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Metaverse in defence

The core technologies required for the metaverse—augmented and virtual reality, head mounted displays, 3D simulations, and AI-powered virtual environments—are already in use in the military. The helmets for the new F-35 fighter jet already include an augmented reality display that provides telemetry data and target information on top of video feeds from around the aircraft.

The military's principal training strategy is synthetic training environments, in which simulated worlds interact with and supplement real training to represent the full complexity of the physical world. Simulation and virtual training allow people to train in a wide range of scenarios and dangerous locations without exposing them to the risk of such scenarios, decreasing equipment wear and tear, and lowering the carbon footprint of training.

The military has long been employing virtual worlds for training, creating SIMNET which used simulation technology to conduct training, analysis, and advanced concept exercises. SIMNET stands for SIMulator NETworking. It was the first "shared virtual reality" distributed simulation system, launched in 1983. In 2014 the military showcased Project BlueShark, a virtual reality project that demonstrated a virtual world that allowed sailors to drive a ship with 3D situational awareness, repair ships while working remotely with the ship designer and command and control forces.

Diverse simulated training environments have recently been merged, allowing the military to experience the "fog and friction" of warfare within a single synthetic arena. The desire to smoothly train in a realistic immersive reality reflects current metaverse conceptions, and the transition from synthetic training to the metaverse is both natural and rational. VRAI, a Dublin-based virtual reality simulation startup, has teamed up with BAE Systems to leverage the potential of virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) to speed next-generation training for develop a "training metaverse" for "future armed forces".

A defensive metaverse might connect numerous virtual training environments, guaranteeing that lessons learnt from training and instruction can be used. It could also potentially collect data that can provide insight into things such as morale, which might then be used to guide force design or training.

Military services agencies frequently acquire their own tools and technologies, and a defense metaverse could allow technology reusability, lowering procurement costs, at the very least for virtual training solutions. By uniting distant individuals in a digital environment, a defensive metaverse could supplement physical contacts of military members.

Many defense companies and contractors in the United States are taking notice of a military Metaverse. In 2018, the US military announced a collaboration with Microsoft to build Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) mixed-reality headsets based on Microsoft's HoloLens technology (IVAS) – This will let soldiers to see through smoke and around corners, use holographic graphics for training, and have 3D terrain maps projected onto their field of vision with the push of a button.

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The Use Cases of Metaverse in Defense

Some of the Metaverse use cases in defense industry are virtual command centres, virtual training, mission planning and rehearsal and renote operations. These are just a few examples, but the potential applications of Metaverse in defense industry are quite vast, and as it becomes more advanced and widely adopted, we're likely to see an increasing number of use cases for it in the defense industry. A metaverse development company and blockchain technology experts can provide numerous metaverse development services and are well-equipped to provide cutting-edge solutions for defense-related projects.

  • Attracting and retaining talent
    Defense organizations worldwide have real concerns about their talent pipelines. That's not surprising given the difficulty in recruiting and retaining in-demand expertise. They should be creative in order to attract recruits in fresh and significant ways. The metaverse could provide an exciting pathway. It allows for hyper-personalization of recruitment to drive engagement.
    Imagine being able to show a prospective recruit what military life is truly like. Exciting experiences may help to attract potential candidates. This could be akin to Accenture's virtual campus on the "Nth floor." Through an immersive experience, it delivers employee onboarding, learning, and teamwork.
    Simultaneously, AI has the potential to increase the skill pool. AI can recruit from a variety of communities and demographics. This is the so-called “hidden workforce.” Intelligent search could be the key to help defense compete for top talent.
    The other part of the equation is to improve employee retention and the working environment. One example? Currently, armed forces personnel frequently work across many systems at the same time. This could imply using a single system to monitor what's going on in the field. Then another to identify equipment faults, order replacement parts, and track repairs. These scenarios could be combined in the metaverse to create a single, cohesive, and engaging experience. As a result, employee engagement and retention may improve.
  • Training and Simulation
    For decades, the defense industry has used virtual reality. Typically, it occurs in limited virtual worlds created for a specific purpose (like training someone to operate a plane, tank or submarine). Currently, armed forces personnel frequently work across many systems at the same time. This could imply using a single system to monitor what's going on in the field. Then another to identify equipment faults, order replacement parts, and track repairs.
    It could empower organizations to create a highly realistic virtual world that would better prepare personnel for challenging scenarios. Consider our Accenture Virtual Experience Solution (AVEnueS). Organizations could use that to transport trainees into simulated realistic situations or create common synthetic environments for individual or group training. Both would be effective methods of preparing recruits for challenging situations.
    Our tactical training vehicle simulation technology provides another chance to develop shared synthetic surroundings. It could aid recruits in developing situational awareness during individual training. It could also aid in the training of soldiers in tactical-level units or multi-domain collective exercises.
    Harnessing the metaverse could also help break down the legacy siloes between land, air, sea, space and cyber defense. This has the potential to significantly boost national security. And by ensuring seamless interoperability, the metaverse help organizations collaborate more effectively with their allies.
  • Command and control
    The metaverse can assist commanders in making the correct judgments at the appropriate moment, hence lowering operational risk. How? By simulating and analyzing every potential scenario.
    Beyond this, defense organizations could use the power of the metaverse in high-risk situations to better integrate intelligence from multiple sources. The aim? To ensure each commanding officer has highly personalized insights at their fingertips every time they make a decision.
  • Procurement and supply chains
    The metaverse also offers great potential to procurement and supply chain operations in defense. A few examples? It could be used to assist ensure supply security through comprehensive scenario planning. It could help organizations trial and select equipment. Or it could help them optimize equipment allocation.

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