ETC Simulation Named a MT2 2013 Top Simulation Company
Southampton, Pa., USA, October 15, 2013 – Environmental Tectonics Corporation’s (OTC Pink: ETCC) (“ETC” or the “Company”) Simulation Division, located in Orlando, Fla., developers of the Advanced Disaster Management Simulator (“ADMS”), has been recognized by Military Training Technology magazine (“MT2”) as a Top Simulation and Training Company for 2013.
ADMS, the high-end standard in interactive virtual reality training systems, simulates disasters and incidents in high-definition quality with incredible visualizations and effects. Founded upon over 40 years of true simulation technology, ADMS has physics based effects and artificial intelligence embedded into all training systems, providing trainees with a most realistic training experience. Trainees become immersed within the unscripted and open-ended scenarios, eliciting real-life behavior and field like responses.
For the military community, ADMS-Airbase provides the only simulation training system available that focuses on the unique challenges associated with emergencies and disasters on an airbase, complete with military specific aircraft, personnel and threats. Within this environment, many scenarios are possible including CBRNE incidents, aircraft accidents, structural fires, terrorist activity, hostage situations and many others.
MT2 covers all issues and developments related to the simulation and training industry as it relates to the military. Their scope of coverage includes simulation, distributed learning, visual systems, embedded training, database modeling and other training complements. MT2 is recognized as the leader in covering all aspects of military training readiness. Click here to read an article published within the October issue of MT2 exploring how ADMS is being utilizing by the Louis F. Garland Fire Training Academy at Goodfellow Air Force Base.
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