This year’s ITEC will be held in Stuttgart, Germany, in Mid May. Antycip Simulation is partnering with Barco, at the show, to promote our two new regional demonstration centres (in the UK and Italy) which were created in partnership with Barco.
Our stand will have a 4m x 2m power wall using two Barco F50 projectors and showcasing a full range of the simulation, visualisation, analysis, modelling, virtual reality and integration solutions that we offer, and can demonstrate in the regional demo centres. We will also have a Barco F70 running a range of real time simulations in 4K resolution.
Additionally our partner and sister company VT MAK, will have a team attending the show to discuss projects with customers, and running a range of demonstrations of VR Engage and other products on the stand. Teams from other partners, such as CM Labs, will also be attending, meaning that a visit to the Antycip Simulation stand will give you the opportunity to discuss your projects with a full team of experts in simulation, visualisation, and related areas.
In addition to being part of ITEC 2018, Antycip Simulation is again sponsoring the important SISO seminar that runs the day before ITEC, on May 14, at the same venue. SISO - The Simulation Interoperability Standards Organisation is dedicated to the promotion of modelling and simulation interoperability and reuse, for the benefit of a broad range of M&S communities.
At the seminar the community comes together to review and discuss progress on the interoperability standards, as part of its annual programme of events which together help make modelling and simulation more efficient and effective for the ultimate end users.
Antycip Simulation has supported SISO and the work it does, for many years. It is also involved at a committee level, as our Chief Scientific Officer, Jean-Louis Igarza, sits on many of the organisation’s panels, and will chair this year’s seminar. This year’s conference will also see a paper presented by Jim Kogler, VP of Products at VT MAK, who will also be on the Antycip Simulation stand during ITEC