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The Constructive Simulation System trains commanders and staff in the ranks Battalion, Brigade, and Army Division and Land Force Component for applications in simulated scenarios of External Defense and Integrated Security in the Brazilian National Territory. RustCon, acting as an integrator, manages and adjusts the simulator to the Brazilian Army military doctrine.


This involves project management, construction and modeling. There is also a great demand for our team to conduct training for different levels of users

in the Brazilian army.


Combater is a constructive simulation system to simulate actions of combat, support to combat and not war in Subunit levels (company, squadron and battery) and Unit levels (battalion, regiment and artillery group), allowing the adaptation of the system to the Brazilian Army military doctrine.


The system provides visualization of complex situations involving collective human behavior such as guerrilla warfare, humanitarian operations and crowd control.


The same technology can be applied to entities of the game, allowing tactical level automatic control, including the full range of human factors in simulation, such as morale and fatigue, providing non-deterministic results and realism to the game.



It is a distributed and heterogeneous software whose purpose is to serve as a

tool to support the management of logistic activities in the pilot phase of project SISFRON.



– To provide support to the planning, implementation and monitoring of maintenance activities considering availability, location and operating status of different resources.

– To provide strategic information to the Decision Support System (DSS). –To provide information on equipment operation and management

– To provide support to the planning, implementation and monitoring of

maintenance activities considering availability, location and operating status


Important Features:

– Security: OMs accessed from Sisfron network by an authorized profile.

– Scalability: modular and scalable to allow software expansion and evolution.

– Distribution: enables communication of different OMs with a central server.

– High Availability and Fault Tolerance: auto-recovery resource.

– National Content Index (ICN): fully developed in Brazil, by a 100% Brazilian company, and a 100% Brazilian team.

– Running environment: based on open source technologies, without the associated acquisition cost (Java Language, MySQL, JBoss application server and Linux OS).



Command and control systems to support decision, in this context we have the synchronization Matrix.


Synchronization Matrix (M3):

Dynamic and Collaborative Planning System, enabling the creation of contingency plans for scenarios that deviate from the original plan Plans are generated with a by the minute accuracy
Real-time monitoring of the progress of event activities Hierarchical multiple access distributed across the network

Great ability to sync events (more than 100 000) Generation of performance reports