3Dsolve joins America's Army development team to develop authentic military training and simulation scenarios

CARY, N.C., 26 September 2006. 3Dsolve Inc., The Simulation Learning Company, has joined the America's Army development team -- more than a dozen government organizations and private software firms working together to create authentic military training and deployment simulation scenarios.

Sep 26th, 2006

CARY, N.C., 26 September 2006. 3Dsolve Inc., The Simulation Learning Company, has joined the America's Army development team -- more than a dozen government organizations and private software firms working together to create authentic military training and deployment simulation scenarios.

The America's Army team has created one of the five most popular PC action games played online, with almost seven million registered users and more than 2,000 game servers. It was initially built as a recruiting tool and originated in the U.S. Army's Office of Economic Manpower & Analysis.

As the number of organizations that built applications on top of the America's Army platform grew, the Software Engineering Directorate at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., was selected to manage the effort. Today the $13 million platform boasts nearly 30 completed or in-progress projects to date and is managed by 60 full-time government employees and contractors at a variety of sites across the nation.

3Dsolve is the only America's Army team member with U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command-validated, SCORM-compliant, Level 4 Interactive Multimedia Instruction experience, having delivered e-learning solutions to a number of commands within the Army and other branches of the U.S. military.

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