New software helps commanders through simulations

7th September 2017
Source: IXTROM
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
New software helps commanders through simulations

 

Canadian-based company for global management, situational awareness, and command and control intelligence, IXTROM has selected DSEI 2017 in London to unveil its newest product.

IXVMS7 (Simulation and Exercise Management and Awareness System) is the most technologically advanced modeling and simulation system that empowers commanders, operators and responders by strengthening their operational effectiveness through enhanced performance for the validation of drills, tactics, techniques and procedures.

IXVMS7 allows for the establishment of a common set of objectives, strategies and a single Incident Action Plan. It is a mission driven system, supporting tactical management in implementing strategies, assigning resources, carrying out plans, and monitoring performance during operational periods. The solution also improves the coordination of operations and centralizes relevant, real time information resulting in enhanced emergency preparedness.

Organisations can now benefit from:

  • Interoperability, interconnectivity and enhanced collaboration;
  • Integration of pre-established hierarchies with respect to the roles and responsibilities of each user within an agency’s command structure while also respecting functional and geographical authorities;
  • Permissions granted based on administrator design;
  • Complete traceability of all actions taken allowing for the development of lessons learned and best practices thus improving their Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs);
  • Seamless collaboration as IXVMS7 interconnects to all services and applications thus optimising existing IT infrastructures;
  • A flexible, scalable and secure technology providing a high ROI and a true operational edge.

IXTROM provides the solution for strategic, tactical and operational preparedness with a platform to prepare for, model and simulate any type of event that could possibly affect the security of a nation.


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