A step further for Computer Generated Forces

Aix-en-Provence, August 25, 2014 – DIGINEXT announced today the release of DirectCGF 2014 Summer Edition, the new modular, usable and powerful Computer Generated Forces product.

Developed with latest user interface design guidelines and technologies, DirectCGF 2014 Summer Edition delivers effective new tools and streamlined workflows to help increase overall productivity for supporting the design of future systems, generating tactical forces for training or testing real systems scenarios.

Key characteristics of DirectCGF 2014 Summer Edition:

• New activity "Platform Architect" used to design and parametrize systems and platforms.

• Performance improvements (Less memory consumption, faster simulation integration)

• Add external geographical datasources (Open street maps, WMS)

• Generic datalink models (PPLI, Mission assignement, ...)

• Capability to design a scenario in relative to a reference point

• Provides new measuring tools (Map scale, Range/Bearing, ...)

• New behaviors (Embark, Disembark, Join up with a formation, Break away)

• Improved user experience (Control all models at runtime)

About DirectCGF

DirectCGF is a disruptive Computer Generated Forces offering advanced entities behavior for network-centric operations. This new generation CGF is the result of DIGINEXT's excellence in supplying interoperable Tactical Data Links simulation systems and its expertise in building cutting-edge Simulation & Virtual Reality solutions.

DirectCGF is easily customizable and extensible through end-users plugins, provides native HLA, DIS and TDL interoperability and a breakthrough in graphical user interface for cost-effective scenario creation and animation.

DirectCGF has been developed to generate tactical situations for simulators to improve teaching and training with more complex environments including collaborative behaviors for team members or opponents. DirectCGF can also be used in designing future systems and evaluating performances in simulated situations (systems, tactics, collaborative work etc.). This new CGF is the perfect response to test and stimulate operational systems in a fully or partially simulated environment.