Join BISim at MILSIM CEE for Two Days of Powerful Talks

Oct 08, 2018

PRAGUE — Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) is proud to be the event partner and sponsor of MilSim CEE, a new conference focused on military simulation issues for the Central and Eastern European region. The event will be held October 30-31 in Brno, Czech Republic.

“Bohemia Interactive Simulations are delighted to be part of the inaugural MilSim CEE event,” said Rusmat Ahmed, BISim's Senior Vice President-EMEA Sales. “With the event focusing specifically on the requirements in the Central and Eastern Europe region within the training and simulation market, we’re excited to utilize this unique platform to debate how modern cutting-edge technologies can allow CEE countries to achieve their military training and readiness goals more flexibly and economically.”

During the conference, BISim's Rusmat Ahmed will present on the latest BISim technology developments. BISim staff can also be found at our exhibition stand, showcasing VBS3 use cases for desktop and VR-based training and simulation.

Furthermore, BISim will conduct a 30-minute live presentation of the future of warfighter training through our flagship desktop training software VBS3, a software currently deployed throughout NATO.

This scenario called “Operation svoboda” highlights the countless possibilities for "Plan, Rehearse, Review, Repeat" using VBS3's immersive terrains and highly functional military/civilian models. Set in a representation of a European terrain complete with towns, hills and vegetation, a village will be cleared from occupying Opfor units. Role players in the room will act as military leaders in the scenario, leading the attack on the village by mounted and dismounted units. VBS3’s artificial intelligence will simulate additional troops for Blufor and Opfor as well as civilians. VBS3 enables you to “Train as you fight” without being limited to traditional constraints of large-scale real-life exercises, thereby revolutionizing military training, enabling militaries to train more often, with less costs and risks.

Alongside technical presentations from industry, the two-day conference will feature unrivalled representation from the region’s end user community, who will share a unique insight into their ongoing capability development, priorities and ambitions for the simulation and training domain.

The conference also will feature country updates by senior military personnel from:

  • The Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • NATO Joint Force Training Centre
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Slovenia
  • Slovakia
  • Serbia
  • Ukraine
  • U.S. Army Europe

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