Demonstrating interoperability, driving integrated solutions

Intensified great power competition. Gray-zone operations. Hybrid warfare. Our armed forces need better ways to understand, train for, and respond to these threats.

They need technologies that are every bit as dynamic and sophisticated as the threats themselves, and they’re relying on industry partners to work with them – and with each other – to develop them.

At I/ITSEC this year, we’re giving visitors a chance to experience first hand what’s possible when organizations across government, industry and academia are provided purpose-built tools necessary for accelerating the partnerships needed to transform synthetic training for collaborative development.

We’ll also be offering a glimpse into the future. Join the discussion as we explore how the latest commercial technologies powering the emergent metaverse stand to transform defense business from the back office to the front line.

What we’re highlighting

Skyral STE/22: Turning a technological edge into a competitive advantage

The character of warfare is changing quickly, but synthetic training environments are failing to keep up. They’re siloed, expensive and difficult to modify. They’re struggling to fulfil contemporary training demands.

Not any more. Together with our partners 4C Strategies, Bohemia Interactive Simulations, Daden, Dell Technologies, Envitia, Micosoft, Montvieux, SimCentric, and Simthetiq, we’ve been pushing our synthetic environment development platform, Skyral, to the limit.

We’re proud to demonstrate how developers can use Skyral to create the large-scale, high-density, interoperable environments their users need, and do so more quickly and cost effectively than ever before.

Public demonstrations will be run daily. Public demo times are:

Monday: 4:00 – 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 1:00 – 1:30 PM and 3:35 – 4:05 PM
Wednesday: 10:05 – 10:35 AM and 3:00 – 3:30 PM
Thursday: 10:05 – 10:35 AM and 12:30 – 1:00 PM

Personal demonstrations are also available. Please complete the form and one of our representatives will reach out to schedule time.

Synthetic training for real-world threats

Few operating environments are as dangerously dynamic as those with which firefighters from Allen, Texas must contend with every day.

But whether it’s wildfire at home or a humanitarian operation overseas, the latest synthetic environments can help personnel train collectively, effectively and rigorously for even the most complex challenges. Come find out how.

From gaming to game-changing: how the metaverse stands to transform defense

It’s the people on the edge that get to see things first. Thanks to Improbable’s innovations like M² (MSquared) and the Morpheus technology that underpins it, that means you.

From Bored Apes to the battlefield, our quarterly newsletter brings together the latest news and opinions around all things metaversal.

Make sure to read our Military Metaverse Primer and stop by booth 1706 to discuss what the metaverse is, what it could be, and what the implications are for defense and national security.


Reimagining the future fight through emerging technologies
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28 | 2.30pm – 3.45pm | ROOM W 300 - THEATRE

Join Improbable’s Jenny McArdle and a panel of experts from across defense, industry, and academia as they discuss how emerging technologies will affect how militaries plan, train, and conduct operations.

Extended realities and the metaverse
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 | 4pm - 5.30pm | ROOM W 311 ABCD

Improbable Co-Founder Rob Whitehead and Robert Kleinhample (Improbable US Defense & National Security) will be presenting on the TalX stage along with Nadine Alameh (OGC), Michael Putz ( and U.S. Army BG William Glaser, Director, Synthetic Training Environment (STE) Cross Functional Team, to explore how defense organizations can leverage recent advances in commercial metaverse technologies and improve readiness for the complex operations of today and the future.

PLAYING TO WIN: Effectively integrating technology into wargames

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 | 4:00 – 4:30 PM | ROOM W 308 B

Just as technology enables new platforms, weapons, and tactics – and even opens up whole new battle domains – its potential to change how wargames are designed, conducted, and applied is vast. This paper, prepared for I/ITSEC 2022, identifies how.

Work with us

Climate change. Humanitarian disasters. Hybrid conflict and gray-zone operations. Join our defense business and you’ll be putting your skills to work helping front-line personnel overcome some of the world’s toughest challenges.

Not coming to i/itsec?

If we can’t meet up in person we’d still love to hear from you. Drop us a line, let us know what’s piqued your interest, and we’ll get right back to you.

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