CAE Combat Training Simulator Declared Ready for Use; Ian Bell Comments

Cae logo_EbizCAE has provided the German army with a simulation system that works to help train military forces for command and control operations.

The GESI simulation software has been declared ready for use at an army combat simulation center in Wildflecken, CAE said Monday.

Ian Bell, vice president and business leader of CAE’s military business in Europe, said the company updated the software to help customers carry out simulated exercises for battalion and brigade staff.

New features include an exercise editor, an after-action-review function, C2 system interoperability and emergency management simulation.

The company provides military, civil aviation and helicopter training services for 100,000 crew members per year in more than 45 locations worldwide.

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