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MVRsimulation News Issue 57

MVRsimulation News Issue 57, Fall 2020

Welcome to the MetaVR Fall 2020 newsletter.

As a 100% remote-working company since our inception, activities here at MetaVR have continued as normal during what has turned out to be a very unusual 2020. Strong sales and exciting new product developments have kept the team busy throughout the first three-quarters of the year - read on to see some of the highlights from the year so far.

Recent Sales

New VRSG licenses have been ordered by the U.S. Air Force for RPAS training, and by the U.S. Air National Guard for both the HH-60G and F-16 training programs.

 

U.S. Air National Guard HH-60G Multi-Mission Crew Trainer delivered with VRSG

U.S. Air Force MQ-9 training program orders 171 more VRSG licenses

U.S. Air National Guard F-16 MTT program orders 380 more VRSG licenses

Product Updates

The development team has been busy rolling out Terrain Tools 1.6 with expanded support for Esri CityEngine generated culture, and VRSG support for Varjo VR HMDs.

 

Release of version 1.6 of MetaVR's Terrain Tools for Esri ArcGIS Desktop

VRSG supports many VR HMDs, including the Varjo VR-2 Pro and Varjo XR-1

Expanded Terrain Tools 1.6 support for Esri CityEngine generated culture

Content Updates

New additions to our terrain databases include a new high-resolution 3D terrain of Spain built with Terrain Tools 1.6, along with new models added to the 3D real-time model libraries.

 

New Spain terrain with coastlines, dense forests, and Albacete Air Base

Replica of Hajin, Syria, for sim training in a dense Middle Eastern urban area

MetaVR has modeled many components of the S-400 Triumf air defense system

 


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