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Arnold Geisler, Business Development/Operations at Raytheon Intelligence Information & Services
This presentation was given at the 2016 Serious Play Conference, hosted by the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Raytheon is helping the US Army transform how they conduct large-unit collective training. Simulators and serious games can train individual Soldiers or small crews of up to 5 Soldiers, but Raytheon is creating ways to simultaneously train thousands of Soldiers in the same virtual battlespace – even when the Soldiers are located on training ranges thousands of miles apart. This talk will feature the latest on how the U.S. Army has transformed war games with the use of sensors, cameras, controllers and virtual reality to blend live, virtual and constructive training as well as the advantages of serious gaming technology when training commanders and large units of thousands of soldiers across multinational borders. This session will touch on the challenges faced with creating these huge virtual environments, passing ITAR and EXIM compliance standards and working with Allied and Coalition partners to ensure that all training requirements are met.