Kratos Demonstrates Highly Flexible, Virtual Collective Training System Based On Advanced Immersive Technology at I/ITSEC
With ease of deployment to serve the Point of Need (PoN), RVCTS satisfies the military’s demand for a cost-effective, reconfigurable, multi-platform, immersive training environment that incorporates the latest technology in an open architecture framework.
Scalable, Reconfigurable Design Increases Training Value and Reduces Life Cycle Costs
The RVCTS-air (RVCTS-A) configuration, as demonstrated at I/ITSEC, is designed to achieve aircrew and collective training capability by reconfiguring into the required rotary wing platforms. The RVCTS-A I/ITSEC demo supports three rotary-wing platform configurations (UH-60M / CH-47F / AH-64D) and was designed to reconfigure from one to another in as little as 30 minutes. RVCTS-A can also perform collective training by deploying multiple aircraft platform configurations. Such versatility significantly lowers life-cycle costs while its technology innovation increases training value.
The RVCTS-A can perform Aircrew training under a single aircraft platform by deploying the Cockpit Module, the Aerial Gunner’s Module and/or the Hoist or Cargo Module. With all modules operating in the same Synthetic Training Environment (STE) one has the flexibility to operate the RVCTS-A in a single aircrew environment or a collective multi-platform environment.
Mixed Reality Technology Delivers Training to the Point of Need (PoN)
As the only reconfigurable training system incorporating the latest mixed reality technology, RVCTS-A delivers the highest immersive fidelity of any collective training system. RVCTS-A introduces increased portability, ease of reconfiguration and can be delivered to the point of need (PoN).
Kratos develops advanced, affordable training solutions for U.S. and allied forces that enhance learning retention and increase warfighter readiness. Kratos is driving innovation in military simulation and training programs by integrating the latest immersive technologies, such as XR, with its blended learning content and open architecture simulation systems for air, ground, maritime and soon space domains.
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Source: Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc.