Quantum3D(R), Inc., a leading provider of COTS, open architecture, realtime visual computing solutions, announced that L-3 Communications Link Simulation and Training (L-3 Link) has selected Quantum3D Independence(R) IDX 2500 ER Image Generator Solutions as part of the upgrades that L-3 Link is performing on the P-3C Tactical Operational Readiness Trainer (TORT) for the U.S. Navy.
The P-3C TORT supports training for the entire crew of the P-3C Orion, which is the primary long-range anti-submarine warfare patrol aircraft for the U.S. Navy. The upgrade provides enhanced fidelity visual and sensor simulation systems that enable P-3C flight crews to train using the complete functionality of the aircraft’s sensor systems, and then communicate that mission critical data to other aircraft or command centers. The P-3C TORT upgrades are scheduled for delivery during 2007.
The Quantum3D IDX 2500 ER IG Solutions provided to L-3 Link for the P-3C TORT upgrades provide correlated high-resolution Out-the-Window (OTW) visual and high-fidelity sensor simulation channels that include infrared and visual capabilities that simulate the combinations of Day TV and IR sensors used in the P-3C. The IDX 2500 ER sensor simulation capabilities employ QUEST(TM)—Quantum3D Enhanced Sensor Simulation Technology, which combines unique Quantum3D COTS hardware/software technologies to provide high-fidelity physics-based sensor simulation that maintains 16-bits of dynamic range from the at-aperture rendering through post-processed output.
“The P-3C TORT program provides full spectrum mission training for the Orion crew,” said Ross Q. Smith, Quantum3D Co-founder and President. “Quantum3D is pleased to be part of the L-3 Link team that is bringing new technology for enhanced fidelity to this critical training program for the U.S. Navy.”
Quantum3D develops and markets COTS realtime, open-architecture IG solutions, embedded visual computing systems and subsystems, development software and support services for the Visual and Sensor Simulation and Training (VSST) and Embedded Visual Computing (EVC) markets. Quantum3D is a privately held company headquartered in San Jose, California, with development centers located in Glendale, AZ, Huntsville, AL, and Orlando, FL.
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