Gavap has partnered with computer games specialist Havok to develop and offer ultra-realistic small-arms training systems that will help military soldiers sharpen their skills and improve accuracy in the battlefield.
Gavap will use Havok’s real-time simulation and 3D visualisation technologies such as Havok’s Vision Engine, AI, Physics, and Havok Destruction to develop enhanced simulation systems for the military.
Gavap software research department manager Alban Bergeret said the Havok Vision Engine was selected by the company as the development platform of choice for its next-generation simulators because of its quality, performance, modularity, and first-class support.
“It allowed us to set up some very specific features, was easy to integrate into our development pipeline, and really helped us reach an outstanding level of quality,” Bergeret said.
Gavap will also use Havok’s new technology for simulation to provide training system developers with a complete end-to-end development toolkit for creating compelling, high-quality simulation environments.
“Our technologies provide an intuitive simulation development framework that complements their offerings and helps them to meet or exceed specific requirements for their clients, enabling Gavap to deliver a truly immersive small-arms training experience on time and on budget,” Cory Kumm, Havok’s Director of Military and Simulation said.
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