Whether you fly jets, participate in collective training of ground forces, or surveil the oceans, MAK ONE has capabilities and new features that make the virtual world just right, from your perspective.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (PRWEB) July 01, 2020
MAK Technologies (MAK), a company of ST Engineering North America, today announced the Summer 2020 release of MAK ONE, a whole-world synthetic environment simulation platform. The latest release to the MAK ONE suite, which includes VR-Forces, VR-Engage, VR-Vantage, and VR-Link, incorporates new capabilities and features that enable users to model, simulate and visualize the world from their own unique perspective.
MAK ONE features rich libraries of models, behaviors, and environmental effects, allowing users to model, simulate, and visualize the most realistic scenarios. Trainees will relish the beautiful virtual reality rendered in high-resolution accurate detail, both visually and through imaging sensors, while instructors will value the ease of creating rich scenarios to fill the environment with human characters, vehicle models, and computer-generated behaviors. Developers will benefit from the flexibility of application programming interfaces (APIs) to plug in their custom models and behaviors, while system engineers will appreciate controls over the environment that enable the design of new system prototypes.
"Whether you fly jets, participate in collective training of ground forces, or surveil the oceans, MAK ONE has capabilities and new features that make the virtual world just right, from your perspective. This release has more new capabilities than any previous release of MAK products, and includes new capabilities that our customers have asked for, and more that we know they will need and enjoy,” said Jim Kogler, Vice President of Products, MAK Technologies.
"The enhanced capabilities of MAK ONE enable our customers to provide better, faster, and more realistic training applications to support our warfighters, and demonstrates our continued dedication to create leading-edge products that push the limits of simulation technology and exceed our customers’ expectations,” said Bill Cole, President and CEO of MAK Technologies.
As part of the product release, MAK will be hosting an online event series in July titled: MAK ONE – Simulate the World from YOUR Perspective. The events will present MAK ONE from a different perspective, focusing on its capabilities in the air, on the ground, and at sea. Each 1-½ hour session will contain new materials that will be delivered via an interactive mix of presentations, demonstrations, and Q&As. For more information on the events, visit: https://mak.com/reveal.
ST Engineering North America is the U.S. headquarters of ST Engineering, a global technology and engineering group, providing integrated solutions to the commercial and government markets in the aerospace, electronics, land systems, and marine sectors. Within the US, we have major operations in 17 cities across 13 states and more than 5,000 employees, providing innovative products and services across these diverse market segments. Please visit http://www.stengg.us.
MAK Technologies develops software for live, virtual, and constructive simulation. Built upon a strong foundation of COTS products, MAK delivers simulation, gaming, and networking technology in a flexible platform to meet the requirements of training system integrators, experimentation labs, and end users. Our primary users are in the aerospace and defense industries, yet our products and services can help customers anywhere modeling and simulation is needed to train, plan, analyze, experiment, prototype, and demonstrate. MAK is dedicated to serving our customers by building capable products, offering superior technical support, and innovating new ways to build, populate and view interoperable 3D simulated worlds. MAK continues to take advantage of new technologies that further the state of simulation. Our products help users link, simulate and visualize their world. MAK Technologies is a company of ST Engineering North America. Please visit http://www.mak.com for more information.