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Cubic Acquires PRISim, Announces Continued Support for Simulators

December 09, 2013  | 

Cubic Range Design Solutions and Simulation Systems divisions of Cubic Corp. today announced their recent acquisition of the PRISim product line of judgmental use-of-force simulators from Advanced Interactive Systems (AIS). Cubic is committed to supporting all existing PRISim customers and has plans to evolve the product line to continue providing the best possible judgmental simulation system possible for the law enforcement and security services market.

"We are committed to supporting the needs of existing and future PRISim customers around the world," stated Gary Washam, director of Advanced Programs at Cubic. "We recognize security forces continue to train using PRISim simulators, and Cubic plans to enhance PRISim training experience as part of a larger strategy to continually improve our portfolio of simulation based trainers. Adding PRISim to Cubic's existing line of precision marksmanship simulators provides a breadth of quality training solutions unequaled in the industry."

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Cubic is a leading provider of live and virtual air and ground combat training systems for the U.S. and their allied nations.

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