The Air Force Operations Training Model (ARES-A™) is designed for real-time simulations of Air Force operations, tailored for training commanders and staff officers of various Air Force units. It features an optimized user interface (GUI) to maximize user-friendliness, making it a globally recognized Air Force operations wargame model.
ARES-A™ System Architecture
Features of ARES-A™
Simulation of all forms of air force operations, including DCA/OCA
Simulation of close air support operations, including air-to-ground and air-to-sea operations
Simulation of air combat support operations, including AWACS, Air Refueling, EC, SAR, Aerial Reconnaissance, etc.
Simulation of Integrated Air Defense Systems (IADS), including SAM, RADAR, and Aerial Assets
Key Functions of ARES-A™
Provides dynamic characteristics considering aircraft types for dogfighting
Includes all types of aerial armament, such as missiles, bombs, rockets, and guns
Provides real-time situational awareness identical to actual air missions
Easily extensible modeling using DEVS
Interoperability ensured through object-oriented modeling and next-generation linking systems (HLA/RTI)