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I/ITSEC 2012 – Staying connected to our heritage

Mersive introduced Sol software to the simulation market in 2006. Every year since then, we’ve had a presence at the largest simulation, modeling and training conference, I/ITSEC.

Our cofounder Steve Webb is in Orlando this week for the I/ITSEC show, where we are supporting customers and partners who are designing and building amazing display experiences for flight, drive and ship simulation.  One of the highlights will be Mersive’s Sol software powering the Portable Reconfigurable Cockpit & Dome System in Zedasoft’s booth (#1973).

Staying connected to our heritage

The dome display at I/ITSEC is a replica of the dual dome reconfigurable F-16 simulator system used by Lockheed Martin Company (LM Aero) Advanced Development Programs (ADP). The simulator was created by Zedasoft to support the Automatic Collision Avoidance Technology (ACAT) Fighter Risk Reduction Program (FRRP).

I’m really glad that Steve is out there for this show. The military simulation space is Mersive’s heritage, and it’s great to stay connected with the industry.

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