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Webinar: Discover RPR FOM 3 & Pitch Experience on RPR FOM

The RPR FOM (Real-Time Platform Reference Federation Object Model) is the most widely used data exchange model in defense simulation. This Webinar is an opportunity to discover capacities, evolutions and advantages of the latest standard version of RPR FOM (V3). Pitch will sharing experience on RPR FOM, history; use case,

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Webinar: Distributed Training for Air Force using HLA

Collective training used to be seen as bringing people together to one place for training. Thanks to modern distributed simulation technologies, defense customers around the world can now train from their home bases and interoperate across different services, and thus break new grounds in the push towards “train as you

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Pitch Recorder 3 – Introducing “Keyframe Jump”

Discover the latest Pitch Recorder 3.0 introducing a significant and unique new capability called “Keyframe Jump”. This feature guarantees that playback of a simulation recording always begins with accurate states. Pitch Recorder is a powerful tool for capturing any type of data from your simulation for real-time monitoring and debugging

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Catch-up on Pitch Café Webinars

Take the time to catch up on the latest distributed simulation technologies with Pitch. We have hosted free webinars on a series of topics related to distributed simulation. In 2020 Pitch delivered a total of 15 Pitch Café webinars with more than 13 hours of information on distributed simulation to

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Pitch Technologies Awarded Epic MegaGrant

Pitch Technologies is proud to announce the receipt of a substantial award from the 100 M$ Epic Games MegaGrant fund. The grant enables Pitch to develop new technologies for combining its leading simulation capabilities, based on open standards, with the Unreal Engine. The result will be an architecture that makes

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Evolution of NATO standards for federated simulation

Abstract: NATO and the Nations regularly use distributed simulation based on the High Level Architecture (HLA) interoperability standard. The current release is IEEE 1516-2010. In the NATO context, several official documents are available to standardize the use of HLA across NATO Nations:• STANAG-4603 describing the HLA standard.• STANREC-4800 describing the

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