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VT MAK updates VR software

11th March 2020 - 13:00 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Bristol


MAK Technologies (also known as VT MAK) has released two new software updates for its VR-Forces and VR-Engage products, after the company won two major contracts.

VR-Forces is a simulation solution that provides computer-generated forces (CGF) in synthetic environments covering urban, battlefield, maritime, and airspace entities.

This threat generator can be used for training or mission rehearsal systems, as well as experimentation, or as an engine to stimulate C4I systems for testing.

During the scenario run-time, VR-Forces vehicles and humans interact with the terrain, follow roads, move in convoys, avoid obstacles, communicate over simulated radios, detect and engage enemy forces, and calculate

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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