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BMT at ITEC 2016


AeroBD | The AERO news Company…: BMT Defence Services (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, is set to launch its next generation training solution at the upcoming ITEC 2016 conference, which takes place at London’s ExCeL between 17th – 19th May.

From developing high fidelity immersive Virtual Reality (VR), through to making sense of complex big data challenges, BMT’s software development team will be on hand to discuss the latest technologies and methodologies it is using to create innovative training solutions within the defence market.

Simon Luck, Head of Information Systems and Information Assurance at BMT Defence Services comments: “ITEC offers a unique opportunity for us to engage with key stakeholders across the spectrum of training, education, modelling and simulation and demonstrate our capabilities and the value we can offer to the market.

VR is becoming even more prominent and it is key for industries such as defence to look at how it can harness and benefit from such technologies, particularly for the next generation of trainees who are influencing our technology rich world. The recent launch of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive brings the human back to the fore, and present a multitude of exploitation opportunities that can only enhance user experiences.”

BMT’s next generation training solution will be unveiled at the show where visitors to the stand will have the opportunity to demo the new platform. For further information, visit http://www.bmtrealitystudios.com/

BMT Defence Services Ltd
BMT Defence Services is the leading independent centre of engineering design, design support and technical services for defence customers. From concept design to acquisition support, in-service design and technology management, BMT Defence Services is known for its innovation, expertise and ability to tackle the most complex design and systems issues. BMT Defence Services’ strong track record in naval platform design for surface warships, submarines and auxiliaries together with extensive acquisition support experience within land domain projects is thanks to its people, including systems engineers, naval architects, marine engineers and software developers.

The company is based in Bath, Fareham, Barrow and Weymouth in the United Kingdom. It employs over 300 specialists and support staff.

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