Amentum has won an agreement to develop a prototype of its Synthetic Training Environment Live Training System Force-on-Force solution by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation using the Training and Readiness Accelerator consortium.
Under the Other Transaction Authority, Amentum will implement new sensor-based technologies directly on the weapon and create a prototype of the next-generation of force-on-force training.
“Under this agreement, we are developing solutions that help the Army exceed its modernization and training requirements,” said Paul Cummings, Amentum vice president of transformational training. “We are pleased to have this opportunity to revolutionize live training systems for our warfighters, enhancing their effectiveness and interoperability.”
Amentum is leading a team of federal technology and service providers including FN America, Cole Engineering Systems, Cornet Technologies and SoarTech. Together, the team’s sensor-based technology combines embedded optics with computer vision software that mounts on the rail of a weapon system. It provides trainers and exercise control officers with real-time feedback of the shooter’s performance.