RRU will assist in the establishment of a wargame centre in Delhi to develop defence skills.

India is experimenting with its own wargame simulator to prepare commandants to make the correct move on the battlefield . Rashtriya Raksha University will partner with the Indian Army to establish a Wargame Research & Development Center in Delhi .

AHMEDABAD: The terrain is steep, and an attack is imminent.Whats the most beneficial to a unit commander?A howitzer at high altitude or lighter mortar guns are acceptable, or is it better to send an infantry to move forward?Decisions like these will win or lose a battle.

Rashtriya Raksha University will partner with the Indian Army to establish a Wargame Research & Development Center in Delhi to test new war tactics, practice tactics, and test combat formations to improve combat skills.On May 13, the Indian Army and Tech Mahindra-based varsity in Gandhinagar signed a memorandum of understanding.Col (ret At the signing, Nidhish Bhatnagar, the director of RRU's School of Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and Cybersecurity, as well as Brig Rohan Anand, the head of Wargaming Development Center (WARDEC), Maj Gen Chandran of Army Training Command (ARTRAC) and Pankaj Sharma of Tech Mahindra were among those present.Since ancient times, wargames have existed in some form or another, but machine learning and artificial intelligence have sped up the game.

According to Bhatnagar, the facility is expected to be operational soon, adding that we are implementing an advanced system that is currently untapped anywhere in the world.Officials said that Makers Lab, the Tech Mahindra R&D division, would help integrate emerging technologies into wargame development.This will provide users with a realistic experience and familiarize them with the development of tactics, techniques, and procedures.According to an official, the result of the study would also be a model for developing the Indian Army's tactics and doctrines.