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DTM Global to Supply INSIGHT to the Royal Army of Oman

The Royal Army of Oman has become the 24th military customer of DTM Global’s INSIGHT Recognition Training System. INSIGHT software provides critical recognition and identification training for soldiers, sailors, and airmen to prevent friendly fire incidents and increase mission effectiveness. INSIGHT is the only off-the-shelf multilingual, user-updateable, network-enabled recognition training system in the world developed to address the problem of fratricide. It is available in all 19 languages used by NATO forces and Arabic.

Designed by DTM Global, INSIGHT provides multispectral interactive imagery, in a SCORM®-compliant distributive training format, using innovative recognition and embedded 3D training techniques. Accessing imagery exchange agreements, all media within INSIGHT is end-user adaptable and updatable. INSIGHT is currently used by schools of artillery, armour, air defence, aviation, electronic warfare, infantry, intelligence, maritime warfare, and photographic interpretation. The latest version of INSIGHT is now available as an iTouch® and iPad® application.

Unveiled this week at ITEC 2010, Insight Mobile from DTM Global

Running on iPod® Touch, Insight™ Mobile holds up to 1,500 3D simulation models of ground vehicles, aircraft, warships and missiles giving troops access to accurate recognition and combat ID information.  Those that have Insight™ Mobile in their pockets have information to hand for accurate identification of friendly and enemy forces, thereby helping to reduce the tragic loss of life through friendly fire.

Southwest-Based DTM In Successful Link-Up With Major U.S. Defense Company

DTM and a major U.S. defense company unveil an integrated ship's bridge and engine room trainer at Maritime 2010 in Sydney Australia. The integrated trainer offers independent or simultaneous training of bridge and engine room crews and is particularly effective in training the bridge team to respond to simulated machinery breakdowns.

The Royal Navy of Oman places order for state-of-the-art simulation training tools

UK based DTM Global, a global player in defence simulation training, has won a major contract with the Royal Navy of Oman to supply three new state-of-the-art training tools.

The contract includes a bridge trainer for interactive training in ship handling and bridge procedures; a radio communications trainer to sharpen communication skills and a recognition training system to maximise accuracy in combat identification.

The Fleetman Bridge Trainer, with a 270° field of view, simulated bridge and engine controls, instrument panels and electronic chart display, can simulate a range of routine operations, from the simple to highly complex and potentially dangerous situations. Training exercises can include ships, submarines and aircraft in different ports and at sea, with accurate depth contours and differing weather conditions. An integrated Radio Communications Trainer sharpens communication skills and improves operational safety.

The Insight recognition trainer uses high-resolution 3-dimensional images to help users identify the origins of a particular vehicle, ship or aircraft thereby reducing the risk of friendly fire in combat. The program is already in use by the US Air Force and 23 other Armed Forces globally.

Tim Dewing, Chief Executive of DTM Global, said: “There are few companies that offer such capability in a portable and highly flexible PC format. The Royal Navy of Oman will quickly reap the benefits of these highly effective training tools. DTM Global has grown rapidly as more and more Armed Forces recognise the significance of our networked training tools. Our quality of product, combined with our quality of service, is what really makes us stand out”.

Royal Saudi Air Force and Navy buy new simulation training systems from UK based DTM Global

November 2009

A UK based company has won two major contracts with the Royal Saudi Air Force and Navy. These are the latest in a series of successful contract wins for DTM Global, which has become a global player in defense simulation training.

The Royal Saudi Air Force is to use DTM Global’s ‘Insight’ recognition training system to maximise accuracy in combat identification. The King Fahad Naval Academy in Jubail is to use DTM Global’s Fleetman Bridge Trainer for interactive training in ship handling and bridge procedures.

Both of these contracts were awarded to DTM Global in conjunction with its Saudi partner, Rahaden Trading.

The ‘Insight’ programme uses high-resolution 3-dimensional images to help users identify the origins of a particular vehicle, ship or aircraft, thereby reducing the risk of friendly fire in combat. The program is already in use by the US Air Force and 23 other Armed Forces globally.

