Cubic to Exhibit Military Training Tech at Capitol Hill M&S Expo; John Roberti Comments

roberti_john_smallA Cubic Corp. business unit, Cubic Global Defense has received an invitation from the National Training and Simulation Association to exhibit the company’s military training technologies at the 10th Annual Capitol Hill Modeling and Simulation Expo on July 9.

Cubic said Tuesday the showcase will provide an opportunity to demonstrate virtual training systems for homeland security, national defense and medical applications.

“With constrained budgets and limited time, there is a need for cost-effective solutions to maintain force readiness,” said John Roberti, vice president for government relations and strategy at Cubic.

He noted that the exhibit can guide members of Congress and staff in developing policy related to modeling and simulation technologies.

The company will present the following products at the event:

  • LCS Immersive Virtual Courseware
  • LCS Mission Bay Trainer
  • EST3000 small arms marksmanship training device
  • Initial Homestation Instrumentation Training System

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