Delivering Innovative Results
April 30, 2013, Houston, TX - ECS is pleased to announce that we were selected as an exhibitor at this year's first annual Center for Offshore Safety (COS) Forum held in Houston, TX. The forum was a two-day event on April 29th and 30th, 2013. Representing the company were Waymon Armstrong and Hayley Corbett, who gave the forum attendees a sneak peek at the Crisis Repsonse Simulation (CRS) developed by ECS. CRS is a web-based simulation that allows corporate leadership and key personnel in an organization to exercise their critical thinking and decision making skills during intense, multi-role, event-driven simulations of crises and disasters.
Here are a few photos from our exhibit at the show
The goal is to test whether a virtual world is a more efficient delivery method than the current practice of using the classified SIPRnet and the unclassified NIPRnet and Internet Public Portal, according to JKO deputy program manager Marty Vozzo. The virtual world would be cloud-based and accessible over the Web.
The Combating Traffic in Persons course was chosen first because it is high-volume: all Department of Defense military and civilian personnel must take the training, which takes about an hour to complete. There were 36,000 course completions last year.
The virtual world test will be conducted in the spring, before final evaluation by the Office of the Secretary of...
From Orlando Business Journal by Bill Orben, Associate Managing Editor
Date: Friday, November 30, 2012, 6:00am EST
Engineering & Computer Simulations Inc. wants to sell training programs to the cruise industry on dealing with disasters like the January sinking of the Costa Concordia off the Italian coast that killed 32 passengers.
September 10, 2012 - Orlando, FL Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) announced delivery of its Interactive Multimedia Instruction for Installation Status Report (ISR) courses to the Army National Guard's Professional Education Center (PEC) in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
August 2, 2012, Orlando, FL - Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) announced today that it received a contract from the Joint Staff J7, Joint & Coalition Warfighting (JCW), Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) to translate the previously developed Cross-Cultural Competence Trainer (3CT) to an HTML5-based hybrid application that can be accessed through the Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) application. As a result, Joint Warfighters globally will gain cross-platform accessibility.
During the process, ECS will serve as the Mobile Lead Supplier and will work closely with JKO and other vendors of the JKO contract team to convert the existing 3CT course available on JKO into a mobile format. 3CT is a non-theater specific culture training course comprised of a military track and a civilian track including mission specific lessons such as humanitarian assistance/disaster relief and provincial reconstruction teams (PRTs). The 3CT Mobile course is a companion to the...