The Fleetman Bridge Trainer, with a 270° field of view, simulated bridge and engine controls, instrument panels and electronic chart display, can simulate routine, and potentially dangerous, real-life situations. Training exercises can include ships, submarines and aircraft in different ports and at sea, with accurate depth contours and weather conditions. An integrated Radio Communications Trainer sharpens communication skills and improves operational safety.

Tim Dewing, Chief Executive of DTM Global, said: “We are delighted to have won these prestigious contracts in Saudi Arabia. There are few companies that offer such capability in a portable and highly flexible PC format. We have seen DTM Global grow rapidly as more and more Armed Forces recognise the significance of our networked training tools. Our quality of product, combined with our quality of service, is what really makes us stand out.”

DTM Global Secures Deal With The Royal Guard

Devon-based software company DTM Global has been awarded a contract to supply The Royal Guard Oman with software specifically designed to reduce the risk of ‘friendly fire’ in battle.

DTM Global will provide The Royal Guard with the Combat ID Recognition software ‘Insight’, with delivery taking place over the summer. The contract win comes after two successful deals with the Royal Saudi Air Force and Royal Saudi Navy in the last two months, the combination of which has doubled DTM Global’s turnover in the last year.

DTM Global, in Totnes, supplies off-the-shelf and bespoke simulation, training and cutting edge real-time 3D visualisation software products, such as Fleetman and Insight, as well as fully integrated ‘turnkey’ simulation solutions to customers across the world.

Insight is a computer-based recognition training system which provides interactive, multi-spectral visualisation of air, land and sea platforms. Designed to reduce the risk of ‘friendly fire’ or fracticide in battle, Insight formed the basis of NATO’s prototype Combat Identification Training System (NATO CITS), produced in 22 languages including Arabic.

DTM Global also supplies the Fleetman family of naval training systems, a turnkey bridge trainer, and a naval tactical communications trainer. Around 90% of the company’s business is for export with customers in the USA, Australia, Germany, and the Middle East, as well as the Royal Navy and British Army.

Chris Notman-Smith, International Sales & Marketing Manager for DTM Global, said: “This contract win further cements our position as a key supplier of bespoke training, simulation and visualisation products, which can make a real difference to human safety on the ground. We look forward to working with further military organisations in the future.”

DTM Global Wins Second Contract in Saudi Arabia

Devon software company DTM Global has won a second contract with the Royal Saudi Navy in as many weeks.

News of the deal, made in partnership with Rahaden Trading Est, comes just one week after the Royal Saudi Air Force bought into DTM Global’s Electronic Warfare training solution (DEWET*).

DTM Global will now also provide its Fleetman Naval Simulator, a 3D visualisation product, for the Royal Saudi Navy’s Technical Institute for Naval Studies (TINS) in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Totnes-based DTM Global supplies off-the-shelf and bespoke simulation, training and cutting edge real-time 3D visualisation software products such as Fleetman and Insight, as well as fully integrated ‘turnkey’ simulation solutions, to clients across the world.

Chris Notman-Smith, International Sales & Marketing Manager for DTM Global, said: “We are delighted to have won a second contract in Saudi Arabia in as many weeks with Rahaden Trading Est. This is further proof that DTM Global has great products, with happy customers, and fantastic support from partners like Rahaden. We look forward to working with TINS and Rahaden in future and further business growth in Saudi Arabia.”

In April last year DTM Global completed installation of its Communications Team Trainer at TINS. The Communications Trainer, which was developed from the Fleetman communications system, has been in use with the UK Royal Navy since 2006 and has added a new level of realism in voice and data communications training. Fleetman enables the running of simulation exercises using a mix of ships, submarines, helicopters and aircraft and has been in service with the UK Royal Navy Maritime Warfare Schools and waterfront learning centres since 2004.

