Next week at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Rockwell Collins (Booth 2201) will showcase how the company’s integrated training solutions are enhancing training in the digital battlespace. At the show, Rockwell Collins will introduce the next-generation of its fast-jet simulator display system and a new product that allows secure data-flow over unsecured networks.

“In order to maximize training effectiveness, it’s essential to have scalable, immersive, realistic, seamless and secure training environments,” said Nick Gibbs, vice president and general manager of Simulation & Training Solutions for Rockwell Collins. “The products we’re unveiling and showcasing at the show do just that – so our customers can meet their training objectives without the boundaries they traditionally face.”

Interactive demonstrations will include:

  • Live, Virtual and Constructive-enabled training – Comprehensive, interoperable and secure
  • Coalescence™ mixed reality system – Portable, highly immersive mixed reality training for all platform domains
  • Integrated Digital Vision System (IDVS) – Wearable, head-up, digitally augmented vision with infrared, night vision and symbology for 24/7 visual situational awareness dominance
  • Enhanced Reality Vision System (ERV-30) – Affordable, adaptive, next-generation wearable augmented reality
Rockwell Collins will also be featuring:
  • Affordable training efficacy – Immersive training environments, distance-learning solutions and training effectiveness research
  • EP®-8100 image generation system – Delivering realism and performance while preserving clients’ investments
  • WholeEarth™ synthetic environment – High-resolution, complete Earth visual database
Rockwell Collins subject matter experts will also present a number of research papers covering important topics in the training and simulation industry. A submission by Jeanette Ling, principal software engineer for Rockwell Collins, titled “Understanding Cloud-based Visual Systems Architecture,” is in the running for the Best Paper award.