By Tim Turcich, Sr. AR/VR Software Engineer The defense industry worldwide is moving towards immersive training technologies to support next-generation infantry simulations and mission rehearsals. These technologies create real-world training environments that help users gain situational awareness and improve operational readiness. As one of the leading developers of simulation and...
Welcome to our Life at BISim blog series! Here, we'll give you an inside look into the day-to-day experiences of our employees at Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim). This blog series will feature stories from a diverse range of team members, from software engineers to project managers, who will share their insights, challenges, and achievements as they work to advance the state-of-...
By Pete Morrison, Chief Product Officer The growing complexity of modern warfare has led many defense organizations to focus on interoperability, automation, and artificial intelligence. Here are BISim’s predictions on some of the trends that will shape military simulation (milsim) investment in 2023, as premier western military organizations strive to prepare their forces for combat in a new era...
By Nicholas Edwards, Technical Project Lead Asia A squad has just returned from a patrol within their area of operations, a heavily jungled region with an active insurgency that their task force is assigned with first containing and then degrading. In their patrol debriefing to the Intelligence Officer, they describe what matches the descriptions of camps that the insurgency group has been...
By Claudio Taraschi, Business Developer UGVs – playing catch up There’s little doubt that unmanned systems are proven in the air! Now armies are looking to catch up with use of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs), but their use on the battlefield brings huge levels of complexity. Military UGVs will be autonomous. Thinking of autonomy, Toyota’s President and CEO, Akio Toyoda explained that “we...