Military OpenSimulator Enterprise Strategy (MOSES)

Is a coalition of Military, Industry, and Academic partners who share a common interest in the advancement of virtual world technology for simulation-based training.

MOSES in a Box (MIAB)

Is a completely self-contained, fully featured deployment of the MOSES client/server infrastructure with a developed, customizable 64-acre Welcome Center. MIAB can be used in a virtual or physical enclave network environment, completely disconnected from the Internet.

MOSES DSG experiments

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Human Research and Engineering Directorate’s Simulation Training and Technology Center (ARL-HRED STTC) and Intel Labs jointly research Dynamic Scene Graph (DSG) technology and develop advanced scalable and flexible versions of MOSES for implementation in the MOSES Public Grid and MIAB.

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