CIAT Showcases NSWC Visualization Training Tech During Open Day Event

Jeff Brody

The Combined Integrated Air and Missile Defense and Anti-Submarine Warfare Trainer, also known as CIAT, hosted an open day at its new naval station to showcase its ship operations training technology, which was developed by the Naval Service Warfare Center, to multiple parties. 

Developed by the NSWC Dahlgren and NSWC Carderock Divisions, the Aegis Combat System visualization technology allows users to replay decisions they made during training for educational purposes, said the Naval Sea Systems Command in a statement Aug. 8. Audiences were able to view the technology during the open day held on July 12.

“The Navy’s acquisition program offices and warfare centers are developing and delivering phenomenal capabilities to our warships,” said Capt. Dave Stoner, commanding officer of the Center for Surface Combat Systems, the organization that manages CIAT. “This trainer represents the best multi-warfare training anywhere.”

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