MAK WebLVC Server
Browser-based Interfaces to the Synthetic Environment
Build simple applications to observe, control, and participate in complex simulations.
The MAK WebLVC Server connects web-based simulation federates to DIS/HLA federations using the WebLVC protocol.
Reduced Deployment Costs
Web and mobile technology enable and encourage a more lightweight and low-overhead approach to deploying and maintaining simulation and training environments.
Shorten Development Cycles
The web-based model significantly shortens the iteration cycle between user feedback, development to address that feedback, and testing of the resulting improvement or fix.
Flexibility and Ease of Use
Web and mobile technology allow program managers, developers, and instructors to think differently about workflow and the interaction between the trainees and support staff.
Distributed and Cloud-based Training
For certain kinds of training, it might be possible to allow instructors or role players to remain at their home stations, and participate in training exercises remotely through browser-based interfaces – significantly reducing travel costs and other logistics. The simulation engines themselves (SAF and trainee stations) can be located at the training facility.