Models and Tools

DSIAC provides authorized distribution of government-owned models and tools on behalf of the controlling government organization. The current models available are listed below.

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The Advanced Framework for Simulation, Integration, and Modeling (AFSIM) is a government-owned, open-sourced, and community-informed military simulation framework primarily used by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition, operations analysis, and research and engineering communities….


The Advanced Joint Effectiveness Model, or AJEM, is a survivability, lethality, and vulnerability (SLV) computer simulation code capable of analyzing one or more threats attacking a one or more rotary-wing or fixed-wing aircraft, small watercraft,…


The Advanced Low Altitude Radar Model, or ALARM, is a generic digital computer simulation designed to evaluate the performance of a ground-based radar system attempting to detect low-altitude aircraft. The purpose of ALARM is to…


BlueMax7 provides high-fidelity, air-vehicle dynamics and Time & Space Position Information (TSPI) for constructive and virtual modeling simulation and analysis.


BRAWLER simulates air-to-air combat between multiple flights of aircraft in both the visual and beyond-visual-range (BVR) arenas. This simulation of flight-vs.-flight air combat is considered to render realistic behaviors for military trained fighter pilots. BRAWLER…


The Directed Radio Frequency Energy Assessment Model (DREAM) is an engineering/engagement level model that simulates the interaction between a High-Power Radio Frequency/Microwave Directed Energy Weapon (HPM DEW) and a target system and calculates/estimates a target’s…


Enhanced Surface-to-Air Missile Simulation (ESAMS) is a computer program used to model the interaction between an airborne target and a surface-to-air missile (SAM) air defense system. Detailed data have been abstracted from intelligence information and…


Flare Aerodynamic Modeling Environment (FLAME) is a user-friendly software tool that allows users to specify an aircraft, configure the location and orientation of its expendable decoy dispensers, and define flare patterns for dispense.  FLAME uses…


The Fast Line-of-sight Imagery for Targets and Exhaust-plume Signatures (FLITES) software provides high fidelity scene generation capabilities for a multitude of applications, e.g., sensor algorithm development or Hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL) analysis and testing. FLITES simulates the…

IVIEW 2000

IVIEW 2000 is a post-processing graphical presentation package for various computer simulations modeling multiple object engagements and is used to view player activity in a real-time movie-like 3-D display.


The Next Generation Fire Model (NGFM) is a software tool for estimating the probability of ballistically-induced fires in aircraft dry bays. Version 1.1 provides an initial capability for determining probability of ignition for a limited…


Radar-Directed Gun System Simulation (RADGUNS) is used to evaluate the effectiveness of Air Defense Artillery (ADA) gun systems against penetrating aerial targets. It is also used to evaluate the effectiveness of different airborne target characteristics (radar cross section (RCS), maneuvers, use of electronic countermeasures, etc.) against a specific ADA system.