Intific Joins EDGE® Innovation Network

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Intific, Inc., has joined the EDGE Innovation Network, a collaborative network sponsored by General Dynamics C4 Systems that provides subject matter expertise and laboratories for developing and testing technologies. Intific brings expertise in computer simulation and neuroscience software tools to the EDGE.

Intific, Inc., announced today it has joined the EDGE® Innovation Network, a collaborative, open-environment initiative enabling industry and academia, with government input, to work together to enhance the delivery cycle of new technologies and innovative capabilities to warfighters and first responders.

Dr. Amy Kruse, Intific’s Director of Neuroscience, said, “Participation in the EDGE is important to us for the outcomes and contacts it provides. Through the EDGE we will have business collaboration opportunities with both large and small businesses. This will result in greater knowledge of Intific's technology offerings within the high tech community and, most importantly, improved solutions for our customers.”

Pete Palmer, EDGE Innovation Network director, said, “The EDGE provides a new military and government acquisition paradigm by using both physical and virtual environments where EDGE members and users can collaborate and innovate together to deliver gap-filling capabilities in months rather than years.”

Sponsored by General Dynamics C4 Systems, there are eleven EDGE Innovation Centers worldwide and over 250 EDGE members. Recent new members include Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Alexandria, Va.; Kiernan Group Holdings, Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Scottsdale Healthcare Corp, Scottsdale, Ariz. More information can be found online at http://www.edge-innovation.com.

Intific’s core competency is the development and delivery of deeply technical software. Intific’s products typically combine high fidelity emulation software with commodity mobile and desktop computer systems to deliver highly effective, scalable, cost effective solutions for training, man-in-the-loop virtual testing, virtual test beds for system of systems evaluation and design, and neuroscience research and development. Intific is located in Austin, Texas; Alexandria, Va; Hampton, Va; and Peckville, Pa. For more information, visit http://www.intific.com.

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