Voisus is a suite of integrated product modules that deliver highly realistic voice comms and synthetic 3D sounds across live, virtual, constructive, and gaming environments. Voisus meets requirements for military and civil tactics, team and command training, wargaming, experimentation, live ranges and serious games.
Voisus products include the ASTi radio environment as a base feature, providing a high level of fidelity and field-proven performance to enhance training effectiveness and ensure interoperability.
All Voisus systems:
Software apps extend virtual radio comms, live radio over IP, VoIP calling & conferencing, and text chat to operators using computers and mobile tablet devices. Learn more
Replace simplistic, default game comms on VBS3™, CryENGINE®, Unity™ and more.
Proven interoperability with DoD training systems. Learn more
LVC-Game linkage; networked repeating among remote sites; radio conservation via shared access to common live assets; remote control of downrange radios. Learn more
Low-overhead simulation toolkit allows scenario developers to easily create automated, synthetic, context-aware radio traffic for live and virtual training. Learn more
Hands-on radio experience at a fraction of the cost of real MIL radios. Options include hardware panels for maximum physical realism and software skins for maximum affordability. Learn more
Ease ATO compliance! IA subscribers receive simple-to-install software updates, relieving sys admins from arduous IA management tasks. Learn more
The ASTi radio environment ensures interoperability across major DoD programs such as: DMO, NASMP, NCTE, JNTC, AVCATT, CCTT, Flight School XXI, MAGTF.
Rapidly provision training services and adapt quickly to changes in the training environment with always-on capability, automated system failover and load balancing.
Using COTS hardware, Voisus merges all of your communication architectures into a single, unified communications environment.Learn more
Voisus is a suite of modular products that provide advanced simulation-based features, including interoperable voice comms and synthetic 3D sound, which deliver lifelike effects and integrate into LVC-G environments.
ASTi offers a number of different ways to interact with and manage our Voisus communications products. From desktop clients for PCs to realistic radio skins on mobile tablets to browser-based comms clients, ASTi probably already makes a user interface that will meet your requirements. But in the unlikely event that our suite of interfaces doesn't quite fit the bill, we also provide, at no cost, a way for our customers to develop their own applications, and integrate them directly with the Voisus comms environment.
If you want to design your own client user interface, the Voisus Remote Client Control (VRCC) library puts the power of Voisus Clients in your hands. This cross-platform C++ library allows developers to create powerful custom applications that enjoy the same capabilities as ASTi's own Voisus Client programs. ASTi's Voisus Software Development Kit (SDK) provides documentation as well as sample C++ and C# code that demonstrates how to get started using the library to connect to the Voisus server, configure the client, interact with radios, stream audio, and more. In fact, our developers use this same VRCC library and Voisus SDK to create our standard user interfaces.
Standard Voisus client
Voisus web client
Voisus client with radio skin
For many customers, having a custom Voisus Client GUI is sufficient for their training needs. But if you wish to "white-label" or provide closer integration to instructor stations, ASTi gives you a way to programatically configure the Voisus Server. The Voisus Server HTTP API relies on modern web technologies to provide a self-documenting, RESTful interface which allows customer-developed programs access to, and control of, Voisus's powerful features.
Via the Voisus API, customers may:
For example, some customers use the HTTP API (HAPI) to integrate the configuration and management of Voisus directly into their Instructor Operator Station. This allows the networked communication system to be seamlessly integrated into the rest of the simulation center.