MITAGS now offers LIVE remote viewing of Operational Research simulation projects
Last updated on Feb 24, 2023 | Blog
MITAGS now offers Operational Research customers the ability to link in and view live stream feeds of their projects in action. Customers and principals who lack the time or ability to travel can now observe, comment and interact in real time with their colleagues and MITAGS staff on-site Baltimore or Seattle.
Click here or on the image above to see a powerful demonstration of this technology in action.
To learn more, or arrange a personal demonstration, contact:
Captain Jon Kjaerulff
Director of Business Development
Direct: +1 206.801.1245 | Cell: +1 206.255.8398
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“This is a very exciting and challenging time to be in the training business,” says Jon. “So many basic concepts about how, where and to whom we provide instruction and assessment have changed in the last few months. Our customers demand quality programs that can be delivered more effectively and efficiently, which respect their employees’ time but also enhance their knowledge and safety skills. As the world changes around us, I look forward to helping MITAGS navigate these new, uncharted waters while maintaining our position as the Leader in Maritime Training and Simulation.”