SimCentric Technologies launch Fires Basic Skills Trainer (BST)

For over a decade SimCentric has provided sought after expertise for the military simulation and software industry.

SimCentric Technologies currently provides comprehensive Surface and Aerial Fires training and mission rehearsal software at the forefront of NATO and ABCA accredited military training continuums through our FiresIDF, FiresFST and FiresPRO applications.

Delivering maximized, targeted value for our military users, SimCentric Technologies is proud to announce the release of our Fires Basic Skills Trainer (BST) application. Ensuring maximum value and flexibility for our user community, FiresBST retains the high fidelity, quality, doctrinal compliance (NATO and Commonwealth) and visual augmentation aides of our flagship products, whilst delivering an intuitive and easy to use workflow tailored for all corps, individual skills in the application of surface fires.

SimCentric Senior Director – North America, Mr Lee Power, a former Instructor at the US Fires Center of Excellence, commented “We understand that militaries need to match expenditure to the generation of military capability. While our flagship applications remain the solution of choice to Joint Fires specialists across the world, FiresBST will allow the same quality of product to be used now by non-Fires specialists such as Infantry, Armor, and Military Police, and at much lower cost to meet their basic requirements for foundation soldier skills training and testing requirements.” Mr Power said.

“This ensures that we can enable the safe employment of combat power across the entire deployed force, whilst enabling flexibility and modularity for military and industry alike in delivering training solutions. A key benefit of this approach is that our user community can train efficiently in both stand-alone and instructor led configurations, and can upgrade at any time as required, retaining the same workflows and training interfaces. This delivers flexibility, scalability and training standardisation for our user community.” Mr Power said.

SimCentric Technologies are focussed on enabling the safe employment of your combat power. When safety is on the line, only the very best training solution will suffice.
 
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SimCentric Technologies is a global software company founded in 2008, and specializing in advanced, high fidelity simulation applications. Focusing on a “best in class” vision, SimCentric’s expertise in Safety, Accreditation, AI and Machine Learning enables Military organisations to maximise return from their simulation investment through both COTS and customised solutions.

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