Red 6 has made its first international partnership with Advanced Electronics Company, a Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) company. Advanced Electronics Company, a provider of modern electronics, manufacturing, repair, and maintenance, has exclusively selected Red 6's Augmented Reality (AR) platform to integrate into air platforms.
"Their Augmented Reality System has demonstrated an advanced range of solutions that will be key to the future of our defense and aerospace business, moreover, this partnership will enable and accelerate Saudi Arabia's efforts in support of the Vision 2030 goal to localize 50% of the Kingdom's defense spending by 2030," said Eng. Ziad Al Musallam, CEO of Advanced Electronics Company.
While initially focused on defense applications, the partnership also endeavors to bring Red 6's fully outdoor capable AR technology to commercial applications in the Kingdom.
This collaboration will contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States by helping to improve the security of a strategic regional partner through enhanced training, which has been and continues to be an important force for political stability and economic progress in the Arabian Gulf region and broader Middle East.
Red 6 has redefined how warfighters will train by developing Advanced Tactical Augmented Reality System (ATARS) and Combined Augmented Reality Battlespace Operational Network System (CARBON). Both systems facilitate blending live, virtual, and constructive assets seamlessly into the real world and outdoors, which allows for more efficient and effective training for the Warfighter by enabling users to engage in both one-on-one and more complex campaign-level training.