MASA GROUP events and exhibitions 2019

September, 16th 2019, Paris, France – Business continues to grow for training and simulation specialists, MASA Group. Extensions to existing contracts have been confirmed and new contract with the Spanish army has recently been signed, while the company is also developing in related markets. The company has welcomed three new team members since the beginning of the year.

ITEC 2019 is coming up soon!

Come to ITEC & Meet with our team in Stockholm!

Join us on booth #IA40 & Experience the power of SWORD,
Our Constructive Simulation with AI controlled units

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Discover our new modules:

SWORD’s CBRN module,
SWORD ‘Disaster Response’ module,
SWORD DV configuration for ‘Army corps’ training 
& many others new updates!

Join us to discover our Comprehensive Civil Security Platform

Direct AI
Learn more about MASA’s Direct AI engine and how to design & deploy smart behaviors into any environment.


Hans Ten Bergen, New Markets Development & Sales Manager
at MASA Group will present:

Smart Simulation for Decision Support at HQ
Situational Awareness Improvement : From Classroom to Field  

Wednesday, May 15th at 12.00pm
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MASA Group to return to IITSEC with new SWORD capabilities and thought-leading presentations

22 November 2018, Paris, France: MASA Group exhibited at I/ITSEC in Orlando, USA, from 26 – 30 November 2018. Leaders in constructive simulation and AI-based simulation technology for training military forces, MASA will be showcasing the latest edition of its flagship product, SWORD. The latest iteration of SWORD, version 6.12, has been showcased on MASA’s booth 2459.

MASA team at I/ITSEC 2018

MASA presents at COTC 2018 in Norfolk

Norfolk, Virginia – December 12th 2018

MASA presenting new decision support development at the NATO Chiefs of Transformation Conference in Norfolk.

Hans, from our amazing team is speaking at the « Disruptive Advances Shaping Warfare » conference.

Chiefs of Transformation Conference 2018 Theme:


« There will be four syndicate topics, each led by an Allied Command Transformation Flag/ General Officer with support from Nations, Industry, Academia and others, where the attending Chiefs of Transformation Conference Principals (national Chiefs of Transformation, NATO Senior flag level or civilian equivalent leaders, Centres of Excellence directors and other designated senior attendees from across industry or academia) will, in a facilitated round-table format, exchange information, views and opinions with the aim to identify follow on activities in specific areas of interest.

The four syndicate topics (with Allied Command Transformation and supporting National leads), as developed through the two workshops, are:

  1. Human Capital Development: “Enabling People through Disruptive Advances: Alternate Perspectives
    – Deputy Chief of Staff Joint Forces Directorate, United States of America, Canada –
  2. Emerging & Disruptive Technology: “Data Centricity in Command&Control and Decision Making
    – Deputy Chief of Staff Capability Development, United Kingdom –
  3. Future Partnerships: “How can NATO and Partners embrace and exploit Disruptive Advances to enhance collaboration and information sharing?
    – Deputy Chief of Staff Military Partnerships, Australia, Ireland, Israel –
  4. Defence Planning Policy Analysis / Strategic Futures: “Long Term Considerations from NATO’s Strategic Foresight Analysis / Framework for Future Alliance Operations
    – Deputy Chief of Staff Strategic Plans & Policy, the Netherlands, Google –

Learn more on COTC website