Chris Notman-Smith, International Sales & Marketing Manager for DTM Global, said: “We are delighted to have won a second contract in Saudi Arabia in as many weeks with Rahaden Trading Est. This is further proof that DTM Global has great products, with happy customers, and fantastic support from partners like Rahaden. We look forward to working with TINS and Rahaden in future and further business growth in Saudi Arabia.”

Rahaden Trading Est provides technical training products and services, including 3-D simulation, radar and weapon training.

Royal Saudi Air Force Signs up with DTM Global

Devon software company DTM Global ha taken one step closer towards expansion after being awarded a training and simulation contract by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defence.

The deal is the latest in a series of successful contract wins for DTM Global, with the New Zealand Navy, German and US Air Forces, and UK Royal Marines also coming onboard earlier this year.  The company, in alliance with Saudi Arabian Partner Rahaden Trading, will supply the Electronic warfare training solution DEWET to the Royal Saudi Air Force using state-of-the-art 3D threat environment simulation.

DTM Global, based in Totnes, supplies off-the-shelf and bespoke simulation, training and cutting edge real-time 3D visualisation software products such as Fleetman and Insight, as well as fully integrated 'turnkey' simulation solutions to clients across the world.

Fleetman enables the running of simulation exercises using a mix of ships, submarines, helicopters and aircraft and has been in service with the UK Royal Navy Maritime Warfare Schools and waterfront learning centres since 2004.  Insight is an innovative product aimed at reducing the risk of 'friendly fire' in battle, which is already in use by the US Air Force.

Chris Notman-Smith, International Sales & Marketing Manager for DTM Global, said: "We are delighted and excited to have won such a prestigious contract, in partnership with Rahaden Trading Est, and we look forward to working very closely with the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defence and meeting its requirements."

RAHADEN TRADING provides technical training products and services including 3D simulation, radar, weapon training.  Mahmoud A. Al Hefdhi, General Manager of Rahaden Trading, said:  "We are pleased to be a partner with DTM Global in this project and appreciate their cooperation and support in this regard.

"DEWET project in RSAF is the continuity of trust of Saudi MODA upon us.  This trust is built by Rahaden's 17 years of effort in implementing sophisticated, unique and innovative technology projects in Saudi MODA.

"Our vision for the company is to "Be the best, most innovative, diversified cooperative."  To achieve this vision, our company mission is to build successful, profitable partnerships with our patrons."

U.S. Air Force Places Order with Devon Company

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has placed a further order with Totnes-based software company DTM Global following the successful use of Insight, an innovative product aimed at reducing the risk of ‘friendly fire’ in battle.

DTM Global supplies off-the-shelf and bespoke simulation, training and cutting edge real-time 3D visualisation software products, such as Insight, as well as fully integrated ‘turnkey’ simulation solutions to clients across the world.

USAF Air Combat Command has now upgraded and extended Insight’s unique recognition training capability, which will allow users to hone their recognition skills against multiple, maneuvering targets, as well as accessing an increased database.

Insight is now being used throughout the US Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, as well as by 19 other customers across 12 countries, and DTM Global has potential orders in the pipeline which could double turnover by this summer.

This upturn in sales coincides with a further round of funding from the Finance South West Growth Fund. Finance South West, which closed for new applications for investment on 31st December 2008, is an £18 million investment fund that provided commercial finance from £10,000 up to £1 million for buying, selling, starting or growing a business in the Objective Two area of the South West. Finance South West invested over £15million in over 100 businesses in the region.

Robert Kathro of DTM Global said: “This further order from the USAF is a real testament to the quality of and demand for our products. Investment from Finance South West has enabled us to grow our business at a faster rate than would otherwise have been possible. The team looks forward to continuing to deliver an expanding range of innovative simulation and training products and services to both new and existing customers.

Chris Burt, Business Fund Manager for Finance South West, said: “We were happy to increase our investment in such a forward-thinking and successful company as DTM Global, which has an increasingly impressive client base, and we look forward to playing a significant part in its continuing success.”

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