Extended reality in military simulation software
Extended reality (XR) solutions can really give the military a leg up in the ever-evolving digital battlefield. We provide comprehensive support for the entire lifecycle of XR & 3D military simulations, including design, prototyping, testing, and maintenance.
But our offer isn’t limited just to simulations. The services we provide are tailored to meet the specific needs of every client, and our experience means we can craft virtually any 3D and XR software your organization needs.
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According to Chaos Theory Games, VR safety training decreases the likelihood of injuries by 43% among staff who have participated in it. Source: Finances Online.
The quality of the apps was outstanding. The team modeled every single detail with such accuracy that the simulations feel lifelike. They were always supportive and understanding, even with the large scope of work we entrusted them with. Their workflow was exceptional. Although the project grew as it progressed, 4Experience demonstrated an incredible ability to pack a lot of quality features in a rather narrow time frame.
Military simulation software & XR – top benefits
Improved training efficiency. Systematize the training process and easily assess skills. Make it more efficient, self-sufficient and repeatable.
XR on the battlefield can provide military personnel with an enhanced view of their surroundings, enabling them to make better decisions in the heat of battle.
Simulating threats in a safe environment, enabling military personnel to train for and respond to dangerous situations without putting themselves at risk.
Train your staff wherever they are. With VR & AR, you can train your employees remotely or even if an instructor is unavailable. All they need is a headset.
Reduce training costs. Pay for developing the application once and use it an unlimited amount of times.
Reduce maintenance and repair costs. Give military personnel step-by-step AR/VR instructions on how to maintain and repair equipment, reducing the amount of time and resources needed.
Projects from our portfolio
Professional Skills Training for TAURON
This was a project for Tauron – a large company from the energy sector. Our client needed a VR work simulator that would familiarize the employees with the workplace and the specifics of the equipment, thus allowing them to do the right thing based on the orders received from a supervisor.
The aim was to provide a safe step-by-step training course for a team that deals with risky activities. The challenge, though, was to move from strictly paper-based training to one that would best reflect real-life conditions that the workers are likely to face.
VR Mine Safety Training
Our client has the largest coal extraction potential in the European Union. The company hires almost 45,000 employees, and the mining areas of their mines cover more than 650 square km.
As a key partner in building the energy security of Poland, the client asked us to develop a VR mine training app that decreases the number of underground accidents. One of their miners entered the transmission belt, which unexpectedly moved, grabbed him and threw in a machine that smeared his leg, causing death.
Mateusz Gołuch, Head of Production
Mateusz has worked as a Project Manager since 2015. He has worked on over 100 projects so far. His problem-solving skills, team and customer focus led him to the Head of Production Department position. Nowadays, he manages a team of over 50 specialists.
He has extensive experience in software houses and creative agencies. Moreover, Mateusz has a business background and high communication skills (everyday contact with clients), and he can advise on business so that the client can achieve his goals.
He is a fan of business flow analysis and process optimization.
Interested in emotional intelligence.
An expert's opinion
The future of Military Simulation Software
Military simulation software has the potential to revolutionize the military by providing a cost-effective, efficient, and realistic training environment for personnel.
Through the use of this military simulation software, armed forces can gain a better understanding of the environment in which they are operating, as well as the potential threats they may face. The software can be used to simulate a wide range of conditions, including different terrain, weather, and weapons systems, to better prepare personnel for their mission.