Welcome to the MVRsimulation Fall 2021 newsletter.
The big news for our company this quarter is our name change from MetaVR to MVRsimulation. The name change aligns our company more closely with our growing suite of simulation products for the military and commercial training markets. While we have a new name, logo and website, our expertise remains unchanged and we continue to innovate for our customers under our new name of MVRsimulation.
We have announced some significant sales this quarter, including a package of 30 Part Task Mission Trainers (PTMTs), 54 VRSG licenses, a geospecific, 3D replica of Los Llanos Air Base, and a new terrain dataset of La Union, Murcia, to the NATO Tactical Leadership Programme (TLP) headquartered at Los Llanos Air Base, Albacete, Spain.
Other developments include a newly developed, patent-pending flight control stick for the PTMT, which allows the user to switch between side and center stick controls. This design will support the NATO TLP in training customers on a range of 3rd and 4th generation fast combat aircraft.
We continue to improve our eye gaze tracking offerings, with the PTMT now integrated with the Varjo XR-3 mixed reality headset. This integration will deliver increased insight for pilot trainees and instructors into where the pilot's gaze was directed in training engagements, and how it affected mission outcome.
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Our user community is key to forward technology development here at MVRsimulation, and as always we welcome any feedback or requests you might have regarding new software features and models - developed by our team free-of-charge for users on active software maintenance. Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New and Noteworthy
New sales include a big win for our ultra-low cost, deployable fixed-wing Part Task Mission Trainer with 30 cockpit shells and 54 VRSG licenses delivered to the NATO TLP - the leading center for NATO’s Allied Air Forces tactical training. The simulators have already entered service at Los Llanos Air Base, Albacete, Spain. VRSG has also entered service at the U.S. Air Force Academy's new Multi-Domain Laboratory, with 100 licenses ordered for the program.
Check out details of our new patent-pending flight control stick designed for the PTMT; attendees of Battlespace Simulation's MACE user group can see the system in action on 5-7th October, integrated with the Varjo XR-3 headset. Others looking for demonstrations of the PTMT or any of our other systems, including the Deployable Joint Fires Trainer, can arrange a virtual demo with the team by emailing email@example.com.
MVRsimulation in the News
In case you missed it: here is a round-up of recent coverage of MVRsimulation products and developments in the news, including a look at the use of VRSG during a combined training seminar held by U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa’s Warfare Center as part of the development of a new JTAC evaluator course.
Content updates include 130 new 3D models and 159 updated models, bringing the total count to over 8,900 models; new terrain datasets added to the VRSG software installation; and a custom-built 3D replica of Los Llanos Air Base, Spain, developed for the NATO TLP.
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