Quantum3D to demonstrate close combat simulator platform at IDEX
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 14 - 2013 at 15:42
- PRESS RELEASE
Quantum3D, Inc., a leading provider of visual computing solutions for government and commercial applications, announced its award-winning ExpeditionDI, the industry's first self-contained, wearable and fully-immersive close combat infantry simulator training platform, will be on display during IDEX in Abu Dhabi from Feb. 17-21.
"We're very excited to be showcasing ExpeditionDI at IDEX for the first time," said Wade Guindy, president, Quantum3D.
"IDEX is one of the largest defense exhibitions in the world, providing an ideal venue for military and security professionals from the Middle East and North America to see the benefits of ExpeditionDI in person," he added.
Designed to deliver a realistic, immersive 3D training experience, ExpeditionDI is deployable on-base or in-theater for individual or squad-based training, as well as large scale joint training operations. It is equipped with a high-resolution Head Mounted Display (HMD) and fully integrated wearable computing pack to respond simultaneously to multiple body and weapon movements.
These advanced technologies enable an infantry squad to move through and interact in a virtual environment while fighting and communicating as they would in a real-world combat situation. For added flexibility, ExpeditionDI is an open architecture platform for a limitless amount of virtual locations and training scenarios.
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