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See some great innovations at Industry Capability Day
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Join National Center for Simulation and Team Orlando for Winter Industry Capability Day on February 26. The event takes place in Partnership 3, Room 321 A/B so stop by between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. There are no costs associated with attending, and the event is open to all government, industry and academia who are interested in seeing innovative capabilities. Below are the organizations who will be sharing their capabilities. Please mark your calendar to attend this event.
3D Simulations, Inc. was established in August of 2014 and has been responsible for providing outstanding 3D printed parts and prototypes ever since. Our speciality is in the area of rapid prototyping of fully functional parts for various military and commercial simulations applications. Our regular customers particularly value the significant cost savings provided by shortened lead times and high tolerance specifications accurate for test form fit and function.
AgileThought is a full-service custom software consulting firm, staffed by the absolute best professionals in the business. Our mission is to fundamentally change the way people, organizations and companies view, approach and deliver software projects.
Da-Lite is a manufacturer of front and rear projection screens, and among the few manufacturing companies with a 100% landfill diversion rate. Any waste that cannot be redistributed or recycled is sent by Da-Lite to a waste-to-energy facility in Indianapolis, IN. The solid waste that is sent to the facility contributes to the steam heat that flows through the downtown Indianapolis heating loop providing a green thermal source for downtown businesses and a university campus.
Emerson Network Power is a manufacturer of data center infrastructure products. At Industry Capability Day they will be featuring the Avocent High Performance KVM. Avocent® High Performance KVM Matrix Extension products help organization improve efficiency and reduce cost by centralizing computing resources in server rooms, enabling users to share expensive resources and providing users with a more effective work environment (removing hot, noisy equipment). Avocent® products are designed to deliver an “at the PC” experience for demanding high-resolution and no latency applications in the broadcast, industrial, government, health care and finance industries.
Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training (MST)’s Training and Logistics Solutions line of business, based in Orlando, is a leading industry provider of training and logistics support. The business develops programs that teach service men and women skills to accomplish their most challenging missions – from flying the world’s most advanced aircraft to navigating a convoy through an urban environment. With logistics, the business provides supply chain and asset management, complete life cycle solutions, as well as test and support equipment.
Modest Tree is an innovator in 3D interactive training software and customized training solutions. Modest Tree leverages our team’s experience delivering aerospace and defense training solutions and gaming technology applications to bring clients cost effective, next generation training technologies.
Modest Tree’s 3D authoring training software, Modest3D, powers our delivery of complex 3D training scenarios. Modest3D is a rapid development tool, enabling users to bring their 3D scenes to life by applying animations, behaviors and interactions to 3D models. Our customers are leveraging instructional designers and subject matter experts to build content that was previously only achievable by programming. As a result, clients are reporting a 70% – 80% reduction in development times.
Modest Tree was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. A leader in simulation and training, RealTime Immersive empowers its customers to create the most immersive and effective virtual learning experiences possible with the lowest investment of time, money and effort. RealTime’s core virtual technology is founded upon the CryENGINE development tool set produced by a world leader in entertainment games. RealTime built upon this code foundation and integrated state-of-the-art feature sets to address the needs of the training and simulation community. The result is Virtual Attain.
Senspexprovides custom security solutions for government, including the system design, installation, training and 24/7 hardware and software support services. They will be featuring thermal imaging cameras and surveillance systems, as well as imaging technologies, media and mission support.
SimiGon is a fast-growing company with vast experience in providing Modeling, Simulation & Training solutions to customers worldwide. The Company’s partners include government and blue chip organizations as well as small businesses. SimiGon is altering the Modeling, Simulation & Training world landscape with SIMbox technologies. SimiGon will be showcasing COTS Training and Simulation technologies and solutions.
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