The military training solution provided by Ubisense has been selected by Texas-based Fort Bliss to enhance the quality and safety of military training by providing accurate real-time tracking of assets and personnel and managing spatial data.
Sensor network will be installed in 25 multi-storey buildings to provide 3D tracking in rooms, stairwells and on roof tops. Ubisense will combine its precision tracking solution with the After Action Review (AAR) system and the General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) Exercise Control for precise location tracking of people within the buildings and to improve the efficiency and safety of the training at the Combined Arms Collective Training Facility.
Additionally, on-demand AAR reports will provide data on individual performance, which will help improve the quality of the training provided. Furthermore, with the 3D capabilities provided by Ubisense, Fort Bliss will be able to create various combat scenarios, record and playback the data for group or individual.
The sensor technology has been deployed in various military training facilities, including the California-based National Training Center at Fort Irwin.
The Vice President of sales and marketing for Ubisense in America, Jay Cadman stated that the technology has been evaluated against other tracking solutions for more than four years, but the company’s technology continues to provide better training quality and also reduced the training expenditure.