The Australian Government’s Defence Science and Technology Group (DST) has brought two MASA SWORD licences for use within its Land Capability Branch of the Joint Operations and Analysis Division.
The division develops ‘computational tools and techniques for use by multidisciplinary teams involved in land force analysis’.
‘We draw on strong collaboration with our clients, industry, academia and international d.efence partners to maintain a world-class military experimentation capability. Australia’s DST Group [has invested] in MASA SWORD to simulate complex operational research scenarios,’ the division said on its website.
French Army refreshes command training with SWORD:
The French Army has acquired a global licence for MASA Group’s SWORD command and staff training software to replace or upgrade its existing simulation systems in a contract worth more than EUR6 million (USD6.7 million).