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23 August 2012

Simthetiq to Develop Visual 3D Military Models for NH90 Simulator

Simthetiq has recently been awarded a contract by Sogitec Industries to develop a vast number of military and civilian real-time 3D models for the French Army and Navy NH90 Helicopter FFS (Full Flight Simulator) MRTDs (Medium-Range Training Device) as well as future simulation and training programs. The development will include a wide array of naval and air entity 3D models ranging from helicopters and fighters to ships and submarines, not to mention a handful of ground vehicles.

To fulfill the tactical mission training requirements, Simthetiq will include specific feature and options within each vehicle model, adding to the level of realism and functionality. Standard features (available with all Simthetiq models) comprise of multiple LODs (levels of detail), authentic texture schemes, precise material codes, distinct damage states and accurate thermal signatures to name a few. The addition of navigational, formation and obstruction light points will, in turn, enhance day and night training scenario capabilities.

About Sogitec
Sogitec Industries is a leading company in the market of logistic support products and services for Aerospace and Defense systems. The company was established in 1964 and has been a fully-owned subsidiary of aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation since 1984. Its capabilities allow Sogitec to act as prime contractor in international multi-year programs in the framework of complex industrial cooperation. Sogitec is a tier-one partner of Aerospace manufacturers.

About Simthetiq
Simthetiq is the leading developer of real-time COTS 3D military models and geo-specific synthetic environments for advanced training, research and gaming applications. Complemented by rapid-response support and development services, Simthetiq offers easy integration using popular formats and platforms including Openflight, VBS2 (Virtual Battlespace 2), CryEngine, One SAF, CDB (Common Database Format), also ensuring greater compatibility to HLA utilizing DIS (Distributed Interactive Simulation) enumeration. Visit and discover the various cost-effective 3D solutions offered at https://www.simthetiq.com