10 ‘Movers and Shakers’ on Display in Orlando
Motion cueing specialist D-BOX Technologies will be making a concerted effort to reinforce its already strong position as a core supplier to the simulation and training industry at I/ITSEC next week. The company will have a total of 10 systems on its booth or supporting the simulators of partner companies.
On the D-BOX booth proper will be four systems: a VR Gunner Trainer in partnership with Raydon; an MRAP Driver Simulator with CM Labs; a Bell 206 Helicopter Simulator with Precision Flight Control and Quantum3D; and a GTX Part Task Trainer with Precision Flight Control. Visitors will be able to fly helicopters, pilot armoured and tactical vehicles and operate a Virtual Reality unstabilised gunnery trainer and a jet fighter.
Elsewhere in the Orange County Convention Centre, D-BOX systems will be present in six other guises: Bohemia Interactive Simulations (F18-A VR Jet Fighter); CM Labs (Doron Precision Systems simulator); ECA Group (EF-X2 Motion and EF-TRUCK NG); Presagis; Quantum3D (Precision Flight Controls Simulator); and on the Serious Games Challenge booth Dubai Police general headquarters.
“Today, our product developments are still defined by a strong desire to innovate but it’s propelled by a compulsion to exceed the needs of a changing industry,” Yannick Gemme, Vice President, Sales, Simulation & Training at D-BOX, commented. “That organic amalgamation created a new level of product readiness for us. We’ve developed more integrated solutions that can accommodate a range of simulators from different forces including air, army, navy, and marines. We know that each vehicle has very particular motion cues, and we can use all of our experience and learnings to effectively replicate them with our system.”