CM Labs Simulations Inc. announced that Vortex Studio product demos, including enhanced driver training simulators, will be present on two partner booths at I/ITSEC 2019, which takes place from December 2-6 in Orlando, Florida. At the influential military tradeshow, CM Labs will exhibit the advanced-physical realism, ease of deployment, and simulation-enhancing capabilities that are offered through the real-time, system-level simulation software.
Vortex Studio is a COTS real-time simulation platform offering high-fidelity modeling for military training applications, including ground vehicles, logistics & engineering equipment, and maritime operations. It is a tool for rapid modeling, testing, and validation of simulation content—one which can be integrated into existing simulator frameworks or game-engines.
CM Labs product experts will be on hand at Bohemia Interactive Simulations (booth #2534) and Epic Games (booth #2161). This team will highlight the full feature set of Vortex Studio as a high-fidelity simulation creation and deployment platform focused on how the simulation platform integrates with 3rd party software to augment users’ existing tech stacks.
“When this realism is tied to other software tools and existing workflows, teams can enhance and supercharge their existing processes, projects and programs,” said Lisa Barbieri, vice president, Marketing and Customer Experience, CM Labs.
To see Vortex Studio in action, attendees of I/ITSEC are invited to experience multi-sensory vehicle training demos powered by Vortex Studio and CM Lab’s partners Bohemia Interactive Simulations and Epic Games. These military-customized experiences combine high-fidelity physics with visuals, motion, haptic, and auditory feedback to emphasize the advantages of Vortex Studio in driver and operator training scenarios. These demonstrations highlight multiple benefits of building training content via Vortex Studio, including the ability to pair with other software technologies.
“Vortex Studio brings vehicles and equipment to life,” noted Barbieri. “When military personnel train in scenarios (land or maritime) that are enriched by Vortex Studio, they gain experience that is directly transferable to operational situations.”