Germany Signs Agreement to Use Virtual Battlespace 3 Software

Germany Signs Agreement to Use Virtual Battlespace 3 Software

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Germany: Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) and eurosimtec have signed an agreement with German Office of Simulation and Testing to grant Virtual Battlespace 3 (VBS3) licenses to German Armed Forces. Claimed to be the most widely used virtual simulation software for military training in the world, VBS3 provides an immersive virtual environment that enables soldiers to train on tactics, rehearse for missions and practice standard operating procedures. The software also features an after-action review tool to help soldiers learn to think, make decisions and improve communications before heading to the field for live exercises.

The agreement also covers the supply of TerraTools 5 simulation environment development toolkit, eurosimtec's VB-Edit product line and SimCentric Technologies's VBS2Fires and VBS2Strike for call-for-fire and close air support mission training.

Source: Bohemia Interactive Simulations