Changing the way the industry builds custom simulations.
All custom simulations developed by Ternion are based on our FLAMES® simulation framework. The FLexible Analysis, Modeling, and Exercise System (FLAMES) is a family of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software products that provides a framework for constructive simulations and interfaces between live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) simulations. FLAMES dramatically reduces the time and money required to create extremely capable, easy-to-use simulations that satisfy your specific requirements and to modify your simulations as your requirements change.
As a true framework, FLAMES does not contain any software that simulates the behavior of real-world systems. All such software resides outside of FLAMES in component classes that you or others develop. Component classes are stored in component plug-in libraries that are loaded dynamically by FLAMES applications. By using FLAMES with the desired set of plug-ins, you can simulate almost any system in almost any scenario imaginable.
FLAMES saves time and money in the following ways:
- FLAMES reduces the amount of software that you or others need to develop. Well over half of the software required by any simulation is provided by FLAMES. You don’t need to develop it, test it, or maintain it.
- FLAMES reduces the amount of effort required to design, develop, maintain, and upgrade simulation-specific component classes. In addition, the FLAMES plug-in architecture completely eliminates the effort required to integrate new classes into a simulation.
- FLAMES allows component classes developed for one simulation to be reused easily in another simulation.
- FLAMES-based simulations are very easy to use and are loaded with many powerful capabilities. This makes simulation users much more productive and reduces the amount of effort required to get the results you desire.
Learn more about FLAMES products by visiting flamesframework.com.
FLAMES dramatically reduces the time and money required to create extremely capable, easy-to-use simulations