Heartwood Presenting New 3D Virtual Training Technology and Customer Case Studies at I/ITSEC 2013 Conference

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Heartwood executives will be providing hands-on presentations of new 3D virtual training simulations and customer case studies at world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training conference

Our previous successes at the show are validations of our superior technology and best in class 3D Interactive Training.

Heartwood, a leader in 3D interactive training, will be presenting new virtual maintenance training technology and showcasing customer case studies of work done on behalf of Raytheon and Sikorsky Aerospace at the I/ITSEC 2013 Conference. The I/ITSEC Conference is the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training conference and will be held on December 2nd to 5th at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Heartwood’s 3D technology training simulations guide users through complex tasks by allowing them to manipulate and interact with objects in three dimensions, just as they would in real-life. Heartwood’s 3D interactive training applications can be deployed worldwide across any platform: Web, PC, Mobile, and Tablets.

See an example of a Heartwood simulation and training applications:


“We’re excited to have a strong presence at I/ITSEC 2013,” says Raj Raheja, CEO of Heartwood, “Our previous successes at the show, including customer engagements with Oshkosh Corporation and the US Navy, are validations of our superior technology and best in class 3D Interactive Training.”

If you are attending I/ITSEC 2013 and would like to see a presentation, please visit Heartwood at booth number: 1807.

About Heartwood

Heartwood empowers companies and organizations to accelerate user learning, reduce Operation & Maintenance training costs and decrease expensive live training using 3D interactive training technology and applications.

As a market leader, we support a strong base of customers and partners including Apple, L-3, Oshkosh, Raytheon, Sikorsky and the U.S Navy. Heartwood was founded in Silicon Valley, 2002 with a vision to ‘revolutionize the way information-rich learning content is engaged with, understood, and retained.’

Visit http://www.hwd3d.com to learn more about how we can help your company with its workforce training needs.

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