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Brazilian Armed Forces select Simthetiq for Army combat training simulation center

07 November 2018

Montreal, 7th November 2018

Simthetiq is pleased to announce that they will provide an enterprise license of their high fidelity 3D simulation models to the Brazilian Armed Forces for use in their latest combat simulator.

As part of the contract, Simthetiq will develop custom representations of Brazilian Armed Forces vehicles, armaments and human characters for the Virtual Battle Space (VBS3) serious game engine. Simthetiq’s rapid VBS configuration service will deliver fully operational, game ready entity models that can be deployed across various defense training and simulation infrastructures.

Vincent Cloutier, CEO of Simthetiq stated: “We are honored to add the Brazilian Armed Forces to the growing list of international training organizations around the world that are deploying our immersive solutions. Our team is looking forward to supporting and assisting this important customer during their development efforts.”


About Simthetiq Serving the defense and civil aviation markets for over a decade, we provide the most versatile end-to-end simulation solutions and bring training ever closer to reality. Simthetiq offers immersive visual solutions, software development and integration services in support of mission-critical simulation and training requirements.

About Simthetiq Entity Models Simthetiq’s X1 Library is the largest repository of non-classified, simulation ready, DIS and HLA compliant 3d models and terrain databases. Interoperable across all game engines and image generators, and deployable across enterprise simulation networks, Simthetiq’s X1 Library is a reference for distributed and joint training and simulation operations. Visit our website for more information:

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