What our Customers are saying
In 2015, the Belgian MOD purchased site licenses of VBS3.
VBS3 will allow Belgian Forces to increase their efficiency in education and training by offering low level tactical exercises and training events in a Joint & Combined Arms environment that otherwise would not be possible due to cost, safety risks, time limitations or lack of material and equipment.
The Brazilian Army is expanding the use of simulation in military training.
The Armoured Vehicles Instruction Centre uses the VBS2 System in a tactical simulator with 36 machines to train up to an armoured company with artillery support and engineering. The intention is to expand the use for all the Instruction and Assessment Centres to train companies and each unit to have the means to train at the platoon level. With that, the system will be in use at over 40 sites.
French Air Forces
The French Air Force provides CAS training to personnel in French and German military branches.
For training Forward Air Controllers, Virtual Battlespace is really the best and easiest to use. The environment of the battlefield is critical for decisions about whether to engage or not. With VBS I can add anything I can dream about - UAVs, weather, civilians, artillery - with a couple of clicks.
Swedish Armed Forces
In 2013, the Swedish Armed Forces purchased an enterprise license for VBS.
VBS has proved very good at training low-level commanders, small-level units and also to visualize various combat and interaction situations. VBS is a very flexible simulator and every type of unit can create their own scenarios based on their training needs. VBS will be an increasingly important training tool in our toolbox.