrix Comm Net Radio Simulator (CNR-Sim) and Comm Net Radio Logger (CNR-Log). Through hands-on lab exercises, students learn to start and configure a group of simulated radios.

Course prerequisites.

To fully participate in the course, students are expected to have the following competencies:

  • Functional, hands-on experience with VBS2
  • Functional, hands-on experience with JSAF
  • Reasonable level of competence with Windows and Linux
  • Basic knowledge of DIS and/or HLA. An introduction to DIS and HLA is provided in the course, followed by lab exercises involving DIS and HLA.

Course Locations.

The LVC Game Advanced Users course can be conducted at your location or if the opportunity exists to attend our regular Calytrix Courses that are conducted at our training facilities in Dayton, Ohio an Canberra Australia. Course conduct dates can be viewed here.

Course Fees.

There are two options available to the employer endeavoring to skill their employees with LVC Game. The following prices are approximates only. A formal quote will be forwarded to the customer from the Calytrix Training/Sales Department.

(Fees include tuition and course materials)

Option One: Attendance at the Defence Synthetic Environment Operators Training course being conducted at Dayton or Canberra Training Facility. $2,500.00 USD per student

Option Two: A Calytrix Training Systems Instructors conduct the training for up to 8 students at the customer’s location. $10,000.00 USD per course + travel and accom