USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Selects Diamond Visionics GenesisIG

The United States Air Force‚Äôs School of Aerospace Medicine at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base will use Diamond Visionics’ GenesisIG for its Operational-Based Vision Assessment (OBVA) Simulator Image Generator Technology Insertion Program.

The OBVA requires the highest level of fidelity possible to allow researchers to investigate and validate the relationships between operational visual performance and current visual standards, possible future vision tests, and other measures of visual performance.
The School of Aerospace Medicine at WPAFB chose GenesisIG because of its need to conduct visual performance research to correlate clinical measures of ocular health with operational task performance. The school found GenesisRTX provides this capability along with the ability to run from source anywhere in the world, no longer requiring costly and time-consuming pre-built databases.