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Ubisense launches location driven military training solution with integrated weapon orientation


Denver, Colorado - November 24 2009. To meet the growing demand for integrating location-driven solutions in the modern military training environment, Ubisense has developed a new ground breaking training suite. The Ubisense Location Driven Training Suite combines precision tracking from Ubisense, GPS data, real-time virtual world views, video cameras and weapons orientation from Innalabs into a single platform for a fully interactive Exercise Control (EXCON) and After Action Review (AAR) system.

Through the confluence of technologies After Action Reviews can be generated immediately, helping to improve training effectiveness. Video streams are indexed using spatial location and new weapons effects improve the variety and realism of training. 'By combining the Ubisense ultrawideband precise location with the Innalabs miniature orientation sensor, training systems can now track weaponry, head position, or full-body movements. ' said Jamie Marraccini, COO of Innalabs. 'The system works indoors and outdoors, in dense urban environments, and independent of lighting conditions'.

Another key element of the After Action Review is automatic video indexing which enables analysts to rapidly build relevant reports. The system can automatically generate events such as a person entering a zone or a simulated kill from a weapon and it can also be integrated into external event systems such as Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) 2000. By knowing the correct location and time for each event, the best virtual and video footage can be automatically retrieved and placed in an index. This dramatically reduces the time it takes analysts to generate reports minimizing the time between an exercise and the after action learning session.

'Our solution design is based on our extensive experience gathered from working with customers such as the National Training Center at Fort Irwin where 14 buildings are instrumented with our location tracking technology,' said Ubisense CEO Richard Green. 'We believe this will have significant value for the training community by providing not just precision location tracking but a solution to easily deploy and integrate that technology into other training centers'.

For more information see us at I/ITSEC Orlando November 30 - December 3rd 2009 at booth 2488.
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Press Contact: Caroline Brown, caroline.brown@ubisense.net, +1 (720) 249 4149

About Ubisense

Ubisense is the world leader in Precise Real-Time Location Systems and Consulting Services, tracking people and assets with unmatched accuracy, and giving enterprises the power to bring visibility and control to previously intractable business processes. With over 400 customers Worldwide, Ubisense is revolutionizing industries today. For more information please visit www.ubisense.net


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