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LOCKHEED MARTIN INVESTS IN RED 6, DEVELOPER OF AUGMENTED REALITY FLIGHT TRAINING, DOGFIGHTING

LOCKHEED MARTIN INVESTS IN RED 6, DEVELOPER OF AUGMENTED REALITY FLIGHT TRAINING, DOGFIGHTING

Lockheed Martin has invested an undisclosed amount of funding into start-up Red 6, a developer of augmented reality flight training…
LOCKHEED'S VENTURES ARM BACKS QUANTUM COMPUTING AND TRAINING TECH FIRMS

LOCKHEED'S VENTURES ARM BACKS QUANTUM COMPUTING AND TRAINING TECH FIRMS

Lockheed Martin Ventures -- the defense company’s technology startup investment arm -- has backed two companies through separate avenues announced…
FORMER RAF F-22 RAPTOR PILOT WANTS AR TO CHANGE THE WAY US AVIATORS TRAIN

FORMER RAF F-22 RAPTOR PILOT WANTS AR TO CHANGE THE WAY US AVIATORS TRAIN

Augmented reality, or AR, differs significantly from virtual reality in that, instead of immersing the user in a technologically imagined…

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RED 6 RECEIVES EPIC MEGAGRANT IN SUPPORT OF REVOLUTIONARY AEROSPACE TRAINING AND SIMULATION

Technology innovator to create the most advanced airborne augmented reality training

RED 6 SECURES INVESTMENT FROM LOCKHEED MARTIN VENTURES

Funds to Progress Futuristic Aerospace Training and Simulation for the Warfighter

RED SIX RAISES $2.35 MILLION

Red Six Aerospace Inc. closed a $2.35M seed round April 18, led by Marina Del Rey-based Moonshots Capital Management.

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RED 6 BRINGS AR TO USAF COMBAT TRAINING

“A Santa Monica, CA based start- up, Red 6, has announced a $1.5M development grant from AFWERX (the US Air Force tech incubator) to use augmented reality to solve what co-founder and CEO Dan Robinson calls “the military’s multi-billion dollar pain point.” The USAF alone is over 2,000 pilots short and is spending billions of dollars per year to providing adversary air-to-air training through the same expensive, dangerous and costly mock dogfights used for training in WWI.”

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RED 6 DEBUTS AUGMENTED REALITY MILITARY TACTICAL TRAINING SYSTEM

The air refueling probe moves alarmingly close to our heads as we inch carefully into position beneath the tail of a Boeing KC-46A flying over California’s coastal range. Off the tanker’s right wing, a Lockheed Martin F-22 fighter jostles to stay in formation, making for an impressive sight. Maneuvering in flight this close to any object is an unusual experience, but what makes this particularly special is that, despite the apparent realism, neither of the aircraft I …

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FLYING WITH AUGMENTED REALITY

“The ability to train top U.S. military aviators in air-to-air combat usually requires pilots acting as opposing aerial fighters. Representing the enemy in training dogfights is quite costly and dangerous, says Daniel Robinson, RAF (Ret.). Robinson, co-founder and CEO of Red6 Aerospace, developed an augmented reality platform, called Airborne Tactical Augmented Reality System, known as A-TARS, that creates virtual opponents, such as the Chinese J-20, for pilots to dogfight against.”

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IS AUGMENTED REALITY THE NEXT FRONTIER IN FLIGHT TRAINING

“An Air Force-backed augmented-reality company plans to demonstrate airborne technology in November that it says could do away with Red Air training. Red 6 Aerospace’s software simulates enemies that pilots can fight during live flights. Rather than hooking up users to a closed, indoor system, the simulation works outside and adjusts as the user moves, according to creator Dan Robinson…”

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AR/VR ASSOCIATION BLOG

“Tyler and Sophia talked with Daniel Robinson of Red6 Aerospace about the future of AR technology for simulating air combat. If you think AR development is challenging, try creating a multiplayer platform that works while flying a Mach 6!”

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MOONSHOTS CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT

“Red 6 is a software and hardware development company specializing in artificial intelligence (AI) driven high fidelity augmented reality (AR). Founded in 2018 by Dan Robinson, Nick Bicanic, and Glenn Snyder, the company is revolutionizing augmented reality for military training applications worldwide. Here are some questions we asked of CEO Dan Robinson…”

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