French company MASA Group is looking for more customers in the Middle East for its AI-based simulation technology for training military land forces, including the latest iteration of their flagship product SWORD.
“MASA Group has proven it can develop cutting-edge training and simulation technology which can be operated worldwide,” said Marc de Fritsch, MASA’s new Managing Director at IDEX 2019, which opened in Abu Dhabi on February 17.
“We are looking forward to meeting with leaders and companies working in the Middle East as we strongly believe our offering can be tailored and implemented successfully in the region,”
MASA has a wealth of experience working with different militaries in Europe, North and South Americas, North Africa and Asia Pacific. “We are here at IDEX to develop our successful ongoing relationship with countries in the middle east region and are looking forward to demonstrating our capabilities,” said de Fritsch.
Developed in close relation with armies worldwide, SWORD is a cost-efficient constructive simulation focused on user needs. SWORD immerses brigade and division command stories staff in large-scale conflicts, stabilization operations, terrorist threats or natural disasters, providing a broader and more complete training solution that ultimately improves their decision-making capabilities.
SWORD simulates an extremely diverse range of situations in highly-realistic environments and lets trainees lead thousands of autonomous subordinate units on the virtual field.
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