(Virtual Battlespace 2
) is the successor of the battlefield simulation system VBS1
. It was developed in close cooperation with the USMC
, Australian Defence Force
and other military customers of VBS1. VBS2 was officially launched on 17 April 2007.
VBS2 offers realistic battlefield simulations
and the ability to operate land, sea, and air vehicles. Instructors may create new scenarios and then engage the simulation from multiple viewpoints. The squad-management system enables participants to issue orders to squad members.
VBS2 was designed for federal, state, and local government agencies and can be specifically tailored to meet the individual needs of military, law enforcement, homeland defense
, and first responder
VBS2 may be used to teach doctrine, tactics
, techniques, and procedures during squad
and platoon offensive
, and patrolling
operations. VBS2 delivers a synthetic environment for the practical exercise of the leadership
and organizational behavior skills required to successfully execute unit missions.
VBS2 is suitable for training small teams in urban tactics, entire combat teams in combined arms
operations or even non-military usage such as emergency response procedures in lethal and non-lethal environments or terrain visualization.
The simulation engine driving VBS2 is Real Virtuality
2, developed by Bohemia Interactive
. VBS2 allows a user to develop large terrain... Read More