3Dsolve Is Part Of Team Picked For Army Communications Project
Posted September 11, 2006
CARY, N.C. — 3Dsolve
, a developer of 3-D-based simulation training programs, is part of a team selected to participate in a multi-year U.S. Army communications project.
3Dsolve is part of the so-called USfalcon team, one of seven picked to participate in the $19.25 billion project over the next five years.
The Strategic Services Sourcing Initiative from the Army is designed to acquire and field command, control, communication, computer, information, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems.
3Dsolve will provide simulation-based training. Its training program has already met Army Training Support Center validation. USfalcon is a combination of large and small businesses.
"We recruited 3Dsolve to our team for their unquestioned technical skills, their impressive list of customers, and their growing reputation as a leader in the military training industry," said John Black, a USfalcon vice president.