The market leading automated wargame solution for training or decision support, MASA SWORD, has recently been upgraded with a series of new capabilities. Customers will benefit from a range of new features including an improved user interface to strengthen SWORD’s position as the world’s most popular training & analysis tool.
With customers in 15 countries around the world, MASA SWORD is rightly recognized as the world’s leading wargame with automated forces. The company has recently taken this capability a step further with the release of SWORD version 6.0. The range of new features included in this latest version is the result of a strong internal Research and Development effort that has been driven by a particularly close relationship with MASA’s growing customer base.
SWORD v6 will be publicly showcased for the first time at the ITEC exhibition and conference in Prague from 28-30 April 2015.
MASA Group has established itself as a leading international provider of Decisional Artificial Intelligence software to customers around the world in sectors such as the defense, public safety, games-related and 3D virtual universes. The company, which will be exhibiting on home territory at the eminent defense and security exhibition Eurosatory, brings valuable export sales to the French economy.
Originating from one of the world’s most prestigious scientific universities, Ecole Normale Supérieure, and under the leadership of a new management team, over the last four years MASA Group has evolved into a truly global company, specializing in the development of Artificial Intelligence-based Modelling & Simulation software. The company’s MASA SWORD and MASA LIFE commercial off the shelf (COTS) products are ideally suited to meet the challenges of our modern, fast-paced and dynamic world where changing situations and threats require targeted technological solutions.
As funding for defence projects continues to fall, armies are increasingly looking to simulation software for economically viable training solutions. Juan-Pablo Torres, CEO of MASA Group, discusses how artificial intelligence-based computer programs can save forces time and money.
MASA Group’s market leading automated wargame solution, SWORD, now includes advanced logistics capabilities. The new features make it possible to train logistics commanders with cutting-edge simulation tools that were previously only available for the training of tactical command staff.
Training solutions have traditionally focused upon tactical scenarios, neglecting logistics command posts requirements. Recognizing this need, MASA Group (« MASA »), a leading developer of Artificial Intelligence-based simulation software for the defense, emergency management, and games-related markets, made the decision to develop advanced logistics models for its flagship product. The developments are integrated in the latest release of SWORD, which will be demonstrated at ITEC. As a result SWORD will be the very first solution to provide state-of-the-art simulation capabilities to train logistics command staff.
MASA SWORD was adopted by the ESDEGUE (Colombian Superior War College) last August to equip its training center for command staff. The smart simulation platform allows scenarios for both military and public safety decision-makers.
MASA Group (“MASA”), a leading developer of Artificial Intelligence-based simulation software for the defense, emergency management, and games-related markets, announces ESDEGUE’s first use of its constructive simulation SWORD to train crisis supervisors and decision-makers of a privately-held corporation.
MASA Group and Systematic have entered into a strategic partnership to further develop and demonstrate their integrated Simulation-Command and Control solution for the military and civil security markets
The strategic relationship between MASA Group, a leading developer of Artificial Intelligence-based simulation software, and Danish software systems integrator Systematic was reinforced this month following the signing of a partner agreement. This partnership, initiated through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in 2011, follows a period of successful collaboration, including an 18 month project on behalf of the Danish MOD within the context of NATO’s Modelling & Simulation Group 085. The companies will continue to develop their synergies and respond to growing requirements for integrated Commercial-off-the-shelf (‘COTS’) Command and Control (‘C2’) solutions around the world.
La gestion de crise à visage humain (Crisis management with a human face) – Interview with Rémi Gilet, Vide President, France, MASA Group
In this interview, Rémi Gilet presents how the French SME, MASA Group, developed a simulation software that is unique in the world. It is an aide for preparation and decision making for all catastrophy management actors in France and abroad.