Military Simulation and Virtual Training

Powering Advanced Applications for Ground and Marine Training & Simulation Markets

Military simulation and virtual training provide a cost-effective way for troops to train, learn new technologies, drive new vehicles and receive feedback on performance.

To continue improving the quality and efficiency of these training techniques, original equipment manufacturers (OEM) need to provide the most realistic conditions. These cost-effective training methods require reliable and high-performance solutions to improve the proficiency of the end user.

Market trends include:

  • Strong demand for transport, multi-role aircraft, and helicopters
  • Need to leverage data and analytics for assessment and feedback
  • Need for interoperable simulators across geographies

Continued advancements in technology and focus on improving the end user experience demand high performance and reliable solutions.

Dedicated Computing’s systems address these key industry challenges:

  • Improve performance. Dedicated Computing has years of experience delivering systems that meet the graphical needs of the training & simulation market. Our systems are reliable and give you the computational power needed to keep latency at zero.
  • Improve system uptime. Proactive monitoring and management improves reliability and corrects potential failures before they become a reality, avoiding downtime and reducing security threats associated with software stack vulnerabilities.
  • Extend global reach. With expertise in regulation and shipping requirements worldwide, Dedicated Computing can make expanding into other markets easier. We manage updates and new requirements throughout the product lifecycle.

Transforming T&S with Smart Image Management, Windows 10 and Customized Backup

The Latest Strategies to Revolutionize Training and Simulation

Training and simulation OEMs must find ways to reduce cost, extend training options to new environments, and increase performance of systems. Mastering image management, security protocols, compliance, and streamlined backups are all essential activities for OEMs to stay competitive in this landscape.

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