October 12, 2020: Orlando, FL – Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) will demonstrate the U.S. Army’s Tactical Combat Casualty Care Simulation 2020 (TC3Sim 2020) at the Joint Medical Modeling & Simulation Expo, presented virtually by the Defense Health Agency on October 15th. An upgraded suite of training capabilities, TC3Sim 2020 has recently been transitioned to the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) as the latest upgraded version of Tactical Combat Casualty Care Simulation (TC3Sim).
Mick Golson, chief operating officer of ECS, explains: “We are excited to share TC3Sim 2020. TC3Sim was originally conceived more than 16 years ago as part of a research and development platform and continues to play an important role in improving the quality and retention of military medical training. ECS is proud to deliver this upgraded version in support of our warfighters to potentially save more lives of those serving and protecting our country.”
With the goal of promoting dialogue and fostering relationships between government and industry, the expo opens with government speakers’ remarks on October 15th at 9:30 a.m. ET on Microsoft Teams. Industry presentations will begin at 10:30 a.m. Interested parties may register for this free event at https://www.militaryexpos.com/medical/attend/.
ECS is an award-winning global training and technology solutions company, headquartered in Orlando, Florida with operations in Huntsville, Alabama and San Antonio, Texas. An industry innovator with a vast portfolio of training programs, ECS is a trusted provider of training, maintaining, and sustaining military service members and first responders around the world.