OpEx is a virtual battlefield exercise training software designed to adapt to various technological environments and produce real time results for our nation’s military. Each feature has been designed to address specific end-user needs and comply with military doctrine and standards. In the end, OpEx is a revolutionary solution that not only performs well, but is adaptable enough to meet the diverse needs of both schoolhouse instruction and unit professional development.
As leaders prepare their battle plan, they are able to switch between customized perspectives. This allows students to learn by experiencing the multiple perspectives.
Because of the pace of technological development, it is essential to anticipate and accommodate variable software environments. OpEx’s custom, lightweight architecture allows for swift integration into existing exercise simulation systems used by the US Army.
During execution, students can plan and trigger sequential actions on the fly, building a synchronization matrix. This built-in adaptability and smart-graphic integration mimics how plans are built in the field, giving trainees a realistic training platform.
The collaborative After Action Review (AAR) capability allows for small groups to review the mission executed, and adjust plans for the next run. The instant playback feature allows the student to review mission execution in real-time from multiple perspectives. Thus, AARs are particularly useful in communicating key learning objectives and facilitating discussion.
OpEx is designed to give teams the opportunity to easily export the learning points and results of the exercise. The screen capture and export capability enables trainers to capture key situations in the mission for later analysis and discussion.