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Cubic Demos Training Platfoms at LANPAC Expo; Dave Buss Comments

Dave Buss

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 31, 2018 — Cubic’s (NYSE: CUB) global defense unit showcased six training platforms during the Association of the United States Army’s LANPAC Symposium and Exposition in Hawaii, ExecutiveBiz reported May 21.

The company said May 21 it demonstrated CATS MetrixSCOPIC synthetic wrap technology; Rapid Raid Rehearsal augmented reality headset; Synthetic Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance; Portable Communication Stations; and the EXONAUT Software Suite at the international event.

“Cubic’s NextTraining solutions deliver quantifiable results and predictive analysis to accelerate training efficiency and we are pleased to demonstrate how our capabilities can meet the needs of our allied forces in the Indo-Pacific region,” said Dave Buss, president of Cubic Global Defense.

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