Orlando, Florida —
AEgis Technologies is presenting a workshop on leveraging emerging virtual technologies to increase training effectiveness at the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Conference in Bredsten, Denmark, from April 9-12, 2018.
Mrs. Jenna Tuck, AEgis Business Development, will present the workshop and discuss the spectrum of Virtual Learning from PowerPoint to IMI, to Gaming and Immersive Virtual Reality. During the workshop, the audience will be introduced to four commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) products and software that can be leveraged to provide interesting, appealing and attention-grabbing training. The four products to be discussed are: Prezi, ModestTree, BuildBox and HTC Vive.
Learning objectives and critical take-aways include: the importance of leveraging virtual technologies in the production of training; four stages of virtual training content; and four low cost COTS tools to use in virtual training creation.
Jenna Tuck is the Business Development and Sales Manager for The AEgis Technologies Group, Inc. in Orlando, Florida. Her background includes twelve years of experience in the Simulation and Training Industry with experience in a broad range of positions in Research & Development, Engineering, Production Management and Business Development. Mrs. Tuck has held positions as Project Manager, Assistant Design Engineer, Production Manager and Business and Development Manager. She has a BSE from the University of Central Florida and currently serves as Director of Women in Defense in Central Florida and President and Founder of the Young Professional Outreach Network of Florida.
The ADL conference is organized by the Nordic Defence Cooperation (NORDEFCO).
About The AEgis Technologies Group Inc.
AEgis Technologies is a high-tech, privately held small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, that specializes in both modeling and simulation technology and emerging training solutions for military and commercial applications. Our capabilities include: Warfighter Training and Exercise Support; Test and Evaluation; Geospatial-3D Content; Gaming; Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI); Unmanned Air Systems (UAS/UAV/Drone); Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)-Robot Simulators; Custom Training Simulators; Cyber Security-Information Assurance; Directed Energy Sensors; Advanced Technologies; Systems Engineering and Analysis; System Development and Integration; Process Control Automation; Verification, Validation, and Accreditation (VV&A); Test Missiles – MAST-M; Information-Big Data Solutions; and Monarch® Interoperability Solutions.
AEgis has received several awards including: Best Places to Work 2016, Large Business Category, by the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce; Top 20 Best Places to Work 2012 by the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce; and 2012 Small Business of the Year. AEgis’ President & CEO, Steve Hill, was also awarded the 2012 Russell G. Brown Executive Leadership Award for excellence in leadership and entrepreneurship.
AEgis has enjoyed steady growth with revenues increasing to $60+ million in sales and employment of 325+ professionals. For more than 25 years, AEgis has been instrumental in the acceptance of M&S as a profession, as a graduate program of study and in the creation of an M&S standards and professional certification across the international M&S professional community-of-practice. Since its founding in 1989, AEgis is committed to honesty and integrity and has been recognized for its honorable business practices by receiving the Better Business Bureau’s Torch Ethics Award. The company’s highly skilled work force is dedicated to building lasting relationships and providing superior products and services to our customers.
Georgina L. Chapman
Marketing and Communications Manager
AEgis Technologies Group
256-922-0802 ext. 1294