The National Center for Simulation (NCS) will host the Florida Simulation Summit (FSS) in Orlando, Florida, at the DoubleTree by Hilton near the Universal Orlando entrance, April 25.

 

The FSS is an annual gathering for Central Florida’s modeling, simulation and training (MS&T) community to showcase modeling and simulation technology and applications to our Central Florida business community.  In addition, the event provides the opportunity for attendees to network with industry leaders, evaluate the latest advancements in simulation products, and get updates on simulations in multiple areas, to include healthcare, gaming, and education, among others.

 

FSS 2024 will feature an immersive experience that aligns with this year’s theme of “Transforming Healthcare Through Intelligent Technologies.” This ninth year of the FSS will be a collaborative, tri-county event involving governments representing Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties, and it will provide opportunities to explore healthcare artificial intelligence (AI), simulations and extended reality.

 

Scheduled panel discussions will cover such topics as predictive intelligence for pandemic prevention, sports medicine, and the human experience, as well as AI and simulation-use cases in medical tourism. The discussions will also highlight the impact of AI and machine-learning technologies on the tri-county region and will include a panel discussion of the leadership of all three counties.

 

“Healthcare is always an important issue, as well as the training that healthcare professionals receive,” said George Cheros, NCS president and chief executive officer. “People in the local modeling and simulation space should pay special attention to this event if they want to keep current with the state of medical simulation tech, whether those applications are toward the civilian market, or focused on supporting deployed warfighters – which is the case with the majority.”

 

Details of the Summit and registration and sponsorship opportunities can be found here.

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