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NCI Agency AMDC2
What We Do
ACCS - Air Command and Control System
ASDE - Air Situation Data Exchange
ASIM - ACCS Sensor Integration Module
CSI - CRC System Interface
ICC - Integrated Command and Control Software
ISP - Interactive Simulation Package
MASE - Multi AEGIS Site Emulator
NIRIS - Networked Interoperable Real-time
NISP - NPC Integrated Solaris Platform
SSSB - Ship-Shore-Ship Buffer
AMDC2 Support Website
NCI Agency Website
NACC Web Portal
Interactive Simulation Package (ISP)
The Interactive Simulation Package (ISP) is a low cost software package supporting real-time simulation for Air C2 units. The ISP is primarily CRC-oriented and integrates a modern simulation system for air exercises into a CRC system, preferably MASE equipped.
The functionality of the ISP includes scenario preparation and execution, as well as on-line, real-time scenario modification.
Normally, the ISP is used in single-site mode, supporting simulation within one CRC. However, when using Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) on a WAN, ISP can be operated in a multi-site mode, thus supporting exercises spanning multiple CRCs.
The system was developed and is maintained by NPC. The NPC provides system support, including application software maintenance, COTS management, technical training and help desk support.