VBS BLUE IG INTEGRATED WITH BUGEYE TECHNOLOGIES’ INITIAL RVCT...
VBS BLUE IG INTEGRATED WITH BUGEYE TECHNOLOGIES’ INITIAL RVCT AS PART OF DELIVERY TO U.S. ARMY IN ORLANDO FOR EVALUATION
ORLANDO, Fla. (USA) — VBS Blue IG, Bohemia Interactive Simulations’ high-performance, whole-earth image generator software, was recently integrated as part of Bugeye Technologies Inc.’s delivery of Reconfigurable Virtual Cockpit Trainers (RVCT) to the U.S. Army PEO-STRI in Orlando for evaluation as part of the Synthetic Training Environment (STE) OTA1.
Bugeye Technologies delivered multiple versions of mixed reality rotorcraft reconfigurable cockpit systems, man-in-the-loop unmanned aerial systems, and virtual reality door gunner trainers. VBS Blue IG was used to simulate a UAS sensor payload and streamed data to a AH-64 configured RVCT to provide Level-of-Interoperability 2 (LOI-2). The sensor was used to increase aircrew situational awareness and training fidelity.
VBS Blue IG is a high-performance, 3D whole-earth image generator designed to support the full spectrum of land, sea, air and space use cases for collective and individual training. VBS Blue IG’s uniquely versatile engine is able to provide new training capability for military and defense organizations to visualize and rehearse complex joint military operations anywhere in the world. It is already in use on dozens of defense industry projects ranging from VR-based flight and air crew training to multichannel simulation for JTAC/FAC training.
About Bohemia Interactive Simulations
Founded in 2001, Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) is a global software company at the forefront of simulation and training solutions for defense and civilian organizations. Our mission is to harness the explosive potential of technology to revolutionize training and simulation.
BISim utilizes the latest game-based technology and a large, experienced in-house team of engineers to develop high-fidelity, cost-effective training and simulation software products and components for defense applications.
Source: BISimulations Website