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Cubic made the announcement at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation & Education Conference, the country's largest military-training trade show, which concludes Thursday in Orlando. Amid the military budget cutbacks, the Mission Bay Trainer
Officials from more than 70 countries are also attending the show, many of them leading exhibits on the convention floor, organizers said. We are just now launching our international business in South America, Central America, the Middle East and
Pete Morrison , Co-CEO of BISim said, "We are very excited that our latest virtual training simulation, VBS3, has been integrated with ExpeditionDI. This cutting-edge technology provides a unique opportunity to customers for immersive mission
A Wichita State University instructor is conducting research aimed at making Google's Internet-connected eyeglasses safer for drivers. More News Assistant psychology professor Jibo He runs the school's Human Automation Interaction Lab, which uses an
His adviser, Joseph Samosky, assistant professor of anesthesiology and bioengineering, encouraged me to inject the drug as fast as possible into the patient on the gurney in front of us...Luckily, the patient in this case was only a simulator -- a
Crimped by the ongoing defense-budget crunch, the country's largest military training-simulation trade show may see a pared-back turnout in Orlando next week, though organizers still expect thousands from across the globe to attend the annual event.
Sometimes, too, they are used to study teams in stressful situations to provide lessons in team dynamics...His goal is nothing less than use this tool to help in the transformation towards a safe, humane, ethical, and patient-centered medical culture.
South Concourse, booth #2501) showcasing its industry leading products, including Mantis® real-time image generation software, the Independence® IDX 7000 image generator for visual simulation, and the ExpeditionDI® self-contained, wearable and fully-
Researchers at the University of Florida took MRI and CT scans from former patients, added in some 3D printing, software and artificial skin and created simulators for trainee brain surgeons . The simulators help surgeons coordinate their eyes and
Each day brings a new challenge, and each patient deserves a gentle approach. The photo above is of a simulator specifically developed just for those moments, allowing a clinician to practice approaching a patient and performing rectal procedures.