Welcome to Test and Training Enabling Architecture (TENA) Website

 

The United States Office of the Secretary of Defense Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) has developed a common architecture to support effective integration and reuse of testing, training, and simulation capabilities that require real-time collaboration between distributed computer systems operating within diverse testing and training environments. Through the establishment of the Test and Training Enabling Architecture (TENA), the interoperability and reuse of range assets are tremendously improved, thereby the reducing development, operation, and maintenance costs of range systems.
 
Information related to the purpose and objectives of TENA.
 
 
Briefings, fact sheets, and other information.
 
 
Request a TENA website account.
 
 
Contact information for TENA.
 

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This page provides access to introductory information about the TENA project and products. Access to additional information and the TENA products requires a website account. Note that if you have recently requested an account, the approval process may take several days.

 

 

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This page provides some introductory information about TENA and TENA products. Access to additional information and the TENA products requires an approved website account. Note that if you have recently requested an account, the approval process may take several days.

Developed under a joint interoperability initiative within the U.S. Department of Defense, TENA is enabling interoperability among ranges, facilities, and simulations in a quick and cost-efficient manner, and fostering reuse of range resources and range system developments. TENA is managed by the TENA Software Development Activity (TENA-SDA).


 

TENA development is sponsored by the Test Resource and Management Center (TRMC) and supported by the U.S. Joint Staff (Hampton Roads).