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Rockwell Collins to bring Coalescence™ mixed reality training system to ITEC 2017


Experts from Rockwell Collins will be available at ITEC 2017 to discuss and demonstrate key offerings for virtual, mixed and augmented reality solutions, transportable and full-flight simulators and live training systems.

Next week at ITEC 2017, Rockwell Collins, a leading provider and integrator of comprehensive simulation and training solutions, will demonstrate high-end visual solutions defining its position as the number one fast jet visual system provider in the world, in addition to Coalescence™, a mixed-reality training system for air, land and sea domains.

“Coalescence is the next generation of augmented reality for the simulation and training industry. We source the latest digital technologies and seamlessly layer them with the real world to bring a small-footprint and affordable training system,” said Claude Alber, managing director of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EUMEA) for Rockwell Collins. “Its ability to connect via Rockwell Collins’ live, virtual and constructive technologies and perform scenarios with other training components around the world makes Coalescence one of a kind.”

At the company’s exhibit (#16), experts from Rockwell Collins will be available to discuss and demonstrate key offerings for virtual, mixed and augmented reality solutions, transportable and full-flight simulators and live training systems. These include:

Leveraging its strengths in avionics system development and training systems design with capabilities in Live, Virtual and Constructive to blend the real world with the virtual world, Rockwell Collins delivers integrated solutions that span the entire training continuum from instructional systems design to fully integrated, high-fidelity simulations.

Visit rockwellcollins.com/simulation for more details on the company’s broad range of simulation and training offerings.

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