Live, Virtual, Constructive and Gaming (LVC-G) Training
In today’s world, enhanced integration of Live, Virtual, Constructive and Gaming (LVC-G) capabilities as well as focused leader training, are critical to mission readiness. The degree of human participation in a simulation is infinitely variable, as is the degree of equipment realism. In the evolving world of LVC, the gaming component now allows for individual and small-unit training in the virtual battle space in a manner inherently understood by today’s young warriors.
Cubic is an industry leader in equipping, supporting, and executing LVC training. We develop, field and integrate advanced air, ground, virtual and Military Operations on Urban Terrain (MOUT) training systems into the LVC environment. In this environment, forces from geographically dispersed locations collectively participate in a combat training exercise or mission rehearsal--as if they were all physically located at the same battle space. Our expertise in the underlying software technology, including DIS, HLS and TENA, enables us to meet IEEE standards for interoperable system architectures.
Cubic is on the frontline of LVC transformation efforts. We provide elements of LVC-G support at every U.S. Combat Training Center (CTC) as well as dozens of training venues worldwide. At the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC), through innovation and an exceptional group of leaders, technicians and LVC specialists, we continually evolve and enhance the interaction of all LVC components to improve the fidelity and realism of each training rotation and mission rehearsal execution.
Cubic's systems and integration expertise continues to play a vital role in the biennial Talisman Sabre training exercise. It was the first proof-of-concept exercise for the future of joint systems used for binational training between the U.S. and Australia, and was the first step toward globalizing the U.S. Department of Defense Joint National Training Capability. For this exercise, Cubic integrated all live training domain simulations, including its live air, ground and MOUT instrumentation, which in turn fed all live training data into the Joint Combined Training Capability.