Arlington, VA (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
The Capitol Hill Modeling and Simulation Expo – the DC area's largest annual exhibition of computer modeling, simulation, and virtual reality, presented by the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) in conjunction with the Congressional Modeling and Simulation Caucus – will take place on Capitol Hill on Thursday, July 10, and will feature exhibitors that are using and developing simulation technology in a wide variety of fields.
The Expo will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Rayburn House Office Building, and will feature remarks by Congressman Randy Forbes (R-VA) and other Caucus representatives. Representatives from the exhibiting organizations will be on hand to explain and demonstrate the technology on display.
Today, simulation is a vital part of most technological activity. Everything we manufacture, plan, research, and predict incorporates modeling and simulation at some stage. In many cases, the current power of modeling and simulation has enabled us to explore realms that were closed to us only a few years ago.
The Expo will feature a wide variety of exhibitors, including:
Cutting-edge hands-on demonstrations will include:
The Capitol Hill Expo is free and open to the media. For questions and further information, please contact John Williams at jwilliams(at)ndia(dot)org or 703 362 7005, or Debbie Langelier at dlangelier(at)ndia(dot)org.
Founded in 1988, National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA), an affiliate subsidiary of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), fosters communication between the training agencies regarding requirements, procurement issues, and policies. Representing companies in the Simulation, Training Services, and Related Support Services Industries, NTSA is a focused, formal organization that represents and promotes its members’ business interests in the marketplace. NTSA is committed to ensuring that all aspects of training systems development and training services requirements are highlighted as independent and important "line items" in the overall planning, programming, budgeting, and acquisition process.