Orlando-based Serious Simulations' presence at 2014 I/ITSEC was another step on the company’s roadmap to enter the S&T marketplace. Christopher Chambers, the company’s CEO, told MS&T the company specializes in human motion tracking and the need for natural motion to be an interface with a simulation.
Well, I/ITSEC 2014 is over and it’s time for reflection, - after all, it is in the after action review that the learning takes place. Managing Editor Jeff Loube, with files from Dim Jones, Marty Kauchak, and Chuck Weirauch, reports.
The evolving live, virtual and constructive training environment offers military audiences around the globe the opportunity to take training to new frontiers. But technical, policy and other challenges remain to be solved before the US and other nations’ services can elevate this training construct to a higher plateau, reports Group Editor Marty Kauchak.
Cast aside the “doom and gloom” present in much of the S&T community during the start of the current downturn in Pentagon’s spending. Simulation and training small businesses are fielding new technologies, expanding acquisition models and supporting markets in adjacent sectors – and that’s for starters, reports Group Editor Marty Kauchak.
Negative initial reaction to a person from another culture or race is apparently natural; indeed, it’s built into our brains. Rick Adams explores the challenge of overcoming differences in culture to work across global divides.