Joint Combined Training
Integrated Training Across Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) Simulations
Modern global conflicts, and the tactics required to operate in these conflicts, have highlighted the continued need for integrated training exercises. Cubic integrates live and virtual training and systems that provide a joint understanding of air-to-surface weapons effects on soldiers in the entire battle space.
Cubic integrates live training domain simulations, including:
- Ground combat training systems
- Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT)
- Multiple variants of MILES and other laser-based systems
- Air combat training systems
- Small Arms Virtual Engagement Skills Trainer 2000
Cubic’s Deployable Combat Training System, I-HITS, serves as a hub for the integration of these live and virtual training systems, and in turn, feeds the training data to a network architecture.
Air-Ground Weapons Effects Simulation – replicates the fidelity of real planes dropping simulated ammunition, and the resulting real time casualty assessment and soldier feedback.
Accurate Indoor Weapons Effects – based on the composition of the structure, our Shoot-Through-Walls Detection system assesses collateral damage to buildings inflicted by weapon simulations, and made casualty assessments for exercise participants and damage assessments for vehicles in the hit zone.
Seamless Indoor/Outdoor Tracking – accurately tracks exercise participants, objects, and weapons effects and relayed their status in near real time to exercise control.
Interoperable Lasers – integrates different laser-based MILES/Tactical Engagement Simulation Systems (TESS).
Interoperable training is a critically important concept that has been proven to better prepare joint and combined operations to collectively address increasingly complex threats. Cubic provided key integration services for the Joint Combined Training Centre (JCTC) program – a major U.S.-Australia initiative to advance joint and bilateral training.