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Virgin Galactic selects Quantum3Ds advanced simulation platform for spaceship command training

The Virgin Galactic has selected the Quantum3Ds advanced simulation platform for the spaceship command training. The IDX 7000 offers enhanced performance and capabilities to deliver Virgin Galactic a versatile...

india Updated: Dec 05, 2012 12:31 IST
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"Our first priority in sub-orbital space exploration is safety and by leveraging Quantum3D s IDX 7000 with the most advanced image generation we are giving our pilots the best training available for space exploration " said Keith Colmer.



The IDX 7000 offers enhanced performance and capabilities to deliver Virgin Galactic a versatile and powerful simulation and training platform that can be setup in a dedicated room or easily transported to meet a range of onsite on-location and mobile training needs.



Combined with Mantis' Virgin Galactic is on the cusp of a new frontier – making sub-orbital space accessibility a reality " said Wade Guindy San Jose.



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