Training & Simulation

Revolutionising multi-domain training and education
for the end-user across the chain of command.

Deliver impactful multi-domain training

Enabling impactful multi-domain LVC training is critical for modern militaries who face a complex operating environment of hybrid and subthreshold warfare. The Military Metaverse has the potential to transform training in the Armed Forces, offering safe, scalable, interoperable and cost-effective ways to augment traditional methods and deliver real value to the end-user with the power of Web 3.0 technology.

Accelerate learning and development
A distributed and interconnected learning platform can have significant effects on the learning and development processes of military personnel across every function within Armed Forces organisations.
Real-time feedback
With training outcomes safely stored on the blockchain, the system would also offer real-time feedback to enable data-driven performance improvements.
Accessible mixed reality learning
As an accessible tool that is available on a 24/7 basis, the Military Metaverse can provide mixed reality aspects at all times to help trainees visualise their missions or objectives.
Tailored education
The secure integration of personalised data and records into the Military Metaverse will help deliver more value through comprehensive learning experiences.
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Training and simulation

Reshape military training and education in the Metaverse-ready era


Realistic and immersive experience

By exploiting the immersive and life-like environments that blend physical and virtual worlds, soldiers, pilots and sailors will be enabled to train together for complex missions in a safe and controlled space, with a reduced need for expensive real-world equipment or resources.


Scalable collective training

A persistent world of extended reality (XR) can facilitate joint training and collaboration between different military units and branches, nationally and internationally and help improve coordination between different forces.


Interoperable and open architecture

Allowing novel and legacy simulation systems to exchange and incorporate data seamlessly from multiple sources, such as sensors, weapons systems and communications networks is essential for realistic situational awareness training.

How can this impact spending for military training?

Typically, setting up large-scale live training exercises involves physical infrastructure and significant logistical costs, such as the use of firing ranges, training grounds and simulators. The implementation of Metaverse-ready training will offer a more cost-efficient approach to personnel training, resulting in considerable savings for the military.


Mitigate transportation costs

By deeply integrating LVC training elements across different domains, seamless collaboration can be achieved remotely, minimising the need for transporting personnel and equipment.


More training, for less

With a persistent Military Metaverse available 24/7, troops can train more frequently and rapidly from anywhere, reducing the time spent away from their regular duties. Large-scale exercises can also be organised faster leading to more collective training outcomes.


Meet net-zero goals

Leveraging the Military Metaverse for immersive training can help the Armed Forces meet net-zero goals, as well as wider government environmental targets, by significantly enhancing sustainability and reducing emission levels.

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