The Iowa Technology Institute has a long history of supporting defense simulation and training technologies. From research and development projects to delivery of turnkey simulators, we offer the most advanced simulation and simulator technologies. Our defense simulation technology has proven to reduce cost and time by up to 33% in design, testing, fielding, and training.
Cargo Aircraft Simulator
The Cargo Aircraft Simulator provides cost-effective training using a ground simulator with the most advanced avionics.
The Joint Strike Fighter Simulator is an effective system for pilot training.
The Operator Performance Laboratory's two AV-L29 Delfin jets are instrumented for human-in-the-loop simulation.
The Operator Performance Laboratory's two Mi-2 turbine helicopters are instrumented for human-in-the-loop simulation.
The Operator Performance Laboratory's AMG Model 997 HMMWV is instrumented for human-in-the-loop simulation.
GruntSim is a biomechanics and physiology simulation tool for the study of load carriage by military personnel.
Santos is a digital human modeling and simulation environment developed by the Virtual Soldier Research program.
Squadron Scenario Training
Using the Santos scenario building and re-playing capabilities, this system of networked computers allows for visual training of squadron-level warfighters on various strategies.
Using state-of-the-art virtual reality software and hardware, this system provides individual training capabilities for the soldier.
Virtual reality 3D visualization is used to familiarize military personnel with equipment.
This a sophisticated, realistic simulator for training purposes. Several vehicles and various scenarios can be simulated.
LVC is an integration concept that incorporates live, virtual, and constructive elements into a single environment to leverage the best of each domain to minimize logistics and maximize training effectiveness.
CATS is a hardware and software framework developed by the Operator Performance Laboratory to assist developers of cognitive systems.
QTEA is a tool that flight simulator designers can use to determine the optimal level of fidelity in a virtual environment.
SKATE quantifies skill levels, generates training scenarios, and provides a continuous skill-level assessment of disparately skilled trainees, teams, and units in a joint training exercise while maintaining the integrity and realism of the mission.