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SimCentric delivers SAF-TAC synthetic environment for Australian Army Land Simulation Core 2.0
Home » SimCentric delivers SAF-TAC synthetic environment for Australian Army Land Simulation Core 2.0
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SimCentric Technologies is proud to announce their SAF-TAC virtual training environment has been procured by the Australian Army as part of the Land Simulation Core 2.0 (LS Core 2.0) Tranche 1 program.
Built upon the Unreal Engine commercial gaming platform, and optimized for Virtual Reality and Desktop employment, SAF-TAC utilizes the latest in gaming innovation to improve individual and collective proficiencies for military personnel through realistic, intuitive, immersive and easily adaptive training instances.
Working with Applied Virtual Simulation (AVS) as the LS Core 2.0 Tranche 1 prime, SimCentric shall be delivering SAF-TAC licenses for use throughout Army simulators as part of the Persistent Land Simulation System to upgrade and unify Army legacy simulation environments. SAF-TAC as part of LS Core 2.0 Tranche 1 shall be available across Army for VR and Desktop based simulators alike, including the ability to incorporate into future ADF programs across a variety of capabilities.
CEO SimCentric, Dr Adam Easton commented, “As a long-term trusted supplier to the Australian Army, SimCentric is proud to deliver cutting edge technologies of relevance to the Australian Army that will tangibly enhance their individual and collective skills. By leveraging the extensive advantages of the Unreal Engine commercial gaming engine including supply chains and wider platform investment, Army can rapidly and sustainably modernize to deliver unprecedented capability efficiently to its soldiers in a way that bespoke military software simply cannot achieve.”
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