Contact: Andrew Tosh
For Immediate Release
Orlando, FL – GameSim, a software company working in the Modeling & Simulation, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and video games industries will be demonstrating their latest projects, as well as the most recent release of Conform, at the GameTech 2013 Conference. GameTech, a defense user’s conference, provides a venue for companies, such as GameSim, to display the latest updates in gaming technology aimed towards defense initiatives. The conference will be taking place at the Caribe Royale Resort from April 17-19 in Orlando, FL.
“We’re excited to be a part of the GameTech conference,” stated President Andrew Tosh. “It will be a great environment to showcase the strides GameSim has made in the past year and get more in depth with what we have been working on.” GameSim is exhibiting for a second year after receiving positive feedback from last year’s demonstrations of Conform, Ruin, and CSX Moves. They will be demonstrating their latest projects for existing customers, including NASA, EA, SAIC, RDECOM/ARL/STTC, and CSX.
Conform, a powerful, easy-to-use GIS program that is able to generate 3D virtual environments from source data in near real-time. It allows users to view, edit, and analyze GIS information via a user-friendly interface. CSX Moves provides an application for CSX employees and customers to better understand freight train operations, and Ruin is able to animate the destruction of models by rendering a physics-based, visually pleasing animation.
For more information regarding recent projects, or for a live demonstration of Conform, the GameSim exhibit will be located at booth 29 of the conference.
GameSim is a software company working in the Video Game, GIS and Modeling & Simulation Industries. GameSim has developed applications for government customers including the US Army, US Air Force, and NASA, in addition to commercial companies including Electronic Arts and CSX. GameSim is an experienced game development studio, having worked on all major game platforms.