Enabling high-resolution, data-driven conflict simulation for US military, domestic, and international partners
Since 1974, the Conflict Simulation Laboratory (CSL) has provided state-of-the-art simulation and modeling tools, including the Joint Conflict and Tactical Simulation (JCATS) and the JCATS Low Overhead Driver (JLOD).
JCATS is a discrete event, constructive simulation that simulates effects-based, entity-level conflict scenarios. JCATS may be used stand alone or in federations using High Level Architecture (HLA) or Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) bridges.How to get JCATS
JLOD is a multi-sided, white cell simulation tool that models force interactions on a global-level down to the individual entity. Together, JCATS and JLOD enable world-wide conflict simulation with high-fidelity simulation in targeted areas.How to get JLOD
The 14th Annual JCATS International Users Conference is currently on hold due to the global Corona Virus situation. We are currently monitoring the global situation and ask all to visit the JCATS webpage for updates on the status of this year’s JCATS Users Conference.
Additionally, if you have requests for improvements or new enhancements for JCATS V16.0 or JLOD V8.0 please send them to us at support [at] odo.llnl.gov.
Stay safe out there and we look forward to hearing from you.
JCATS and JLOD have transitioned to the RHEL V7 Operating System. RHEL V6 Operating System is no longer supported. JCATS V16.0 and JLOD V8.0 will only be supported on RHEL V7.7 and RHEL V7.8 (if it is released before JCATS/JLOD). RHEL V7.6 will not be supported.
Events1 – 12 Jun 2020
JLVC 2020 IE2
23 Jul – 7 Aug 2020
JLVC 2020 IE3
14 – 25 Sept 2020
JLVC 2020 IE4
9 – 20 Nov 2020
JLVC 2020 VE1
JCATS V15.0 20 December 2019
JLOD V7.0 20 December 2019
JCATS: V13.1 Patch 3 (V13.1.3) No longer supported after 20 December 2019
JLOD: V5.1 Patch 3 (V5.1.3) No longer supported after 20 December 2019
JCATS V16.0 & JLOD V8.0
Hardware and Netware Requirements