With regard to military training simulations, a fair fight occurs when a simulation does not provide an unfair advantage with two or more interconnected simulations.
This advantage can apply to mapping/terrain, vehicle simulation model, weapons, weather, or any other aspect of the environment.
Whether it is inconsistent terrains or badly timed simulators as in the examples above, achieving a fair fight is as challenging as it is essential. A simulator that does not provide accurate, realistic, or even dependable training risks producing negative training.
To learn more about Fair Fights, read the Presagis Blog article: Fair Fight Simulations