Red 6 announced that it has received a contract from Tactical Funding Increase (TACFI), an implementation of the US Air Force Supplemental Funding Pilot Program.
The US Air Force has adopted a virtual reality training system called Street Smarts Virtual Reality (SSVR) to train its personnel.
The company developing an aircraft platform with augmented reality capabilities for military training, Red 6, announced receipt of a $30 million Series A investment.
To utilize its AR technology, C-THRUTM, optimally for enhancing its navigation, communication, & coordination capabilities, the US Air Force has picked Qwake Technologies.
Leaders from across 60th Air Mobility Wing at the Travis Air Force Base took part in virtual reality (VR) suicide prevention training experiment.
The U.S. Air Force tested a suicide prevention training program powered by virtual reality(VR) amid growing suicide rates in the military.
Tyndall Air Force Base is testing augmented reality platforms to enhance base operations in the future.
The Air Force signed a USD67 million in deals to improve and expand its virtual training. The Force began working with Mass Virtual last year, awarding the company a prototype…