Presagis knows that bringing together live, virtual, and constructive training components is not a simple task. By integrating our suite of tools and solutions with the K-01 Pod, we are directly able to respond to the training simulation needs of today’s warfighters.
-Eric Simon, Vice-President Product Management, Presagis
With military budget allocations under intense scrutiny, it begs the question: why is live training so highly prioritized? Can we justify the resources required to conduct complex, live, large-scale combat scenarios? The public is already asking such questions, and, therefore, it is important to consider alternatives wherever possible. Hence, over the past few decades, industry trends have shown that it is possible to progressively and cautiously transfer core elements of live training curriculums over to digital counterparts.
Virtual training has already been shown to complement live training very effectively. Not only is it cheaper, safer, but it also offers repeatable and controlled scenarios that can be recorded, played back, and studied from different perspectives to allow trainees to analyze their mistakes and learn from them.
Now, what if we could move beyond the complimentary and find a way to combine the benefits of live training with the virtues of the virtual?