A first-class model for first-class results.

AqLab produces software models with the aerodynamic characteristics and performance envelopes of multiple types of missiles and aircraft, including:

• Air-to-ground missiles

• Air-to-air missiles

• Ground-to-air missiles

• Cruise missiles

• Hypersonic missiles

• Guided bombs

• Loitering munitions

Shorten the model creation cycle: Models created using AqLab can be exported, accredited and released for usage by organizations with an active AqModel license. In this way, a single AqLab application and scalable AqModel licenses offer a simplified modelling framework to enable stakeholders across modelling and simulation supply chains to work with identical missile models on all platforms: training simulators, aircraft, planning & evaluation applications, Run Time Kill Removal applications, and those used in research & development programs.

Visualization tool: AqLab enables users to construct and verify missile models, and visualize their performance during different phases of flight: from firing, to flight path and termination; and in different operational conditions. This includes 3D graphics of trajectories and 2D charts of hundreds of different aspects of the missile’s state throughout its envelope.

No coding requirements: Create missile models easily using the Model Wizard.

• Follow prompts to create a new missile model from provided templates. Either create a general model that uses common characteristics of similar model types; or create models that have similar characteristics to known, Unclassified model types.

• Create new missile models by inputting specific performance requirements, such as maximum fire distance, via a guided workflow.

• Wrap an existing external model in .lib or .dll format that implements the Bifrost interface.

• Create model by importing a model specification file with recognized description file (e.g. Mermoc file).

• Create a new missile model from an existing model by analyzing it and optimizing the parameters to minimize differences in trajectories between the models.

Create and run missile set-ups: Exercise models by creating, setting up and running firing geometries using the Model Wizard templates. Setups can express multiple parallel firing situations at the same time, with the option to include advanced target maneuvers. Follow prompts to set and edit parameters, and recompile models with different structures (e.g. single stage / ramjet / tabulated / multi-stage / no engine modules). Users can also combine modules of the same type into groups to express more advanced behavior, and edit model C++ code, if required.

Real-time learning environment: Once models have been created, AqLab provides a real-time learning environment to test how changing parameters affect model performance against the baseline model. Editing parameter fields results in immediate updates in visualized tracks and plots, giving real-time feedback on changes and their effects. This makes it simple to understand the impact of adjustments for missile optimization, and experiment with “what if” scenarios to directly see variable outcomes. Run exhaustive Evaluation Setups to fully trigger all missile model functionality and statistically validate changes between missile versions, including the effects of parameter uncertainties over the full envelope.

Create Threat Level AIs: Within AqLab users can produce Threat Level AIs and associate them to specific models. This greatly increases runtime performance of models in end-user platforms without exhausting available/onboard computer resources. Follow workflows to produce Threat Level AI artifacts to production quality within 24-48 hour processing time (hands off).

Weapon Employment Zone: Calculate and create Weapon Employment Zones to describe main aspects of missile performance and visualize the threat level at a given time (time zero). Configure for missile model, target and shooter settings, and meta data.

Platform & architecture agnostic: AqLab runs on almost any standard desktop platform running Linux or Windows 10+. Multi-core recommended for continuous production work. Nvidia graphics card; 125 GB RAM; 1 Gbit/s network card (if calculation servers used); two 4K 27” monitors.





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