Air and Missile Defense Systems
TBE has extensive experience in the development and utilization of models and simulation in the air and missile defense domain. In 1989, TBE developed for the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command the most mature and widely used force-on-force model today in the Missile Defense arena – the Extended Air Defense Simulation (EADSIM) – a powerful wargaming tool for training operators, battlestaffs, and field commanders. By modeling Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) concepts and systems in a dynamic environment, analysts and training audiences gain insight into:
- IAMD architecture
- Battle management
- System employment for maximum battlefield effectiveness
- Force structure analysis
- Mission planning.
TBE also has a rich tradition in frameworks, such as the Missile Defense System Exerciser (MDSE) and Single Stimulation Framework (SSF), for supporting exercise, wargaming, and multiple system integrated test. TBE is carrying on the frameworks development tradition currently under the Objective Simulation Framework program.