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14 septembre 2011 3 14 /09 /septembre /2011 07:35


source quantum3d.com


SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 13 (UPI)


An immersive infantry combat simulation training system is being supplied to the U.S. Army by California's Quantum3D Inc.


Quantum3D, a provider of visual computing solutions for government and commercial applications, said its ExpeditionDI immersive training platform is being given to the Army through Intelligent Decisions Inc., a Virginia systems integrator.


"Intelligent Decisions and Quantum3D are partnering to provide our deploying soldiers with the best available training through the new Dismounted Soldier Training System," said Harry Martin, president and chief executive officer of Intelligent Decisions.


"Quantum3D's ExpeditionDI is a cutting-edge training platform that will enable Intelligent Decisions to deliver a fully immersive, virtual training environment to help the U.S. maintain its military advantage."


ExpeditionDI is the industry's first self-contained, wearable and fully immersive close combat infantry simulator training platform. As part of the Intelligent Decisions Dismounted Soldier Training System, ExpeditionDI will enable soldiers to easily and more effectively simulate individual and squad-based close-combat exercises.


ExpeditionDI is equipped with a high-resolution head-mounted display and a battery-powered wearable computing pack that enable an infantry squad to move through and interact in a virtual environment while fighting and communicating as they would in a real combat situation.


The Dismounted Soldier Training System is the first of its kind and allows U.S. soldiers, leaders and units to train in a virtual environment, helping improve the quality of instruction and combat preparedness, while simultaneously reducing training expenses.

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