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Presagis Announces SEGen Server




Orlando, FL (PRWEB) November 28, 2011

Presagis, a leading provider of commercial-off-the shelf (COTS) modeling, simulation, and embedded graphics solutions, today announced Presagis SEGen Server, a cost-effective, server-based software solution for the run-time generation of high-fidelity, highly realistic synthetic environments based on the Common Database (CDB) specification.




Today the modeling and simulation industry is being driven by users to deliver ever more realistic training environments to ensure an effective and immersive experience. The growing need for larger virtual training environments that cross geographies and terrain types, as well as the support for complex multi-domain simulation scenarios, is driving development of innovative solutions to meet these requirements.

Presagis is helping organizations break cost and time boundaries associated with the development of very large or highly detailed databases through the delivery of SEGen Server and the ability to procedurally generate synthetic environments at run-time, said Eric Simon, Vice President of Modeling & Simulation Solutions & Services at Presagis. This new innovative product from Presagis ensures interoperability and reusability of databases across projects, while further allowing users to quickly realize return-on-investment by reducing database development time and costs while optimizing the use and the allocation of development resources.

SEGen Server is based on a cutting-edge, procedural modeling methodology that speeds and eases synthetic environment construction while containing costs and decreasing project delivery risk. Teams developing training or simulation applications can immediately benefit from the ability to quickly deliver realistic, large area terrain representations of any location on the globe, up to 1m resolution, while benefiting from correlation for visualization and simulation applications.

With the introduction of SEGen Server, Presagis is meeting user demands for increased realism by delivering an open, affordable, standards-based solution for on-the-fly generation of any environment in the world. Leveraging CDB, this procedural modeling engine streamlines and simplifies database development, supports imagery, raster materials, and 3D models, and eases the ongoing update of visual and simulation applications. By allowing users to quickly make changes, or add data to the CDB repository, organizations avoid time-consuming recompiling of data. Further, SEGen Server displays both procedurally generated imagery alongside geo-specific imagery without or with minimal required manual editing of the database. By eliminating the need to invest in costly database development efforts, satellite imagery, and data storage, SEGen Server saves the user valuable time, money, and resources.

Presagis will be demonstrating SEGen Server at booth #2101 at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), the worlds largest military simulation show, in Orlando, Florida, from November 28 – December 1, 2011.

Presagis SEGen Server will become generally available in early 2012.

About Presagis

Presagis is a global leader providing commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) modeling, simulation and embedded graphics solutions to the aerospace and defense markets and is the only developer to deliver a unified COTS software portfolio based on open-standards. Presagis combines cutting-edge technology with innovative services to help customers streamline development workflows, reduce project risks, create detailed models and complex simulations, in addition to developing DO-178B certifiable applications. The company services more than 1,000 active customers worldwide, including many of the world’s most respected organizations such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Airbus, BAE Systems and CAE. For more information, visit http://www.presagis.com.

For more information, contact:

Presagis

Verena Garofalo

Manager, Internal Communications & Media Relations

(514) 341-3874 ext. 4401

verena.garofalo@presagis.com

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