Tag Archives: simulation

Meggitt to Build Virtual Firearms Training System for Marine Corps

The U.S. Marine Corps has awarded Meggitt Training Systems a $7.19 million delivery order to build a virtual small-arms training platform to USMC’s systems command. Meggitt said Tuesday it will produce Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer systems in an effort to help Marines hone their marksmanship, judgment and collective skills. “Utilizing simulation in these three training arenas …

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CAE’s Gene Colabatistto: ‘Portfolio Shaping’ Efforts Could Drive Simulation Market Consolidation

Gene Colabatistto, president of CAE‘s defense and security group, expects the training and simulation industry to see further consolidation as he observed many companies seeking to align their product portfolios, he told Defense News in an interview published Saturday. “I think you will see some companies trying to vertically integrate in …

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SRI Int’l Unveils Subsidiary for Training, T&E Services; John Prausa Comments

SRI International has created a new subsidiary that seeks to deliver training, performance assessment, test and evaluation as well as policy analysis services to commercial, government and military organizations. The company said Monday Ravenswood Solutions is a spinoff of its instrumentation and simulation business. Dan Donoghue currently leads the new company as president …

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SAIC Picked for Magazine’s Top Military Training, Simulation Tech Companies List

Science Applications International Corp. is included on a magazine’s list of the top simulation and training companies for the second consecutive year. Military Training Technology magazine recognized SAIC’s efforts to develop games, human performance, cognitive and evocative training, workforce development and cloud computing-based simulation platforms, SAIC said Tuesday. “We are honored to …

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Booz Allen, Florida Center for Cybersecurity Hold C-Suite Cyber Exercise

Booz Allen Hamilton and the Florida Center for Cybersecurity hosted a cybersecurity breach simulation exercise for more than 60 senior public- and private-sector leaders at the University of South Florida on Oct. 13. The partners said Tuesday the exercise sought to highlight the relevance of cybersecurity to C-level and boardroom executives and efforts to bolster internal communications …

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Gene Colabatistto: New Defense Contracts to Build CAE’s Training Services Portfolio

CAE received $76.5 million in contracts during its second fiscal quarter for training services and simulation products, including defense contracts from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and German air force. The company said Tuesday it will continue to provide KC-135 Aircrew Training System services to the Air Force, T-44C aircrew training services to the …

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Cubic to Help Integrate Australian Defense Simulation, Training Service; Mark Horn Comments

A Cubic business unit has been awarded a four-year, $18 million contract to help a Australian military center conduct simulation-based training programs. Cubic Defense Australia will perform the managed workforce service in Canberra, Australia and the Pacific region under the contract, Cubic said Tuesday. Mark Horn, general manager of Cubic Defense Australia, said …

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Cubic Lands Training Contract with Australian Army; Mark Horn Comments

Cubic has been selected to deliver training and simulation services for the Australian army’s exercise and advanced services standing offer operation. The company will work with the Australian army to plan and evaluate exercises, deliver simulated environmental effects and provide medical training, Cubic said Tuesday. “Cubic looks forward to supporting the Australian …

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