U.S. Army Selects DiSTI to Build Its Family of Maintenance Trainers
DiSTI has been awarded a contract for developing a prototype Family of Maintenance Trainers (FMT) Common Core (CC) architecture and software baseline to support the existing FMT Product Line (PL) and future Virtual Training Systems (VTS).
"We are excited for the opportunity to provide the U.S. Army with a mature solution that builds upon DiSTI's comprehensive, proven, and end-user approved Virtual Maintenance Trainer (VMT) Framework to reduce cost, schedule, and risk across all technical objectives,"
Although the current trainers have common software within a particular platform's MTS (i.e., within the Diagnostic/Troubleshooting Trainer (DTT), Part Task Trainers (PTT), and Hands On Trainers (HOT) for a single platform), there is no commonality across different platforms. Each platform's software architecture and source code is unique and stove-piped. With this prototype effort, the Army desires to establish a Common Core (CC) software baseline to replace the current stove-piped software architecture with a common product line architecture which completely supports the entire FMT Product Line (PL). The FMT-CC will produce a set of plug-and-play applications in the PL architecture that are applicable across the FMT product portfolio of legacy and future combat/tactical vehicle training systems without a loss of current functionality.
Working in conjunction with teammates Leidos, CAE, AIT Engineering, O'Neil & Associates, and Design Interactive this exceptionally qualified team will combine the specific experience needed for FMT success coupled with the commitment and skill to implement a Common Core that is adaptable to address new and emerging technologies for future training needs. The developed solution will allow the U.S. Army to define curriculum on a grand scale, train on multiple variants at the same time, while developing standardization of training across all models.
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