Raydon Features Training as a Service (TaaS) at
2015 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, D.C.
Oct 12, 2015 (Port Orange, FL)—Raydon Corporation the leading supplier of Virtual Reality Simulation to the U.S. Military announced today that they will be showcasing Training as a Service opportunities to key senior military leadership at the 2015 Association of the United States Army Annual meeting at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The AUSA Meeting is one of the largest land warfare expositions and professional development forums in the world.
Raydon’s Training as a Service matches virtual training enablers to Commander’s training objectives and throughput needs. This event-based virtual training approach synchronizes with the readiness cycle at the unit level. Raydon can usually fulfill a request within 90 days, and priority upgrades and capability improvements are included incrementally. Deploying units also have the option to have training systems deploy with them at highly competitive theater rates.
Training as a Service offers interoperable simulation training solutions that are mobile, reliable, and tailorable/flexible with no overhead or sustainment costs. The training suites offer maximum throughput by providing 8 – 12 training seats per trailer along with a military veteran instructor/operator/maintainer who can set up in a couple of hours and have the ability to move the system quickly. Training suites are both shore power and generator capable allowing for flexible garrison or field training site location options.
Reconfigurable simulation systems allow for a wide array of training options, featuring individual and crew unstabilized gunnery training that is ideal for training prior to Live Fire Density and ensure first-run crew qualification. Other training capabilities include, Stryker Remote Weapon Station (RWS) training at individual, crew, section and platoon levels that meet live-fire prerequisites. Convoy and route clearance training is also available to train collective and individual tasks on a variety of military vehicle platforms utilizing practice and evaluation exercises.
Commanders can now take advantage of Raydon’s Training as a Service event-based virtual training through GSA at www.gsaadvantage.gov keyword: Raydon. The advantage is this type of training service is that turnkey systems are delivered at STARTEX and picked up at ENDEX, and service include upgrades, maintenance, and warranty. That means you pay for system only when you need training, there are no MILCON requirements and no sustainment costs. Raydon has proven customer service satisfaction at multiple locations and has doubled first-run live-fire qualification rates for several U.S. Army and National Guard units. (BOOTH 213)
Raydon provides a wide range of simulation trainers that are modular in design and are the building blocks for a comprehensive, virtual training strategy intended to help Commanders REVITALIZE HOMESTATION TRAINING. Raydon is also first to market with a private fleet of trainers that can be reconfigured to meet any Commander's training objectives and are available for rental through GSA at significant cost saving as compared to procurement.
STATE OF THE ART, NOW…AND AFFORDABLE TOO.
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