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SimDIS Symposium 2018 – Update!

Thanks to the Canadian Forces Maritime Warfare Center for hosting the SimDIS Symposium in Halifax. It was a great pleasure to meet with the people who make SimDIS such a powerful software.

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SimDIS Symposium 2018

ds.tools will be attending this year SimDIS Symposium in Halifax, NS, Canada,  Tue 5 and Wed 6 June 2018. Send us a message if you want to meet and have more information about ds.tools products and services.

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SEE 2017 – Recap video from last year

Below is a one-minute video of SEE 2016 team’s demonstration. It was edited by the new SEE Operations team at OrangeTech College.  SEE is a partnering of academia, industry and NASA committed to “championing, challenging and creating collegiate-level simulation education” to strengthen distributed simulation workforce development. ds.tools is proud to…

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ds.tools is a proud partner of the 2017 Simulation Exploration Experience (SEE)

For a second year, ds.tools is a proud partner of the Simulation Exploration Experience (SEE), a NASA-sponsored event, taking place on April 5, 2017. The SEE is a geographically distributed inter-university where teams work in conjunction with one another to design, develop, test, and execute a simulated lunar mission. Participating teams…

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coreDS™ for Python now supports all Python versions!

We are pleased to announce coreDS™ for Python, a cost-effective solution to connect your Python code to a HLA federation and/or DIS simulation, now supports Python 3.6! The following versions are now fully supported by coreDS™ for Python : Python 2.6.9 (32 bits) Python 2.7.6 (32  bits) Python 3.2.3 (32…

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coreDS™ for X-Plane now supports X-Plane 11

We are proud to announce coreDS™ for X-Plane is now compatible with the newly released version of X-Plane 11. The new version is now available, compatible with both X-Plane 10 and the newly released X-Plane 11. Click here to request a trial.

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coreDS™ for FMI – What’s new in version 1.5

We are pleased to announce the availability of coreDSTM for FMI v1.5 This new version allows more control over the FMU’s behaviours. More streamlined UI FMU can now be used in both input and output mapping — meaning you can now receive information from your federation into your FMU FMU’s…

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Summer was great but winter will be awesome

After a great summer, filled with a lot of work, we are back with new ideas… stay tuned for a new product announcement in November! For those still waiting for coreDS™ for Unreal, the wait is almost over. Development has been slowed down a bit because we decided to add…

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coreDS™ as a bridge

Did you know coreDS™ can be used to connect two different RTI/Standard together? A couple of lines of code is all you need and you get your own network translator! The following example shows how to create a bridge between two connections. In this case we are exchanging data between a HLA 1.3 federation (using…

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coreDS™ fact – Lua Scripting Engine

Did you know you can use LUA to alter incoming or outgoing data? coreDS™ (and all related products) uses LUA as its main scripting engine. LUA is fast and powerful. All that information is available through two static variables that hold information on the current dataset to which the script is assigned…

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