Military Training Technology Recognizes 3Dsolve, Inc. as One of the Country’s Most Innovative Companies
ORLANDO, FL, 10/08/2007 -- Recognizing its significant contributions to the military training industry, 3Dsolve, Inc. was recently named a 2007 Military Training Technology Top 100 company for the fourth consecutive year. The magazine's annual Top 100 designation is presented to innovative companies that develop distance learning, live training, modeling, gaming, information retention, simulation and other training capabilities and components.
Acquired by Lockheed Martin Corp. [NYSE: LMT] in August 2007, 3Dsolve (now known as 3D Learning Solutions) was selected for recognition by Military Training Technology's editorial board and a panel of independent experts involved in the simulation and training community. The selection was based on criteria which, in part, included total military sales, end-user feedback, innovations and solutions need.
Solutions for America's warfighters require an innovative mindset, said Richard Boyd, director of 3D Learning Solutions. This recognition underscores our experience in gaming, visualization and training and expertise in imaginative solutions that lead to mission success.
Boyd's team creates collaborative simulation learning solutions for government, military and corporate applications and is also a member of the America's Army development team. Some of their products include Operational Views in 3D (OV3D), a collaboration tool for loading architecture data from existing databases, and Dynamic Plant Model in 3D (DPM-3D), an immersive 3D environment built with the Unreal game engine that could lead to Massive Multiplayer Online Training capabilities.
3D Learning Solutions, located in Cary, NC, is a part of Lockheed Martin's Simulation, Training & Support business headquartered in Orlando, FL, with offices in more than 50 locations worldwide.
Headquartered in Bethesda, MD, Lockheed Martin employs about 140,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products, and services.