ETSA Embraces Simulation Revolution

ETSA Embraces Simulation Revolution

BOASTING cinema-quality cut scenes, stirring musical scores and immersive environments, the video games market has transformed the expectations of those seeking virtual training solutions. Hailing a switch from bespoke programmes to a greater adoption of commercial and government off-the-shelf products,

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Simulation Association Targets Transatlantic Allies

Simulation Association Targets Transatlantic Allies

REAFFIRMING and forging transatlantic alliances will be high on the agenda of the European Training and Simulation Association (ETSA) during I/ITSEC 2012. Graham McIntyre (pictured left), the organisation’s chairman, will arrive at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando intent

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Virtual Battlefield

Virtual Battlefield

FOR the Service’s new breed of young soldiers, combat scenarios from the virtual front lines are almost as familiar as the challenges posed by operating for real in Afghanistan. Military titles such as Call of Duty and Battlefield are a mainstay of today’s PlayStation generation and the Army has been

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Virtual Warfare

Virtual Warfare

MEMBERS of the British Army’s PlayStation generation will head to Helmand province having honed their soldiering skills in virtual combat. As part of their year-long preparations for a winter tour of Afghanistan, troops from 20th Armoured Brigade have been immersed in a

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