Presagis terrain modeling software

For gov simulation creators, 13 might be the charm

Presagis is known for being on the forefront of modeling, simulation, visualization, and embedded display application software. Its modeling and simulation software suite can help users with training, operations and analysis by accurately replicating terrain, creating precise 3D models and putting it all together into a highly accurate simulation. The company just released the M&S Suite 13, the latest version of its end-to-end solution that includes hundreds of product enhancements designed to speed application development for government users.

Simulations take off

Presagis visualization software toolkit provides users with enhanced rendering performance and support for additional visual effects such as 3D cloud decks 

The latest release of Presagis’ visualization software toolkit provides users with enhanced rendering performance and support for additional visual effects such as 3D cloud decks.

With the new features, M&S Suite 13 lets users create simulation content and scenarios faster while achieving greater realism and better performance, according to the company,  all within a development environment that is easier to use and more tightly integrated. Its toolset provides an open, scalable and reusable M&S environment.

New features of the Presagis M&S Suite 13 include:

Creator: The modernized user interface with customizable desktop speeds 3D model development by making it faster to build, modify, and validate models, says Presagis.
 
Terra Vista: A redesigned user interface simplifies the terrain generation process via a logical and step-by-step workflow.

STAGE: Including more than 50 new civilian and military platforms and a new auto-population tool, STAGE provides a complete simulation development environment.
 
Vega Prime: More realism is possible through enhanced rendering performance, more light points, depth pass and 3D clouds. Vega Prime 13 now natively supports the distributed interactive simulation and high-level architecture communication protocols, as well as the CIGI standard as part of the base product.

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John Breeden II is a freelance technology writer for GCN.

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