ADST, Version Description Document for the BDS-D PVD 1.0.0
LORAL SYSTEMS CO ORLANDO FL ADST PROGRAM OFFICE
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This Version Description Document VDD contains a functional description of the Planned View Display PVD software, all modules in this release are identified by version number, a set of build instructions, installation procedures, identification of any known problems, release notes and any essential data relationships that are part of this 2 April 1993 release of the BDS-D PVD 1.0.0. Soldier in the loop simulators exist at the Aviation Test Bed AVTB located at Ft. Rucker, Alabama and the Close Combat Test Bed MWTB located at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. The simulators include Rotary Wing Aircraft RWA, only at Ft. Rucker, M1 tanks, Bradley Fighting Vehicles, Fixed Wing Aircraft FWA, a Management, Command and Control system MCC, Non Line of Sight Vehicle NLOS, located at Ft. Knox only, and, finally, a Semi-Automated Forces system SAFOR. The PVD is a stand-alone system which is connected to the Simulation Network SIMNET. Its function is to provide a map based Gods eye view of one or more distributed simulation exercises. The PVD can display the entire terrain database or selected regions via menu selection. Vehicles in the distributed simulation are represented by small icons that show that vehicle location and hullturret orientation. Intervisibility between vehicles on the terrain can be displayed. The PVD can remotely control the datalogger and stealth vehicle.
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