Canadian Advanced Synthetic Environment
The aim of this project is to establish network-based infrastructure and processes for Distributed Mission Training, Joint Mission Rehearsal, and air & ground crew training.
This project is to establish network-based infrastructure and processes for Distributed Mission Training, Joint Mission Rehearsal, and air and ground crew training. It was to be done in two phases: Phase 1 - Distributed Mission Training Network and simulation architecture - which is complete. Phase 2 is delivering Virtual Maintenance Trainers (VMT) and Part Task Trainers (PTT) for Air Technician Training, and is still ongoing. All costs and project milestones discussed below are specific to Phase 2 only.
$50 million to $99 million
Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)
- Options Analysis Phase
- Definition Phase
- Start Implementation
- Initial Delivery
- Final Delivery
Defence Capability Areas
Defence Capability Investment Areas
- Air Specific Services
- Information and Communication Tech
- Emerging/Advanced Training Techniques
- Simulation Equipment
- Simulation Software
- Testing Facilities
- Training Services
- Training Support Facilities and Equipment
- Virtual Training Systems
Key Industrial Capabilities
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