TReX facilitates the expedited development, demonstration, and delivery of prototypes to increase warfighter readiness, operating as a highly efficient, open-source network of top innovators across the innovation ecosystem, including industry and academia. With a focus on modeling, simulation, and training, TReX provides the U.S. Government with an agile mechanism to iterate and refine critical technologies to keep pace with ongoing and emerging challenges. TReX actively incorporates structured operational user feedback, identifying and developing innovative solutions to inform materiel procurement requirements and acquisition.

TReX provides the U.S. Government with expertise and innovation in the following 5 core areas:

  • Modeling: Developing models to help scientists, engineers, and decision makers demonstrate a positive change to how a military system is built and/or managed
  • Simulation: Enabling military capabilities to test and refine theories and operations in a synthetic environment without the need for actual hostilities
  • Training: Delivering basic and advanced training to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the demands of a strong and capable military
  • Experimental Validation: Testing and assessing the feasibility and utility of developmental and operational prototypes for quality assurance and mission effectiveness
  • Readiness: Delivering innovative technologies and concepts that support the ability of teams and individual units in the armed forces to execute their assigned missions promptly and competently

TReX’s also includes 9 primary technology focus areas include: (1) Synthetic Terrain; (2) Gaming Technologies; (3) Soldier Immersion; (4) Cyber Training; (5) Medical Simulation & Training; (6) Live Fire Training; (7) Artificial Intelligence; (8) Cross-Domain Simulation; and (9) Instrumentation & Test.