Tactical Micro, Inc., a Secure Technology Company, announces its recognition by Military Training Technology (MT2) magazine as a Top Simulation & Training Company for 2015. This is the fourth straight year that Tactical Micro has been recognized by the magazine.
Out of hundreds of submissions this year, 113 companies were selected to be on the “Top Simulation & Training Companies” list. Companies featured on the list for 2015 come from all around the world and have made substantial impacts on the military training and simulation industries across a vast range of technologies including distance learning, live training, modeling, geospatial intelligence, image generation, simulators and other training components. The products of these outstanding companies allow U.S. airmen, Marines, sailors, soldiers and Coast Guardsmen to train and rehearse for missions in theater, or to prepare for deployment at their home station.
“Tactical Micro is proud to once again be recognized as a top simulation and training company within the defense industry,” said Robert Korb, president of Tactical Micro Inc. “This award reflects Tactical Micro’s continued dedication to providing the best solutions available in simulation and training to military forces around the globe.”
Supporting live fire ranges is Tactical Micro’s primary solution space. A key partner on the Digital Range Training Systems (DRTS) team, the Army’s major range modernization program, Tactical Micro provides the Player Units (IPUR) and wireless mesh network infrastructure critical to DRTS success. Tactical Micro’s training and surveillance systems allow live audio, video and data capture, transmission and replay in almost any environment and in concert with our users’ needs. By non-obtrusively capturing the sights, sounds, and data during operations and training, reports and AARs are created that address all the mission data and information necessary for success.
A complete list of the “2015 Top Simulation & Training Companies” and Tactical Micro’s listing can be found in the September issue of the Military Training Technology magazine and website.