Domain range

Inzpire offers out-of-the-box multi-domain operations training

Inzpire has unveiled a method for delivering Tactical Multi-Domain Operational (MDO) training. The development adds to a portfolio of training and technical services offered by the British company.

It already performs deployable simulator training from portable rugged boxes, under the Compact Agile Simulation Equipment (CASE) brand. The company offers courses for UAS controllers, joint terminal attack controllers and ISR analysts. “We have now integrated high-fidelity, commercial off-the-shelf training – ASCOT 7 from Plexsys – to continue MDO training in the synthetic environment,” said Dan Simmons, Group Training Services Manager. “We are all ex-servicemen from all walks of life,” he said. Therefore, Inzpire can design realistic operational scenarios, he added.

The company started in 2005 and today employs 250 people. It has an annual turnover of £25 million ($30 million), from a wide range of activities, including classroom and flight training and technical consultancy. In 2018, Inzpire was appointed as an independent auditor for the RAF’s Lockheed Martin F-35B delivery programme. “We provided an honest, objective and candid assessment,” the company says.