The latest Army Warfighting Experiment in the UK highlighted industry innovations that are set to power collective training in the future.
Belgian Army exploits VR for training
The MoD’s CCV&C research centre has made a full 3D scan of Maalbeek Station (part of the Brussels mass transit system) and it is now using this data to create a virtual environment.
According to a recent press release from the MoD, it ‘sees great opportunities for using this promising technology, especially for training purposes'.
The project began as a thesis from Lt Jeroen Nelis, who the MoD described as a ‘VR expert and driving force behind the "VR shoot-house" project’.
Nelis explained that he would like the Belgian armed …
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