VBS3’s content is vast and varied
With more than 9,000 assets and growing, Virtual Battlespace 3’s content library has evolved over many years in consultation with military organizations, including the U.S., NATO and Allied forces, and commercial organizations who have sought new 3D models to use for training. Our 3D artists create high-quality, technically accurate and functional models of objects, people, vehicles, weapons and more.
VBS3 features Nvidia PhysX to provide more accurate physics-based interactions. Our designers create vehicles and people with realistic heat signatures for various optical views such as night vision. We frequently collaborate closely with subject matter experts and conduct our own research to ensure accuracy of our models.
VBS3 features more than 200 civilian avatar variations including many different ethnicities, genders and nationalities from the United States, Iraq, Afghanistan, Timor, Nigeria, Melanesia, and Solomon Islands. In addition, VBS3 includes models of civilian police forces, emergency services workers and the news media. The VBS3 content library includes soldiers of many different ranks, occupations, and branches of militaries from the U.S., Australia, Canada, UK, Czech Republic, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, New Zealand, Afghanistan, and India.
From Apache helicopters to Abrams Tanks to Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Dock ships, users can train on a wide variety of vehicles in VBS3. Our content library includes nearly 300 tracked vehicles, from bulldozers to Bradley Fighting Vehicles; more than 100 planes and unmanned systems, including the F18 and the Watchkeeper; and roughly 1,000 wheeled vehicles, including variations of the Humvee and the Stryker. VBS3's content library has hundreds of weapons, including machine guns, launchers, rifles, handguns, and ordnance, including grenades, IEDs, and mines. If there's no model available, customers can make their own model using Oxygen 2, which is included with VBS3, or BISim will help you with our professional services support.
BISim maintains an informative and searchable content database online. The content database is filter-based and includes weapon load-out information and preview images.
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