RNI Wins Award for Virtual Combat Medic

Posted on May 28, 2007

GDIS will be updated to support combat medic operations in live distributed serious game play using multiple commercial gaming engines.

RNI is supporting the Army Research Institute and RDECOM with extension of the GDIS technology to multiple commercial gaming engines. This extension includes implementation of a “Combat Medic” in the training network. The combat medic is based off of the TC3Sim application developed for RDECOM medical training.

RNI Wins Award at I/ITSEC

Posted on December 7, 2006

GDIS tied for first place in the People’s Choice Award for the Serious Games Challenge!

RNI had a double presence at I/ITSEC this year. RNI was showing in the RDECOM booth with GDIS running on a (DAGGERS) system supporting RDECOMs embedded training initiative. RNI was also represented in the Serious Games Challenge booth in competition with the 6 top chosen submissions.

RNI Supports SBIR Booth at 25th Army Science Conf.

Posted on November 27, 2006

The GDIS software was the focus of the SBIR/STTR presentations at the conference. The software was demonstrated in both native network form along with integration of standard DIS packages such as OTBSAF and C2MINCs.

Scenarios captured from the Air assault Expeditionary Force Experiment (AAEF) trainups in October / November 2006 were used to illustrate key features. The demonstration also allowed for live players (conference participants) to join and interact with playback data.

RNI is in the second year of a Phase II SBIR for GDIS development. Cost sharing options are available through the SBA for the duration of the phase II SBIR.