QuantaDyn Corporation will be exhibiting at booth #749 at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). This year QuantaDyn will be showcasing their latest advancements in the QFires product line including brand new system integrations. Products include QFires Curve, QFires Mixed Reality JTAC, QFires Tactical Operations Center (TOC)/ Strike Cell, and QFires PT-150.

The QFires Curve is a variable, articulated display wall that showcases the latest in LCD technology from Barco. The Curve design is a visual display technology that offers a display for an immersive experience in a small footprint.

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The QFires MRJ is a mixed reality option designed for the Joint Fires community. The display allows the student to utilize both emulated and real equipment in a fully immersive environment. The student can write 9-lines, pull coordinates and grids from maps or GPS interfaces as well as DACAS integration including situational awareness tools such as ATAK.

The QFires MRJ is a mixed reality option designed for the Joint Fires community. The display allows the student to utilize both emulated and real equipment in a fully immersive environment. The student can write 9-lines, pull coordinates and grids from maps or GPS interfaces, as well as DACAS integration including situational awareness tools such as The QFires TOC/Strike Cell, which is a QuantaDyn developed option that allows for battalion and brigade operations/strike cell operations in a distributed environment. With an ever-evolving battlefield there is a greater need to train on tactics, techniques and procedures from locations other than an observation point. The QFires TOC/Strike Cell equips the student with ATAK, selectable Full Motion Video (FMV) downlink viewing, chat capability and ability to battle track friendly forces.

The QFires PT-150 is QuantaDyn’s latest advancement in portable, hand-carry training systems.  The PT-150 can be deployed and setup in less than 10 minutes and its modular design allows for customized hardware while maintaining the same form factor. The base solution includes a desktop student, virtual reality, mixed reality, and an instructor station.