ETC’s Director of Business Development for Tactical Flight Training Systems, Kenneth L. Ginader, CAPT USN (Ret), to present at 2014 I/ITSEC in Orlando, FL
SOUTHAMPTON, PA, USA, November 5, 2014 – Environmental Tectonics Corporation (OTC Pink: ETCC) (“ETC” or the “Company”) announces Kenneth L. Ginader, CAPT USN (Ret), Director of Business Development for Tactical Flight Training Systems, is scheduled on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. EST to give a presentation titled “Dynamic Flight Simulation: 45 Years of Research and Development” as part of a series entitled “Best Simulator Technologies Ever” at the NTSA’s I/ITSEC Conference in Orlando, FL.
Designated for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or Continuous Learning Points (CLPs), Captain Ginader’s session will discuss the development of technologies available for the next generation of flight simulation, providing realistic training as it is combined with physical and physiological stressors. Captain Ginader will also cover the results of recent research conducted by ETC’s team of researchers on the effectiveness of “next generation” simulation training. Topics will include advancements in dynamic motion for flight simulators, the distinct differences between transient motion cueing and G on Demand motion advantages, the misnomer that motion cueing provides G forces, and the limitations of transient motion cueing in hexapod motion-based simulator versus the realistic motion required for tactical flight training.
The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) promotes cooperation among the Armed Services, Industry, Academia, and various Government agencies in pursuit of improved training and education programs, identification of common training issues, and development of multiservice programs. Additional information as well as registration for the event can be found at the event’s website.
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