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MetaVR VRSG Integration with BSI's Modern Air Combat Environment

Battlespace Simulations' (BSI's) Modern Air Combat Environment (MACE) is a holistic computer-generated/semi-automated forces (CGF/SAF) application used throughout the world for accredited Joint Fires training systems, electronic warfare training, and threat/entity generation. MACE provides a physics-based DIS-enabled simulation capable of being used in a wide variety of ways, including UAS and JTAC training scenario generation and management, threat generation, mission rehearsal, and part-task training. 

MACE is designed to work seamlessly with VRSG, BSI's recommended image generator for MACE, and the two products are used together in over 150 fielded training systems for both UAS and JTAC training systems

MetaVR VRSG visuals integrated with BSI MACE.
MetaVR VRSG visuals integrated in the MACE user interface, with fully correlated terrain. Image courtesy of Battlespace Simulations, Inc.

MACE can simulate an entire Integrated Air Defense System and/or provide constructive blue forces, and includes both Call-for-Fire (CFF) and 9-Line interfaces for rapidly assigning constructive entities to CFF/Close Air Support roles wsithin the distributed simulation. Users can also take control over constructive aircraft and fly them with a pilot-in-the-loop using MACE's HUD overlay for VRSG.

MACE's interaction with VRSG includes:

MetaVR has collaborated with BSI on multiple training solutions, such as:

MACE is also coupled with VRSG in multiple other simulation training systems, including:


MetaVR VRSG visuals integrated with BSI MACE in pilot station of AAJTS.
An air liaison officer with the 182nd Air Support Operations Group, Illinois Air National Guard, at the AAJTS pilot station with VRSG integrated in the MACE user interface. (Photo courtesy of Iowa Air National Guard; photo by Staff Sgt. Lealan Buehrer/Released.)


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