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For Immediate Release
May 2, 2014 

ZedaSoft, Inc. has been invited to participate in Bold Quest 2014

(Fort Worth, Texas – 2 May, 2014) Fort Worth-based ZedaSoft®, Inc. has been invited to participate in Bold Quest 2014, along with members from coalition forces, the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines at White Sands Missile Range and Holloman Air Force Base for the Bold Quest 14.2 Live/Virtual Environment to be conducted May 2014.

Bold Quest is a “multi-national capabilities integration assessment event,” sponsored by the Joint Staff with participation from the U.S. military and coalition partners.

Bold Quest 14.2 will provide an integrated live/virtual environment to demonstrate and assess capabilities to improve joint fires team performance. The focus is on demonstrating and assessing a distributed mission rehearsal environment for end-to-end joint fires in a Company-level, coalition context. With multiple distributed simulators, they will explore live/virtual interoperability for joint fires thread during Joint Training Exercise phase of event, and begin to establish persistent architecture for live/virtual systems.

ZedaSoft's Reconfigurable Desktop System Simulator (RDS)

ZedaSoft will provide its Role-Player software, installed on its Reconfigurable Desktop System (RDS) simulator. The Role-Player will portray the F-16 aircraft in a close-air-support role working with the Air National Guard Advanced Joint Terminal Attack Controller Training System (AAJTS) to train Joint Tactical Air Controllers (JTAC).

The role-player station will use a new customer visual scene database developed by MetaVR, Inc. depicting the local White Sands Missile Range target areas and terrain. This new database will be used for both the simulator’s out-the-window visual scene and F-16 target pod sensor view.

For additional information contact:

ZedaSoft, Inc.
Deborah Hall
817-616-1000 x224