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Sigma Defense Snags $4.7M Army Contract AI Powered Virtual Training Environment

by Kyle Meranda
Thor James
Thor James, Sigma Defense

Sigma Defense won a 12-month, $4.7 million contract to support the Army’s Operator Maintainer Immersive Virtual Reality Environment for Intelligence Training.

The company partnered with Brightline Interactive to develop a next-generation training ecosystem that uses spatial computing and augmented intelligence workflows to create a virtual training environment.

“The ability to leverage spatial computing, AI workflows and augmented reality (AR) to create an ecosystem that can be instantaneously changed and deployed will provide soldiers field-level maintenance (O&M) training for all emerging Intelligence Warfighting Function (IWfF) systems as well as some enduring systems across multiple training domains.” said Thor James, Sigma Defense executive vice president.

“In addition, the utilization of cloud based spatial computing, AI workflows, and augmented reality environments are innovative, next-generation technologies that further enable our vision of autonomously connecting people, systems, and data using open-source standards.”

This contract award aligns with Sigma Defense’s commitment to leveraging open standards and next-generation technology to deliver analytics capabilities to warfighters for sense, make sense and act capabilities for CJADC2, the company said.

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