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MAK RTI Chosen By Australian Defence

Category: Defence Industry

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., – MAK Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of distributed simulation software, announced that the Australian Defence Simulation Office (ADSO) has chosen to standardize on the MAK RTI for High Level Architecture (HLA) networking for distributed simulation systems for development of the Australian Joint Simulation Capability (JSC) in partnership with the Australian Army Navy, Air Force, and Defence Science Technology Organization (DSTO).

The choice is expected to enhance cooperation and interoperability between the services and the defense experimentation framework.

“The MAK RTI was chosen after an extensive evaluation,” said Cliff White, Director General of ADSO. “We wanted to implement a standardized approach to connectivity and the MAK RTI’s proven performance in large exercises was the deciding factor in our choice.”

“MAK recognizes the trust ADSO has given us with their choice of our RTI,” said Warren Katz, MAK Technologies’ chief operating officer. “Their purchase recognizes our interoperability expertise, our superior technical support, and the cost-effectiveness of purchasing our product over other options.”

An RTI is a key component of the HLA networking architecture. The verified and fully compliant MAK RTI has been chosen as the backbone of major simulation programs. MAK RTI customers include Lockheed Martin’s F-16 Mission Training Center, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems’ DMT lab, the NATO First WAVE exercise, AFRL Warfighter Training Research Division, FATS and Verrax. The MAK RTI is consistently proven in third party studies to be the most efficient RTI available.

About MAK Technologies

MAK Technologies develops software to link, simulate and visualize the virtual world. We create tools and toolkits for distributed simulations, develop PC-based military tactical trainers, craft custom solutions, and research and develop the latest simulation technologies. We build commercial off the shelf simulation software that is flexible, portable and supported. Whether you choose our bestselling networking toolkit, VR-Link or our computer generated forces toolkit, VRForces, you have purchased a product backed by the industry’s leading distributed simulation experts.

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