ADF 3D Range Design

Presented at Army Innovation Day 2017 up to Chief of Army level, SimCentric  has collaboratively developed their JSP403 compliant SAF-Foresight 3D Range Design, Visualization and Safety application with key stakeholders within the Australian Defence Force over the past twelve months with a core focus on fratricide risk reduction in live fire training.

As early adopters, the ADF continues to work collaboratively with SimCentric to further develop SAF-Foresight features and functionality, including active support to multiple range design, development and construction projects for future live fire ranges.

About SimCentric


SimCentric is a technology company focused on transforming training, safety and operational decision making through innovation.  We develop commercial, off-the-shelf technology and strive to be thought leaders and innovators in the areas of: Joint Fires training, range safety and fratricide prevention,  Virtual Reality and virtual training environments, representation of the future battlespace, and smart wearable technology for training. Read More

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  • As a veteran of the Australian Army, Dr. Adam Easton knows that military training in a live environment can be dangerous. With the goal of giving troops the best possible training under the safest of circumstances, Easton founded SimCentric Technologies in 2008 to provide simulation-based military training ............ Read More
  • SimCentric recently supported the multi-million dollar infrastructure development by the Australian Defence Force (ADF) in the siting and planning of the Section Urban Assault Range (SUAR) in Singleton. Read More
  • Earlier this month Dr Adam Easton (CEO) and Tom Constable (Director of Innovation) were fortunate enough to spent time with Officers and NCOs from the RAF Regiment.......... Read More
  • In light of recent COVID-19 events, SimCentric would like to update our stakeholders on the measures we have put in place to ensure continued support over this time. Read More
  • Oxford, UK – The United Kingdom Ministry of Defence (UK MOD) has awarded a rapid impact contract to SimCentric in order to assess, validate and trial their Virtual Reality (VR) platform SAF-TAC, built on the Unreal Engine 4 (UE4). Read More