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Quantum3D, Inc.

1759 McCarthy Blvd
Milpitas, CA 95035
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Quantum3D, L3 partner for AWACS flight crew training system - News

April 20, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. ? Quantum3D Government Systems has been awarded a contract from the Link Simulation & Training division of L3 Technologies to supply portions of the flight crew training system for the U.S. Air Force?s new Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) for Diminishing Manufacturing Sources Replacement of Avionics for Global Operations and Navigation (DRAGON).

Virgin Galactic pilots to train with simulation technology from Quantum3D - News

December 04, 2012
ORLANDO, FL. Officials at Virgin Galactic commercial spaceline ordered the six-channel Independence IDX 7000 image generator from Quantum3D for spaceship command and equipment training. Quantum3D officials made the announcement this week at the I/ITSEC show in Orlando.

Mil simulation platform increases its flexibility - Product

February 21, 2012
With increased platform flexibility on the military-embedded priority list these days, we were impressed by Quantum3D's recent move to take its Mantis Real-Time Scene Management simulation software into multi-platform style.

Simulation and training platform preps soldiers - Product

August 17, 2011
Since simulation and training are supposed to be realistic, how realistic is it for soldiers to have to learn commands and actions specific to operating the simulation device - actions that would never be used in combat?

Warfighters harnessing today's mobile graphics technology: The impossible dream or nearly reality? - Story

September 23, 2009
The exploding ubiquity of personal computing devices such as the iPhone or Sony PSPs gives a glimpse into the computing power consumers can now hold in their hands. These devices provide mapping, communication, video processing, and network data retrieval and allow connection and collaboration in ways never before imagined. So why has the military COTS community been so slow to harness these mobile technologies for the warfighter?