Rockwell Collins enables customers to securely and effectively train across the spectrum in live, virtual and blended environments. The company provides training environments that are highly scalable, immersive, realistic and seamless across live and synthetic training domains – all contributing to the optimal readiness of operators and support personnel.
On booth #2201 at this year's I/ITSEC, Rockwell Collins let visitors experience readiness without boundaries, where one was able to learn more about how the company is changing what's possible in integrated training environments, featuring:
The COALESCENCE mixed reality system is a portable, highly immersive mixed reality training for all platform domains.
The Integrated Digital Vision System (IDVS) enables soldiers with wearable, head-up, digitally augmented vision with infrared, night vision and symbology for 24/7 visual situational awareness dominance.
Virtual reality-based distance learning is an effective, affordable, highly realistic maintenance training for any location.
The Waveguide helmet-mounted display consists of next-generation, wearable, high-fidelity devices for head-up, immersive training.
WholeEarth synthetic environment is one of the highest resolution complete Earth visual databases in the industry.
The EP-8100 image generation system performs with great realism while preserving the customers investment.
The Virtual Avionics Procedures Trainer (VAPT) highlights the latest in high-fidelity, lower-cost training for PRO LINE FUSION embedded display system (EDS) and other avionics offerings Rockwell Collins furthermore showcases training effectiveness via research, demonstrating measurable proof of optimal learning, while Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) enabled training is comprehensive, interoperable, secure and available today.
The company's Tactical Combat Training System Increment II (TCTS Inc. II) is the US Navy's and US Marine Corps' next-generation air combat training, providing great operational training realism while advancing aircrew proficiency across the mission training spectrum.
During Operation Blended Warrior (OBW), I/ITSEC's LVC networked training exercise, Rockwell Collins again plays a major role. This year's OBW will coordinate more than 40 participants from the show floor – and for the first time, from multiple locations worldwide. The training exercise will highlight key challenges both services and industry face when organising such a complex endeavor. At Rockwell Collins' booth (#2201) one gets to see scenarios demonstrating the company's response to these training challenges presented by complex, LVC-enabled environments across air, land, sea and cyber domains.