BAE Systems has partnered with Hadean to identify opportunities where the former’s military training expertise could be applied to the distributed computing company’s unified platform. The collaboration looks to enable warfighters to train on a synthetic environment for air, land, sea, space and cyber operations for enhanced decision support and situational awareness, BAE said Tuesday.
“The battlespace our customers are operating in is changing rapidly so we are adapting to stay ahead of the curve by partnering with cutting-edge companies like Hadean to meet this challenge,” commented Andy Kendall, director of training strategy for air sector at BAE.
The companies will also use data analytics and insights to boost training capability and output.
Craig Beddis, CEO and co-founder of Hadean, said the company’s scalable infrastructure and its partner’s experience will help address legacy training simulations to deliver cross-domain synthetic environments.
“Collaborating with BAE Systems will allow us to progress digital transformation, where governments and militaries will be able to leverage our joint solutions to take advantage of the latest emerging spatial computing technologies to maximize their mission preparedness.”