BISim offers a comprehensive, cutting-edge technology suite for a broad range of multi-domain training uses. At ITEC 2019, visitors to BISim’s booth will see demonstrations of our technology as the simulation platform for land, sea and air use cases.
Visit BISim and partners at Stand ID40. Contact email@example.com to schedule meetings and product demos.
At ITEC 2019, BISim and partners will showcase a range of new products, capabilities and training applications at stand ID40. These include the following demonstrations:
VR Flight Trainer - Take a test flight of the T-45 VR Part-Task Trainer, developed by BISim for the U.S. Navy. The VR-PTT replicates the crewstation, avionics, and flight dynamics of the T-45 aircraft using VR technology and VBS Blue IG, BISim’s powerful 3D whole-earth image generator, to provide training at the point of need.
High-Performance Image Generation - See a demonstration of VBS Blue IG for a Joint Terminal Attack Controller use case presented by QuantaDyn Corp and using QuantaDyn’s QFires capability.
High-Fidelity, Part-Task Gunnery Training - BISim will demonstrate its CV9040 part-task trainer leveraging VBS3, developed for the Swedish Armed Forces. The CV9040 PTT is a highly adaptable and reconfigurable individual through to collective training solution employing cost-effective 'software panels' and touchscreen devices. BISim painstakingly recreated the CV 9040 down to the last detail, giving gunners and commanders the capability to operate the fully featured fire control system, sensors and optics, carry out the complete start up procedure, employ the complex airburst ammunition natures as they would in the actual vehicle.
VR RHIB Driver Training - Novatech will showcase a brand new rigid hull inflatable boat driver trainer, built using VBS3. Developed by Novatech and the University of Portsmouth for the Royal Navy, the simulator operates using a 3 degrees of freedom motion platform, complete with replica control console.
Delivering STE Today: Converging Virtual, Constructive and Gaming Through Cloud Technologies
Tuesday, May 14, 13:30-14:00, Theater 2
Join BISim's Senior Vice President, Product Management, Oliver Arup for a presentation on the development of cloud-enabled simulation technologies for the U.S. Army’s Synthetic Training Environment initiative. This presentation will describe some of the research and development efforts undertaken to accelerate the program, including extensive use of industry-leading technologies from outside the military simulation domain. The presentation concludes with lessons learned related to the application of cutting-edge technologies to solving STE requirements.
Lessons learned from getting loads of people in VR for collective training
Wednesday, May 15, 12:00-12:30, Theater 3
Join BISim’s Head of UK Sales Rusty Orwin for a discussion about BISim’s work for the British Army on the Virtual Reality in Land Training pilot.
VBS Information Session
Wednesday, May 15, 13:30-15:00, Room K16
BISim invites military and industry to learn about the latest updates to the BISim product line and hear our plans for upcoming releases and other future tech. Register here.
Beers from Around the World
Wednesday, May 15, 17:00-19:30, at Stand ID40
Join BISim staff and booth partners for a sampling of beers of the world.
NATO Panel: xR - Opportunities and Challenges for Future Training
Thursday, May 16, 9:00-10:00, Keynote Theater
BISim's Head of UK Sales Rusty Orwin joins a panel discussion on the future of military and simulation support for training.
TerraSim, a Bohemia Interactive Simulations Company, is a leading geospatial technology company that develops advanced software solutions to automate the manipulation of geospatial source data, the generation of 3D terrain databases, and the export of those environments to the widest range of visual, constructive, and serious game runtimes in the industry. For more information about TerraSim or our products, visit us on the web at www.terrasim.com or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
For over a decade, SimCentric Technologies has provided sought after expertise for the military simulation and software industry. Coming off a highly successful 2018, SimCentric will be exhibiting at ITEC 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden 14 – 16 May 2019 on the Bohemia Interactive Simulations booth ID40.
In addition to our cutting-edge Joint Fires software products FiresFST™, (VBS3 optimised) and SAFFIRES™ (DIS / HLA / CIGI standards based), SimCentric is demonstrating a host of market-leading technologies enabling the safe employment of your combat power, including our SAF-Foresight live fire fratricide risk mitigation software. When safety is on the line, only the very best training solution will suffice. Click here to schedule an appointment!
QuantaDyn Corporation will present the QFires PT-100 system, offering JTAC training in a compact, space-efficient design. The solution uses proven QuantaDyn software and technology currently deployed in the larger JTC TRS.
The PT-100 Portable solution packs into three checked luggage-sized travel cases; the system sets up and is ready for training in less than 10 minutes with 2 stations (student, instructor/role player) running on VBS Blue IG and connecting to a Barco Unisee video wall.
AFV Sim specializes in providing simulation training devices to assist developing and sustaining basic and advanced skill levels of the operators of armoured land vehicles and platforms. AFV Sim have developed a worldwide reputation for supplying high quality emulated training versions of the hardware equipment used in main battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and remote weapon stations. The product range includes control handles, instrument panels, sights and monitors for the gunners, commanders and drivers positions and can be used with simulation software as desktop trainers, or integrated into high-fidelity training systems.
Visitors will see demonstrations of BISim's CV9040 part-task trainer using VBS3 and AFV Sim’s high-fidelity CV9040 gunner emulated control handles to maximize training benefit.
Schenker Technologies creates the PC performance for individual demands - high-end Laptops and Desktops, equipped with the latest components and a maximum of flexibility for individual adjustments. All assembled in Germany. More information about the company can be found at https://www.schenker-tech.de/.
Founded in 1987, Novatech specializes in designing and manufacturing our own high-performance IT hardware, perfect for driving realistic training solutions, synthetic experiences and immersive virtual environments. Novatech delivers adaptable, cost-effective technology to some of the leading names in the aviation, defence and marine industries, from Boeing and BAE Systems to Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Transas.
At ITEC, Novatech will demonstrate a VR RHIB motion simulator using a 3 DoF simulator platform, complete with a replica control console. Trainees are pitted in various scenarios within a photorealistic VBS3 VR environment, allowing Royal Navy Reserve trainees to train within realistic and uncontrollable environmental conditions that they will be facing on the water.