In this I/ITSEC 2014 report, MS&T shares the New Zealand Army’s Mission Combat Training School experience with MASA SWORD
Next January at the 7th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (ICAART 2015) in Lisbon, Juliette Lemaitre will present her paper “Towards a resource-based model of strategy to help designing opponent AI in RTS games”. Juliette is currently a PhD student at MASA Group and the Heudiasyc lab. She’s working on strategic behaviors in RTS games.
It has been a year of significant achievements for MASA since the last edition of I/ITSEC. The company now provides its smarter simulation software to over 15 countries, enhancing savings, flexibility and realism of mission preparedness training for armed forces around the world.
The latest editions of MASA Group’s flagship constructive simulation software, MASA SWORD, and its next generation middleware, MASA LIFE, will be introduced today at booth 2227 at the Inter-service/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando, Florida. The event also marks the end of a successful year for MASA, which has seen the continued growth of the company’s international customer base across Europe, Australasia, Asia Pacific and South America.
December 01 — 04, 2014
Orange County Convention Center, Booth #2227
Held from December 1st to 4th at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL, I/ITSEC is the world’s largest Modeling, Simulation and Training Conference.
Brand new features of MASA’s state-of-the-art products SWORD and LIFE have been demonstrated.
New Zealand is the first Commonwealth country to use MASA SWORD, exclusively demonstrated during a large scale international training exercise
Armed Forces from five countries took part in the annual ‘SUMAN Warrior’ training exercise last month in New Zealand, using MASA’s flagship SWORD constructive simulation software for the first time.
Held at the Linton Military Camp at Palmerston North, on New Zealand’s North Island, SUMAN Warrior is a land-based tactical-level Command Post Exercise (CPX) which is carried out between the nations within the Commonwealth’s Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) Singapore, United-Kingdom, Malaysia, Australia and New-Zealand (SUMAN).
After decades of in-house maintenance and development, the Brazilian Army decided a new COTS solution would provide significant benefits and ROI. The result is COMBATER, a constructive simulation system that is meeting their expectations. Lt Col Sergio Martins Rocha, Brazillian Army, tells the story.
South America, and Brazil in particular, is making major investments in training and simulation systems. This article investigates how Brazil is redefining its constructive training with the adoption of an innovative new training system.