Neya Selected to Develop AI, Robotic Tech Prototypes

We’re proud to announce that our partner-division and frequent collaborator, Neya Systems

Virtual Heroes Launches Quarterly Newsletter

On July 13 the Virtual Heroes Division sent out our quarterly newsletter. Through the newsletter, we’ll keep you up to date with our latest happenings

Virtual Heroes Featured on Defense Media Network

Virtual Heroes and Raytheon Intelligence & Space are creating a virtual environment for V-22 maintenance training.

Virtual Heroes Launches Newsletter

On April 22 the Virtual Heroes Division sent out the inaugural issue of our quarterly newsletter. Through the newsletter, we’ll keep you up to date with our latest happenings, our innovative new technologies, and our upcoming conferences and media appearances.

ARA Innovates Army Training for Serious Burn Injuries

We’re transforming how the U.S. Army trains its medics to treat serious burn injuries. Check out this article on BurnCARE, featured in Simulation Spotlight.

Unreal-based Autonomous Vehicle Simulator

Check out our new video demonstrating our Unreal Engine-based autonomous vehicle simulator.

ARA’s Virtual Heroes Division Demos New Simulation Technologies at I/ITSEC 2019

ARA’s Virtual Heroes Division demoed their latest cutting-edge simulation software at the 2019 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC).

Virtual Heroes to Sponsor VR/AR Summit

Virtual Heroes is proud to sponsor the 2019 VR/AR Global Summit, being held October 31 – November 2 in Vancouver. Virtual Heroes VP Randy Brown will be speaking at the Immersive Trends in Defense panel on Saturday…

VRFCAT Approved for FDA Program

VeriSci’s Virtual Reality Functional Capacity Assessment Tool (VRFCAT) has been accepted into the FDA’s Clinical Outcome Assessment Qualification Program. “This FDA program is intended to qualify drug development tools that can be relied on to have a specific interpretation and application in any drug development program and regulatory review.”

Mission Critical Operator Overview Video

Check out our Mission Critical Operator overview video on YouTube. Wake Tech Community College’s Mission Critical Operator (MCO) training program, funded by the Department of Labor, trains students to fill mission-critical roles—individuals responsible for maintaining key data centers or HVAC complexes and guarding against operations failures.