Responsible for 93% of technical training in the U.S. Air Force, Second Air Force is spearheading plans to drive the transformation of technical training with a new sixth-generation learning environment.
The authoring tool, which is still in the beta phase, allows Moth+Flame customers to quickly develop custom VR content with generative Artificial Intelligence so training content feels real, immersive, and engaging.
A new partnership between Boeing and the Kelly Heritage Foundation – an educational nonprofit organization affiliated with Port San Antonio – will expand STEM learning and workforce development across South Texas.
VR has become a mainstay for many training programs, but a handful of companies are already imagining what the next chapter of VR will entail: from emotional tracking to understanding the physical world at a molecular level.
As expected, Representative Mike Rogers (Alabama) has been named Chairman of the US House Armed Services Committee. While focused on disparate matters ranging from service member pay and benefits to the development of hypersonic and other next-generation aircraft, the congressman has been on record to call attention to training readiness and technology enablers of increasing importance to military training enterprises.
Supernal has entered into a collaboration with Microsoft to advance autonomy, digital operations and cloud integration technologies for the aviation industry by running Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) on the Microsoft cloud platform.