Aechelon Technology, Inc. announced that it has received a contract from Aero Simulation Inc. for advanced Mixed Reality Image Generator Systems for the U.S. Air Force B-52. The system integrates a full-resolution, worldwide 3D visual and sensor database with extensive domestic and foreign areas of interest. This Global database is already deployed and being used on other DoD programs without the need of down-sampling, de-rating, or modification—thus ensuring complete correlation and commonality with other U.S. DoD devices also utilizing Aechelon Technology Image Generators. Aechelon Technology will supply its state-of-the-art Mixed Reality Workstations, a true multi-spectral compact image generator driving Varjo’s XR-3 Mixed Reality Head Mounted Display at a high rate and very low latency with NVIDIA Professional Series of GPUs.
Aechelon Technology is a leader in real-time computer graphics applications for training, simulation, and entertainment markets. The Company provides COTS-based, high-resolution, multi-channel, geo-specific image generators, OTW, and correlated sensor databases and integration services. The Company’s image generators are fielded, proven, and delivered with full logistics support and documentation. Aechelon Technology is ISO 9001:2015 certified, is located on the Internet at www.aechelon.com, and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Aechelon Technology is a trademark of Aechelon Technology. Quadro is a registered trademark of NVIDIA. Varjo and XR-3 are registered trademarks of Varjo.
ASI is a privately held company specializing in all aspects of training device development, modification, and sustainment. To accomplish this, ASI has over 210 engineering, management, manufacturing, logistics, cybersecurity, and maintenance professionals with headquarters in Tampa, FL, and personnel permanently assigned at military installations in Alabama, Florida, Texas, South Dakota, Oklahoma, and Mississippi. ASI’s primary customers are the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security. Additionally, they have provided their services to several allied partners, including Japan, Eqypt, France, South Korea, and Taiwan.