C4i Training & Technology (Booth 200) is offering visitors the opportunity to see its state-of-the-art simulation and training software in action and learn how C4i’s products are used to train staff and leaders in emergency management or military situations.
This year at CANSEC, the Calgary, Alberta-based company, with regional offices in Pasig City, Philippines, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, will be showcasing the latest versions of its scenario-based, interactive digital tabletop exercises, including EDMSIM (Emergency and Disaster Management Simulation) integrated with Bohemia Interactive’s VBS3 for training in a virtual-constructive environment, and the popular MILSIM military simulation with its new Monte Carlo simulation capability.
The Monte Carlo feature allows the same scenario to be run hundreds or thousands of times for quantitative or statistical analysis of outcomes. MILSIM is a multipurpose computer simulation tool, designed to train commanders and staff using an entity-based constructive simulation with an integrated Master Scenario Events List.
MILSIM simulates air, land and sea entities for joint operations. Earlier this year, C4i Training & Technology signed a large multiyear contract with a Middle Eastern country, completely outfitting its armed forces with its MILSIM simulation training software. This contract marks the third unnamed Middle Eastern country to utilise C4i’s MILSIM products.