Recognised as a premier global defence and security company, Saab has also recently turned its hand to redefining how the world trains and learns, through the creation of remarkable applications for Microsoft’s new HoloLens technology.
Although you could be forgiven for mistaking the HoloLens for a stylish set of skiing goggles, it’s actually the world’s first fully untethered holographic computer, and enables the wearer to view—and interact with—hi-def 3D imagery.
Saab’s been appointed as one of a select group of companies to develop innovative new uses for the HoloLens. And their customised education and training platforms—which they’re perfecting right here in Adelaide—are set to enable faster learning, better retention and more detailed assessment than ever before.
You can be among the first to give them a try at Science Alive! 2016.
Plus, Saab will have a highly detailed giant model submarine on display, along with a submarine simulator. And you can test your ‘Top Gun’ skills in their advanced fighter jet simulator.
‘Huge – fun – of – robotics – not – widely – understood…. Must – expand – public – awareness!’
At Science Alive! 2016, BAE Systems—providers of some of the world’s most advanced, technology-led defence, aerospace and security solutions—will again be showcasing the awesome creations of the prize-winning ‘RoboRoos.’
This inspiring group of students and industry mentors, is South Australia’s first and only team competing in the global FIRST® Robotics Competition, and also takes part in the FIRST® LEGO® League.
You’ll be able to meet and chat with some of their enthusiastic members, get up close and personal with their amazing robots, and possibly even earn a licence to drive one yourself.
There’ll also be friendly members of the BAE Systems team on-hand to help you ‘picture yourself’ in a whole range of science and technology-based careers, and answer any and all questions you might have about them.