Friday, 30 January 2015

SyntheSys Delivers TDL Network Design Station (TNDS) and Link 16 Training to Hungarian Air Force

SyntheSys is once again delighted to announce that in cooperation with Hungarian Kapsch BusinessCom kft. and HP Enterprise Services Defence & Security UK Ltd, we have successfully delivered TNDS and Link 16 training to personnel from the Hungarian Air Force.

The training was provided at the Kecskemet Air Base south east of Budapest and undertaken by Air Force personnel ranging from Master Sergeant through to Lt Colonel. The 5 day course began with an overview of the capabilities of Link 16 before progressing on to how to utilise the TNDS software. To achieve this, personnel were guided through a number of theory lessons that were balanced with a series of challenging practical exercises.  This balance ensured that they were able to fully interact with all TNDS capabilities and subsequently understand how to construct, validate and allocate a Link 16 Network Design.

This training will now directly benefit the Hungarian Air Force advancement in JTIDS/MIDS Link 16 operations, supporting both their own national assets and wider Tactical Data Link integration within NATO.

For further information on our TNDS training courses or any of our training and support services, please contact or call UK +44 (0)1947 821464.

Monday, 19 January 2015

CAOC Uedem to Host SyntheSys Data Link Manager (DLM) /Interface Control Officer (ICO) Training Course in June 2015

We are delighted to announce that the Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC) Uedem, Germany is to host its second Data Link Manager (DLM)/Interface Control Officer (ICO) Course.  The course has proved to be extremely successful with attendees providing consistently high feedback.

The course will be held from Monday 1 June through to Friday 19 June.  The three week course, for 12 students and two instructors in support, is designed to provide personnel with an in depth understanding of how to plan, build, interact and subsequently manage Multi TDL architectures.  The course is focussed on providing students with a series of challenging learning outcomes through the use of practical exercises, simulation and real world operational software.  This interactive process promotes a cooperative learning environment allowing each student to progress with confidence and a developed knowledge of each TDL.

The CAOC Uedem course will closely follow our first DLM/ICO Course of 2015, which is being hosted by the Norwegian TDL Squadron. With attendees from Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands, we anticipate that the course will continue to forge a cohesive path of cross border Multi TDL cooperation and understanding.

If you would like to attend the CAOC Uedem course or receive a copy of the full syllabus please contact or alternatively call us at +44 (0)1947 821464.

Monday, 12 January 2015

SyntheSys provides TDL Training to Joint Sensors and Engagement Networks Delivery Team

Ten personnel from the Joint Sensors and Engagement Networks Delivery Team (JSENS DT) attended a one day TDL training event held at the MOD Defence Equipment & Support facility at Abbey Wood Bristol.  Topics covered included overviews of current TDLs, Testing, and the functions and responsibilities of the UK JDLMO.  Based on the feedback received, those attending were very happy with the information provided. SyntheSys would like to thank the JSENS DT for their kind hospitality, and looks forward to working together again in the near future.
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