Janus system

Janus system

[′jā·nəs ‚sis·təm]
(navigation)
A technique used in Doppler navigator design which utilizes radar or sound beams directed forward and astern for computation of ground-speed components; by heterodyning the returned pulses, the Doppler shift can be determined independently of the transmitted frequency.
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The weapon simulators include an engagement skills trainer, JANUS system and an M1 Abrams Full-crew Interactive Skills Trainer.
I recommend the Janus system to commanders who are looking for an efficient way to establish/develop SOPs, and TTPs, or who would like to refine tactics before executing a field problem.
Pronouncing his words distinctly and carefully, an English-speaking participant in the demonstration talked into a headset-mounted microphone connected to Carnegie Mellon's JANUS system.
Army Simulation Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM), BTG supports Battle Simulation Centers at 11 sites throughout the United States, the Close Combat Tactical Trainer program, the Corps Battle Simulation system, the Brigade and Battle Simulation system, and the JANUS system.
BTG Vice President Marshall McRee, head of the company's Training Development & Operations division, said the work is a continuation of BTG's services to STRICOM programs that include the Close Combat Tactical Trainer, the Corps Battle Simulation system, the Brigade and Battle Simulation system, and the JANUS system.
As well during the second quarter, Calian's Technical Services Division was awarded a contract with the Department of National Defence (DND) to provide technical staff to prepare, coordinate and conduct exercises supported by the JANUS simulation system and to act as Interactors to operate the JANUS system at the Land Force Western Area (LFWA) Simulation Centre based in CFB Edmonton.
X is the documentation tool chosen by leading commercial component vendors including Infragistics, Telerik, Dundas, Data Dynamics, Janus Systems and Farpoint.
Janus Systems received the lowest scoring because its focus is on the desktop space, while the other vendors offer their products across 2 or 3 of the evaluated platforms.
For example, we've expanded the range of third-party controls that can be tested to include the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor, as well as various controls produced by ComponentOne, DevExpress, and Janus Systems.