ARA to Demo New Simulation Technologies at I/ITSEC - MS&T

ARA to Demo New Simulation Technologies at I/ITSEC

Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA) will demo its latest simulation software at the 2019 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), which takes place from December 2-6 in Orlando, Florida. 

Conference-goers can preview ARA’s latest synthetic terrain capabilities and virtual reality (VR) technologies at booth 2572, which include the V-22 Landing Gear Part Task Trainer, the Virtual Tactical Assault Kit (VTAK), Synthetic Environment Creation Tools, and the Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) Web Browser Viewer.

For the third year, ARA is sponsoring I/ITSEC’s Serious Games Showcase and Challenge, which recognizes excellence in serious game development. ARA Vice President Randy Brown will be presenting the award for Best Student-Developed Game on Thursday, December 5, and he will be handing out new Oculus Quest VR kits to the winners.  

For the past 15 years, ARA has been innovating with the Unreal Engine. Conference-goers can also experience numerous Unreal Engine demonstrations on the show floor, including Part Task Trainer and VTAK in the ARA booth.