Presagis unveils new modelling and simulation software portfolio
Presagis has announced the releases of its new modelling and simulation (M&S) software portfolio, M&S Suite 13, designed to expedite application development for training, operations and simulation analysis.
The company said it has developed the new version of its M&S solution to overcome the cost of integrating disparate home-grown and third-party solutions. The new suite unites 3D modelling, terrain generation, simulation and visualisation software into one integrated package to enable users to create simulation content and scenarios faster while achieving greater realism and better performance.
M&S Suite 13 components include a modernised user interface with fully customisable desktop for faster 3D model development; a simplified terrain generation process; sharper visualisation; and a complete simulation development environment that includes more than fifty new civilian and military platforms and a new auto-population tool.
Stéphane Blondin, vice president, product management and marketing, Presagis, said: ‘Our customers are increasingly looking for ways to lower the costs associated with developing their simulation applications and consolidate the number of tools they use in order to focus efforts solely on their core businesses.
‘M&S Suite 13 was developed based on input gathered from client surveys, user groups and beta programmes, which streamlined development and produced superior simulation-based applications for training, operations and analysis.’
The system’s toolset provides an open, scalable, and reusable M&S environment; and new licensing options offer customers enhanced commercial flexibility.
Presagis serves the aerospace and defence, public safety and security, critical infrastructure, transportation, and academia markets.
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