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Revolutionizing Aviation: The 2023 Arrival of F-15E Strike Eagle Simulator by Vrgineers and Razbam Simulations

Stemming from prolonged collaboration between Vrgineers and Razbam Simulations, the innovative F-15E Strike Eagle training system will debut at the IT2EC exhibition in Rotterdam. The firms aim to supply economical, reconfigurable COTS training systems to the U.S. Air Force, merging Vrgineers’ Portable Trainer and XTAL 3 Virtual Headset with the F-15E Strike Eagle design from Razbam. The F-15E Strike Eagle design was launched earlier in the year and is accessible to anyone utilizing Digital Combat Simulator at home. This exclusive concept enables Air Forces to practice teamwork and mission run-throughs employing the most sophisticated and cost-effective solution currently accessible.

Portable Trainers are simple to set up and easy to transport (by two individuals). The device provides the utmost level of immersion owing to the application of XTAL, a 180 degrees field of vision, and a 4k resolution headset. Increasing demand for pilots, endorsement of virtual pilot instruction to guarantee flight safety, and the need to decrease the expense of pilot training are the primary reasons for the swift rise in the usage of these COTS trainers as part of expanding Pilot Next, RVCT, and other advanced training schemes.

“The amalgamation we achieved with Vrgineers simulators enables all features of our model to transform into an ultimate training solution, offering a cost-effective alternative to all F-15E air forces and operators,” declares Ronald Zambrano, CEO & founder of Razbam Simulations.

“The accuracy of the RAZBAM F-15E Strike Eagle is extraordinary. The intricacy of the cockpit and the range of functions available in combination with our trainers allows practically anyone to become a proficient F-15 pilot. We predict that by 2030 every pilot will have one of these trainers readily available, and can utilize it from home,” articulates Marek Polcak, CEO & co-founder of Vrgineers.

The remainder of the instrumental panel and cockpit is virtual. All switch and knob manipulation is resolved by hand tracking of the trackball, allowing a pilot to access full capabilities. The existing platform isn’t apt for procedural training due to the absence of necessary features for muscle memory training. However, Vrgineers is developing a mixed-reality version of the F-15E trainer, intended to be unveiled for the first time at the I/ITSEC in Orlando this year. The mixed-reality setup will enable full 1:1 training. In addition to all mentioned, the F-15E model incorporates the new TALON AI, a co-pilot AI managing tactical tasks such as target locking and navigation.

Vrgineers leads in developing immersive technologies concentrating on training professional fighter jet and helicopter pilots. The firm develops and manufactures its XTAL headset for virtual and mixed reality. The company’s product range also comprises flight simulators – the Classroom, Portable, and Custom Trainer. The XTAL headset is developed considering the priorities of professional pilots and instructors from the global aviation community to meet the most stringent requirements for realistic simulation. This is achieved through the unique blend of a broad field of view and high image quality that XTAL offers. Vrgineers simulators form the foundation of a modern synthetic training platform.

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