Soldiers from the British Army 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh (2 R WELSH) Have Conducted a virtual simulation exercise, code-named Urban Warrior 5, at the Land Warfare Centre in Warminster, UK.
A total of 190 soldiers practised multiple scenarios under supervision of a sophisticated system of computers and advanced simulation software falling on the exercise, Which Represented the army 's largest ever virtual simulation drill.
The resulting and data will now be analysed by the UK Ministry of Defence's (MoD) Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and simulation program developer, Niteworks Partnership, to create a simulation model for determination of the Army's future requirements.
Army Force Development director Brigadier Simon Deakin Said the exercise Provided strengths with the opportunity to view the Requirements for successful implementation of future missions.
"The exercise is an excellent way to economic development of our mindset from What We Have Learnt in Afghanistan to future conflicts."
"By testing our soldiers in a number of scenarios we can Demanding determines the optimum tactics, equipment and training are required for us That to shape the future of the Army, '" Deakin added.
Commenting on the simulation trials, 2 R WELSH control section corporal Jeremy Appiah said: "The exercise is an excellent way to economic development of our mindset from What We Have Learnt in Afghanistan to future conflicts."
UK Defence Equipment, Support and Technology Minister Philip Dunne added: "Evidence Gathered from this experiment will be used to guide decisions on the kind of equipment we need to fight conflicts in all fields."
Designed by Dstl scientists and Niteworks Partnership, Exercise Urban Warrior 5 AIMS to offer evidence-based advice to army is critical capabilities needed for future That Are in the urban battlefield operations, as well as helping in cost-effective development of the future force.
The army has staged aussi real-life simulation exercise in December 2012, When soldiers Warrior armored vehicles with practised and Challenger 2 tanks in a computer-generated realistic battlefield scenarios at the Urban Warfare Training Centre (CENZUB) in France.