ASTi Radio-Over-IP Bridge Modernization at Ramstein Air Base

July 23, 2013

An application engineering team from Advanced Simulation Technology inc. (ASTi) is on-site at the 603d Air and Space Communications Squadron (ACOMS) at Ramstein Air Base replacing a first-generation DACS system with a fifth-generation Voisus radio-over-IP bridging system. The Voisus system is configured to connect live combat air-to-ground voice communications to the Joint Training and Experimentation Network (JTEN), providing a vital link between aircrews training in networked simulators and live air or ground forces rehearsing joint tasks. The new Voisus system also provides critical live-to-virtual voice integration for joint forces military training exercises such as Austere Challenge. The ASTi engineering team is providing a range of fielding services to the 603d including: installation, validation testing and technical training.

About ASTi:

ASTi is the predominant voice and radio communications solution provider for Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming (LVC-G) training environments. Our systems feature: interoperability across all major DoD simulation-based training programs, high-fidelity radio simulation, 3D synthetic sound environments, communications and audio for serious games, speech recognition and synthetic speech, constructive simulated radio environment and live-virtual radio bridging and remote control. Over the past 24 years, ASTi has fielded over 7,200 systems at 620 installation sites in the U.S. and 45 countries abroad.

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603d ACOMS

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603d ACOMS