V+ is Finding New Applications


SimPhonics' V+ is finding new applications. Lockheed Martin Information Systems is using this new visual programming language for their Armor Training Systems. Sound, Intercom, I/O, and networked radio (DIS) are now being combined into a single system, all controlled by V+. The new ISED (Integrated Simulation Environment Device) is truly reconfigurable, thus reducing the labor necessary to make changes and configure new training systems. Some tasks that were once performed by a host computer can now be computed using V+.   The I/O system uses PROFIBUS DP and DIN mounted WAGO modules. This distributed I/O system costs much less than traditional approaches. The audio system uses SimPhonics' FX30 and FXDirect. Our new product was recently demonstrated at Lockheed Martin in Orlando, where it demonstrated a 30% improvement in transport delay over their existing I/O system, and improved other performance criteria as well

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