Pitch pRTI is the core of the Pitch Infrastructure family. It implements the latest HLA standard. It provides information exchange for any application domain, based on flexible information models, known as FOMs. It provides synchronization of time, data messages, and startup/shutdown. It provides monitoring and management, both through graphical user interfaces and programmatically.
Pitch Commander makes it possible to monitor and control distributed simulations running on several computers. Make the startup and execution of simulations more efficient and reduce down-time using scripts. Discover and restart simulations that have issues. Verify the data flow between simulations. Extend and adapt using the plug-in architecture.
Pitch Booster makes it easy to run distributed simulation across Wide Area Networks, such as enterprise networks or the Internet. Increase throughput and fault-tolerance. Traverse firewalls while maintaining full network security. Certificate-based encryption is also available.
Pitch DIS Adapter enables interoperability with systems using the older DIS (IEEE 1278) standard. This makes it possible to create a backbone based on HLA while reusing existing islands of DIS systems. Mix and match systems and migrate as your budget permits.
Pitch Media Streamer creates a backbone for video streams over HLA. Integrate video and data into one well-managed backbone. Monitor and control the source and destination of media streams.
Pitch CDS Gateway adds support for secure cross-domain simulation for any application domain. Build distributed simulation federations that connects different security domains while controlling the release of data base on policies. Support higher or lower assurance requirements using different types of software/hardware guards or firewalls.
Pitch Visual OMT for object model development and Pitch Developer Studio for generating C++, Java or C# to add HLA support to your simulations. Log, inspect, analyze and play back data using Pitch Recorder. For a list of all Pitch’s products, look here.