CATI awarded AMBL Image Generator and TTS upgrade

Daleville, Alabama – May 05, 2010

CATI Training Systems has been awarded contract to provide the Air Maneuver Battle Lab (AMBL), Ft. Rucker additional eight Visual System Image Generators licenses, including two Tactical Terrain Servers. CATI has been supporting AMBL since late 2000, providing both man-in-the-loop out-the-window (OTW) visualization, and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) EO/IR/LLTR payload views in both experimentation and concepts development.

About Air Maneuver Battle Lab

 As a part of the Capability Development and Integration Directorate, AMBL supports the execution of concepts development, experimentation and requirements development and developing resource-informed, integration-focused, outcome-based (RIO) Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, and Facilities (DOTMLPF) solutions to address aviation gaps requiring mitigation or closure. Additional mission include providing Army-level direction towards systematically improving unmanned aircraft systems on the modern battlefield and the battlefields of the future. Its primary purpose is to provide both vertical and horizontal integration to achieve a coherent and sustainable Army UAS strategy.

About CATI Training Systems

CATI Training Systems is a full service modeling and simulation company that designs and develops advanced visual image generation systems with high–fidelity visual simulation terrain databases for military, commercial and UAV simulators. CATI Training System′s image generators are specifically designed around industry–standard OpenGL™, a high performance graphics Application Programming Interface (API) and OpenFlight™, the 3D standard format for the visual simulation industry.

X–IG™, X–100™ and X–TUAS™ image generators run on 100% COTS PC–based hardware and software, including Windows and Linux operating systems. CATI′s database and modeling production facility has completed and delivered 23 correlated databases comprising almost 300 million square kilometers of training capable virtual terrain. CATI Terrain Databases have validated models for EO, IR and NVS environments. Every system CATI has delivered provides unmatched user friendliness, open architecture, COTS tools and flexible interface options, all designed for ease of use, and low acquisition, overhead and life cycle support costs.


Fred Zalzal
CATI Training Systems
(334) 598–1319


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