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JUNE 2024 | Technology Report | military training


How cutting-edge technologies are combining to produce ultra-realistic simulation 

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In this latest Shephard technology report, Giles Ebbutt looks at how terrain datasets, 3D object models, MR headsets, end-user devices and more can be brought together to create a truly immersive training experience. 

Using the example of a real-world special forces hostage rescue exercise re-created in virtual form, the report provides a comprehensive overview of the technological building blocks available to achieve the highest possible level of realism. 

David Hurst, Director, Branded Content

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June 2024 |  technology report  | Military Training

The last TAK-tical mile

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MVRsimulation, PAR Government, Battlespace Simulations, Samsung and Varjo have integrated their commercial technologies to produce a solution that demonstrates the art of the possible for both training and mission rehearsal, where a simulation can stimulate and be visualised on real equipment used by a trainee immersed in a virtual environment.

Military training in the news 

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Read the latest military training news, including how the US is rethinking international exercises for SF operators, and details of the Australian Army’s new VR counter-mine simulation system. 


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