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Simulation and Synthetic Environments excellence

Delivered by NSC, SERAPIS SSE – one of six lots of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory’s (Dstl) SERAPIS framework agreement – supports the UK Government’s research of next-generation Simulation and Synthetic Environments and associated tools and systems. Tasked with identifying and exploiting over-the-horizon technologies in support of the Ministry of Defence and cross-governmental departments, the programme encompasses the development of assessment processes to allow Defence … Continue reading Simulation and Synthetic Environments excellence

Turbulent times

The UK may be facing further social restrictions, but the growth of SERAPIS SSE’s community of practice continues to prove unconstrained by the coronavirus pandemic. Recent weeks have seen a flurry of new members committing to identifying – and exploiting – over-the-horizon Simulation and Synthetic Environments technologies in support of the Ministry of Defence and cross-governmental departments. Among the newcomers are Turbulent Designs, Polygeist and … Continue reading Turbulent times

Out now

The launch issue of Conduit – the SERAPIS SSE newsletter – is out now and available to view digitally on our Publications page. Featuring an update on progress to date from programme director Steve Yates, edition #1 shines a spotlight on both tasks tackled and the expertise of our community of practice. Continue reading Out now

By air, land and sea

SERAPIS SSE has seen its expertise of air, land and sea environments bolstered by the addition of Close Air Solutions (CAS) and ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK (AEUK) to its community of practice. Focused on delivering products and services that enable military personnel involved in the delivery of air and surface fires on the battlefield to train realistically, CAS has a proven head for heights, while AEUK … Continue reading By air, land and sea

NSC announced as lot lead

NSC is to support the UK Government’s research of next-generation Simulation and Synthetic Environments (SSE) that will be used to ready Britain’s military for the complexities of future operations. Under the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory’s (Dstl) six-year SERAPIS framework agreement, the simulation specialist will create and lead a community of innovative suppliers in a series of tasks to identify and exploit emerging and over-the-horizon … Continue reading NSC announced as lot lead