DSEI 2023: Forge decision tool to help develop British Army doctrine for new armoured vehicles
A consortium of UK small and medium-sized companies has been awarded a four-year contract to develop a specific version of its Forge decision support tool for the British Army’s Land Warfare Centre (LWC)
The group consists of Hadean, which provides its scalable computing platform; ST Engineering Antycip which offers its VR Forces entity-level constructive simulation; and data analytic specialist Cervus with is HIVE analysis tool.
Speaking at DSEI, Alan Roan, Cervus' managing director, said the contract will support the LWC’s experimentation programme. He explained that there are three parts to an experiment – scoping, execution and analysis – and that the consortium
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