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MAK ON TARGET
February 14 - Newsletter
In this issue of our MAK ON TARGET newsletter, you'll find:
- Details on what we'll showcase at our upcoming MAK FIRES Huddle on March 8.
- The National Guard Association State Conferences we're heading to next.
How we're training Forward Observer Skills with MAK FIRES, and how we can train military decision-making skills with MAK COMMANDER - all built on the MAK ONE Synthetic Environment.
MAK Technologies Selected for Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract by the United States Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Architecture & Integration Directorate
February 8, 2023 - Press Release
MAK Technologies (MAK), a company of ST Engineering North America, today announced it was one of the contractors awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by the United States Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Architecture & Integration Directorate (AFLCMC/XA) to rapidly contract for capabilities that enable multi-domain, multi-level security development, analysis, and synthetic environments.
This IDIQ contract is a Multi-Award Contract (MAC) which provides for an indefinite quantity of supplies or services up to a maximum of $900M with a ten-year period of performance. MAK is eligible to compete, along with the other eligible industry participants, as a prime for delivery orders through this contract over the next ten years.
MAK Technologies Announces Release of MAK FIRES 1.0
October 21 - Press Release
MAK Technologies (MAK), a company of ST Engineering North America, today announced the release of MAK FIRES 1.0, a realistic and portable observed fire training system that delivers effective Call for Fire training at the Point of Need. Based on Call for Fires fundamentals, MAK FIRES is designed specifically to develop and reinforce skills for Forward Observers (FO).
Pakistan Air Force Chooses MAK Technologies to Provide MAK ONE Software for Composite Simulation Centre’s Synthetic Battlefield Environment
October 21 - Press Release
MAK Technologies (MAK), a company of ST Engineering North America, today announced that the MAK ONE suite of simulation software, including VR-Forces, has been selected for use in Pakistan Air Force’s (PAF) simulators for tactical training.
MAK Technologies Announces Spring 2022 Release of the MAK ONE Suite of Simulation Software
July 14 - Press Release
MAK Technologies (MAK), a company of ST Engineering North America, today announced the spring 2022 release of MAK ONE, the software platform for modeling & simulating whole-world multi-domain synthetic environments.
MAK Technologies Selected to Provide Common Simulation Software System for the Australian Army’s Land Simulation (LS) Core 2.0 Program
April 13 - Press Release
MAK Technologies (MAK), a company of ST Engineering North America, today announced that the MAK ONE suite of products has been selected to provide the common simulation software system for the Australian Army’s Land Systems (LS) Core 2.0 Program. MAK teamed with Australian company Applied Virtual Simulation (AVS) to offer a solution for LS Core 2.0 that maximizes Australian content while delivering a suite of mature COTS products.
July Newsletter: MAK Down Under!
June 29, 2021 - Newsletter
- From Infantry Fighting Vehicle Simulators to Reconfigurable Driver Simulators, here’s a peek at how MAK is supporting our Australian partners and customers
- Tech Tip: Configuring VR-Forces path planning to support cover points
- MAKer Spotlight: Scott Richards
Boeing Selects MAK and Antycip Simulation to Provide Core Technology for the Defence Operational Training Capability (Air) Core System and Services Contract
December 2, 2019 - Press Release
ST Engineering today announced that Boeing Defence UK has chosen the simulation and visualization software of its subsidiaries MAK Technologies (MAK) and Antycip Simulation as core components of its Defence Operational Training Capability (Air) (DOTC A)) Core System and Services (DCS&S) contract.
Based on the UK Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) requirements, MAK and Antycip Simulation will deliver and support commercial off the shelf (COTS) products that get capabilities into the hands of customers as early as possible, while incrementally adding new capabilities.