Aptima won a four-year contract from U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Airman Systems Directorate, Warfighter Interactions and Readiness Division to develop an automated training librarian that leverages imperfect Artificial Intelligence to create more perfect pilot training.
The focus of the biennial defence and security trade exhibition, DSEI, has traditionally been on equipment and systems with real ships, tanks and aircraft, but there was also much to see this year for the military simulation and training community.
Cranfield University and the Royal Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office have signed a Strategic Relationship Charter setting out guiding principles for how the two organisations will work together more closely in research, innovation and education.
The Agency invited leading VR/AR/MR/XR developers to a virtual deep-dive on the latest developments in training devices, and how they’re adapting the regulatory process to accommodate inside-the-headset thinking.
The U.S. Army has awarded Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a Raytheon Technologies business, two contracts totaling $8.1 million to demonstrate and test a live training system prototype as part of its Synthetic Training Environment modernization program.
Tanjo AI has launched its new Enterprise Brain, a machine learning knowledge-discovery system that is designed to empower large organizations to make better decisions through optimized information mapping.
Head-mounted visual systems, digital twins, and other “X-reality” concepts are not new – the aviation training community has been developing such innovations for decades. World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) Chair and CAT/MS&T Editor Rick Adams presented a primer on the evolution of simulation training for the online VR AR Global Summit 2021.