Quantum3D unveils ExpeditionDI enhancements
Quantum3D has announced a number of updates to its ExpeditionDI self-contained, wearable and fully-immersive close combat infantry simulator training platform. The enhancements include an Intel quad-core processor and a NVIDIA GPU for realistic visual graphics and faster performance to deliver advanced 3D virtual training.
Quantum3D has also announced it is adding an ExpeditionDI OEM solution to its line, available for partners looking to integrate ExpeditionDI capabilities into unique and custom warrior simulation and training applications. The OEM solution is now available along with the Warrior Kit, a single, fully functioning kit ready for training, and the Squad Kit, a system including multiple warrior kits for squad-based training needs.
The latest ExpeditionDI also adds support for an M320 grenade launcher, and integrates new wireless technology to support training for nearly a limitless number of soldiers in a single environment simultaneously, without any signal interference. Designed to meet the demands for any training scenario, ExpeditionDI features a quad battery pack for up to two hours of continuous simulation training without interruption, and a wide field-of-view head mount display (HMD) for a 60-degree horizontal Field-of-View perspective to more effectively immerse soldiers in a virtual training environment.
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