Lockheed Martin opens space training, simulation and development facility

Pulsar Guardian follows the U.S. Air Force Universal Command and Control Interface standard (UCI) and is fully compliant.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Co., – Pulsar Guardian is a new facility built by Lockheed Martin in Colorado Springs that lets the Air Force and others simulate, test and train in a multi-domain environment that reflects today’s complex space environment.

For the first time, warfighters can bring in any tool, from any company to simulate, test and train in a realistic synthetic space environment without disrupting real missions. Pulsar Guardian follows the U.S. Air Force Universal Command and Control Interface standard (UCI) and is fully compliant.

Multi-Domain Operations require new, agile spaces that the military can use to integrate, synchronize and simulate battle conditions without interrupting present-day operations. Pulsar Guardian can simulate what an Air-Space-Integration looks like by showing how an unmanned aircraft or fighter jet could interface directly with a satellite and get the right data at the right time to take action. Cyber attacks and mitigations can be tested in a sandboxed, collaborative environment.

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