Maritime Training

Welcome to Bohemia Interactive Simulations’ showcase.

Read about a range of innovative approaches developers and integrators have employed to address their customers’ training requirements using VBS. Watch videos demonstrating the flexibility of VBS for training and simulation, ranging from virtual tactical training and mission rehearsal to forward air controller certification to full ship walk-through training.

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Helicopter Crew Training
Who:
Bluedrop Training &...
What:
VR-based Helicopter Crew...
When:
Sep 2017
Where:
 Canada
Bluedrop Training & Simulation’s CH-47 Chinook Rear Crew Mission Trainer (RCMT) is a fully immersive virtual training device for mission-specific,... Read More...
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Navy Crew Training
Who:
Orizzonte Sistemi Navali, IBR...
What:
Navy crew training
When:
Jan 2016
Where:
 Italy
Seeking to integrate virtual training among traditional training phases, the Italian Navy’s Marinalles New Ships Outfitting and Testing Navy Centre ca... Read More...
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Phalanx Close-In Weapons System Trainer
Who:
Royal New Zealand Navy and...
What:
Phalanx Close-In Weapons...
When:
Oct 2011
Where:
 New Zealand
The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) recently upgraded the Phalanx Close-In Weapons System on their two ANZAC Class Frigates to the Block 1B configuratio... Read More...
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Small Arms Weapons Training
Who:
Laser Shot
What:
Small Arms Weapons Training
When:
Apr 2014
Where:
 United States
For small arms marksmanship and tactical training, soldiers and law enforcement officers have only a few options: they can head out to ranges and expe... Read More...
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Full Ship Walkthrough
Who:
Royal Navy
What:
Full Ship Walkthrough
When:
Mar 2014
Where:
 United Kingdom
The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence commissioned a new class of destroyers, the Type 45, to replace its Type 42 destroyers, which had served the... Read More...