Thai Army Selects Israeli HarTech’s Wargaming System

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  • 02:47 AM, March 11, 2020
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Thai Army Selects Israeli HarTech’s Wargaming System
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Israel based HarTech Technologies and its Thai partner M-Landarch have been selected to provide a Wargaming Solution to the Royal Thai Army.

The team led by HarTech Technologies was awarded the US$8.8 million project following a competition with global leaders in the field of simulation, such as Rheinmetall. The project will be delivered over a period of less than two years and will provide the Royal Thai Army with a state-of-the-art training solution.

The unique, Simulation-based Serious Games (SSG)-based simulation will support the simulation of more than fifteen (15) divisions in an interactive, real-time wargame. The SSG-based simulation uses unique simulation models, allowing the simulation of entity-to-entity interaction, including all sensors and weapon systems.

The uniqueness of HarTech’s simulation solution is the use of Virtual Simulation fidelity in a Constructive Simulation, greatly improving the realism of the exercise and the reliability of the simulation outcome. HarTech’s SSG’s leading physical entity-based simulation allows for realistic training and leaves behind the legacy approach of statistical-based Constructive Simulation, which does not resemble modern warfare.

The high-fidelity simulation will support the simulation of individual entities based on customer-defined physical capabilities and Combat Behavior Sets. The simulation covers all aspects of warfare and other than war operations, including: intelligence and electronic warfare, maneuvering, fire support, air defense, engineering, logistics, command & control, and communication.

The SSG-based Wargaming System will support the training of more than 500 operators deployed in three different locations in Thailand.

Thai Army Selects Israeli HarTech’s Wargaming System
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