QuantaDyn Corporation holds the Program of Record for JTAC simulation and training for the USAF. QuantaDyn has over 80 QFires systems fielded globally supporting US and NATO militaries.
* 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
* Accredited vs Accreditable: QuantaDyn’s JTAC simulators are accredited by JFS ESC on JTAC MOA JMTL and NATO STANAG 3797
* Certified to operate on the Distributed Mission Operations Network (DMON) for high-performance, multi-domain, virtual global training missions
* First USAF simulator program to achieve ATO with Windows 10/Windows Server 2016/Red Hat 7
The USAF selected the Advanced JTAC Training System (AJTS) five-meter dome system (D-500) to fulfill its training needs at 32 worldwide sites and named the program the Joint Terminal Control Training and Rehearsal System (JTCTRS).
The QFires D-500 provides a high fidelity, immersive (220o by 110o visual, 360o aural) simulation training system to replace live controls for 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 D-500 provides robust, interactive, and realistic terminal attack control, close air support, and call for fire qualification, re-qualification, and currency training.
QFires D-500 systems are 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.
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.
QuantaDyn's JFMT (Joint Fires Mobile Trainer) Is a fully functioning Joint Fires Trainer that is road-legal and serves multiple training sites with in the UK and the European Continent. Based on the latest UK Joint Service Publication (JSP) 918 Joint Terminal Attack Controller Policy, the JFMT is accredited by the Joint Air Land Organization (JALO) for training mission scenarios including Type I, II, III, Laser, Day, Night aided, and Night unaided.
Designed to accommodate mission briefs, during action reviews (DAR), and after-action reviews (AAR), a four-person brief/debrief area features a large screen monitor displaying briefing material and recorded missions for after action review.
Within a 1.8-meter diameter dome with 220° x 58° FOV, a full suite of virtual, simulated, and form-fit-function devices emulate the latest Surveillance and Target Acquisition (STA) equipment in service with the UK MOD.
Driven by customer requests for a scalable, and interoperable Desktop Joint Fires System, QuantaDyn developed the QFires Desktop Trainer. The QFires Desktop Trainer utilizes the proven QuantaDyn baseline meeting the JFS ESC and JALO criteria for JTAC accreditation. The QFires Desktop provides the user with a cost-effective solution for Joint Fires training capable of being used in smaller spaces and facilities.
QFires Portable is self-contained in airline approved cases. The system affords the customer a fully functioning joint fires 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.