Joint Terminal Control Training Rehearsal System (JTC TRS)
The QFires 5-meter Dome by QuantaDyn provides an accredited high fidelity, immersive (270o by 100o visual, 360o aural) simulation training system to replace live controls for Joint Terminal Attack Control (JTAC) Type 1, 2, & 3 and day/night training with laser designation. Using a physics-based battle environment with accurate geographical-based terrain and emulated/simulated military equipment, the QFires Dome provides robust, interactive, and realistic terminal attack control, close air support, and call for fire qualification, re-qualification, and currency training.
This system was selected by the USAF to fulfill the need for JTAC training under the Joint Terminal Control Training Rehearsal System (JTC TRS) Program of Record in 2016. The JTC TRS Program initially delivers 32 systems at CONUS and OCONUS USAF locations, and also provides sustainment and upgrades for these devices, including a Contractor Logistics Support Help Desk and monthly CyberSecurity updates to all fielded systems. The JTC TRS is used at the USAF JTAC School at Nellis AFB to support all JTAC initial qualification training, and at the Warfighter Preparation Center (WPC) in Germany to train EUCOM and AFRICOM forces. To date, over 60 systems from the QFires product line have been delivered around the world in support of common forward air control and terminal attack control training.
QuantaDyn’s QFires product line consists of the following training devices listed in order of size and mobility:
- QFires Dome Systems (3, 4, 5, & 6-meter versions)
- QFires Curve System 220° by 45° FOV
- QFires Desktop Systems
- QFires Portable System (tactically mobile)
US JTAC’s Simulator of Choice
QuantaDyn’s JTAC simulators are the only systems used to train every JTAC at the USAF JTAC Qualification Course; used by Warrior Preparation Center in Germany to train EUCOM and AFRICOM JTACs; serves Active and Reserve forces
Confidence in qualification
Current with leading training techniques
Accredited vs Accreditable
QuantaDyn’s JTAC simulators are accredited by JFS ESC on JTAC MOA JMTL and NATO STANAG 3797
Proven to exceed stringent training requirements
Facilitates interoperability training between US and NATO forces
USAF JTAC Simulator Program of Record
QuantaDyn’s JTAC simulators are the only systems chosen to meet the long-term needs of the USAF
Fully funded to stay current with emerging training requirements and supported operationally
Operational testing complete
All updates will maintain “accredited” status
Risks mitigated/Quality assured
Mature & proven operations, maintenance, and training documentation
Over 42 Immersive Dome-based Simulators Delivered
Many more desktop systems delivered – US and international systems
Proven build and delivery capability
Authority to Operate (ATO)
Built with cyber security protections – first USAF simulator program to achieve ATO with Windows 10/Windows Server 2016/Red Hat 7
Minimal risk of cybersecurity issues via constant cybersecurity updates
Ready to participate in DoD’s high-performance, multi-domain, wide-area, Distributed Mission Operations Network
Facilitates global virtual inter-team training from home-base without cost and frustrations of travel
Assures quality of service and security of on-line events
Advanced Joint Terminal Attack Controller Training System (AJTS)
QuantaDyn Corporation teamed with several small businesses to develop the Advanced Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) Training System (AJTS). The AJTS device is designed to support JTAC and Combat Controller squadron level continuation, qualification and mission rehearsal training requirements. It has been accredited by the Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee (JFS ESC) to replace live controls, type 1, 2, and 3, both day and night, required for JTAC qualification (currency) training IAW the JTAC MOA. AJTS has also received NATO certification for full STANAG 3797 accreditation when used within an approved training curriculum.
AJTS is an off-the-shelf product that consists of a domed visual display system with high resolution projectors, a powerful and intuitive Computer Generated Force (CGF) / Semi-Autonomous Force (SAF) application, a high fidelity, multi-spectral Image Generator (IG) system, a dynamic aural cueing system, and a full suite of emulated, stimulated, and virtual Trainee Military Equipment (TME). AJTS supports the Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) architecture, allowing connectivity among multiple AJTS devices as well as virtual CAS aircraft devices, locally or in remote locations.
Joint Fires Training & Simulation System (JF STS)
Bringing the real world to life for unrivalled Joint Fires training: The JF STS is a state-of-the-art Indirect Fire and Close Air Support (CAS) training system, used by the U.S. military and coalition partners around the world, to train and support their JTAC, FAC, FO and JFO communities.
The only Joint Fires simulation system you’ll need – QuantaDyn’s JF STS is a modular, fully scalable training system that accurately simulates real world conditions to enable your trainees to safely understand the capabilities and limitations of the real-world weapon delivery system. Developed in close and ongoing collaboration with the world’s best Fire Support Specialists, the JF STS is as close as your trainees can get to the real thing, ensuring their training is second-to-none.
Q Fires Desktop
Driven by customer requests for a scalable, and interoperable Q Fires Desktop version of our system, QuantaDyn developed the Q Fires Desktop Trainer. The Q Fires Desktop Trainer standard configuration has the same software load as all other Q Fires training devices. However, there are some differences between the Q Fires and the Q Fires Desktop Trainer. These differences were driven by feedback from the customer as well as cost, on-site space, modularity, deploy-ability and fidelity factors.
Q Fires Portable
QFires Portable is self-contained in two airline approved cases. The system affords the customer a fully functioning simulator that can be operated in a classroom, a hotel room or barracks if the unit is away from their duty location. Each case meets airline size and weight restrictions for military baggage, making the device easily transportable for a unit or Mobile Training Teams.
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