By Ms. Andricka Thomas (CECOM)November 27, 2007
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command is showcasing its various technologies at the 2007 the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in Orlando, Fla., this week, Nov. 27 to 29.
Attending RDECOM Elements include the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center, the Simulation and Training Technology Center, and the Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center.
I/ITSEC promotes cooperation among the Armed Services, Industry, Academia and various Government agencies in pursuit of improved training and education programs, identification of common training issues and development of multiservice programs.
At the event, AMRDEC is displaying the video game AmericaAca,!a,,cs Army. The game introduces players to todayAca,!a,,cs Army, from Basic Training, Airborne School, weapons training to field exercises when engaged with enemy forces.
STTC is featuring the HapMed, a game-based simulation training system designed to support combat medics complete with manikin body parts. STTC also featured, the Tactical Digital Holograms, which addresses the need for visualization tools that provide a bridge between complex battlefield imagery data to Soldiers to facilitate mission planning, execution operations and debrief activities. The Modeling Architecture for Technology, Research and Experimentation, also displayed, is a system wherein a collection of multi-fidelity models, simulations and tools are integrated into an established architecture to conduct analyses, experimentation and technology trade-offs for RDECOM and others.
TARDEC is showcasing the Crew-Integration and Automation Testbed. The CAT ATD addresses Future Combat System requirements through development of advanced vehicle crew stations to test technological capabilities of two and three-man crews.