Improbable has created SpatialOS: a networking solution combining low latency, tools for faster iteration, and a ready-to-go architecture capable of supporting innovative games.
Now the Improbable Defence division, building on the backbone of SpatialOS, has combined world class scientific modelling, market leading AI, mission specific user interfaces and a uniquely flexible and secure deployment model to create a powerful simulation platform tailored to the needs of the military.
Our mission? To enable the most realistic and effective military simulations ever experienced, making defence users more effective on operations and decreasing the cost of military preparedness.
is to build the data pipeline and analysis frameworks that support the development of scalable, secure and auditable data storage, appreciation, transformation, and analysis solutions for the data that underpin and are produced by simulations.
The platform, tools and data framework that we are developing enable modellers and engineers to create and run some of the largest, most complex, and realistic simulations ever built. These simulations enable government and defence organisations to better understand and prepare for action in complex environments so that they can preserve peace and minimise damage and loss of life. Whether it is a power station being destroyed, a road network becoming blocked, or fake news propagating through a social network, our technology enables people to understand these consequences so that more resilient societies can be engineered and our defence and national security is at the cutting edge of capability.
Our core engineering teams are focussed on building complete product solutions to tough engineering problems. Overview of our division: bit.ly/2lt8DnI
Knowledge of Go, Python or C++ is a benefit but not essential.