During DSEI, from 12-15 September 2023 at ExCeL London, stand H7-342 in Hall 7 will be the destination for ST Engineering Antycip’s live demonstrations, product showcases, networking opportunities and more. Antycip’s industry partners will bring a collaborative showcase to the event, including MAK Technologies, which provides military simulation technology and training systems; Cervus, a veteran-owned data company known for its AaaS (analytics-as-a-service) solutions; and VIOSO, which develops automated blending and warping display software for the simulation market.

DSEI 2023 attendees can benefit from this dynamic collaboration to: engage with ST Engineering Antycip’s experts and experience live demonstrations that showcase MAK ONE, a training and simulation platform developed by MAK Technologies; witness how MAK ONE has been seamlessly integrated into Cervus’s data-capture systems, creating effective information and decision advantage; explore VIOSO's projection visual systems (powered by 3 × Barco FL40 projectors) enhancing training simulations with precision and stunning visuals  – as well as MyIG, ST Engineering Antycip’s own image generation tool for real-time simulation. Acquire insights into the latest VIOSO 6 SIM software and the intricate technology underpinning it. This software offers seamless, fully automatic and precise calibration for projection systems across a spectrum of simulators; and discover how ST Engineering Antycip’s partnerships transform military training through mission simulators, computer-generated forces, analytics, and projection systems – uncovering the potential of integrated solutions that elevate training programmes, optimise operational performance, and ensure distinct frontline advantage.

In addition, the ST Engineering Antycip stand will offer networking opportunities to connect with industry professionals, defence experts and technology enthusiasts who share a passion for military training. Visitors can take advantage of a chance to share their projects and ideas, including at a dedicated social mixer taking place at 4pm on 14th September.

Complementing the activities taking place at the ST Engineering Antycip booth are a range of demos at other partners’ stands, including NI (formerly National Instruments) on stand H2-863 and Hadean on stand H2-130, both in hall 2.

ST Engineering Antycip’s collaboration with NI allows it to provide solutions that enable the creation of mixed fidelity, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)-based systems that integrate simulations and real systems with standard interfaces and protocols ensuring compatibility across multiple domains and applications. At DSEI, NI will demonstrate how utilisation of industry standards such as DIS and HLA, traditionally used in training environments and LVC systems, can enhance test systems. By leveraging MAK Technologies’ MAK ONE software, including VR-Link, NI creates dynamic synthetic environments, extracting data to fuel their test platform.

Hadean will showcase its spatial computing platform that enables defence and intelligence allies, domains and functions to create a common operating picture across physical and virtual worlds.