SYSTEMS ENGINEERING &
Valkyrie accelerates the adoption of digital engineering by aligning mission requirements with systems, components, and capabilities. This traceability ensures decision-makers can evaluate performance and make better force projections.
- Distributed force training
- LVC test and training frameworks
- NATO and coalition test and training
- Wargame planning, execution, and adjudication
- Pre-deployment and underway interoperability
training on C4I Systems
- Model Based Systems Engineering
- Systems of Systems engineering
- Scenario-based simulation
- Digital Engineering
- IAMD and Strike Mission/System Integration
JTLS-GO is an interactive, internet-enabled simulation that models multi-sided air, ground, and naval civil-military operations with logistical, Special Operation Force (SOF), and intelligence support. Today, JTLS-GO is frequently used as a training support model that is theater-independent and does not require knowledge of programming to operate effectively.
The primary focus of the JTLS-GO system is conventional joint and combined operations at the Operational Level of War as defined by the Joint Staff's Universal Joint Task List. JTLS-GO explicitly models air, land, sea, amphibious, intelligence reporting, logistics, and SOF operations. The simulation also supports limited nuclear and chemical effects, low-intensity conflict, pre-conflict operations, as well as support of Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA/DR) operations. Today, JTLS-GO is used in 25 countries, including NATO.