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PEO STRI, Project Manager Soldier Training, Synthetic Training Environment – Cross Functional Team, Army Contracting Command – Orlando, National Security Technology
Accelerator, and 14 Industry Partners The industry panel event opened with remarks by the PEO, followed by the moderator discussing the rules of engagement and agenda.
The agenda consisted of five READ MORE
In accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 2371b, an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) has been awarded on 20 June 2019 under the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Family Maintenance Trainer (FMT) Common Core (CC) Diagnostic and Troubleshoot Trainer (DTT) prototype. The project was awarded to DiSTI, READ MORE
On June 14, 2019, in accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 2371b, the Army Contracting Command – Orlando has awarded two Prototype Other Transaction Agreements under the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Synthetic Training Environment’s Common Synthetic Environment.
The Common Synthetic Environment is the platform enabler of the Synthetic READ MORE
Army Prototype Will Enhance Force-on-Force Soldier Training
Service uses new contracting method to speed development
Arlington, VA. – June 18, 2019 –The U.S. Army awarded a $692,223 agreement to ZelTech Training Solutions (ZTS) of Winter Park, Florida, to provide a prototype for improving solider training by READ MORE
Prototype Intended to Increase Military’s Missile Testing Capabilities as New Ordinance Comes Online
ARLINGTON, VA – June 14, 2019 — The U.S. Army has awarded a $27,769,670 agreement to Photo-Sonics of Chatsworth, California to develop a prototype system to improve missile testing through remotely-operated, interoperable optical tracking for the Department of READ MORE
The Army recently conducted user assessments of its “One World Terrain” technology, a key component of the Synthetic Training Environment that will allow Soldiers to train virtually in 3-D on battlefields around the world from home station or deployed locations. NSTXL has been at the forefront of these READ MORE
NSTXL TReX Director, Teresa Speck, will be participating in an Amazon Web Service and Public Spend Forum entitled Breakthrough: Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Applications and Startups in Government. During this session government leaders, technology startups and emerging technology firms, and experts to discuss how AR/VR technologies can transform governments READ MORE
Special Announcement: Update on STE
On Wednesday, January 30th, I stood in front of a full-house here in Orlando to brief the announcement of how the Synthetic Training Environment (STE) was moving forward in our acquisition process and how we believed the STE will achieve Initial Operational Capability in 2021. READ MORE
TReX PALT Industry Forum
Q&A from Event: QA_12Feb2019_Industry Engagement Session_1_Final
Slides from Event: TReX FEB PALT Industry Engagement Final_2019
Army Contracting Command – Orlando (ACC-ORL), Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO-STRI) and the National Security Technology Accelerator (NSTXL) will initiate a new Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) PALT forum with industry on READ MORE